The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1909
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
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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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::: Durability : HUD'TASTE\ l/ Is a RESIGN I I I Through County Action Commissioners.' f St. Johns Will Ceremonial be Laid by Grand with Brilliant Lodge the Court Enthusiaam.House Rally With

ofDisordered A' a meeting! 01 IIe board of county of Masons. When It Is considered that no definite
cntnmfssloncrt of M, Johns county at St. arrangements wete made between those
t' I Augustine Oil Tuesday, the Joillt 'plan; for The bonnl of county comml.slollel' In charge of the present campaign for The only Baking Powder
t'i Liver the dmlnnge of cerlula IlInd In SI. Johns by resolution has very approprllliely education In 'Iorlda and the local school a; r p made from Royal Gra' e
i and 1 Putnam county between lIastings delegated he laying of the corner stone board and that the latter had no advance
i and and the !St.: Johns river-the preliminary of the new Putnam county court house knowledge} concerning who were to be ? Cream of Tartar

plans for which bad been carefully 10 the Grand Lodge, Jo'. &. A. M. of tine Speakers of Ihe evening, Ihe people j'v' f
I drawn by a board of viewers represellt. florlda. of Polalka have no cause 10 be ashnmed l

both counties, was .turned down. All local arrangements (or the cero. of their reception of tho dlstln"ulbhed j's t"RP :
I, will, therefore, bo no lOony were also very IIpl"ol.rllll..ly educators who were the speakers st the 1
I and the entire cost of the Ire joint placed In the hands of Ihl I'alalkll Masonic court house meeting lust Friday nlgbl.
I plans, w hick have heen heavy, will lodge, It tO arrange With\ Contrnc.lor If there arc any regrets duo 01 all, they
Style : upon those who petitioned for the Smith os to the dlile. should apply solely 10 the place of meelIng. ht
>rovcment.'hal were the reasons The contractor and the alntka lodge The old court room I. nn uulll
aclloo Ihe SI. Johns have agreed upon Thursday, December place, for such a gathering or for o"ya..mbly
J art,I is not tta ed 2d. as the day for the cer..mony. of ladies and trentlemen.
are, I ,' '" of the action of the St. Johns 11 Is Proposed ; the local lodge 10 The meeting was magnificent, both
)' board, there was nothing for the make Ibis event tiy of 'a Ma.sonic from the standpoint of those who spoke
In the same commissioners of Putnam County celebration' aS0"10" such RS and those who henl'd. The room was
; but place tbe reports nod maps of has never before been held Putnam crowded. Baking Powder :
viewers on file. and refer the matter I'ollnly. InvllalioM 10 ptuticipatu will The speakers, who came h. 011 the vtp it
garment have county attorney with instructions be extended 10 all the lodges In this late Iraln from the south were mel 01 a '
) he take action under the bond of MI.olllc District and Pulnlka Lodge( will the depot by a eQmmlllee of citirensconslsfiug '
of F. H \VilsonV.. G. 'fll.ghmaa. Absolute
: orlllnal petitioners 10 collect from entertain all ,' III a ban.quet 'x
madeKirschbaum the amount spent by the after the ccrelmoniC"Iri'n lion. S. J. Hilburn Prof. G. A.
You will eel ,' the preliminary wOl'k county C. of Palnlkll lodge I Stephens, Superintendent L. K. Tucker,

Immedialely and! ,' Plllnam County vlewer were hits, T'vpaTtrr Grand blaster Mayor H. A. Davla. Mr H. O. llama, .. $ .
; C Norton. Hnudnll'ells and D. lion of Orlando IIC.cepllng ani I\lr. J. N. Blackwell and the visitors
The report presented by the In'lIl1l1o" 'to lay the cornerstone were brought down town In a string of

Norton; was a comprehensive doclI' In person and desgnating'thun! oulomoblles. s

accompanied by maps, showing the day Dec. 2d. 1909, o. the d.lo on w hlch The meeting was presided over by ._ 5 r
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IronE 10 be ben..flted. Chts report and the Grand Lodge of Florida will hold II Mr. J. N. lnckwell, chafr+nan of the -- -- ----- -- I \

: and th. IU.auha seal. li'S(,. will h. held forma future acllon.all' special commuulcalloo In 1'1111111.11 for county school board. FULL"SATURDAY BIG CAMP HUNT '
a CO., on end Ih. ode, In of I ( will feel a disappointment at the this purpose. I The speakers. were Benjamin Sums of I"PAID IN
":of this joust countyy' plan! of drain- Gov. : oho is the I the Tlmes Union. State Superlnlendent1I01l0way I
Schloss FOR SALE BV ALL began 01 the Instance of the Ilatt. Deputy : w ho n. such Capl. Geo. l\1. Lynch and NIGHT ON OCKUWAHA
-- I Board of Trade and under the legal will have 0" Imporlnlll part in the c..re.monlnl President Lincoln I hilley or the. John B. A"
-- -- will 01.0 without doubt b. Stetson Unl\'erslty.i
of the for 1rtes
attorney that body I. treat In store for Palalkll Large Party Being Delightfully
Me8s. Same There
thou After short addresses by a _
10 the thou hehas
Eo Noble' Calhoun of this present
Clothingthe Anlt..IlOIl. Concise loved Short I the plans, so carefully prepared ells very not urltenllnvllallon.signifed '" acceptance' of the and and Holloway delivered, Dr.on Halley eloquent was nod introduced forceful .. theater EUleneValll'r's goers tomorrow now famous night, when play, Entertained H. S. by Cummings.Mr. and Mr.

accepted by SI. Johns PUI-
Edwin tonne Will County\ But his excellency will be here-'ou address which war to with "Paid In Full" will be presented by
COllllly would have folloWI'1 suit, uilei"id and Kemper's magnificent Mr and Mr. II. S. Cummlngs'of Rod'
Angellaa IsM ra. the work of can nil make sure of that wmpl temlon Dr. || not only \Vagcnhale
would have
recognized The News. hopes 10 give further par. Florlda's greatest educator, bill he Is omIlny."aid. man. 'Ia.. ore this week entertaining;
Oil Oculars of the without doubt the slate's mo.l effective There Is to bo but ono performance 10Palalkll quite n party of friends ot "Camp Cammings -
; leadersAtneric of \(' were 110 objections 10 the drllll-: week comllll ceremony next omlor. It was his first appearance before and Ihlll Saturday night.Ashton ." On the banks of the Oeklawaha
01 allY of those whose ] I'll the New York river s
would,rnl'l, II Palalka audience, and the rope Stephens,
: been beneficed, and has been repellledly expressed since his Journal had tIde to say on its first pro' The site upon which their tents lire
A Fire would hate paid the bills. and the Reward Money Paid. visit, that the occasion will arise soon to ducllon: stretched Is one well chosen for Its con- r
proposed would have drained '> the newest Aml'rl-I
bring him bnek.Prof. In Full 'enlence and beauty of scenery. Overlooking ,
They design than nooo acres of the richest The $500 reward offered by Ihe state Lynch Is also a speaker of obi Illy. can play by the newest American dmmo- the calm and placid waters of

MI1Y l 1,1', '\' '" lands III the 11:111' for the arrest and conviction of I he murderers ; Ills address was In behalf of the country? I tint, Eugene Walter held an audience_ the river stand the six tents and dining. y

tile, original. of Sleclnl Agent V. C; Sellers nl schools, and from a report In the Times. breathless during many moments of 118 pa\'llIlon. with a beautiful clear spring of
insul.j it1g your James' Methodist Church.; IIIgh Springs. bas finally been paid to Union we gather the following points production DI lha Astor Theater last water near by. Everything hoe< been
11. IHITII.I. l'AH1'OR. L. B. Bryan and Charles Pinkoson also from his address: night. "I,1" the host and his charming wife i
Try one on you in Ollt (Itt out ,, special agents of the A. C. I.. R'y. "Th" rural schogl is Ihe strategic point "Jt la D stralithl.golng pIny. The only for of their guests and only ,
SlIlIdny I. Mission Sunday In the The delay In payment wn caused by In our educational syslem. It 1M by fur Ihrlll18 humor, and most of this wel- those who have been fortunate enough -
can't help but Reliable "iund., .)' school and the contrlhullon will the claim of a party from Lakelnnd, who the most important of all our educational come quality springs naturally from the 10 have partaken of their gracious bos.pllallty ?,
go 10 Conference ;\" "-L"lu make insisted that he was responsible for the units, and Involves responsibilities which structure of the ploy and the disposition before, con nppreclllio fully what h
note> the 11 the Lost 1 of the year.At arrest and conviction of Kelly and dellland the highest talent which the of the choraclers. this mcan.
Compnnit' the morning hour of \\ol'
differenceit'sthere Slipper will bu eclebrnled.1 At Ihe lime appointed by the slate for Today we fllld hundreds of these representative 01 contemporary I In camp two days. the sport has been
the evening hour the pastor will a hearing of the claims, the Lakeland schools In charge of boy and girls without dralllo and American acting and It Is,: great, and' up 10 this writing there has
get for you some interesting lessons claimant oiled 10 put In an appearance even a grammar school educollon. 1 my opinion that !\InnaersVagenbals( been killed 7J squirrels, U quail 80'Oa-
r and( the from Bible characters The schedule Is: and the award was made as above The wish 10 say that the teacher of the coun- and K.-mper will be paid In full." sum. 3 ducks and 3 deer. !\f r. 11. S.

N H. fim Tucker I & aroIenl '1:15: a. m.-Sllndny school. money has been paid and will be dl. try school should have as broad culture Cummings killed One deer, on Monday
price is y r 1100: m.-Reeelllion, of members, sided ellulllly between Bryan and PInko as thorough training and be 01 well Woman' Club Notes.A and Mr. Oscar Jack.on of Rodmlln, 1>la.,
baptlsm SO" equipped in all particulars liS the best killed one oil 'tuesdny. Several In the
3:00: p. m-Jullior I.englle. Kelly and Davidson< are still In the teachers in the grades of the best city regular meeting of the 'Vomnn's party have enjoyed flshlnlllo the river
cheaper.We :. Estate anllIusui'ance 6:30: p. m."enlor Lengue. Putnam county jail awaiting the result high school I-Iorlda. These schools Club was held 011 October 291h. In Ihe and quite n number of fish have been f"caught.

i 7:30: I'. nl.-E'nllgelistic service. of an appeal 10 the Supreme COllrl for a where only one teacher Is employed club rooms, with tw'nly members presSent. .
:' You will be wclcol1\e. new Irlal. They each received life Bentenccs should nol be permitted 10 haven course The afternoon was spent prIncipal.Iy 'I he hunters are all very enthusiastic
from Judge Wills 01 the spring of study beyond the eighth "rude. The In discussing the coming convention over their success, and are looking forward .
,{ Opp, Court House, fOR S.\U'-Two': good building lots term of the Circuit COllrl. Sheriff Ken. superintendent who repulres or permits \\'omen's clubs. to even greater sport during Ibo
near new \\nlerwork. Sell chen(). .Apply nerly has 10 keep a constant watch on the teacher of a one'leacher school 10 1\Irs. Ram.our reported thou the CIVIC remlllninar days of the hunt.
J sell theonly '[lwlle 138, to \\'Illdisch.. ll 5 tflfWouF..l these men, for they arc desperate and leach subjects beyond the eighth! grade. committee had met with the I'olalka The following are Ihe names of Iho
-- do further murder needs anew birth' n succe.sor.1 ." Street committee and had been assured of Mr and
; ( ; arR'r dinner? wOllld not hesitate 10 or guests Mrs. Cummings: Mr
f patent I'alttka, Flol'idn. coated' ? HIIt'r hnnvv, taste? CotuplPxlenssllow In order to effect IIn escape. lie feels .\1 the cOllclu loll of the oddness, 0 that Lemon and other Streets would and Mrs. D. T Gerow Mr. and !Mrs 'V.I E,
ToltllI '? Liedr upcdA waking his responsibility greatly and will not rest School Betterment League was orgnnieedto be cleaned and put In good condition 01 I E.!: Gerow and their daughter bliss LII.lion. '
bilious easy u"lIIlhe order comes for their deliverance work III conJnnclion with the county once and Miss 1.lnll Goodell". all of
leatherguaranteed up. fIolln'o Hplul"'A I'urcs 10 the stale penlhmllary school board for the building< of 0 new Mrs. Hnulhton reported that 11\Ir. 'Vnl- Jacksonville Fla., who are here In their
,"tnekA. :Jr.e lit any drug" high school in Palatlra. !\Irs. J. I 11. IlaughIon Ion hud made very satisfactory rates for private launch, Beth;;' Rev.-and !Mrs.. 0

-- -. -- --- .---- .- -- ----.. _._- -.. - -- was chosen president. and Miss Belle conveying delegates 10 and from the \V. C. Foster of ]Palatlra Rev. and Mr.
\\'elch, secretary: station.Mrs. J. B. 110lley af Louisville GII. Rov. S
Shoe inputnam Gay rend! n letter front SUII. Rid. \Vm. Stones of Tuusvllle 1-10., Mr and
dell A. C. L. R'y saying that he 1\Irl. W.
oe n. Bolin Neeses S. C., IIIr.
Co.-- QUASHED would bo glad 10 have the club beantif9. Starling. Welaka Fit.(, Mr. and IIIrs. Os.
the grounds around the station and offerhrg car Jackson< and children Mr. and Mrs.
Judge J. T. Wills heard argument on the assistance: of the railwny em.'Noyes. ))0;. \I. Cummings, Me..n. J. J. PillS, L. f

the of Tbos H. Keating for A committee consisting of Mrs.DuPont L. SherrouseV.. A. Goethe, Musters. '
'location and 1\Irs. Ilolll1es was appointed Willie Marion and Henry Steen Goethe,
Ralston a directllllf the board of coun.Iy .I
attend Ihl.
10 10 nil of Rodman, 1'10.
Announcement commissIoners to call the wet or dry A motion was made and carried that n 'iVo will send you another report af s

eloctlon, Dt Slnrke on Monday, al con committee b. appointed to decorate the our success RI the close of the hunl.IUIPORT1Ut.. -
; : cluolon of which hoanncdecision. that 1)0 Armory for the Federation meetings and : ; i
Korrect.Shape 10 Inlervlew our merchants In regard to r'i
would to a litter day.
reserve A committee
the '
decorating "Iores. on
County Commissioner. '
The decision carao to>|,. J. N." Black finances, Misses Roxburllh and \\'elch.wn. ;

I I '' well this morning.; it said l: appointed.Mrs. I. The News has space to speak but I

Extraordinary !! !! '. "In Keeling. county commissioners was unanimously briefly of the doings of the board &If
elected delegate for I'ulnka.: county comn>lssloners. ,
motion 10 quash alternative writ gmnled ti .. mad" Ihlll Re,'. The report of the SI. Johns.Putnnht
and writ quashed" "'m. lecture In the club drainage viewers was presented" hy W.
They've got the rooms nl-l p. m. C. Norton and this w ills maps was" ordered .
; e m"l.
POMONA NEWS.Mrs. :HH REPORTElt.I The county attorney w"
style. ., I instructed to collect amount spent by
'Vuldron and \I...... Erwin arrived ITEMS. county In this work from the l pelluoners,
;. Sunday from a long and pleasant sum.mer INTERLACHEN who gave bond. s

7 FULL : spent. in New. fork stater CUI'I. and ;\II'S. (i. \V. Anderson hnve Mrs. Helen'of \\0011 was, given II pauper: r
pension $12.00
PAID bliss Susie. Fislt! spent Saturday and per mOnlh-J per v
Stetson"The .7 m returned from II pleasant visit In Jack.sonvllle month each for herself
fI\'e chil '
: Sunday la Pnlalko as the guest of her and DeLand.G. 1j
; sister, Miss Margaret.Vhilu there ale dren.A
attended a delighlflll H"lIowe'oa party 1)f. Furgeson wife. and daughter of warrant for 8.000 was ordered ;,
Charleston S. C.. were hero a short drown In favor of Iho Converse Bridge
with Mrs. C. A. Knowlton hns been 10 De.
Hat times Mr. looking Company on account.
Furll'son was over
Land for visit with her I\Ir.
n parents
.. real esllllo bargains. Sheriff Kennerly served a writ of Snishment
Walters. .oml' gas
By Eugene :. and Mr. \ J. Keown. against Ihe board for the '
a sum
Reputation. 11. C. Tucker who has been In Newark s
Rev. E. P. Butler Miss Edith and IIIr. of 5.54,45. amount due G. Loper 1I0lley i
and JII"" romerov of Crescent City, N. J.. for some Iliac, has returned &. Co. from !\I. J. Iteldy, county archltecl. ,i
---- his Lnke Grandin.
10 bungalo
-- --- ---- --- were calling OB friend here Monday Oil .

afternoon M. S. Fenlon made a little vl.1I 10 ret- A. lease of county -, I
Men's The original Astor Theater production \\11I Dunt from New York city I. ex- IIlIves In Jacksonville. plre Dec. ht, the board dVIM ltd.verllse h
.; peeled this week to spend the winter for bids the *&$News and
I. his Mrs.V.. L. Powell is visiting relatives '&.
with his brother, aA cuolom. jacksonville. ..Unlon for 30 days,
Mr. and Mrs.. R. "'. "Parrott \\ho' In Savannah Go. 1\Irs. Powell holes to bids 10 be opened DI.'c. 9th.
FurnishingGoods will be at :. have bel'n'ery ilL with malarial fever bring with her, on return, her sister The board requested County Engineer
;Miss !\Ic-Oell: well.known here
: for a number of days. are r'Friends 10 be I Enaey to Inspect the )Dancy road ma-
Improving at lists wrlllnl have !\Ir. and !\Irs. Edwlll Brewer 'of San tonal and.
kindly cored for them and taken care afth .Antonio are the guests of IIIrs. By resolution asked the Grand lodge h ; u
e Miss Parrtt. of ::0.1. Luke'a hospital> the ceremony of laying the corner stone if
Jacksonville arrived ;Monday and wlli The Hallowe'on party given by Mrs. of the new court house, n
.7 for them unlll con'aleseent. E. A. Brush for this young people was The board ..
core ordered the
Complete. : The HOWEll THEATER Airs. Geo. r "k. Mrs. M. Ames and unite rated a In.Ilcce.a unique The manner house and was suitable doco.to of six mules and harness for road work. !

l lIorheri Fisk bllve gone 10 their new the occasion while the features of env
Mr. FI.k amid Miss
home nt DcI.and lertainment planned by Miss Hess Lyon KEUKA ITEMS. '
Susie will remnh here until thin orange .
! also fit the were most heartily enjoyed.
season over.
I A force of packers from Orlando A party for the younger "fry" won It passed and In spite of ,
orange foiling
Little 00 Sunday the usual tricks
Men as afternoon for W. II. given by Master Ed Gillell-eomowhal were "
arrived Monday In evidence. Several ghostly "
Cook and work at his packing house us a consolation pDrly-but none time lelll white looking
objects were seen moving t
\vell--and-- 6. does also atV.. was It a good lime. I mysterlously
. Night Nova begins this week, as It over town headed by Q huge roil
, Saturday 55 S. 1\lIddlelon Born to !\Ir. and I\Irs. n \V. Brown of jack-o.lantern. but who where. and 1

"IF Teams are 5ml1 busy llniiP gravel Atlanta Ga., II son, Saturday Oct. 301h.I wball-we know not ,
IT COMES FROM FEARWRANTEED for the road, a Mr. Brown Is well.known here. having Mrs. Juno Rothhllmmer
.; much needed the I stunt years of his boyhood here while I" here of Oklolmoma
. SIDE'S IT'S new road .: lie.slr..l. his father was pastor of the Congregationnl visiting her husband's. people,
: Mr and !\frs.
Orange churcb. JOR. ROlhhnmmer. ,,y
. York Months in Chicago :; badly for rait A jolly party of six
in New 7 \V. C. T. U. meeting at the M. E. young people weal
. 2 Years Tbe V I. A. Ladlea are making pr- church Wednesday and V. I. S. ot 10 Edgur from here eights and
Production for a chicken supper, 10 be the B..II on Thursday had the usual at- Ihe day Inking In h o/ the kaolin
' Important Theatrical rarnllon.the hall November 191h, and tendance.A mine. All, returned with souvenirs sad
, Fearnside Most they will be pleased 10 see their friends. Interesting accounts of their oxperlebo"Ve .

; from other 10wllO.U"nrncIIII l'ldho'l..t. IUhalator are to
visiting Palatka. Uecom- sorry state that Mrs. JMlllcb,1t -
I ever C.unltlt lie Cared moods Chaml>"rafn'. Colic Is very III. Dr. Jones of Inter-

, ... by heal appltoattona. et they"nno'need the Cholera and Hlar..hoeaRen".ly. Illchen Is attending the case and we all
011..,,'.<1 part'tau' or the Oar. Then I" only one hope she may soon Improve and entirely
deh n.e end that is b7 Onuxtltunnl I ?
m cur
wnv recover.
Clothing rumolln,. pnarueeu le e.ueby: en to.nsmnrondlnu : "I h..e us.d. Cbanibert"lo'
i or ch.BII.'nol1l" Colic,
Mr and y'
; rWhn Mnl. n. I. Drew '
t 'l'lIb.. hrbn lslnaamedr1. Cholera and Dlarrhoe Remedy for spent s. cou.
ia Sieve a rimti ore s..eral for diarrhoea. I plo of days 111 1'111Ihla. 'tick. s" .
I : : :lo :: years coo.
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.,.t and suit. q sa rn. .
75c to $1.50 slier It the best remedy I have ...1'u..11 A hare rattlesnake s
Now ... I. tot ....n It. and unions 'hoI maamma.ton was killed a 11111"
Seats ( ernbefokm out endtn lobormrn.1'" for that trauble. I bought a north of town last weok. It hud 't
Secure norm".o". b"or'nll will be dostm.'A hottle of It a few days thirteen'
Ise ago frets rattles
our and a
CO. ..... button.Vonder If
) forever, nine e_'. oat or ten are .n. oream.rrh druggist Mr. R. R. Brooks. I snakes
shorn 10 al1 Iba", I Io..IlLlo" shall are .uP.rstitloUII now about Dumber thin- .
. $2.00. .. 0' tl 0 m'I."O."rmbal ev.r b. glad tn speak a word In Ita"PHI.e tee" 4
" r Box ; \\0 wit' Rln. ,,,,., 11",11'8.1 'n5eli ',lIn.. tar say u'.h..o I hay. the opportllnlt3"" ;1ubon's

1 e etSoofb aol : >;::rDb.1i'i; :'. ..t by:..:::( )':tlena oen fur R&v. J,Mlles D KNAPP, Pastor 1\1. E. tblnk aip lea rants" b., '}Y
Lemon and Third, aiuteref1.r church, Grove. Pa. cured. 'rbuunda ntobstlnetsoasea

"UISEV.O.'oO. For .al. by .lIumaD-St.wart Drell. \!; tan.. been oared "9Io"Q'.. illNo
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THE PALATKA NEWS A Jacksonville Metropolis cartoon HCAI/TH 1--
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represents Senator Tollpferro as the means the ability to do a Rood day's

and Advertiser. Sphinx, which may mean that be's been work, without undue fatigue Dud to
find life worth living You cannot ELDER HENRY CUNNINCHAM J
: Entered at the Palatka poatofflce anmilable a long time dead-politically. have Indigestion or constipation I w11 A. lerryday Go.

matter of the second class. Fifteen cent' -CO\l-; ; looks; good even polluting without Its the upsetting blood> Such the liver n. condition and- Recommends

to the farmer who hasn't for It will be
any- may boat And quIckcHt relleved !!
Published at Pulatka. Florida, on Dealer,, in
Induce him Hoi'blue the bunt llvur Ii
Fridays by to plant next spring tii orderto by rcirulntor Vinal
t that the world linn over II nown. e
be In on the "ground floor" when '
4 RUSEL.L&V1CKERS. Hold by Aekornu.n.8t."wal't Drug
the staple quits soaring. Co., and J. I-I. llaiisthtoii. I Crate 'Materialof
W., A. RUSSELL Editor For Weak, lUm-Down People. I
/: >>::1iI :maIiI: : The Way Out
._ 1it\
u I was run down and weak from
Mr Halle' In liN book "Noted From nPitlntcr's n
The will of the Into C. O Lhlngsto! What State Editors | ( Life" tells an umuxUig story '" 1 Indigestion general debility also all Kiiids.Fruit .

of Jacltson\, leaves $200,000 in trus Ii'J of I tlio celt'lira tvtl caricaturist Carlo \ '\ ; suffered from vertigo. I saw a cod

to the trustees of tho Snider Memorial Saying. I'ellcgtlnl." ( liver preparation called VInol adver-

Methodist Episcopal church of that city Used and decided to It trial, and
IiImIiI liI m m mMmm: lie borrowed< iG: flow the author. give a .
for the purpose of creating v hat will be "When be Una< got It and put It In "" '' and the results, were most gratifying.
Man and
known as the Livingston Mission Fund. B. a Help- his pocket ha until hose memorable After taking two bottles I regained my strength and am

Are you doing you part In (tho work of words In his broken English: 'dalle, now feeling unusually well." HENRY CUNNINGHAM, Vegetable"Wraps.
Palntka Is going to enjoy the rare upbuilding? Aro you In full fellowship Elder Baptist Church Klnston N.C. I .
fellow if 1 ,
with the spirit of enterprise nnd pro my toktills lIS as a loan ,
pleasure and honor of entertaining the
gress? Do you belong to the class of every time I see you 1 say: "Dere dot 'Vinol contains
the medicinal
two world-famed tonics-the
I'lorida Federation Women's Club most ,
men who look with bright hope to the tiresome nolle 1 owe him lIS." And

this month, when some of the brainiest, future and are straining every faculty lo you say: "Dere dot tiresome Pelican. strengthening, body-building elements of. Cod; Liver Oil and Tonic .

handsomest and best dressed of bring about better conditions? If not, lie lIS." *:
women the hindrance owe me It make unpleasant Iron. Vinol contains no oil, and is by far the Best StrengtheningTonic
are a drag to community, a
you I between So I -
the state will meet to discuss mailers of us. take dls as gift.
to peace, comfort nnd prosperity obtainable. We return your money without question
special interest to women. and n menace to your fellow man. Break Palatka Florida.
tho bonds which bind you and take A TINY BAUV if Vinol does not accomplish all we claim for it. I i :

The wet or dry election which vat your place In Iho ranks of the faithful cnn't tell yon In words what the qI ,
called In Dado county for Saturday the and true. Lend you assistance to every (trouble i Is, but If Its complexion gets Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co., PaJatka.

6th inst, has been called off upon the good cause, sink you own little mean instv. If It gets weaker and weaker, -I
selfishness that the masses may profit loses. flesh and Is cross und peevish
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representation of six citizens of the Be a man In every sense, a help and not you can bn certain that It has woi'ins. ,I __ __ -- -. I,

county, who frightened the commls. a hindrance, a blessing nnd not a curse. Give It White's Cream V"rmlfnpe.puarant.eerl n s--- -=+ -. .+-.--;;-->:...
sloners into a belief that the electIon Work for your own town and thereby ; harmless. Expels the The Lady Who Danced tha Minuet. \\1 """, -.- i
would not be. legal. The impression work for your own profit.-Madison En worms and puts the baby In a heal The minuet wns ever I the aristocrat Hair Puffs 95C. 'lt; : III! -== ::E1.L tc.ara.: : : ::Eh.a.rrc..ac: : :: ;;;: '\ '
terprise-Recorder. thy, normal condition. Triinsroinmtloiifl, Af uHtiiHuhuH, nt ",",'r" 1tl 1\
: prevails, however, that the teal reason This remedy Is for sale by Ackpr- of dances. Before the lady of the Himotsil' ugly modi'in to tttiniH, (Tombing PALATKA FLORIDA. !I III

was because of fear on the part of the On. C.ts Used to It-. man-Stewart Drug Co., and J. It. eighteenth century Hei-tod to step the in nil o ttp J.ilck Bwr\Uu' Htuuipi taken. //II Drugs, Chemicals Druggist Sundries anu.1(

whisky element that the election would This paper has n letter In Its possess H augis ton. dainty nipiisme abs laid nmny points III Patents. |.

go against them. The dry forces hav ion from Air M 10,. Gillette, manager of to master, for (to dame the minuet was ACME HAIR COMPANY. III PRESORIPTIONS OARSFULLY
the Florida fruit Exchange In whichhe COMPOUNDED, < taken the matter to the court. Traps In Frsnoh. to court criticism. Uho plunge taken, Bnvnnimll. (III.
thnt the of Florida l rBESB OABDE SEED Allenta Mallory .
says newspapers J SI.ahIP
A frequent trap In Trench for the, she vote a Puppet! on her shoulder to .=- LlbO IIILI
(no exceptions made) have been pur ------- -: .

The Thomas H. Keating who filed on chased by the commission men to such I unwary Is the difference of meaning tell the company! situ proposed to waIte Hue Grnmirrr tor irioccrics Beat in -- --"- -- --- -.-,.

affidavit with Judge James. Wills 01 an extent tint It Is Impossible for the In similar phrases. For example, or mar her ballroom reputation. In the city Prices alwava reimnnable.q U.t.OPaR
fruit to a word in their own Another of In the BAIIBY, J. WAITSBIIIILUMII 1
Starke on Monday that he "Is' a registered growers get fnlro feu" means to fire a gun, while point olhinetto Iny .
behalf cdgew isc. What do the new s- gloves. A soiled pair wns good enough President. BOOT and
and of Putnam, Trwn
voter lox payer fnlre du feu' means to light n fire; ;
papers oC the slate think of that? So far for lbs dunce but absolutely 2
country an
county" is the same Thos II. Keating, as we know there Is not a newspaper In "tombi'rpnr terte" conveys the idea n The Gs Loper
new pull' bud"to niloni t Ill(' fair Bailey Co
who was shown (in the affidixlt of RE. Florida carrying an advertisement from
of fulling, to the ground from one'sown '
; bands which graced tIm minuet, Andso l Let us know I
single commission house in the country yourGrocery p.
1.1.VBLE parties) by the attorneys of the a height. whereas "tombe"? a terre"means the lady of the olgLli-entli century Fire Insurance
and if they were the average newspaper 1 r, ;
board of Putnam county commissioners, is not generally bought "body nnd to fall from any lgllt-ln on dancing bent self out with Iwo )

'lo he a registered voter nnd citizen of breeches" by a $Z or $3 advertisement.Ocnla .- other words, to tumble down and to pairs In her satchel.-London Cliioul I :\:;
Volusla county Mr. Keating is not now Banner tumble off. la the same way "traitor cle. Leading American and Foreign

and has not been for more thin a year de fat" menus to call a man a fop K)
of Good Advice From an Editor nod "trailer en rol" to treat him like Companies
1.II'a.I, a resident Putnam county,
and yet he not only signed the petition Editor \\alpole waxes hot because of a kinTbe/ English word "bore" ONE CERTAINTY. \ Wants Pj P Accident Insurance
may be expressed In two ways-"un :
for election In tills A letter, alleged lo have been written by
'N dry
a or count
: Mr. Gillette of the Florida Citrus Exchange rnsenr" elves the Idea of an active Some Pnlivtka
People Fully The
;. .... as such, but made affidavit( that effect and now in she possession of bore and "um> bnsslnoire" of a passive ICcnll/o It > :j and we will bo pleased to nT Travelers", of Hartford

And yet there are those ho Insist that Editor harris of the Ocala Banner bore.-London Sntunlny Ilr-vlow : ow. furnish you with the beet r:!

t there is nothing demoralising in a life of'' Never mind if he did reflect upon the -- When the back aches from kklncy *: goods obtainable at n:! Life Insurance:
devotion to the "boo/e" business. stale press.. Do not kick the Exchange ills. enrpns"i : I EASY AND SAFE TO USE
It is young, and may make mistakes just When urInary troubles annoy you. ingly low prices. ni The Old Reliable "
like the buyers and commission men Tlu-re's a certain to fInd relief ; (Jennania
None but First-class
John C. Trite, editor of Tlorldj, the goods uj
h no done. If the organization succeedsIt A sure WHY to b. cured.
new paper at Tallahassee, Is a modes will help all classes, Including the DOIIIV'S Kidney Pills will do It. find shelf room here.Ve [uj Life" of New York

cuss for one trained in professions requiring newspapers. Just now, It has difficulties I'lilntka. people pndoise this claim. want to uonvinceyouof this uj 9LLS LICE
such boldness ns that of journal. without the opposition of the press. S. IZ L. Moore, Ulver ht, I'alntkn u u .
Newspapers( ( can stand abuse and misrepresentation Flit.,., says : "I used Dona's., Kidney so come !and gee for yourself, ui Marine Insurance:
ism and the ministry of the Baptis .
from men who arc earnestly Pills nud nun thiit proved '
church-for John Is a Baptist preacher fighting to better conditions among very beneficial.nay My kidneys they tioiihlcclma ,: or, phone your order m to uT 1H ALL:. LIVE STOCK. The Leadimg Conijmnies"

In the first Issue of his piper Mr Trice the orange! growers. We arc not mid for years mid I was forced to No. 81 and it will receive uT )
one bit Dcbolo County News. arise from six to olfrht times I r.sINf'ECTS.
evel'yitight :
came out as an opponent of stilt wide prompt and careful attoMT u All Claims
on account of too frequent Promptly
prohibition which caused t
opposition I :
Hardly, it Would Injure Litigation passages of the kidney secretions. tion. u
,. the True Democrat of the some place t 10 Stops LamenessMuch My buck was weak nnd lum and It -I PURIFIES.It Settled.
An eminent 1 lawyer once said it was .
J Ii'o
1 charge that he, had lined up with the unconstitutional to borrow lo ; wills difficult for me to arise fiom a dolivory
liquor inteicsls In reply to the True pay school warrants, but it Is being money done of the chronic lameness elm, In fact I often had lo gras' 1 has so many uses thit It !I. Office 116 Front St. Palalko, Florida.'

Democrat's charge, Editor.prvachc I all over the stale. Should we not havea in horses is due to neglect. something for suppott. I doctored' L. t necessity on every firm. -- --
Trice constitution to the moaning of which Sue that your horse is not allowed for years and! used a number! ofl'emelI..s C. Stephens
says: but without relief ,
at least two lawyers could agree?- to lame. Keep Sloan's finding; CURES MANGE "\
go SCAB. 2VHITB'SCream
"The Son of God was charged with! Brooksv'lllc Argus. unfit I procured Doan'K Kidney )
t being in collusion with the 'wlslsky Liniment on hand and apply at Pills nt, J. H. Hau .'liton's: ding" stole Grocer, P RINGWORM. SCRATCH:

men,' during his lime I am no belle the first sign of stiffness It's :Shiest using then I do not have to r r) Vermifuge

than He, therefore, 1 hove no reason to What a SUllie.tion-- wondei fully penetrating goes pass the kidney secretions at night ;1: KIrby ana Morris Streets {p. Dastroys All Disease Germs
expect an>'tiling bitter at the hands of Duval county has voted one million right to tile spot-relieves the and my back gIves me much less s I-i) -

the arrogant fanatics who set themsclvc dollars bonds for good roads. It now soreness-limbers up the joints Double, I am well pleased with q Palatka Florida. DRIVES AWAY FLItS -a;
up in judgment upon the acts and move remains to be seen whether the money and makes the muscles elastic the benefit I obtained from Dotin's 53n THE GUARANTEED

I men Is of the peoples of the earth" will be spent for the purpose for whichIt and pliant Kidney Pills and from my expeli- I M roe isis. ar :

It Is only when one stops to consIder was voted, or go into the pockets of a once, I can recommend them to 'r r. rr.r. rrM r-c ; WORMREMEDY
the lot of grafters as Is alleged to have been Here's the Proof. any person sniveling from kidney AckermanStewartDrug
extraordinary privilegeshich Mr the case in Hdlsborough county tiouble" 1------------
'l'rice 1 in his cApacity as n minister of Gainesville Sun. Mr G T. Robert. of Relict[ Ga, 1I Co.'
For sale all dealers. 50
1.1'.1). No. ", Uox 43.\\rlloo:- "I hava by Pilco cents. I ,
the gospel his had for the study of the Bread Cad on the Waters Hied your Liniment on n horsa for."..... Foster-Mil:: burn Co., Buffalo, New York, ,
life and times of the Divine Exemplar, ney and, effected .i thorough cure I also Furnished Rooms FOot I'1t1! BOOKLtT

(lint the full significance of his self.nb. "Pious John Rockefeller has conlribu removed a npivin on t mule This sole agents for the United States. Hot and Cold .... ...
led a million dollars for the eradication spavin wi istirKQ' ; ai R guinesegg. In Remember the naOlRvoan'aandtake Baths THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC

negation appears, or that one can begin of "hook-worms" in the bouth Lookout my estimation, I the best tweedy for lame- no other. KWANC. Or ,IMITATION

lo grasp a shadowy Idea of n hat a force now for a raise in the price of oil ness and loieneiu is AtCHAS : Fanners nipchnnlos rnllroHtR-rs THC OKNUINK PHEPAMKO Oft LI Bt
I ,
; his combined ministerial and editorial The late C. O Livingston\ of this city '' ',,, '" Inburerg rely on Dr. 'llioimu' Ecleo. Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.ST. .
made liberal contribution to Iho Y. M !'II1' ,111111,11I11',111I'111I11: / :.m P'minuiv. in w, ,nn, IIIFSMITH'S : KUPPERBUSCH'S ,
a Sloan'sLiniment 11"10 Uil. likes the UOUIB MO
training wilt\ prove when united in an sting out of cuts,
C. A. building but immediately afterwards bunts ,
unctuous effort to uphold the ancient respcclibihty his tenants heard the words duly [g j Palatka. Fla otHv or where bruIse It nt Is once.used. Paiu cannot Hold toy Aekormim-Hteuurl J ii JIiuiKtitoiim I Drtuntitl ''

of the liquor oligarchy In Its I used at the public elevator, GOING: lJI!" Home Made

list desperate struggle for a legal stand -The Floridian. Candy, --

ing in Florida.Alfred Should be Something Doing Now- Ice Cream, H ':;;( 1 1ILlEw .

Goody! The Pensacola News and. Mr. H M Glbbv of Lawrence Ka,,,., q Hot and Cold Drinks. jjjB jjj q,.). ;fIl'1; '1't 1// ''vt1tos1 JUDGES
P. Swineford, former governor the Telegraph have agreed on an imporlnnt H.K.D. NO.1. ,..ite.-" \'our Liniment ....... \. LIaRA1O
of the territory of Alaska by grace of State miller The News agrees it the belt that I have ever ued -- -- --Agent fur--- "'I .S toe its
with the Telegraph that Governor (,ll. I hid t aisle with an abftcoss on her neck 50 r
President Grovcr Cleveland, died al christ ought to lake the people into his and one 500 bottle of .Ioan'. Linimententirety l Huyler Candies. ff.. !.. 0\\\1.\
Juneau In that territory on Tuesday of confidence and give them the benefit of cured her I keep It around all vv.r.,. \"\ i. IO
last 73 his knowledge about Everglades driin the time for Dtlls and snull' auellings ', COlL
week aged years. Gov. Swine. and for everything; about :the;, stock." = L. A. SMITH '
The Is dead
clcgrnph earnest ,
ford v\asn democrat of the old school, age.
about this mailer, and if good money is Sloan's Liniment =
and I'Klutkn, FlorIla. ,
previous lo his appointment lo offjciil >
being hopelessly thrown In this '
away Will Kill a spavin
life in Alaska was a man of large Influcncu enterprise we think it is time for it to curb ""II'illliI'IIII1I'IIII't'a'III'l1J1i1lI1'I''III,1'III'IIII: ' : 'i '' ,, ',,:, uiti! ''llii k
I i i or splint, reduce %

the upper nnd peninsula a picturesque of Michigan character, where In slop determined If, on on the competent other hand authority, it has been that J swollen wind puffs. and and m3I )( ILn aved 4

It is n good thing for sIte slate It will not .-.r__ '" joints, For
he edited for many years the Marquette hurt any of us lo hate authentic infor is a sure and speedy CrRa.o MARK)

Mining Journal, a pAper that attracted motion that to wake remedy for fistula New and
we are up some Up-to-Date
wide attention because of its pungcn morning and find our state dead rich. .. Sweeney, founder means &<
paragraphs which were widely quoted Ue have grow from already seed been lo soup told that overnightand tomatoes and thrush Furniture and FO \flllWIE j

Swincford secured his appointment a' nobody fainted. Starke Telegraph -G Mouse Furnishing Goodsat
BOo. and nOD
Governor; of Alaski in the of or Library Slips will be accepted in full for
spring ......... hunk n.. low pricesGo subscriptions to
18S5, and through his administration the Said Congressman Zim of Senator I: KIZ -. ." very
: J :::, :Wddr. .:;;:
r territory was brought out of the wilderness Blount- '-;.....- ...... ,'- ... to (a t The Palatka News 3j
lion I W A. Blount in address >MK
is out
an 4
: Dr. Earl .. Sloan ,
F and with a capable stiff of public ,
to the voters of the slate declaring his or for *eeJ
officials trick of him he established a candidacy for the office, of Lulled Boston, MOM, U. S A. R. S. Mooney subscription to standard magazine or for cook,. Catalog Knt for 3 cent stamp.

siibslnnti.il form of government. He Stales Senator, nnd giving his views on ,

was quick lo realize the vast mIneral matters pertaining to Iho leading politiCal u- h Pnlntka, Florida,
questions of the day Not having FOR SALE-Four organs In good repair Library Slips FREE
wealth of the and it are
territory, v\as and -
spice In this Issue lo pass comment upon 1 excellent lunc Kites rensonnlo.
through his series of letters from there the several matters of import discussed I> Apply to P J. flecks at
that emigration wns headed (hit way. we can speak, only In gcneril terms by .:Slerllnff's stiind. Lemon Htrovt. tf. Undertaking:; and Embalming. also. Library Slip appears in each issue of this newspaper.' Clip It out and save It-

A. early as 1886 he predicted tint Someday commending the document from a to / combIne 1\ with Ih. library Slips. p.cke" with tb. 101l0wiDli Lou..-
jarcl I 11 Is just such an address as one. t .,. hold products.Arll s
the gold mines of Alaska would be .
knowing the man, might have expected .' 5'
found lo be the richest In the world n of him. It Is Democratic to the core' -- :MOltS., ; Dranda of Canned Pahrt Frtract Tlia: )"Be t"TonIc t1PPioyjt
prediction he lived lo see fulfilled.OhIo's and bespeaks lie sentiments of a brill- I Tilt ACIERICAN Armmi'r' '. Potteit and ant, conscientious gentleman. St. Augustine 0lEEW0) f, rfv" German-American Coffee and Tea
:,:: :: :
Armour Bert0"Arjmiur : Gut, .
I Meteor. "You o. I'KK Mncaroui, Noodles,
supreme court has put a crImp| Pay" for :a Soluble Decf Kpafrlietlt. etC.REV1E'W.S,4 .
Armour::: a Luncheon lict f Ilelile a Ucorlco Pastilles and Jujubes
in the contention of public franchise i iiaitterchtnrid.ol llme MI-O Ice Cream Powderlennen
corporations that their Indeterminate How H. Knew. S llaiuier Iiry Ammonia. Mav a lalcum I : Powder
"Why la It" asked the blind wan of .1 llanner: I.yo ( My Wife. tin lad Dressing >
franchises Results :: ; : :itWCOM&:;\ ) None Such ;v
are perpetual Unless the Ills neighbor, "ttiat the women vvltu the Only' en, ir" '".'Acm"'" oinpelim' I Massage M luce Meat Cream
words "in perpetuity" arc In an indetcrminile wectpst voices are always ugly?" ,; 1:kni< H ty:s Bhrxlilnl, 'Cnitoi liiiller I J'.ph'.U"' tooth Brushes 0t

franchise, says the court it maybe "How do you know they are ugly?" .. Dr.. Hathaway's Modern Met u-: : C5iiiiitt llenrdtiev'e.. 'mnki star:':" IlOtmeir, :,', :",:," 'mn", Scnib Tumnia.,1'.(Z a(Rlyeerina Scouring::: piinilcci.Ptp ) ) Soap ,-r fe\yq

ended at any time at the pleasure of! qulz/cil the neighbor"My ,,.. lJUllhUfII'O\Orll/lualllhr"I.O\ lest" Sunny Monday Laundry Hoap
either of the contracting parties. A I wife describes them to me."- 't ods Have Proven Successful p J In Oua" uillUO( liouMhukl uses) ,he't 'tJ'tt.'

number of Ohio lower courts have held New York Press. __.;.. In Thousands of Cases. .. / ? ? Library Slips; Like Pennies

otherwise, and In consequence corpora :.. The most dtwHmlnntlnir perann can
lions with franchises lime heretofore The Best Food for Workers. p._. -' Una no fuuik' with l>r. Huthswav a metUoilMoicoiiibattnfrtlia One Full LlbraZ7
P: .A, paulal and chronic, SUp equal. Ono Cent. Frationai Library
done about as they pleased in conduct. -a. : dts.aae.ormenaod womttn,and, were paOt'f Slips equal Iractions of
The boat food for those who e'v .. ..' you one cent. Add fractions to make
work to look the whole world I over* you prob Library Full Library Slips. 100 Full
ing theIr business. Many Ohio municlpulities with band or brain Is never high .-.q! F.. ably 0011 Ul rtnd no better. ri,. unperlijrity. Slips have an exchange value of $1.00. Commence
fr ctitting'outi
will immediately take to priced. I ij = 7. of his treatmont ban been proY.a In mnny the Library Slip in tlii collecting to-day by '
steps I 5'i S advertisement and learn
: caaet Where they' have fnllpd to florlv how quickly be d.
become the owners of their own The beat example of this Is found In 15j J f.. benefit from BIUH% all lilnUn of putuntmetltiilneM library Sl.ps can ia
Quaker Data. It stands at the top '-aPr,.. _'- '' .-..c. family doctors: specialist,, I INSTRUCTIONS Brinff
tvalcr works and lighting plants. foods that t. t : \ m.illeal oompanlva and ln.tltutn>, "'lOll. your library Slips to this
among aupply nourishment j .t-s "ft.' .
These activities would also extend In not vrortU your" hll.to tonic ol'.a l Office, our Local
and vigor without taxing the diges- If you want valua oatv0d '' .*. _ SSTwfttri'p In letter form
;._ the public ownership of street raIlway lon. and yet It Is the least expensive peiidttur of time o"8'miy.'rJour.: ''* book you deoia...
s't vre neutleot KNOWN ;
There I In
systems, did the Ohio slate constitution food one can eat. t I o.? mogmteaseoricorp.Scborlcabonuhl.. ; Thesxperlmeutal Always
allow it This decision Is in lino with This great food value and low cost I' 1' : ataff passed many years had 6 teats5130Sf'1
make it an ideal food for families who aao, and the Seeatmnent of ao-DAY la VALUADLE (for
I those heretofore given by other stale want to get the greatest good from ba fiMitn.'e courts that here it contract Is not specific what they eat. I\fj'i ment At all)I you 'ThYI !

the public must be given the benefit Laborers, factory or farm hands fed In wlif the>n you beirtnninjr(ret I:Dr, you will VS younwlfwitub your 4rctttLa4l.utttidBzrnh 1 t'nlll"- picture,and

of any doubt that may arise In Us plentifully on Quaker Oats will work worry and a great disappointment: "" : catalog
better and with loss fatigue than If Ittfmeinber. I>r. Ifathaway liua had over I Local .-a"'a CITy "t I nail pockSiMagazine
working No municipality having of. fad on almost any other kind of food 25 sears' xperlonc In the treatment of : < .
ficials wIth any sense will give a perpetual All of these fable were proved and I Intfavannahl flame office, the vary beat of profeANlonnl and financial. r..o.... I Dealer- .-.. .H. ...:''' and
franchise for thing. And If It very Interesting Information about No fRe or fraudulent. methods .mploy..d. Junt .... practice and Toward P.'N'. -.... "H "
any .I"h..I'r..llm..l.
RB DKAL' to Vou will he payment for iSumTVfoConSTKMsiro.iOrfALoa. 1 i iVZ
human foods a"HCjUA everyone. never Hathaway books and bwHptlon. Book Company,
were gathered by Pro- l to this!
has gained wisdom from experience and trentment Cnnnultatlon and examination {re* to aLt. WIUTS OaCAI. Ti>l>A.Y nrwp.p.r
lessor Fisher of Yale University In AND DUtidUBlB OUtt OAHO.OR. I/ .
observation it will deserves aeoWuPocscg-v. lit Was! t4lh
not give any franchise DOS. Tou'll
fled Quaker Oats In reg- HATHAWAY & CDs : Savanwah 2 ... .....-... ...... ... [[
all. Under this ular size Ban1agsrSU
at decision, Ohio packages and hermetically Qa. [it. "AHa ....." U8A.....aLl.. ____ _'._H. Street
titles are going lo greatly" profit. sealed tins; the latter U best for hot -.na__ _
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Garden I (Jro..1I10Il.Weather lomllor..r.HeJOrt. Real Is tIme ,IlIesldenl, of, ?,? Peoples, Woman'sSome Beauly LOCAL TIMe CoRD No. 79. Corrected to Sept. I. 1909li
: Ing Oolobor WI 111110111 lur the week "lid. Company ot Mini clly. ., _
1IIr. Race ha, "; NO iUDAILY! I No. 78 No.82
I M..x. Olin' considerable stock III Iho I IJAII.r MAIN LlNIt IJAILY I VAIL!!' _
OOlol>nr. .. ror fop local bnnk, and It /
Seed For Fan Planting 21. $IItlirifty. .In.I 117 9 p. m.DI'. m. ti lire 241m 'his 'fm Iltueluce va largely through women retain their beauty to an advanced I ,'.1 I;'" \II :16 uui iLv .iamIiii'11'T'77'7 lid "0 1111I
U. IlIlIIdIlY". ILl 7I.j 7 1'0' III that It sins orgnnlled. '-I ,.,,,10."' i ..m 'I"1.. 5"RIIHII"n, Ar II 1 05 1.11I/8/ mun nil "
I vu. MOlldIlY.. .e In nu tor 7C 17 flge. But women, who regularly endure pain, age '. I r'", I I.. 1''''' 1'.1.. .. .. is ". 01, VIII "Ii no'
Lounds liii. 'I'IIOHIIIY) _. 01 a t>I Frank Buck I ''II iv mrmmmt't L. .1 i va pili 4 28 inn .
I 4 1'lIl1mlln it
obtained at ou has I" lI.t Parlor can -
can now be :.17. Wediuuii., ,,,. cc 70 110 tl7 71 Ie 300 made a shipment ot rapidly, for suffering leaves its lasting marks on pnn :, I R !I":" ,.. Paytomma ., i.e 5 14 pm 4 In Rill opO'Rtod on tr.fo. 211 anuS 1S b.. '

Drug Store. :11II..tH. .rldll.1.h""S.',( ...".. .... 7. 18 01 72 tO 70! 'H 7 boxes of fruit through Chase & Co. them. ; ; I J.IM inn::: :, i 'm m run pmhi :: II.I: ::lif, ::1:: 2 ::i : 1 ::'i:: II..eo Jsckonvmttand MIamI. a
taw the QenuineI1uported ) lie 77 oe .. I during the past week, nnd It was tine ., I'. ,pm ,m I..s .. ..Cm,00s uV I" -lu II time I'. ,iii
Weao; It I II. fruit Nearly all women suffer more or less with some Lv .lIonklo,,, .... .LvI 45 1" ama'
: Bermuda Onion ., WILLIAlq Oh.,.".,. Mr. and Mr,. Buck I' I" 1 H pun "1.1mm "ullman BIIII.t '8Ie.pe. b.o. '
I', ( ) Phlladell'hla' nearly arrived from I form of female trouble. It should not bo neglected. I:i JU;'U I fin inn: *>
$oed. ."" "" "" "" "" "' two weeks ago mind Avoid i SI* .,., 7 Hi, |..111v ,t.v .. tt, I'terao ....Lv, .mo itO ,lIme guy overtime AtlantIc Coast ....
'''''''. ns usual nre nl Grove Hall. Mr. Buck the pain-treat yourself at home by taking .1.01110 t 17 pmtl Iv. 5%'. 1'.100, 11".b.l.v'' S 8.U "W north ot J..klOa.lll. I. .0"1. I Ia

; If your cattle ore afflicted' with $ Personal and Social $ has nn exceptionally fine crop of fruit Curdui as thousands of! other Tvomen have done. 7 00 till amR am ."W. ..time. .. L.IIR'II'Arltllml' ... .Lv'AT' II. 0 011 80 pus pun, OU trains 56 amid sa. ,

remember that lliis 'JO n mIf ... .1,'.. iiomnte, i. .t.v.1..hI" mu pm.' ,
I Suit nicknoBB, ; year among which Is a fine lot 01'nshlnglon Begin at once and give Cardui a fair trial. ) 4J uniII .. .....tv ..I. "'RKoy.t .Iv .. ... 40 .am -' .
I .nunsuDply & positive remedy "" "" "" "" "" "' ''''''. na\els. in nm ... .. .Ar K"IKh"KoLJ.v. .. ..S (ms.nm ,'
I,1to, Salt SlCK Cure '<1,1'--; A-1; <...,vLv. ..:: .I' .,i
;, Munu The Citrus Exchange packing honc Mrs. I E. L. Smith of New; York, has to UU nin .. .. \r. Ih.all..Lv.. .. .. lid pili .
_ _ _
I It cures quickly- Try it. at the Junction Is about ready lor busl been spending' a couple of weeks here '-Simnimmys'''' -TiKwdnyn;; ,, and 'Tburodnx. ..;riv"I*--nt Kay Went -

----- ness. and mnking arrangements for TAKECARDUI. 'm'mmpIumlr'. 1'hllr..Y.lln" Daturdnya. rtepnrlnr" from Key Wont. 't.
Robert Hulchlnson, came up from Pa her trull. Mrs. Smith will be remem ; \f""dlll'H. N\VtliiOMlayn and Fr.tlnyti.nrrlvalB. itml departure at Havana.PAIATKA I

Lconds Drug Company, Intka' last Friday |10 attend, the Hallow bered as Ihe owner of the Melissa Illg.Kcnbolhiim BRANCH 'I

Crescent City Fla. c en party nnd dance. place jOt soulh of town, as '11'" ICII' '(A8'I' l'AI.A1'KA 1'0 Arrive Leave l'ALATKA TOAST Arrtv.EHst ,,
!Miss well as grove l'III..lkn I l'ALA1'KA l'allllka II t'atattua PALATICA Pamat.ks. '
Ruby !Malhls returned last week property hear by. She J38Mrs. !__ ,

from n long visit with relathcs Mill likes Crescent City nnd regrets she It Will You ... ....... ........ .
and Is Help I' No. tOO (Jail, R& SImm S .O.m .. ..No. lot 00 .m 'I Imo
FORSALE.JawkIfl friends III South Caiolina.Cnpt. so situated ns not lo bo .,|,ic to mnke a 1 .1."... ...Nit. ''O'J ( 'no R''", SOlI .,n ,.........No. 10S 20 Rm '
longer Sill '. 'a.. ......... No. ioU maiIy..U.a <10 eim 11 26 cm' Ion 45 cm
\V. M. Miller hns ) : Ratio fiurliaon, Ooreville 111., tried Cnrclui anil. writes : 1 '" II'" .. ........ N... Inll l 7-1 'm'mmi 2 M pun 107 10 p.m.. '

Estate Property second launch for use on the purchased Crcsctn n The 1 Hallow'\i-'en party nl \'. 1 I. A. hall "I suffered with female troubles, and was: so sick I could not stand t ;I'; :m'Iim::Iui I. ::::::.:.0.No.: mmmm mom j holly..4; :: ::: ::.. : ::g im.m pin:: : 55 on tun m"n:: .No:::::::::: : Ill Soul Dotty..C:: : :: ::... tO 19 mini pmmm: ,, .

.. Clty-St. Johns Park route. on Friday evening of last week brought on my feet Finally I brgan) to take Cardui, and soon began to 1"" I. ....... ::0.112; DO Im 700 pili lilt Sm) I'm ,

Consisting of : Miss Clarissa A. Williams onto Inrge crowd. The cnlerlninmenl mend. Now I am ablo to do all my housework and am in much SAN MATl-O: BRANCH .
nrrKed feature better health than I before." ,'
while it.
Residence Property in enrly last week and expects to rcnuln: he time, brief was appropriate to was Try I.I-d; RAW 1'AI.ATKA '1'0 Arrh'o ';;; ... SAN aJATKO TO EAST ArI..IC..i .

i Fine with throughout winter.J. nnd greatly enjoyed. This was AT ALL DRUG STORESAt Imka. I_ SAN MA'! O MII'.o II Stanso PALATKA P.I.'ka
Crescent City followed
by asocial
Block 9 time and ,
pretty .
Orange Grove. E. Lorick Is golug to prove a popu( ; lancing parts, 11",11111" who attended l feel .. ,- ', n," I .........N" tam: 1>.I1.j II 110 em 0 on sun in D..il'. .......,. .20.m .
fine bearing lar Saturday cleik at the store of Ms grateful to the Indies of Ihe association ; 'I, 1.111 ...... No. 1117 ..> 0 40 'lmn a ma pun .yo. toe Dally......... 4 tIll pili

20 acres with House, Barn, nephew Ernest Mnihls.', for 1;;;; '
a very pleasant evening. ';; No. 61 No 60 ))77' No. 61
HouseThe !Mrs. ...'Ily r M : MAYI'OItT 8HANCR ,
Windmill, Packing Henry Hulchlnson of Palalka Will omily; Datty Dan, :. Deity

Hastings Place on UnionAve. spent Sunday wlih her sisters, the Misses 'Irs.' the 17-yenr old son of Mr. nnd lime coming town election called -;; 10.... ::5 '10 PM 0 10 A. L...._. .._. ......J..................._........ 'I 80 ... 100 PM 0 so PM '
Williams at the old home. }J.imi'8: T. McGrndy of Denver, last for the purpose of i-k'clinic a mayor lo ; ", loom\(' PM a ,10 PM 10 an All .,......................1'..I" .........................L.. 0 dli All 12 19 PM S 50 PM
week suffered/ n stroke of (ill out time olV. Cure YourDandruff I'' 0 7 .M 2 f7 P. III 8a All A... ................."mmmm. ....h..L.. 0 411 AM 12 IR PM 4 .1 .PsI
uncxplrcd C.
paralysis term
James Padgett : '" PM I 00 PM 104' All A...................... IC..L., 0 80 All 12 CON'o 4 80 PM u'
-The Johnson place Jr., wenllo Palalka on \hichhiis' rendered him helpless from Norton; resigned, the only' cnnilldnlcil ,

20 flcrea Junction. Monday wllli his little son, Roy, who he lilps down and he has been taken no ill be K. Borson. lie onus nominated :::. ::. :,:: :': Oro... Cml, n..nrhl'c''::; : .-.: .I':!:. :: .-.: N" mom Sesford B..nrh ....... H

near the Splendid needed medical attention. 10 the Si. Augustine last week '1 .Ii1I a .iIIsimmm "... uw $oOO -r-j;, : 'f1Ijiifl"flifjmn' Taami'Tmtmiovsite.Ar.t: J
hospital for Ihe .
treat- by momln-is of the clly .. .,. .. ... / 1 00 "inn
i. .m..ki II.' u
I I ml 'mn I II I :''u hun 101 umn 8 In tmm 0 OU sun A'.S.III..rd..I... III OU CI
I grove. __ --- !Mrs. W. C. Norton; of Crone Hall Is ni'in. There has been some hnl"'O\'C' council, vv ho mel ns n low'n moolinic' und I ;: ::: _iJ f:;:. a::: ';:.,i :.:.:,: ;;: :: g 'J:: g J; : -.... ... '... 11.11. .._. ....., ROIl -
nont in his
spending sometime at Daytona Beach In condition. All will s'm.palhle mailc' the noiulnnlion. Just ht-furc bclntf .
H. READ of Why ? Because it Is ;,..flOIofl. mud .. Knlifhi' X.. wltti P. ft O. 8. 5. Co. for K.y W... and H...... C.ho. !
hope with Ihe
See M. restoring her health. unfortunate young man called together ns a town council. annoying -=' -

Crescent City, Fla. Mrs. Copt. Gco. Crotly and Utile and \\'lIh his afflicted parents and other There hud been no clio, I on the part of untidy. And mostly becauseit .I....*.mlflt 1'h,...(IIMK",..,,. h.TAIlt.. .9.' ,Ktt. ...h..,....m .r lh.d.llmv......lit..which..' .h.m mini"..,.'mop.....d h. .I....nol.....duo o..ouund.rriv. .no t and'I. depart,hi. Company Irom Ih* .

daughter arc spending the week \'lilting members of the family and earnestly cltl/ens call a tov\'n caucus and Ihe law almost invariably leads to 00 h.-".''d ...'m"'h'' '. (0 ...p .me,.mO,000.mu.e..rm." '.0 .h..om. .. '

hOl'e for Ms reco\ery. requires nominations lo be made some baldness. Cure it and UN cum'Y OP TIIK I.OCAl I IIM CARl 01O'H".. 'NPORMA110N> "...a THU TICKET AGH.N.'
___W '' relatives and friends( JacksOll\'llIa. \ save
"' ''' I O. UAM.Nb.li. O.n.r.l ('.......r Agent ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA .
Mrs. Edwin Gilbert has gone to :New; Capt. and Mrs. Geo. U. Bench of Snvnnali days In advance of the election and time your hair. Get more, too, at ,

M. H, READ, 'I York for the Inter season and Is ti\lng bane Issued InUlnlions for the time was nearly up-hence the reason the same time. All easily done _-

REAL ESTATE. In Stanley Court 301 West 106lh street. marriage of their daughter, Harried C., for prom makes jit action.It the A duly recent of the town council ordinance with Ayer's Hair Vigor new -. -:: ,, .x=;:.:;<> .:;, ..:s<,

10 Mr. Chas. J. Butler, for Thursday improved formula. Stop this
Rev. E. P. Butler spent n portion of to elect officers lo fill
Crescent City Fla.' last week at Klsslmmee in attendance :November 9th. .1 their hOllle. 2205 Bull a vacancy. formation of dandruff I lVALSBY COMPANY : :

i the street, Smamuh This will Inlcrest Pop tint' change iFte cftfor of ttta. ttntr.formula 'Ll.i '.
upon full meeting of the Pn'sb) tory ,.,$ f'ORSYTH.8TREeT: : .A'Jq4ANPA CA: '
many people In Crescent City, where LAKE COMO.Mr. .
The Howe property-"(Jres-: 1 of Florida. he coming bride was born and grew lo l with..I'0oub"to bolt! fver'.Ything; j lit Md.cInl"/,; ( :/' dlI I MIII Supplies carried in stock here. I

cent Hill"Is now on the jnar- Rev. Dr. J. K. Wight and daughter girlhood and where she and Mrs. Stephen Palmer arrived, ', doa.o.vou. 5. We hav4! the largest and moat complete 41
young Is best
ket. Miss Emma, of Green Cove Springs, 'rom' their' home al Ossinintf, N. Y. nol, i/ers. AK him .bmit It, nrs'-scz; line of roAcHlNRyandI.1iLL..sig,
remembered by her (pel' name of "Blue their cosy home Is nijaiii Their tboa to M bo .... 0' PLIES ,
to here last ""' ,
attention week for short
Particular given were a visit 0Mrs. fi ,
E'es.! And nil will friends .
wish! for her a long' many nre pleaded to see them.Mr.
Ote,oent City prope'l.tyl8tf'd\ W. C.orlon.: ; The new Ayer's Hair Vigor will certainly ,.A.\t.,74rrodr.puI iRAMCH HOUSE.! OUR OWN Office. RECORDS
f IInd hippy wedded life I [ nnd Mri. O. R. Robinson Imvu rc- do this work, because, first of all, it destroys ; \ SHOO! THAT :v:!i HAVE THOUSANDS OF PEft'FECTI.Y ;
with me. !More than two.tbiids of the stock of The formal opening of the nolBank urnctl from their visit to Rev. nnd Mrs. the germs which are the original (\ : -4: : ,;)I:>>I /' : ySATISFlEP CIASTOMCRS. WRITE ,

"MjIf'If"M' __ new bank of Crescent City, which opened or f Crescent, 'I hlllaker nl !Newark, Del. They had a I cause of dandruff. Having given this aid, :i :J 6i1l:; ( *_ FOR CATAL.oCJJE AND OQI/, .)V; V{E fA/7/ ,,
for business on Monday( Is owned City look (place on Monday, lovely time and Mr. Robinson's health I nature completes' the cure. The scalp is I 1''l'j\ \ y 6/fOU f Q.$4'.OtiRMAcHu9tly' S ,
Uicn. many made deposits of money 10 greatly Improved. I restored to a perfectly healthy condition. l0 cAsy-auiiANo I
by people of this place. -4 L -- FULLY 'UARAHTEE
I For. Sale! alld eommercinl paper lit the nflernoon Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sullivan nml -Mitilo bv time J. O.Aver Co.. Ztow.ll. (....- ; .__ ._. "M.J ;; nuWYMT.wEcANypL'youNoi :
Herman Terry of Jicksoiullle spent the officers(/ and stockholders. logelher laughter,, were visitors. at Pal.ilka re-
several days here during the week. liestilt ci-nlly. Economy. .
members of heir .hI
Soulhfield Hotel ( respective fnmlles -
AVIfoy-Oli. thU Is awful! These cur. .
has a fondness for the old home held n reception fur clli/ens of the Mr. nnd Mrs. Middlcton have returned tulna 1 gut at tho bnignln sale don'tiniitcli Nut tmo ft.of, Appllriltlou IH. ,.,;,! for 'f."xlld.c.:::; W. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

Crenccnt City Fin. (property Eetate/ place her he grew to manhood. "place and time banking office/ was inspectd 10 llortense. (ia. While here they were our funiilnro. CHIT, """ ''hu"'r of Ttix t'em-tmmmummtn No. I Popiirtmpntof tho Interior.U 4 rf
lie gticslsot, their children Mr.( nnd Mis. tiC, ItiUHl tlio .lot dnv of July, A. I I'. HM.7
Edwin Gilbert). 'I) his property ocuuples! The council has appointed J. W. and ndmircd by a large number. Re- D. U. Raybon. Hubby-Itoturn" 'cm. I tulle mi lout Bnlit (Mfrtlllcntw lii, my otllre, ,:mmiitmmms l' H. I-AND OKKICU. AT (OAINFSIVILi.m.. FLA.
ill ol Block H, one-half of which hae Cowles, J. II. Mnlhls and J. E. Lorick resliments were served to nil coiners \vireyI 1 Hhoulil OilY not-cheap im 1 iiiiult" tippltontluii, for tax ilmul to Issue Octolmr SU UKHf.Notlio ''
ptpefrult, Uimorlues and tre'aebouIi1JOtrepe Mrs S. M. Howard ho bias been time In iircouliiiiuu wltli Jaw. "' fortlflt'iitu ,IH h.,' 'bv that \\ \\lllhini I : : ; P.
\ orauge inspectors, and James Coward as clerk President Borscn nnd Mrs Borsen Mr.( of Mr. nnd !Mrs.. D. 1) (.in t Ihciii! YVV must have come new .,mihriu'i'ft th., follow InO .mirilH'tl, 1"1'1.' ( nlo, or Nor\siilIt, ilm'lIll1. ss mm,,. on April 1Ifllh.
I guest R.iybon funilniix t nt I "1I"-CI""I'lIll1d! Londoi'. Httutiteil I In' l.'ntnuMI, coiiuu, Klotldu, to-wit: I""'. niiKlii lloiiU'Htniid Knlry No
The Uotolle fully and elegantly' furilihed of the coming sp'clnlloll n election. and :Mrs. Herbert B. Race of Jackson- has returned lo her home in Gcorirln.Mrs. :Hu'!'{ (,f uu!. Hi'i'tloii: il, to\\imhIp: ; : I i 11 u, Hwi'as (HfHul Numbt-r. ( ) Lot I HCUtlon -
baa running water. H rooms In ,ille and Mr. King, Ihe cashier as wellas I Howard was formerly Miss Jewel A BROKEN 15VCK.Th'tl :. rnimii Hi 11"11.1-; 'lit '"'1'**'. 1 lo, :Tomiriltiii I lit: : n.nl IIUO JJ eiiHt.
Mrs. C. A. Cheal ham and Miss Corrie Middlelon and 'I 1 In Hiiltt mu"lit iHitim' nfMPHNiul at lion mimi In 01 '"m(3mm mmmi.-,, MoiiiHuii, hn. flliMl nnUnp..r intuiitlon -
oddilion to both. ia w. c.. store room. 2 the 'local' directors and stockholders is well know here and I tutu 1..I1I1I1\'o..r HUCll I'CI'tlltflltoIll tllO mmmiimf 1
toiimkit Proof
lltchenB( dining room, pantry, smoking Chealham ol( I llunlington spent, Thunt- her friends were pleased, to sec her. I piun t I in ,vott 1' back I U en imsudby' W.")I. ilit-rron., U n mooN smim.t m''m't tlimutum sum,,ii tocHtiihUHli ,'mmii mm, to tho tumid nl>ovottr>N..rlUd fl
room and balU. day of 'List: weekislling I at the home of were all proud of the new bank and deghlcd I luiubaicn! stilT iDusclen( or a stnilii mm ct "O''I1I.IIII'CO'III'1'' ( to law I"x luul vlllHHiiti .> t hcfory th. tUtu'k of tho Circuit ('.mmmm't ntI'nlntkii .
with the auspicious opening C. C. Sullivan is confined lo the latin HHH.V thliir( to trust rid< of. Hnl- III..r..11 on Limo I'I duty of Nov., A. !>., FlorUlu. on tho loth day or >'ovoiubnr ,. 'l
Outage> with 3 bed rooms parlor Mrs. Clieatham's: brother J. II. Mathlt.Mrs. house ovum a very sore nnkl nnd limb. liird'g Snow 1.1 II I II1l'nt cnr 'H rhcumn- ItlMt.VltnenH : IKOII.ntilmmit" .. ,
.111 1,1 Lhf.Ilh.t
llbnry, dining room kitchen bath and \ent. inv < HlHiinturenna ( nimiim IIH wltnoBHniitKuuont '
fatt-furulahed, IIretol..s.Luge J. II. M.iihls' and her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gales are ('x- I llsm i lunihiiK"! soru nnd BMIt m moo tm sd- 1 m mum Krulj: tu flay of ( k-toiMir.: I it h i'>..l.j"'ON..":'): :: ) It '- r.bi of Norwiilk. Florida.Jlnrvoy '
('H. Htialni Ins, oura burnfi [ JIKNKY m H. 1mm, Norwnlk' Klorldii.tloMttph .
Mrs. II. J. Collins of Brewsler Mass clod ihe end of the week, comintt Bpl'II
haxegonetoSl. Augu.llne.Ihe ,
barn suitable tor livery stable. J. L. Maihls Hnnldn and nil nehcH and Vnii i I' CU-rk Uli'vuUOourt" 1'111111111I uo., Tin. Julnor' i.r NorwuImk Florida. .
from Cleveland' Ohio, nnd all nre cleIghtcil pnlnn. its J C. !liullH 1>.U.
i Enquire latter Intending to remain some lime arrived !list: week and expects to spend Unix* JOII"'.. of Normal, FlorUlu
!1 at the I'rosp'ciol having them 0"i't n holtlci I i I In you hnimx.ti'iUl --,- Hl-JNltY ou.ctt'Jtn,
M H and then go lo Palm Beach to visit her the winter here time guest of Hon. amid jack, and seeing their beautiful home l by Ack<"riii n-Stfl\viirt Onin! Nolit'O or Application for'ltix. '>"Oll. Itugietmum'.
READ Real Estate, son :Irs. J. II. Harp. Mrs. Collins lived open ngllill.I Co., mid 1 J. 11. "lIhtoll. Notice In liorohv pi vim hint G.V. ,
rnrr. uurt'hiiHoi of Tux OcrtlMontn" 1'1...
:rNcent. City, Florida.' tf Mr. amid Mrs. II. W. Brush now lining here some twenty-four years ago, her I Mr. nnd Mrs. VV. L. Dlgjretl and son Only on the Edge. m 117, .Html tho 1st clay or Jul)'. A. o. musT hUH Notice ( for Tnx Dctul.Notlue ..
1110..1.11'. 'Id 'ttnVutn I lu uiul IIHH o Appllcutloii
: York city ionic being on the west side of lake if Senbrec/e expected this vtcck. Often the truulili> with uiti lilY otlleo
----- at 2275 Bassford a" nuell' ) are gilt edge s mint, tippllcntlon for tux tlm>tl to Issue litiioi'oiliini.'i that XV.t'urr .
In Immunity ylv..n C.
write that they arc a eli. But the :News; lelli, near Ucv. G. II. Ward's resbdonc. While here they will be Ihe guests of C'lirllK'H la I 1 hili', I' .mm-I'm' all tho gilt 'laloi > with liiw. Hnlil. em'm'tm mtm'umto. otn- piirehnHor ,:. ()urtlllont., No. ).
-A-. I. Sperxcox: :, a Mr. Collins who was n minister heir parents Mr.. nnd Mrs. J. !'. Uablu. "'iitftl.-New Yin I* Li tm'. i>ru<.''*. tho (01.11011'1111 h'nui'liM'il) ,,,..,,,,. .tY.It.IIII".dlll Hit, dntud: th:::. Int :Inl'of -Iu1y, A. I>. tImmY, I'
18 w Illing to but they sometimes gel I IJutniiiii i-ounty, I"I..rl.I..I..wlt: hiiH tlluil rmld Pert imiehto lit otHoe. '
They spend November here each uiv ntmIIUH
Dentist. little homesick for Crescent City.J. 01 f ihe I'nitarlnn (alt ii, died and was Mr. Dinux-ll ImvhiK: nn orange gro\e year ll'S A CH\III'\; ; film\V m tof m mit-pm's n4.': ,. HrtitUni mum', l..wl1.bll.lla.i m rlllllO m I hi::: iH'fordniu'Htth niiidit: ;: uppllfiitlon'' law.foi tnx:Maid iU"od rnrtlflfiitntMiil to IHNUU

I.. Torry has: been painting the V. I. tirk'd here, since which lime Mrs. Col lere, ana Is quite( n sportsman( eIlJo'llIgIhe ; lo iH'jjlHt't your h nlth. Thf* woipt ,Tho uiiIt! limit h"ll1Y1.,1: l .nl the dl1lp..rIh"II"lnell..1 Imrmm'mu Ibo follow Inu .11'.1'.111.,1! propertyHltunicd ,
him luis resided i in the north. The older hunting. and /fishing.Mrs nciflTt( thut ynii can In'. lI'ulllof 'Into 'U'.O.' Hurron., Mitch UntOHn iurtlllcut Hnlil errtlfkMilo In tho imiuttof Nlmll' t \ lit initimm comity, Klorldu u." ILl,

Onto.at R.>ld>nce oo Progpeot StroetCrwoentCltv. A. hall. The ladies of this organi/alloii: 'etllers of the place ill remember her : J. I D. Mitchell led a very interesting allow conallpatlniv' hllloiiHiiess > r bo r..iliu. 'mol. iifnoi'tltnic (o Ill\\, tnxdotnl.. will I"-Ht't-i! -1(1'(of n.!".",'"'<.,.Houtloii towiiuhlp' lia,, rniiMu2t
Florida general! do set the example for gelling 'lilly I livi-i' or howcl trouhln to conilium. IKHUO, ttutrootioii tho sat duy uf :Novi'iulXM, TliH mild.. liintl Imol'mug 110.0."o leasnnlb nnd" welcome her return. league meetingSund.ty: evening.V.'tNTED.bout A. n. 10 U.XMtiH'HKiiiv I. the IsHiutiiru, of em,,'im firtllloati, t In tlto IIHIIIHof V
for the comingof t I Ir Is pnIK"nh.'Olll'. entire ,
he town in ship shape : ntlloliil.. HlKiintiiroantlfloat, tlilHtll ,,
i \V. (I. 11mm rm'omm., UnlcKit sum hi "' Itlttiito Hhnllho I I ,,
and \(Wallace hn\c 'Mt"m< niifl may load to n MnrlouHchrntilo (' Sal l ( IKMohMl1, I ". I1KHI.IMOIIU !. .. lu\\'. dt' '
St. Johns our Winter n ,,itur.. Mr. Hup gone :\\.r r tl i inoil mmt.m.Ol'tm"m mmg to In. "d w uiIHHUU ; M
River ay Daylight- \ 20( of ,, HKNHY I lll'H'HINHOVt'li'ikClrtMiltCourt I .. '
cais early, (IU"nsc. TH!< 'lI'ilhird'HKnrhlna thenMin' ou tli tOt tummy of Nov nih 54tIa 4
has been to housekeeping In the J. C. Grlmsleycsldcnce. 1'iittiiint Uo.( Flu.MV .*. A. 11.> n.nVUnt >.
The The steamer Cli\edon carryIng well' colored Oranges (Sweet ScvilJosand nnd !get nbHoluloly w. ll.Tlin ,3. Cf. Dili Id lm.O.Chamherlain's r .
Beach & Miller Line out big loads of oranges anil Mrs. Harp and her two lillle Purson Hro\\) amid Grapefruit, lo snrp curw for IIn.vllId nil trou- tho\ (nth I .mmim n inv)' of..lI\clnl.lynlltno("\'In''''''.:A. I P. lmM nmmmi seat thin

week and the ones returned from a \lsil i in the north ship right a'l ay. Spot Cnsli, f. o. I b, bios of thn ftroniHeh. I liver and" boivclH( ["HmilJ i IIKNKY! 1WTCHINHOK; ,
Steamer CKiSCKNT. grapefruit( / during the (past station. Quote lowest price. Address Haiti by Aukcrimtti-Hrewnrt' Drug Cough Remedy lifi'rU Circuit Ooiirt Ptitnitin t'o.. Kin.Jy '
from the Junction has also .ist: week. I 9 R. Grokbe Merrill I'la. J. O. Jinlld I'. *.I.' .. -
shipments 10 2V-2t ('o.. mid .1. II. HniiKhlon.\ Cure Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough

.lAVeI Jack>anTlll-- been considerable. The season may H
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who were originally affiliated/ with the >
"Onnilni.leavuOrMoentoltyon. .
"".PrtJiyiand Monday. .0,80 a. 81. Crescent City exchange, have withdrawn I' To all subject to Bilious Attacks Sour Stomach ) 'rn
lint persons ,
'"kioi>yll| ..barl toot 01 L..l'Ilfftel. and formed an exchange: nl I

nliphono :2889 place. They are putting up a fine pack '

P11th. wn..rt root., L mnn mtrmE log house. 1 : ___ Indigestion, Constipation, Headache, Dizziness, Heartburn, .

There wl1b\ ,' preaching al the Metliodlsl ,. .

_- T. CLARK Jaektonirllla.TrnfTlc Fla., Manager evening church, and ncxl the I pastor Sunday" especially morning urgis anil I f Vertigo (blind staggers), Foul Breath, Sallow Complexion ',

Crescent City Transfer Co., a their full friends.attendance Al ol 3 o'clock all Methodists In the afternoon anil J or other symptoms of a Torpid Liver, WE SAY, ." .

"wta Pastor Da%Is will preach at Irull '1 :
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liOn. Night trains by appointment. land.At a meeting of the ladies:\ of the VII-

B.-- B.'HA'RRIS B. M. LABBEE. Manager. dames were age elected Improvement L. A. lIurlblll delegates Association.and lo g.convention represent It Williams M the Sl-olho i I BIIIR' IN' I: :'" :

association al the coming '

CRESCENT Barber CITY.elean Clubs 7th,Florida 18th which and Federation meets Hih ": "IsMr. In Palalka of \\ omens on the f ;i.'. I Ii '

A and Mrs. Egbert Hutchlnson have i

teed.Shave eio anti and Ha'r a- clean' Out latlat guaran-c- decided to 'leave the Isthmus been of Panama.hold- It is the Surest, Safest, the most Speedy and Complete i ::
Try llulchlnsoi.
me. tf.Soiithfield where Mr. '

Hotel trig United a responsible Fruit Company\ position of New\wllli York Hit i Liver Tonic and Regulator* in the whole field of Medicine. I i ,

and will make their home\ In Jackson- i

Crescent City, Florida. vllle.\ Extra big money failed outside o conv tIe i It is a marvelous remedy. It Invigorating effect on a Torpid Liver is little less than miraculous. It acts Instantly. i .

Season 19O9 I O. them for living

{RatPI* fl.50 per duy- Untied pcnsate States. } The first dose brings improvement, a few days' use cures the most obstinate case. Tired, weak, despondent victims of. i "

up. of Chester Fin.. ,

weekly and monthly rates on and Thomas Mrs. Mary Johnson Mlddlc.on. of Denver I a Torpid Liver are restored almost in a day. ;

S. A. application. were united In marriage l Rev.'last JOIIII Su "''j'f 1 I DPPilPD lf\I\ MOI flRlfl It cures Malaria' Chills and Ague by distroylng the disease germsjln the i ;
o'clock by :
1l0tf1 KINNARD Proprietor. evening Davis of at the 5 Methodist church. The S A BRilLIANT I nLUUflU 111 .llinLrinin system and driving them out of the body. Where Malaria is prevalent <, cit
Fronts Lake and I'arkPleaaant home of lItr.
ceremony occurred a titus health. It the Stomach Liver and Bowels In such fine ,
Room_ and Mrs. Stophen Turner and wile wittmessed is a faithful guardian'of puts condition that the malariajgerms] j U

Cusine, at time family, rela- '
Unsurpassed.! by members \ ) ,
exist. U
--. lives and II few (rl nd.. 1\Ir. IIlId Mrs. I cannot j

: Great Reduction Johnson where left Ihey time will 101i01l'Ing reside., day for Ches ; Every home should have a bottle of this great Liver Regulator and Tonic. It stands for health for, the whole family. I i ( '

Now w the time to get the best. ler The, wife of Primus Davis an. indus-was j The chill season is here and all those who are Constipated who have a Torpid Liver or Digestive Disorders, will surely i :

.IOJI of Ibis pl..ee.
prices pnRAt'.J" at th br'8? p.8sibleButter slrlcken Irlous colored with heart CUllen IlIlIuro and died' cud.dcniy have trouble with that arch enemy of the race. BB PREPARED I 11 r let In condition at once by taking HERBINE, and i lU. U U U

Best Creamer 40 II little after the noon hour, list: the disease. j .
& com.lallll. can .
made no .
et had .
; Salt Bacon. . . .15l ThursdllY. She house' U .1
"cole about her PRICE 50 CENTS Per Bottle. ,
: 2 Best grnl'l n Rict< i") and had gone during time mornlnl&' The i' : : i
Flour. J)0) hold duties ,
as . A. Mat FM church 'I"U .
Cia 151 bbl Spring' wheat Flour $3.85\ funeral was held/at and Will largely IIf'j : BALLARD SNOW' LiNiMENT CO., Sole Proprietor., St. LOUIS. U .
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: "? out 12 Kng e shell nt -JOoB noon on S., lived ,
P" box ended, Jof ho deceased 33 yenre hlld and was .i For Sale By Aolcer-rriein-Ste\A/.3.irt Dt-ugr Go. !i
"next for some
week Crescent C IY j
only. peopl. .; '
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Will Dr. Fair Come? = =
The Pal atka News 1iI'' n _,>1.:1I 1JGUi! 15 Rev Dr. }nmei Y. Fair of Savanna] .
and Advertiser. whom it Is tacitly understood is to become 't

pastor of the Palatka Presbyterln iSh You Cap; Get \ t ,
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............. ............... Is church having within the lime the of coming his life Just few now.week, IW ; ; !I.. ..

$ Dr fair has for many, many year t .
Uy and ,
$ :
been the Idolized pastor of Ilia laigc and <
Personal l m ntIQn. Influential Independent Fresbylerli _, Them Only
S $ church In Savannah Some lima ngo he

............... ............-"......". conceived the Idea thai ho could bcs
enjoy -with his Advancing years, Ihe
Shoe John Price of Melrose was n visitor pastorate of a smaller church and It was
Departmont la the cily Wcdue&uuy with this view that ho accepted im inv' l at
tntlon to visit the Pnlulka church. ..
J. M. Maull of( Crescent City
was I and
visitor lie liked tho church and 1'ulalkn,
in Ilia city Ibis week.
Ihe people of Palmkn, and more eSlle.
Rev. Win. \Vyllie, rcclor of St. Marks dally ol( the Presbyterian congregation,
_---;- -- I --_, church, is convalescing liom un attack'ol l.-ll In love with him.Laier .
dengue. Dr. l'nlr tendered his resign! Brown'sThe

About November 15th Julian DuPorit, popular 61St. lion to tho Savannah conffretiallon wit :
we expect to young; man Ihe view of coming to Pahitka, Th ,
Augustine in
w as visiting relatives
a First-Class stock of Shoes forLadles' :. the city this week.J. time of his departure Is close nt ham W '
open up and the member of Independent churc -- ---- I
.. II. Wylla the well-known hard road arc making one more desperate effort t" '9J.
Misses', Children's and Infant's, Boys promoter and nurseryman of Intvrlnchen retain him. The following cdilorlaIn Best "College Clothes"
was in the city Wednesday.Mrs. the Savannah Morning News of Tue, HatsKnoxis i iI

or Little Gents up to No, 2. Da\e Mclntosh and little son, day, will give Palalka Presbyterians an a phrase that is shouted from so niauvhouim

We Intend to carry the best grade of I'rauk, returned last I buiurduy: from a protracted idea of committee what they has are wailed up against.'W on Dr.. Fair, I Clienyest" ", in the long run because\ tops that we use ib reluctnntl I

visit with relatives/ in Michigan. the pastor of the Independent Prcsbyl 11\1 and And "KUHN-MADtf" Young f'f'rY '
\ correct et"
..' Shoes that can be had for the money, and we .. Beginning November the post-office rlan church, and asked him lo wlihdra ," Knox styles are' eminently Clothes are "really, truly" College Cloth"/ I IW

will sell them be had department advanced the rale on registered his resignation ns pastor. We arc sure Knox quality makes for satisfactory. 8erThe reflect the latest vogue in the unilversities : II
: as cheap as they can : letters and packages from 8 to 10cents. that If he should comply ho would give of the greut [I
great pleasure not only to his coigrcgatlon country.
from anyone and we think we will be able to The but to all who know him or @ vice. Nothing starched-and-sthr or ashion.
city council Tuesday )
.. on night have hod the pleasure In any way ocoming mJ. Knox Hats to plat,>y" about 'em. They have the t
rejected the stock of :
actual in this line speed ordinance A large : styli that
save you money as we .. In contact with him. Wo ha\'e is real because it's
because of verbosity but will subtile. You dut
heard as a reason for his rcslgnatio select I from-the lafpst blocks in soe it, (
have had considerable experience in this line try again. that ho wanted a smaller church-a you can't define it

o. The sympathy of Falatka people goes church where his duties would be I"ss L Derby mid Soft lints I,
and we are in position to buy to the best advantage .' out to Mr. and Mrs J. L). Coitingiou: burdensome and exacting. He is gel. -- -
whose Utile months old child died onIonday. ting along In years and therefore Isn't DI
and we expect to give our custom0 !\ well fitted as a younger man to dis. Fall and WinterWeight cLOTH I N G For Men and Boys :
charge the duties of a large church. Now
S. S. Braddock of Denver of the ready for
one inspection. '
ers the advantage of our position.Mr. "Being conscientious hno
prominent men of the peninsula end ol a very man, /$>
the county, was transacting business in doubt felt that he owed It to his con REMEMBER We are sole Agents in Palatka for the ;
J. H. Hickenlooper who is well- the city Monday.! gregatlon to give ll a chance to make a I Celebrated
change If it so desired, but it seems Ihal
:. known, will have charge of this department, Hon. John P. Wall of Putnam Hall doesn't want him lo leave. Nclthc CRAWFORD SHOES, Correct in shape- Full.Wearing Values.
spent a couple days In the city this do the people want him lo leave. They
.: and extends a special invitation to all who week, and i'. D. Watkins of the someplace recognize his eood vt as here on Tuesday. and they have been drawn closely I Ihtm 10

will to come and look through the line. \New Mrs.York Rev.Vm.last .Sunday Wyllle was ox\lng called to the to I his forceful by his gentleness leaching and of the kindness Chrlstia and f M S Brown The Clothier I

This department will be in No. 218 Lemon sudden death of her mother at that I A religion minister's by his dally daily life walk often among has them more Palatka Fla.
place about midnight Salurd y. ,
Influence than a sermon. Dr. 1'alr has<
o street connected by an archway with our 0. Mrs. Annie A. Davis of this city and the request of the committee under advisement -
.' Mr. 'ihos. K. bales, an attache of the and It Is certain that he will
.o departments. .0 0 Jacksonville Times.Union, were married give pleasure to many if he decides t 10
nt lolkstonc, Cia., Oct. 26lh, by the give a favorable answer to it." :;;;; m ;
In the meantime come and look through Rev. G. !E. Jones. LA'PEtt-Since preparing the above ntKX.ii.TH"XSXTS.T Y !.;rJJI rjrazsw IJI-X!< .J.fK. r "r"I r D.Itt: :! if:1i.t'1l! 1
llie News learns that Ihe Palalka church : 1l1l'>l'>l'>l1l1I.'tJI.1I.1U..1l.1I.ID.t.Irlr..lt'1tlr1t .)l>l"l1I.ll.ll1t1I.IDI'>l'I: : :al".Irt.1t".It'lt'1i"JU1l ('II 1t"l'II 1I. t1<' : '1'f,1m
our other departments. Some special values. Judge and Mrs. E. E. Haskcll and Mr. board has received word from Dr. I'alr

Our stock is and horn Mrs.their annual II. II. Kent in nave returned which indicates that he his been Infh We Furnish Your Home
now complete throughout. outing New Hamp enced by the action of the Savanna m
shire. had
They absent nil sum church He tclU the Pahika board nol

mer. to wait longer for him, and at a mccIng .
Watch for Special Announcement The Epworlh League of St. James M. on Tuesday evening arrangement
E. church hold quite an enthusiastic bus were made looking to the extending of f Complete
iness meeting at Ihe church last Wednesday a call lo another minister, whose nnm
Next eve III nil'. Largest attendance was being considered for just such ao
since organisation. emergency ns has arisen. and while the cnsh is always very acceptable we are nttlifl ""Ii

Miss Emma Edwards of Baltimore, a same time glad to extend yon the use of our liberal pay as

(iisl-class dressmaker and a personal The School Honor Roll. yon tine eyetE'l1l.t. .

diy friend. and of Mrs be ready Loruest's for, business will arrive at the to- The following is the list of honor pu. Hundreds of customers in all the walks of life are baying

h-arnesl store onIon day. plls In the Putnam High and Graded t their Housnfurnislungs at this store, and using them while

wvned school for the first month of the school ,Io they pay. We refer you to them, tjiey are our best advertise
George Mobley and family have
moved to Jacksonville! where Mr. ycnr FIRST: GHADB-Thclma EdmonsoiKilhleen t-t: ment. Kvery: article wa sell bears. onr unconditional Guarantee No.. 44. Price $14.00

I Mobley expects to engage In a small Leeks, Bernice Buck, lranColcman .t to be exactly as we represent it to you ; if it proves to be Finished
grocery business. The lumily will be Henry Porter, Henry Couve rt: otherwise, you can get your money back. in Verntis Mnitiu i i missed by a large circle ot Iriends. S :r'oND GRADE-Anna Lou Hanna, looks like Brass, but will not ;

Manager Kclls of Wonderland Mniy EarN, Essie Minion, Joseph AuUn tarnish. Has 2 inch ,
Dixie Stoves poets
moving picture show, who Is also running Marcus Wilkinson.TIUKD .
un automobile lor public hire, Is so GKADB-Agnes Pullcn. Bir. and Ranges
:218-220-222-224: : ; Lemon Street well pleased with the lultor business die Wilkinson, Dorothy Davis, Ilnrr .
: that he Is considering Ihe advisability of son Hickcntooper, Harry Watson.roDKm "" are made of the best

'y putting another machine in commission GRAPE-Mae Minion, Mir t materials, by skilled
! rierryday Block. nil/nbetli Foster, Inez Wattles, Lillie to
Mrs. W. M. Gallighcr of Duluth is ICanncr, Eva May Atvvater, !Mabel Slai t: union labor, and we. IJ
here for a \islt of some months with her Inn, Vcrsle Minion, Frank Dulill, Erne !!< guarantee them. *+i
sons Mrs Galiighcr hns spent several Rosslgnoll. Charlie Bruce, IlorinaCurrv. $;.50 to 1500. :
inters in Piiluika and has a large circle \\1 mol YeUerton.RAI :1.
I h nt friends ,.,.u'hf\_ _ntt.__ _ri.lnlflnar_.___.... _n".'nr_. ...._".. 'TH RAI>K-Laurie Thomis Meccr '" -

return. Davis, Roy Hdmonson Charlie Gar-

THE WORLDS GREATESTSEWING MACHINE Death of Mr. Frank Bassett. Mrs. G. \V Peer of Sntsumi lIighlS, roll, illiams, Priscllla Hamn, UNEEDA Felt Mattress

Mr. Trunk Bassett well known In IblY who was a visitor in Pnlulka this we"k, Viola Ednionson.
.LIGHT I city, died Tuesday morning, nt 6 o'cloc has but recently returned from an extended SIXTH OR ADI Fii/hugh Stephen tt: Prief $10 on< $1 .00 per neck ::1

after an illness of about two week \isit lo western New ork. In Ralph Trcvel, Bessie Ranhom.S toN Guiirniiti in I'V"I':>' WilY. ..4
Slomith trouble was tl lie cause of death speaking of that section in Us summer jVtoN'I'1I: GHADU:-Hirhin Hickeiloopcr ",.I:: \Vpulsohn\i'" tli DlXin UfgnlPrincww =

ME Two >cars peo Mr. ISasselt wn. rnnrrleito Kitrb, Mrs. 1'eei remarked that It was "as Pruell1ioHTjr., Truman Finch, Ira King, Clur t: .uicl Lu-K/ Cotton 1 KiltMiittrHnsea ,
Sirs. Gertrude Corning and 1ms sine pretty a country as there was out doors,"
ninde his home on Oak street. He wan but, added she, "!lorida has Ihe best of GRAI>1olargarel'lIIard.: ill stock
KCntleman liked by all who knew him them all for an nil-the,J'car-'round cli- NINTH GIIADK-May liovd, LlfritlColwcll !- Puces ifSOO to fia.50
mile" Blanche LuIIardv, Curtis Van __ .
The mpalhy of a Inrge circle of frlcm t: ---- u -- ,
is extended Mrs. Bnssett In her great sor- N. A. Kent of San Mateo who comes Landingham, Albion Ilulchinson. We Hang Window Shades
: -Jeffries Gnrrelt.
row. The funeril way held! \Vcdnesda lo Palatkn just often enough to make us Prices from
afternoon nl 3 o'clock conducted nt Ihe all want to sec more of his cheerful GKAUK Gcnevlcv B; and Lay Matting
Phillips, Mildred Pearce, !May Blanche ..,, 9x12 Velvet I t Art Square.Floral
home by Rev II. Dulill, and nt the graby \' In Tuesday .
was nncl left
presence at this
Redding, Joel \\llklnson, Mary Wilkinson without chargeVa hove $9.00 to $15.00 each.
the Masonic lodge, of n hlcli deceased office some samples of bright f;: a Urge
was an honored member Inlcment fruit. Mr. Kent said the fruit was grape from Daisy Bruce, Virginia Brannon .,..;.4 assortment nf patterns' in China Oriental I pat
was ln\\ cst View four bud Louise Boyd. = and tern. Price $ 5.UO. $1.00 per week I
cemetery a year and that there were 21 I TWBL.ru GttADB Grl/clla Merrill Japanese Mattings to select
grapefruit in one cluster-of which our EvaSlenp, Irene Leeks-, Sidney Brown,, !:J:: from. 2oo; to tOo per yard $5 cRRh. $1 r..r w..k.1f.tC .
simples were a part. Rolt. Hulchinson, Dcllierl Gilpatrick. -
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WIle ffmr grtnu' G L Knight and Dr. Slpprcll of

riorahomc were before the board of A Club Woman's Appeal. J. H.
SEWING MACHINE. County Commissioners on Wednesdnj : YELVERTON Jr.
ROLLER BEARING. with a petition for a road at that place. ,
HIGH GRADE. It Is more than likely that Iho board As tho Stale Federation of Woman' :
will do something to aid this progress\c[ Clubs Is to meet In Pal.ilka, from the 17tllo M
community, In \iewof the fact that it Ihe 21st of this month, ll behoove :t Complete Home Furnisher,
lies In one of the richest agricultural all good clti/cns of our little cily lo"spruce : .
sections of Ihe county. up" for that Interesting occa i
slon. To put on our "best bib and tt= Chase
i Leather Couch.
Rev. A. G. Wardlnw, D. D. of Union
luckur" 'Ph
for Iho of this
entertaining body j one I 109
f. C. will Palafka Fla
Ifyon wnntelthprn VlhrntlngShnttta Rotnr? Presbyterian occupy church next pulpit Sundnv.of the of women, representative of Ihe bes ) $1500, $1.00 per week S
bhuttld or auitmo! 1 hreiul Chain element the towns from which thev
[ &U&.Mfcowliiff
Aim hlne write toNIC morning and evening Ur. Wardlaw,, : come. C1hL1l1lll.1ItI'LlI.L'!<::LT'llTLJ"1'f'''''!ni ....." ." ." _________ ""
NEW HOME 8EW1NQ MACHINE COMPANY comes on invitation of Iho pulpit committee It must be admitted that Palalka Is no t1rf'1'1'1'tll"f'Jrl'.I'l'Irlrl! >111:'UlI1I1:!iHl11'f1tt1i1t1i iWiflfHffllll111Ii.iiml..I'ft'l iUfi'
Orange, rVlaa** and the committee earnestly desires looking Its be.llu.1 present. It seems
Vf anyflw1nc machine*arc made to Mil regard IBM ofjuuHt that all members of the confcrcgi as if ihe heavens would never again
< >, but the ew Home I*, made to wear. ion and their friends bo present at these open and the rains descend fo,, j&<'rQLU..z.l Ji.ll L'IlTt1lTt."
Our Ktiarimt} never rum out.H cr\'Ices.B. cleansing of dust the 3 IIIILUIIlIt JI1I111lJ1,- ",,,III.JIlillIIIItI'WIIL'II"1II1III1! ' HUME:.*
our laden streets. Ant \ Our :Splendid: f 1II1D.IID! illIlI'I': ';1I1'fJJl':: : III
I | of
< by MulborlKMl ttonler Display
only iiI
B. Iho ladies
Dincy of Orange !Mills vtas In good of the Woman's' club
rOM SAL* BY ho city \\cdncsdiy. Mr. Dancy has, are somewhat despondent, for they are | High Class ; Palatka Automobile
R. C. Hovvell a'11hc' News has before staled, disco. exceedingly anxious for Ihe fair f ime 01 f & Supply Company,
red a valuable deposit of road making Palalka that she shall present a pleasing. jIf
I rmlorlnl on his property at Orange' appearance to the all observing eyes ol 1 '
Palatka, Fla. Mills, and he Is anxious that the counlv .these distinguished visitors. | Millinery
commissioners determine Its value with To this end Woman's club memo "Mitchell" and "Maxwell"
for Hire a view lo Its use. From samples shown bers will greatly appreciate\ all efforts ol
Proposal of Convicts he \News Mould sny that the material our residents and merchants towardsmaking Dp.li htPInll who

Tlio Bortix of Oountv OommlHslonorn of deal for hard roads. of Palatka arv.atlraclivo and interesting l'eI l our opening, I. : to AUTOMOBILES
Putnntii UmintFloilUu, will, resolve ht U this town. We would like j
< by buying The Snu Mal..oVomnns to sug .
for tlio InnHu of tho iiouiity'n ifiii\liH Httht I Club Is lontertaln \\'e sold. "- ,
!<:>tnu to bu fui* otio iimr:: .hogtniiiuK t J ,, I reliable, honest the ederatlon on Ihe after- gest lo housekeepers that trash barrels l miiny tf'nd-I: Marine, and Stationery
.. and all such hats but an" still I '"
umy ht. IIMU Ui .lH will IK oit ni4 nt J noon and etcningof Thursday, tho 18th unsightly things will not be and
'o\' ",lock p. m, on Wt"liie J ho BourU :
OrVnUII'YUOInIl"I<>IIOI"v '\*' machine.
on the right to n.Jn.t unv uiul nil l UU. Ibis city lo attend Ihe meetings In aody. as they sometimes arc, and also, if those .1 display, and 1 there is nU-tiys! I Supolips,
L. U ....UPII 1CNH: Chiilrniun, > Tho ban Maleo ladies ore to (v ho lire so fortunate as to have w atur In Plumbing and SheetMetal.Work [
ilnnril Conlltyomlnh.lonero., Fittiititu STRONGEST GUARANTEE. their yards, would use It liberally something new to attract
to ij
transporltlion and io'of !
County, li rldiiriurk range lo from this city ladies i .
'rrU'I'OUIS..nN.. I National Sewing Machine Co. I>y boat. Mrs. Geo. E. Goy desires all sprinkle sidewalks and streets It might "i interested in flue mil .
ore i>mtiniU, MDCJ' iiild bOll"l. members of the club w ho will go to this subdue the general dustiness lo some linery.HEMEMBERI. Repairing a Specialty.
Palntkit' >o\' 4tb., liHHi. ll-fl-tuj'' BELVIDERE. ILLINOIS. meeting I to let_ her_know at the coming extent H i ....
The visitors will
- meeting of the club, Friday, the I2lhist. arrive on Tuesday That we
and that evening a reception will be also have a line stock of:. lad Palatka Florida.
held by Ilia Woman's Club of Palalka. ies
D. E. Dusenbcrry of Lake Como spent Wednesday and Thursday morning will light weight \Vinter Un it .
ome time in Palnika Monday and saw be occupied by edrruiion business. derwear Hosiery. Qloves and tj ." 'IIII'Jllr"I"III: !: RI Q._ IID! ._' iIIII !I1 '" IV ..II I INotice. II"'.'
many of his old friends. Mr. Duscnerry Thursdiy afternoon Ihe delegates will notions of all kinds. _
has been identified with the affairs go to I San: Matco upon Ihe invitation of I
[Homes for Everybody 2 -of the county for some 36 years and the San Maleo \Vomans club and while For the Hen.We Notice of Meeting ot Ihe StoclihoU"
says that in all that time he has never ihere will have Ihe rare opportunity of Al'P0"' Company.To .
"* are notlfcd that Pass Book of The Eameot
een tho day when the prospects for hearing an address by Dr. John Clifford No. 1607 Issued
rowlh looked so bright. I'roipcrlly formerly Professor of Forestry of Cornell: want' them to remem Ings Ic.! Trust Co.by baa the East Florida Say the Stockholders of the Ewnei
seemed lo be In the air, and not Palalka University, and now of Cocoanut Grove, ber that we clean, dye and 10.2'J.2t been lost. Company!and all persons Inlcreslca.TAKB '
lone, but all Iho small places In Ihoounty 1'la. This will be a great treat and it Is re-block all kinds of :Straw.: B. c. GREEN. NOOTCB:! Thnt on Noorota20th
Dwellings built to order (' were coming In for their share hoped thai many from Palalka will avail Felt, Panama and Stiff 1 I 1900, at 10 o'clock o. ""., 'Ib
your There was considerable building In themselves of this chance to hear a fine : Hats. Nice pure Onorirla Can. Syrup store and place of business of Ihe L cCbmpany "
progress at Lake Como, and there would lecture. Means of transportation will be ''lilt UCJ I" 'r-tlifhf' OHim. 2>_' lb.. I6u| In Palatka, Tloridn a mceUn
And sold on the be lot if Ihe Miss Kale L. 5 lb.. 25o; II Ibs, TOo. said .ony wll
lave to a more citizens ex- found for those wishing to attend. Irlilay Lucas UuniMntned to of Ihe stockholders of com|
ectcd to accommodnto the peoplo whore is a business day for the convention .tt"bMolut..lv pur. and rr..sh, at bo held for the purpose of laking nt.cc'
to winter at that pleasant resort.Capt. and Saturday they depart for their rn"1i"t" ']"1tnlt' \} Ool
Easy Payment Pla B. F. McGnuv of Buffalo Bluff homes Have snld company from Ten Thoii] *
you ever tried Dullnl'iand
merchants Gralnger's noccilesf Thousand
If our wherever Ills
to Twenly
RIld ). I'. Tenny the sage of Federal Finest and freshest I>'
would display the club colors In Iho cily. for this nn electionvl
Point met In front of Kupperbusch's hotel There is no use of purpose
yellow and green. It would be a Hunting held said stockholders.
compliment by
If you want one, come and see me at Wednesday reminiscent and their Both talk these was Intersilngly honrcd to tho Slate t'ederation and greatly u rou rut for a utnt'A to not vuur bUN FOR SALE-Nice 5 room cottage THE EARNEST COMPANY: :-; ,

cltl/ens of tho county are npproachng -- appreciated. Hoping that we will all 110'bPAIUBU Unit UIIVOIIH!: ICyi.il wlio. hunt.. .. dny )"u ,., UW! noaern Improvements, Granolithic sidewalk By 1.d.! M. EAKNK T, PrcsWon''
once at my office. No.1. Canova Build I close to th. four score mark Mr.'enn work together for achy beautiful at all '"i.'J'J.'i"' '' tlmn W8 con uoulil. or for''' anLoVlRW ; lot 50 x 200, worth |1,5U to dote A. K EAUMSS', Secretary.Gralnirer .
> having a few months the advaat- time's but especially for Ihe 17lh to 21st .. : "id"Irk. 'or *l>250 cash' p- J. :OIiII.: 1O.22..t
ing. Office Hours: 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. age In age, and he will be 80 next June last., I am Yours respectfully 'n UOlh came to Putnam county In 1865!- A WOMAM.. ''b bl'yule ,....v "'''",. IIl1fO"" flUb has built up bl" grocer
Immediately after tho war-and have E. O. EARLS I FOR SALE-Nice 8 room Residence, business!I Reason Is: Fresh "oodl 0
F. J. Cunningham. bad marked Influence I In. shaping Its Generally debilitated for year*. modern Improvements. Lot 100 :z 150, lowest prices. See him.
destiny since. They have been friends tlad elok huadncheSr lacked umb- 117 >""non Htreat Palatka. Florida.' "8 of the best homes In tb* city.
for more than 40 years. Both are 'well ion, WHS worn-out"nd Ml luii-down. Worlh $3,000 to clovo: quick for $3,500 FOR SALE-3S acres load' 3 Icre
irrserved and active men for their years Ourdoek Blood Bitters muds me nwell FOR RENT-51 rtsb. P. J. DECK. 10.3:1-11.: bonrlnv grove. Balanc u (00'.
room house orange
and News trust that their woman" Mr. Chut. |B ludv Is In florldo.I
the. remaining Freltoy
nr bllih l land M there
potato .
days nay be their belt days. Moaiap, Conn. .( H"ff.'XTri 'yrnl. Apply. to a COWS FOR SALE. A and Lewl. vBB: *
DoJga > mile
ilreel. lo .///'II./ JIO N.lhh IIreet. 11-5.3& *city.
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