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

PALATKA, FLORIDA,, Fill I)AY, NOVEMIJhR 12, 1009\ *1. Per Yea!'.


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I The umlurttlicnuil I"'roby" HHI-OII to 1 I WOE/ WILL mm iiTKS AKEfl?! ..
nHHOuiatiMt :
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'I p.thulitUHOifttliu'''lliu<.IvNioi' 01 WlllDll hU'AlKuK Ill'O: !IllirUbV F' I.tKI""'""') : I ; CITYJEXT WEEKWhen BY EXPLOSION.. I.' ; ,

lolluvxlng AU'llULKH ;
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RATION Hhull D. .
A Little ultuiter L'oiiHtlluto nnd. .,; Palatka Will Entertain ; Boiler Gas Plant -
::n 'I tlio 'Imiuiinuu of Itttlun at Explodes
tt coraiii
lisw. I Florida
Federation of iWo-
Ft its'r. I With Awful Force
Tim men's Clubs. Jjf I
nniiio of
thlttvonioiiitlMti) !
flA'Kll'A nluill I i .. '
KI'KL' : AND I.( K H'l'l : of Pa- Killing Two Men Inatantly and Par.tiaiiy ROYAL
OOMl'ANV.of IMIiitfcti, J'ldi-liln, : Many Ladie. of Social 1 and'
: I ; I t name Literary Wrecking Plant.
tilpltl OfllCWHIKl ; :
tliu (iiutory plllft) Of I htlHllll-Mit, .1 I \ :: was Prominence Will be Present
Uounty:: l.nrtlii Him ;1I I hutncli tlMi!:: (;omiiuny oillium. \ \:,: Iii: : :. acci At 4:45: o'clock Tuesday afternoon the
tiibllNluid ttt iiiK'li otliui, plnct'S In inny tlto : homo The Pnlntka Woman's club has nbolll boiler In rear of and attached lo the
Of Hoi'ltlil or t''IHt Iut.m... ".- nlll' 1>. perfected arrnnftemcntti for the entertainment plant< of Ihe Palatka Gas Light and Fuel
Chat on by Ihu Uo"rll 01 IIretoiuu.tt1OONI. In ft next eek of thu dd"lInles 10 the Co. exploded with terrlffio force, com- ; BAKINO' POWDER .

Thfl ; ) ", place: annual meeliiiK of the Moridt. Fedcrn- plelely wrecking (tint portion of the ;v '

rhiimu-tiHl,Roiicrnl, by iifiturnor wukl i'(, t tin 1 IIINIIWNN' t .. 1 nnd lion of{ Women's Clulia. building In which the electric dynamos Abscy Pure :
iorutt| |lou. Ktutll
I.AI To mil'ry on Ihu lmnjin-HH. of There ore some Ihiily or moro nffillated are located mid InManllv l.iIIlllgVak.r, fr.
dredging or othfru lw ohtiiitilnu / one clubs In the state, and as each club Croomer anti Marshall Smith, two efficient I most dellclous .
tlit Mull Hii.titbio' for tliu 1 iHiipOM'M) of 1 Is entitled to send two delegates, and as nntl {faithful colored employees of .: Makes the finest* :'

pIitnr fiiotiu-liiH, I'numk'tilHiimi: itiul,' : ft>rtlll/i: uUt'mlrul>:iM.: Hurt. ,I UUH'!: :::::::;:::, I I1 In hero I will bo nany'Islllllg club women I the company. biscuit, cake and \ ,a 'I

I ll>1 To iiiLmt, ilrt'dHo tirothi'iM IH.. ': in In addition to I lie delegates I II I vlllbu The force of the explosion shook ,i
,4r.
Shoos from Ihe Hull. tmiUimi um'ful fur I p :' seen that 1'alntka Is to be specially hon. buildings for some distance and sent n ( ,,, pasfrycOflVeYSIOIOOd

eat none 1 eoIn5uiIs iimmuiK-turiMtf iou 10 clu-mlriilrt" uiul I the ored. shower of brick and mortar Into the air II the most beoltlif ul of ,
or ovlittiHlnu illHpuitcof tin1 hlIuIIIIpi.rI tmiuv U" I care. In addition to our own Florida IndIes which scattered and fell for several .' $ '<
pUHllk HO n
tiNt to,>und!io\ mimtittu'liirc' ttttms .11,1" \ : \ is from other Males, several of u'horn will In the Prcsbyli'rinn\ church were broken "' ,, "

OWIl.VOIlHtlllltt supply, Knoll'"IIo"'r llHIMS IdltMMld| tO niul,Hl.|| lil\e: Imporlnnt ,pans I In the meellntfH.Amonif bv the force of the explosion and ninny "- .. : \' "
vt oi'otln'rulijM 1 I.n Dinl.o liill of{ the of slate In the roof .
y iictiulrtr nnil iIiiu.t. Major these arc Miss lira piece were
I'him-ry, gals ititH.iitM., HU'iuu: ..:: :; ::,::i : (;011- for several yeaisdenn of Uarnard college, lifted out. The shouer of brick fell on i'

uny purposes nuuuHbUiy of inuiiufuL'tuiiii%lu,'tuI ratl, holding Itula.n( / t most the woman's affillnled under'irrndtiulv: the streets nod blllldings'ns far as lemon 44OJzuefrFilttI" :

tog' UMlnu! or diHtiibiitJiiu: : unn, iunl t>r I (he department Columbia L'il\eislly' and street nnd one brick went completely' ;
Vd ) 'lo inumiliictmu' : buy.M'll: unit ,: : a oman: of \\lde experience in educational through Ihe roof of Gerbrr&Soll'sslore.
Not many years ago, lugrtulltmtH ally dim)11" iLlll/crH a fad nil of Lit.. \ the and philanthropicork.. Tho boiler was parted by the explosion .
now or tlmt ,
knew of such'II.. uht'ti In tint iimimhicluiuot many,tliJTii." ln-ri' 1 I I I of Then there will be Miss Laura Clay, one part hiltlng Iho building containing :
no one I tu). To own, liMtitu, L'uiirttnu-t, I city. daughter: of the late lien. Cnsslus M. tlio dynamos: and wrecking It,
ehiu ttr, tHiKtiuo hll'l', or optMiito In l I I who while nnolher took an opposite dl .
IIU'. fell In Clay of Kentucky, wa envoy extraordinary part -- -
guaranteed pat. H of tliu corpoiiuloii. - - -
$''''
thing as a uflti, (litulxfMt II Kb ttii... und Lull\' tat'h., : anti minister plenipotentiary rection mid 50 feet away struck the "l'
Shoe- O( Wtlll'l' L'lllfl. TO o"n. U'llHU ... I of the United Stales lo Russia during the ground plowing a furrow several feet TO HAVE SCHOOL CHILDREN
eat Leather maintain ,und opciatu wliiir\t'N, ""'..- I administration of President Lincoln. deep and 15 feet long. Of course there '
uiul dt'potx' for cm')lng uu tlio Ilst I the l-edeniliou I is Mrs nnllitnir left of the boiler house.
1 he of was
tlio president
Today- otlurwlHuiicitiliu cuipuriiiloii; : ', ,;! to it'iif uiiu-liam',:'stu.(:' ;IIr:: I:li:: :;; :I I Tlios. M. bhacklcford wife( of one of The bodies; ; ; 'of the men were found lying WHISKYELECTIWYou PARTICIPATE -

property" nnd ut wall or nioitznn( tin* I the Justices of ,the supreme court of together some 20 feet away. Death ,

It reigns supreme overall lund to HiihHvrtbt built H of* foio\s otntT: 'it t'orpotatloiiM puri'hnttH; : and, :not:' :I : ; I I Florida was pronounced instantaneous by Dr. Can't Lose Tom Keating !In' Masonic Corner Stone Exer-
tattoo of law; to borrow nionov nnd i Tho 1 program of{ meetings anti 1 entertainments Sleen. They were not recount/able, I
footwear x curl, the HIIIUU hy RItual goge(tk'taI of I while not completed ctcry and they were not bully manglail. !Many Very Easily. f cises of New Court House.

I otliurulHu, uiul lo ij"rully! do a ml .. I detail is sufficiently advanced to permit bones were broken.Immediately The Pnlatka Masons led by Past GrandMaster I
'all und any' net ni'utlUil und inu',' yet When Judge Wdeclslol sustain
The factory stands be. I oairyoit lliu boat lntsn, or tliu i-o> ,)(" : I the publication of tile following, ofter the explosion w hlch ing the action of the county commissioners Judge E. E. laokel. are busily
and to varutfnjov nil poas irs and, I subject lo change ; was witnessed by many on the streets In the'Tom engaged in of exercises
hind every pair- !I eaea uiMi'ulaJ inc'Ulcntul toiiaiiuiiit'tutliiK"tul' I I J J : '1 he I'nlalm"omnn's: : club will hold n and the noise of which was heard allover for denying wet or dry K'atni petition received prepnrll1J laying of Ihu, cornerstone
n
i-bn II1cdonl
oorplu'amttomta. 't-rt-d and I \ns
i ed undt'r tlio lava: of tilt: Stilt of: !I \ :: / reception on Tuesday evening; nt the the city, tho people rushed 10 the last Friday morning, some new Putnam counly court

And we sell the onlyones I (f) Tho: nmount hrl:: thu on pit! 'at 1 I residence of Miss Mulhollnnd for the scene.{lIe the horrors of which will not thought it would be the last of Keating. house, to take place Thursday, December ,
I tlllHCOIUOIIlllull I IU FlfT'i' '1' delegates \lbltlngclubladies. Tliu soon forgotten. The old for 2d. *
mnn was disappointed
in Putnam County I AND lJUl.LAUH (II u'H'J', dUldfd I II music for this reception will be by a The building boilers and dynnnu a only n day or two before he had offeredto In this they have been assured of Ihe
hundred (MUt' ahari-H or tile vulm' *
I : par : :: I specially trained orchestra under Ihu. direction were Insured of the school .
I ilundrcd Dollum l 1104.1101' ') iMM-b," ; III I II bet big odd* that the jnd lge would consent county superintendent -
Backed by this I of thHiwtd, L'ltpltnlniuvkHliiill I !., ptt) I II of Mrs. \\ lll. U. Tllghmnn.edncsday Less than three weeks ago the Inspector reverse the decision of the commissioners for an enlistment of all the
I lawiul inoiu'.v or tliu rmtcd Hliit-H I II \\' morning nt'9 o'clock will of the Hartford Steam"'Holler Inspection and order the election.But .chool children of the county to take a
I i I property or ttt'uliM's.iind tlui balikiK-o' t i i iI '! be held of{ the board of directors nnd Insurance Co. made an inspec
:
meeting If there hitch the
Bona fide a can't lose Tom 1 Keating so part. Is no In plans,
ciipital HUuk Hlmllw\ pn'>iiblf Ill' I you
I I ertv lit II,r or $wiki: : :at: u" i List \.llIlIUI; i ;: ; I II and lion of this boiler and ho reported It as easily-especially as other people's judge I Hnskcll says It Is probable that between
Guarantee.Patent I 'Ixo flJUMl'; by tbcliit'orporatoiH. or 1110.,.,. I II At 10 a. m. the Federation proper will sound. is paying for the work. 800( and 1UIIA) school children will *cli
Uinm>tlnuvalli,>d foi ttint pinpoM' with solo There has been some Inlk about the. money
the a piano be-
I open at Armory. and offering present to the occasion.
ty, Jnlmr or mi"'\1..11I11)111... IH- ,)\/ 1 I II He soon recovered was grace
I or paid for \\lth fapltiiUtoi'k, I tit u JUKI / |I by Miss Irene Leeks, Mrs. Shackloford. lack of water or the pumping of cold to bet $1,000 that ho could get up a petition The Mrs Regiment bond of 20 pieces, -
I Htlon of Hiii'h pioncrty. !lithoi-or ,, I the Federation president will preside. water Into the boiler us being the cause weeks wIth thousand Jacksonville, has been engaged for the
; two
n a
I bHMxt'd'by; tinlioaid: ; of ,I HlH'i'toi'; : : :;f \ I II Addresses of welcome lbe\\ l delivered of the explosion, but this Is shown lo be names| lo it. But when a man who has day and will give a grand band concert '
ut n Uib "I1I1'd foi
tompiiny iiH'ftliiB
I purpo.I'' I I : by lion. I Ilowell A. Davis, Mayor, unfounded by the experts. the money offered lo go lo the bank and on the grounds at the conclusion of the
I THIIti I and !Mrs. (>eo. E. Gay, president of the The verdIct of the coroner's jury given put it up on a proposition\ that Mealing Masonic stone laying ceremony.It .

Tilts corpultilIt ton Mhnll .M.-t foi" u 1 1oi I Palalka club. below, is based on Ihe testimony of : couldn't got -1,000 legitimate ,names, Is also the plan of the Masons to secure .'
nlntay-iilne yt'itrtt from th. ut lit"' I '1 he response will be by the first vice- iM.; Leach and D. J. Coughlin both Thomas the assistance of the merchants and

I ehu.rlIl1h.to law. .. sooner
:I FOURTH. I followed by the invocation by Uev. II. is significant too, that tho chief Inspector petition and it Is already being circulated. asked to close their places of business

Ttio l iltistIu'au. of the ....r""rllll"ll I butt Il of 1 St. James Methodist cliii,cli. of Ihe Hartford boiler Insurance. Thomns Isn't doing all the work during the ceremony.
coiultR'UMt hy n Houul of I lUiui-tors' Then will come the annual addicss of company it ho was here vcbtcrday coincides himself. There aro others. And Jacksonville Gov. Albert W. Gilchrlst who Is theDeputy

Tlut hHH tliuu Boiinl: lfiTI": ; '::I tuoru, Hhull I tliiin:: it lx..V'I'u' ; I I the president, Mrs. !Shackleford.! In the opinion of these 10cIII ex- whisky mou.y Is paying Ihe Grand Master of (he Mnsonlc'order

tlont. Vk'iM'rt'Hltlt I KiitTt'iiir\' ',.. '" I : The afternoon session will be demotedlo perls. bills.It of Florida, will be present and
; OHM neraoit hIlly h..hllh.. ( tile.> of *.'.. \ I ; 1 ,. the business of the Federation. Of course the city was In darkness doesn't much to these men make an address. .
nn,l''rt1l1om'"r Hulil Bounlof ".',- '" I IIuiti \\cdnesd.iy: evening !Miss Katharine Tuesday Wednesday nights but by that Putnam maier will be to big The c'eremoiiy of corner stono laying -
put
agent tIll of nmliorlty tIlls; t'orpoiiitioii to appoint" Aiiiiiinl nil '""" I I Thorpe of Daytona chairman of the Thursday sleam connections hud been expense. county will be In charge of Grand Master LouisC.

tllgH Of t Ito MtOLkholili'l'MMltllll )Is' lll'ltl, I cIvIcs committee, w III make her report made with the N. J. Tilghman & Sons Thoy 1 are bound to sell wll.ky In Massey of Orlando.'
uiliiulpul tItle of I lit- ,'turioa'III, Ion I accompanied by slereoptlcon views fol- mill and KM was made, so that gas consumers I'II lk If it is possible to consent It is the purpose of the committee to I 1
J-lritt- Moiuluy In l-i'luuiir' In uti-h. \ I % Miss l of had Huh Thursday night. : I
00..11 ; I on loued by an uddress by Clay on of voters. secure special excursion rules on all the -
Shoes ml at noon wlik-h, or UH Ibo lioiiMl tlit'reiiiti'i of I HlKu-torH, ,till 1"11". I, I :' Kentucky on "Civil Service Reform." The smaller of the two electric dynamos In order to get that consent they must railroads and boat lines entering Pnlalkn /
Leather
duly\ t'lt'oU'U b>' vlio ,itot'khnlilt.. 'I l I t' Thursday morning; the report of !Mrs. was also In operation on Thursday bring on an election.To ,for thut day, and make tho Iccnslon one
GUARANTEED NOT TO BREAK!: utiull lii\\ri for'In niioiilt'il tlir go"'OI'1 ut tin' oinmil/iillou of I lit'. i ..rJ> ':1"1 I I i j S, J. Hilburn, chilli mall of the collInlItteeoat : night and electricity was furnished to get an election they must presenta of lasting memory to all the people of
: I
t::: will be light dwellings and stores.
Household, Economics the
log of thu "toaktiolil.rsoL'itl. _!" .soon. I !! L3 1'1 petition containing the names of one- county. -I
; nluirn, "linn-lion.! I 1/11111I". urN i sented followed by an address on Justice M.isliall: held an Inquest onedneiday fourth of the registered voters of Ihe Tho full program will probably be ,:-

I We stand behind leather the patent ShIll DlttUtlllKtllU\I iiHvuiiiliii.ini' 'lHMllll: : t bj 01 t'\\'I" ,Hlllll,\,lola tlir that 111)1' :::::: :: topic by !Miss Agues Hams, Instructor In \\ : and after found listening the. following lo much county ready for publication next neck.
"Burrojaps" lit "Kor- for the
vu..onH8I1.1. oilloors: domestic science ut the stulu college testimony. jury 'I he petition lately turned clown by
..
5 rect Shape" shots' we vouch JOHN HltllniAKII.' I'll Hill,-III mill 1 women at Tallahassee.: verdict: the conmlssloners-Imd whose action RODMAN ITEMS. .
for Its reliability absolutely. I,.. M. I'HIHIU.I.M: VI.I': ,", ,liU'in.K.T. '1 lie afternoon and evening sessions of "That Waiter Croomer and !Marshall Judge Wills su.lnll1od-lalrly reeked
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You a free If the H.tUHMY. Hi-fiDlni Fla.'S held Sun Ma111'0. Smith the 'Mil day November! 19T( 1'
get new pair AIIIII..,. riillonlnii |1'lr.OI'| .: the federation will be ut on with fraud.Tho Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Cummings are entertaining .
patent leather break through JOHN' KTonnvRii.I K.: M. tIl ;" \\ hen the Fedeiation and oilier club came lo theIr death from an explosion of county commissioners went overit ( Rev. and Mrs. J. U. Ilollcy of
before the first sole is worn H. II. Mi kilN that I K T. HAUHM1.. I I !ladies: will go as guests of{ the San ;Mtiteo the boiler it the Palatka Gas: Light & carefully and struck off. several hundred Louisville, (ia., this week. -
t through.Another. 1I1II"f,1t ". ; | l I club who melopiovlde transportation 1'uel Co. iilanl, which was apparently! names, and when they
thing about these 'J'bll*' lutz h..t Of "' '''' and supper. Ur. John Clifford foimerlyprofessor caused by a fracture unclyr the cap joint' were still 813 names gollhrolllhIhero Rev. J. K. Holey preached! two ablesermons
hoes lliimllly Ihl.I''lUrlll'LII| shnll nt lily t'nieisily luck of tile dome of the boiler, nnd lel. In church.
-THEY: FIT. You Hiil>jtu of Fut e.try at Columbia : Pending the appeal to Wills, Bnltst The -I
wouldn't wear a hat that hurt HunilrtKlTliinisniul. MH'KUII, I HolliirH.' \ is expected, address the Federation which fracture could not be delected by the attorneys for the commissioners choir gave nt these ser
jour head or gloves that made .MIVUl.Tliunniiiioniul ] \ I in the evenlnjr.On outside. examination or inspection.C. found, TWO HUNDRED AND THIR vices. At the evening hour the anthem
lures on year hands. 'Do not r.NtIa.ila'a'a. or tile"Uh01' > I i'riday probably will occur the I. Rovvton' ForemanL. TY-TWO more names on tim list of Too Late" was beauiUully rendered by
shoes lu llnMw Artuth'H of 1"" '>lI"rlltl.| the Louisville i C. Smith, Messrs. Thomas, Porter and Mrs. B.
; wear that pinch or bind. till the nil III'0'1'or.liMi.'.8iil.ai. / : address of MissRowttof parties who said Ihe signing of Ihelr J.
V.
Get FITTED with ."Korrect xxtlinr lor b'PIII'II. ur,, its 1..11""a: Kindergiirlen association and ;Mis. 1'rankK. \Vrn. Coffee, lames WAS NOT Ihelr act and deed. I I Ilollcy and _Mrs. I IL, S. Cummings.

Shape and they'll fit as Niiinu' Ui'Hlili'ni'i', NninlH'r ( I Jennings of jIIcl: long as them. Frank' .M.OIilHliuliii.Hiitiiiiimli.lin.l : In the evening of that day Miss Laura Harry Caine,
wear I
you I t. It Miii-tlii: I petition .names of a few of the most Smith, of Palalka- have been the guests
I 1 1Kr Drake Gill will deliver her address on John Cannon Jurors. substantial in the But tho C.
Jonn HUiilitnril I men county. of Mrs. J. Porter of this place.
BUT A "
PAIR JODAY before IhoeXl'lo.lon
>.a i. feminity, the "Economic Status of \\"ollleu.Ii. Not more titan u moment great of slgnnltires-TIIRER I
.11 'tIle.. W Ill'rOOf, HI lltIM* tliln, ','" )\ .. Gill is a woman of gient ability in !Mr. Con. 15. !Marvin manager yUMlTKRS of th"m-wo.o of Irresponsible The many friends of Mrs. R. L. Br'anlTO
si'iilH,
The BURT & PACKARD CO. 0111' luinilminil NOVi'ltl, b'S'ii. III. 'lid A.. I I'our. IIKIII.t her chosen field and her coming address of tile plant, had left the hollerhouse negroes. >* rejoicing lo know that she -
Makara.Drrnikton. (layof t imii'iti' JOHN MKinnMii>. (.. ) H f 1 r & .is heralded as one of the leading features after making an Inspection. I Ho l Many who signed the former petitionwill proving so rapidly, after having under
tnlltui'ill: I 11. II. MAHI'IN; ,I'. I'' ::::: of the session. was in the yard at the time, not lull feel not sign the present one. They gone a very serious operation in Dr. -

JMhua* &p (:iHlKlll'fl HlKllI'd, )) I'!'..'M.1'. .H.U'IBY t'lllHIIIIJ.M. \,.. Miss Edith Hubbard of Federal Point awny and talking: with Tom \Vilsouucoloied are dlslUhle.1 with the fraudulent prac Holmes' Sanitarium at Valdosta, Ga. -

.'" ,fcte. OV GRolll1"l( ]; ( a voting lady possessing a highly cultivated I carpenter. circulators. Many who Mr. and II. S. CummIngs are iil,
(lUTe president of the \rs now
severul solos !Mr. (}. I halley,
tUlUNlY ov,1' I II voice, will render opcr signed say they did so because of misrepresentations. having a magnificent residence,
disturbed
> lln> has been greatly by
mt company
the evening.
'rtlf\ IhIl11..lor. during which will add
lirruhy ci the
greatly to
b"autyof
..
until" "' entertained at thin fill cnlaslrophy more especially
In unit lur will be uv\ : ,
authority
The delegates A
Iriiiuil uomoiuiilv I ,',M 1 I tlu* .lI lilt : ''I:: and of the death of two old and great many who signed before wi Main and Broad streets. ,, .
:.tutu l'John Htoclaiinl: :: :i nii'iu,| |t.: M.l I'lil-iinhn.' : >I ( the homes of local club looked members forward, faithful because employes. lie expressed hImself hosllnto to do so again now that Tho Misses of Columbia,
knou to nu convention Is being know McDanie
H. T. t4llUi'y Ihe an election( will cost the people of
Our stock of lurtln Hint who "M'Io.d I lit' occasion of rare pleasure and to the News as being grateful to tile Putnam S. C., arc week 10islt -,
ie uvt'riil |jnr'uiH' to as an more than ONE;; ,
,, rull 'kIlU" county Ihelr sister Mrs. McNeil.Rev. .
oliiH InirUT nnil '\i 11 people for 'theIr expressions of sympathy ,
Pxi'vllltMl tin1 Mllllli1 for tile profit. _ _ _ of ofI s hich THOUSAND DOLLARS
hat ttlf'y therein ntnli'il.Wllni' and offers/ help-many And that even were the election lo be \Vm. Stones of Tluvlc. Fla., -
) ,
nil nuriiotti.1)/ olllollil? mill nl have coml.llo him.'alt.'r spent a part of last week
.. Imiiilnlul called the chances the of
my ,,, POMONA NEWS.Mrs. arc people would
of No had been with Ihe
llrtl iluj \ Croomor
| nnnll toi'itttl thlii \ repudiate the saloon by Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Cummlngs. Rev. ,
an more
ClothingUnderwear- A. Ii. 11451.tNtgilIal, GF.OHOK: ){. \\'EI'VM: company most of tile time for the past overwhelming majority than.vei they did Stones preached at the Baptist Churchon
"' )Notary I'lihlln, I'liiilliuin Drake nnd son Irving Drake 20) years He was a good citi/en nod a two years ago.INTERL.ACHEN. Sunday, Oct. 31st., and his sermon -
(Roal) Mvcomniliuluuvinlrv I > have arrived from Hampton, N. 11. an,1aro faithful, industrious employe. His funeral was very much appreciated. His many

I Jotico of Application for Letter again located in their co/y homo was held at Emanuel Methodist( friends were delighted to greet him
HKBKHYOIVKV: .hllt for the winter. church at 2 p. m. Wednesday and ITEMS. again.
IH
NOTIOK Itt tli, attended. He leaves n wile
tlivrool. was largely
Unto
v ilttvn nftor I Ill arrived Mrs. II. S. will entertain
Imu'il wllIlIl'Jllv to tIlt Hoiiornlilu, of .' Rev. M. C. Welch has also and seven children. E. n. Scott wife nnd daughter Ha/el, with a six Cumming
.. of thoHtiilo Conn. and has openedhis Thursday
aiflirlatlltuiiior I'liti lit f Iom i H.trtford: Marshall Smith had been employedwith have returned to Springfield, ohIo. after
I evening In honor of
,rth lamiuni-a,,Hl or Lotion "lt; > \ pretty cottage on lake Uronard.Miss the company for some three years, a few month spent here. Mr. I birthday., Ir. Cummlngs'
iroiioi n''lzlm'I\J '. III1IA- Scot '
om\'I!\ ATJl) : ) .hll Ethel Smith has returned fronv n I and was a good man and, citizen. Ills found It to his better financial I

Hats.- nlntlui, Klorl.lii. 'l'h"tlio oilBllml Huurotary oi \\to long visit with )Mrs. I K.;; L, F.ames nl I funeral was held at Mt. Tabor Baptist go back to their old home, Mr. Cummings' big hunting camp at Ifl
olllee of I ,' which a large number of
on Ilio In tin 01 chiircli, nnil, was also largely intended guests from a
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Florliln.' to Ash ton.W. Miss llattlo Fraser has distance
iTiillflhuiiwo to Gaines-
d"y..r < lIe leaves n wife but no children. gone I were present, broke up on Sat-
hid TO'1Vsaft1JH.H.M I .,
i toi ttil JOIlN I : I h atily- I II. Cook has just Installed a largo vlhie, vv here tube hat accepted a position urday, when the guests departed for '
\ \IUIN sUer In the picking clerk In a dry'goods store. their homes after
: I'JlI"Hot. [. ) I ( lug and modern orange a voting the sincere 4
IIn(1( in fact, all F.F T M., 'mt'HtV. I I'ut- I house on his place, nnd hopes to havec'l3tiiItilf Cats In the Navy.The C. Hill nnd wife .of Water- I thanks of the party to the host nnd host'

In running order by next shlix| of tlio mrvy carry more 1or'V., York, arrived Tuesday nnd ess for their most cordiaL and gracious ,
SEW1NO I house will be than t'ul.'llIloe' the dug IH a hospitality.Vodnestjay
THE WORLDS GREATEST week. This packing dogs their pretty little home is now open for I and Thursday
used by Pomona members of .tlio Citrus better nullur and flute riiHlly t rained the Inter. I were spent principally in shooting birds,

FurnishingGoods LIGhT .. or Frull Exchange, and manv thousand of but n good many 'grimalkin: go to seat I squirrels and ducks, with great success
'II
g4 / boxes will be packed there this season. under the stiirs stud! mi'lpex., Tlio dlsc'ltillno Our little post office was visited recently -I Fishing was Indulged In by some of the

H \\'. S. Mkldleton's packing house lit this of the Herrlco Is not .rulnxcd In by one of Uncle Sam's vigilant I party, tho children and ladies especially .

> ME end of town Is also in n slate' of activity, their favor end when they become committee. enjoying It. On Friday a party of gen

.S's and Is supplied vvilh good facilities for I overfed nnd Inzy they arc put aabon-. A special meeting was hel on Mon f and tlemen the went chase out on another deer hunt.
the wotk.Miss I was exciting. Mr.
CumnIull'S
day night the council -
l \\' ,,,, to .h Itt fur I thenim-lves. A rut does by perfect arrangements host of Ihe '
h.is returned lo for registration and the camp, succeded in
I I ; < Ella I'nrrolt : not stuinl rough wenllior x" well Its ,n election. killing a fine buck, and was brought
week's slay U 're, coming I
after a
.icksonvillu *
[ into
I dog or a. iiiouliey und one Imttleshlntlmt camp with much '

i I Ii complete. ; ; ::: \ ; :::I::,: :: :; I'reha.'vote tlio leaving much better Mr.from and their 11 It I. recent It.Y..Illness Pan oil of world started with on ten the cuts voyage returned round wltU the the May A. be C. something L. to have less one of than their Joke freight to Jacksonville the same day had, Mr.an exciting\ eUlhu8las.. Gerow time kill On of I

I fever. only one. nil the rest bavins diet! on engines jump tho track, on the spur ing a wild pig some distance from
t haul till !Miss Margie VIsIt of{ Palatka spent Saturday here running to the gravel pitbut Us certainly camp and which he put In a sack and ,
J her grandmother, the way. _ I fuinlshed place to and a topic carried to camp. Before
I and :Stinalaylthi I go he had '1
: : :::t. ::: ;: .. : I I of Interest the his accom
Fearnside f :: : ; elt- I I Mrs. Drake. Croup Cured: niul Ulillci'n LifeSuvcJ. i to villagers. plished task the pig proved to be a -
veritable
", !Mrs. II. A. Perry and !Mrs C. T. Mr. and, Mrs. S. M. Coburn and Miss "hog In the bag." Saturday

''In- Rogers have been on (lie sick list, but 'It atTurdu ma grfiit plensura; to Mary Furls Coburn, nnd J. r. Porter and J.was bherrouse spent on another deer hunt, Mr. W. I,,

I ,' 01' are Improving.Ve add my testimony tu I Inn' of Ibis wife spent a pleasant day plcnlclng at Tho being the captor of tho day.
: :"H" forget rhotinancl.. who have linen h">n, firedoy Cm'letol on Thusduy, with the soldier evening during the week were do
I \ hope our friends will not colony located there. ; around the camp flro ,
Chniiiliorlittn', Cough It ine1y.My ,
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tile V. I. A. telling tales and
be by jokes
given each
r Clothing the supper to other. -
: child, Andrew wlion o.ily I Uir'c' 1
Mr. and
... o. on Nov. 1'Hh.' It is going to be a good : Mrs. E. S. Brewer nnd Mrs. Reporter. '
'n'. with n < vnrf titlark .
,, III si pper-chicken, ham, salads: nnd nice v ,11 waS 'Ik"l1 FVI ': ) IIllI things too numerous lo mention. All .t crtup. HI d riiiMili. to th. on Monday by Rev. S. St. James Methodist Church.n.

: J!! j
Co. i \ :; r J and readings during the evening.Mrs. and hpnlthy. boy Mrs. Z. Rushing and Miss Janet 'drove Services iiext
'A : I: :: t I of he U n robust pay Sunday as follow*: '
': : : I r11 ; H. Pcndlcton Is very ill\ at her Mrs. A. Coy Jr. of Hart Antonio, lo Grondin to make I visit for a short 4:4): a. m. Sundny school

-... _,. ,..tINoIlnt.lt" ,\;,., llttlo home, and being rather old! nodI.'eblebh"r Texan. ThU rAndy linn been In time. 11:00 a. m.-Divine Worship.
t iIJ,' I : lends, arc quite concerned DUO for many ypurs. Thousands of W. A. Griffith of Vaidosta. Gt. and i:00: p m.-Junior League ,s
) ,
Lemon and Third | ..'".' '- I Chol....,. :::: :: l: ,:: :,:, :: : Uulllt-,,:)' mothers keep It nt 11111. .end It hn, T. A. Gardner of Jacksonville "orl rear.Islcred 130 7iO: p m,--.Senior League

; i! uttlS or.11II11'* )tawilInWrfill '" dm11 I \V. S. 'and C C. Mlddlcton made trips never b..n known AolifrrnmnSUwnrtDrn at the Lake view. Thechurch Evnnjrelistie service.
stile will
For
, Palatka. NEW HOME IEWING MACHINI... W. A. ( > 1'lIlalklllu.1 ,'."ek. ,{ CA bv Dr. H. Lee of Lake RUller was hereattendIng shouJLb.weather bcomrorlbly. heated '

I'I, orange. M. I / '.. IfS Wnlilron uud A*"*. E. Erwin spent _____ I IUnlol' to thus wants good I
!Mrs. people
O\t '
.., -- !I.IIY...InK..achln.. )!Ii.".0"..,.,.unlalo.u.l.t ...d. 10 : ) : : : '::I :\ 1 ;:: :I''';atot'': Sunday anal !Monday with WplakaIrloids. ? Feel heavy after dlnnoi? In his Ilnu of dentistry. I enlhuslasl", prayer at th. andsocial. 1'
blat lIi :: rod? Hltlirr inii ? Com- church M"tholet.
utilatlll. UW'fllfl., OUt.oId I : 'I'nnll.con Col. and Mrs. Chas. Barrott and Mrs. Wednesday I
KU"n'F night I
"IF Oat borl..d d.al5'vol sal low?, Liver hat its wsklnuup. Cirucu 13.illou. I' r..t.of'lhO town thl
received
IT .. O. were into the .In druicnej
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COMES FROM FEARN- Itr 'L Bwgulet cures biliousftttftOks
i/ua ..TRC. .... COWS FOR SALE. Amanda Lewis D081' membership of Ihe Congregational Its own 1a5-plut> fad ig'* hi4 'l

. SIDE'S' IT'S GUARANTEED." Hovvell I 310 N. llth street. 11-5-31 Mo lit any drug; store.jjci' ."lr_ cc Sunday but. t;sion light i w5 1. .1 be a11 prayer leethdllll, l -

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THE PALATKA NEWS Concerning Congressman Frank THE OPEN ROAD. --

Clark's address in Miami on Thursday
"0, the open road, the open road
and Advertiser. night of last week, the Record of that Ho, for the open road-'tis brief; but WARREN TOPPAN, Lynn, Mass.

,,. Entered at the Palatka city saysi' wide" Wa IL
postof&ca sit Merryday Co.
" "Mr. Clark held his audience for two The revellers said-"Men tarry here, a Cured of severe compoundcold
mallable of
matter the second class.
that eloquence day-a yeAr-
hours, and at times displayed
t And they that passed beyond have died. and cough by
& and fire for which he la justly qj
Published at Palatka, Florida, on noted. The applause was frequent and They know not mirth, they know notcheer 1J,1R1.r, lu"

: Fridays by prolonged during the course of an address )
,1'' RUSSEL.LJVIOKERS. that was Intensely Interesting, Then fill the cup Vinbl"Prom :;
every moment of Its delivery." With gladness up. Crate Material
Let all the world resound with song) ,
) W.. A. RUSSELL. Caller Congressman--Frank-- -Clark-went down The silence of the grave Is long Dec. :Zoo '08. to March 1. 09.

pI _. _m .. .. _. __ __ And life Is neither hope nor fear I..1 I had three bad colds, one on top of the N
lo Miami with chip on his shoulderlast I
' other. I (tot so weak I could hardly of all Kinds.
. BRAIN BLINDNESS.Some week and no one had the temerity "0, tho open road, the open road; 1 'get aroun!. Nothing seemed to help }oI

time one of the magazines to attempt to knock It oil/ -not until after Ho, for the open road, 'tis never done" 1 me until I began to take Vlnol. The
ago The travelers said, "We journey on from change Wall magic. Three bottlescom-
. printed a story of George Westinghouse the meeting was over and Clark had sun to sun pletely fixed that compound cold and I Fruit and ll

and Commodore VanderbilL Westinghouse : left town. The opposition to Clark It sometimes seems that we are led, topped the terrible cough-and what

was then trying to Introduce his comes from Bryan democrats. Clark So devious the race we run. [\i. surprise me most, at the game time

air.brake and finally secured an interview refuses longer to follow the lead of the So strangely are our spirits fed. It cured me of asevere trouble
Whence this that fills for 20 Vegetable"Wraps.
, comes Hope our that has bothered me years.Vlnol
thrice defeated Nebraskan. And thereare
with the great chief of the New cup? Is certainly a wonderful medicine." .
York Central railroad.Westinghouse others-millions of 'em. Then What Faith Is this that lifts us up? "
talked enthusiastically there Is a difference between Clark's To that Unknown our /hearts we raise Mr.Toppan is one of Lynn's most prominent and highly respected .

tariff In songs of thankfulness and praise merchants, whose word Is ns good as his bond.
Interpretation of the Democratic .
Vandcrbilt giving only an occasional .
platform and the Interpretation put upon For goals that never shall be won.Elizabeth The reason Vinol is so successful in such cases Is because it 'm II'
grunt lo Indicate that he was listening.
Finally, Vanderbilt Interrupted by askIng <. that dubious document by the able editor N. Barr. contains. the two most world-famed tonics- the medicinal, strengthening :

: of the Miami Metropolis. Clark takes body-building elements of Cod Liver Oil and Tonic Iron. Pal tka Florida.

"Young man, do you mean to say you the Gen. Hancock view, that "the tariff A PUNJAB CIRCUS. Your Money Back U You Are Not Satisfied. ,

train of with wind?" I Is a local issue" and his course in congress -
can slop a cars
Westinghouse asserted he could. has been to secure for his constituents Program, In "Punch and Jab" English, Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co., Palatka. !
aa Good as the Show.
he could under the
"Well, all I can say Is," concluded the every advantage
The sun never sets on f'> English -- .-. h_ _. _
of the --
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prevailing policy government, __
commodore, "that I'm too busy to listen Innnruazc. This overdose of sunshine ""'7
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to d-d fools." rather than make academic howls to the sometimes s-----------=--:;:=+:._ -+ -_ .
warps It out of shape. In --s.: :: :: ; ;;: ,.
The greatest railroad man of hi. time gallery In advocacy of the tenets of the Malays It becomes "pigeon" In Couldn't Say Anything. Hair Puffs 95C. Vtge:.:, iSS1TninafornintloiiH : == J"U.tna.r.b.: :Jb.arJr.l.a.oy: : :: 1
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There \ had been warned =
Bryan I. no doubting Mr. 'J'h.toy repeatedly =
was unable to see anything In the ln\en the south seas It Is either "sandalwood" Muatnwlmi, lit corre-
Clark' democracy and the Miami Metropolis about running to Ibo neighbors and I PAUATKA.fl.Off/OA. 1I 1/
. tlon which, almost next to the discovery or "becbe 5e titer" and among eponillngly mmlurnto terrai. Oomhlngiiinndo /

of steam Itself, has most contributed and "Jim" Alexander will find the erudite along tbe waterfront at Yokohama bail CVIMI that any bade the beat of up. Quick son'leu. Stomps taken. 1-I Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and I

to the development and safely of travel. hey have undertaken a big Job In their It Is "bnnzal. Here In a som promises before gaining: liberty. Yet ACME HAIR COMPANY Patents. ,

Vanderbilt, In this particular, had that attempts to read him out of the party- pie of a brand sometimes called no sooner was the door safely shut be- PRESOmPTIONS OARKfUL.L.Y COMPOUNDED ,

which afflict. the majority of men ta especially In view of the present uncer. "punch and Jab" English.\ It was captured hind him than be had dlsop-ionred like Biivunnnli. On. OABDEN NEED Agents Battery \

chronic form-brain blindness. talnty as to what constitutes a democrat I, olive by a Calcutta exchange editor magic. __.h _..5.Si... it '\ __+ Ste..blp... ,,?.
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I armed with his scissors In tba Jungle 'S..E. ...!!_.
.; Business men In Palatka have been in Florida.EDllllIlllUUillaSlIlllUlslJl1iI1I1II. of advertising literature that threw "Wby did his you father go to upon Gardners bin return.? demanded /Bee Grninirer Tor frrocpnen. Best In -- ___ 'n ___ ___

talking about it during the past In the olty. Prices always reasonable, IILop.a
year. : : Its shadow ahead of a native Punjab The boy looked steadfastly at the Boor UAli.sT. J.W TBH1LLU",.

They see where they neglected opportunities circus: "I am waiting for an answer" 8illsilence. ,( Prealdeni. Beov.and T'..,.

In the past PROGRAMME. DUCCCffiCC a a

One instance- Knaunht.Under patronage K. C. B.. *of o. Royal Duke of "Camp," said bin fatter, losing |mtlrnce tS 50to The G. Loper Bailey Co

J I Some 15 years ago a former state senator N. B.-Thla Clroua ta the very better : "don't stand like hut! Spent | Let us know your |

from this county had an option on therefore be comes to lee that. up like a man"
Tb. performance preparation will com "Well," Bald the boy raising reluctant ? n Fire Insurance:
thousands of acres of Putnam coun y at 8
mence m. sharp
p.
land at THIRTY CENTS an acre, it,. Couldn't Be B.d Swap- PART I. eyes, "you've got me right n brie | Grocery |

la letter to tbe National League ( I cati' 't eny anytblllll-Eschnn"! ,'. Leading American
eluding the timber. He was unable to a orJlvic 1. Some horse 11'11make\ very good and Foreign
a n
Education of amimffragette tricks.X .
women an -
find a purchaser. Brain blindness. -- -- -------- -- ---- -- -- U
organization C.rdlnal Glbons Th. Mown will come and talk with toF0 CompaniesLife
Now that a large part of this same > opposes women suffrage. We that hor... therefore audience will laush HAPPY RESULTS 3 Wants fJ :

land Is worth from $40 to $60 and $tOper igica with him. If women are to be Itself very much
a The lady will walk on hones back a nand
acre, these brains can see. ivcn the ballot, then men should be and horse la Jumping very much aleo. Have Mftje Many Palatka Residents will be to Rfurnish Insurance:
a: we
lisfranchiscd. Somebody must look tier pleased
4. The I ktown will make
To every human being the brain Is the a joking worda .EnthuslaMtic. L P1
the home. Politics and the home and lady will become to therefore
angry with the beet
.1 nT The
one thing of great value; compared to It :nnoot be successfully taken core of by Klown will\ run himself. away. No wonder scores of Palatka citizens you : Old Reliable IGl'rmllnJlILife"

all other values arc as nothing be same person. If women must cast 6. One boy will fall a ball from top side grow enthusiastic. It Is enough goods obtainable at surpnn- rj rji EASY AND SAFE TO USE

'.; Those who develop their brains do so lie ballot, then men must rock the tben ball can he can fall catch that ball before that to make anyone happy to find relief I.ingly low prices. n! of New York
cradle. Brooksvllle after
Argus. of
years suffering Public
by continually looking Into things they A. Thin I. the very better JumpIng trick. statements like the following are but i Noue but First-class goods ua INEXPENSIVE.

do not undersland-untll they do understand :::ood Man to Hold Money, But- Refreshments 10 minutes. truthful representations of the dally I
PART II. find shelf room here.. We aa
them work done in Palatka by Doan U hi Marine Insurance:
read the editorial
Having Telegraph's 1. On. man will make so trlrka of KILLS
If you only read books about things calling for a show down from the gover- trapeze Audience will frald himself very Kidney Pills. U waut to con vines you of this, uu hi LICE

you already know, only talk about the lor on tho matter of Everglades drain. much.a. Mrs. Anna Daniels, Sixth St., Pa- so come and see for yourself, uj The Leadimg CompaniesAll
Editor Trce: of "Florida" sought Dogs will Jump and roll In the mud. latfca, Fla. "Binoe to
things you have talked about before, ige.,ut Slate Treasurer Knott, who had just a. One lady will make himself so bend says: usingDoan's -j or, phone your order its to ua ON ALL LIVE STOCK;
only nieci people whose uttcrmoM then everybody ne will\ think, that he le Kidney Fills I um feeling to
elurned from the Everglades, for a No. 84 and it will receive ua Claims
thought sounded long the of the the rubber lady. better than I In over a year, I suffered ( to DISINFECTS.. Promptly
!; you ago, your iiuicment ns to feasibility 4. Thla' le the very grand display
mind becomes) caked, Incapable of action Jralnage scheme. Treasurer Knott con- s, This t. the vary better Ulmnaetlcs. severely from dull, nagging backaches prompt and careful atte's-" to: CLEANSES. Settled.

: quite useless compared to what a eased that he had to be transported in a 6. One man will walk on wire tight he and I had distressing pains !a: tion. uLJ
i., PURl FlitS.
rant from the depot to the hotel at Fort U doingvery nicely because be I. a professor -
human mind should be. Lauderdale and that It of that. through my kidneys. Mornings J I Free delivery. -
was water, water !y Offioo 115 Front Ht. Falntka. Fiends
Reverse the process-read books ,\erywbere, but he assured Editor Trice Refreehmenta 10 minutes. leltso weak and lame that I could l u It tin 10 many mil filet It I Ie

about things outside the beaten track 01 ,hat drainage was perfectly feasible. PART III. hardly get around and too frequent a niomlty on every fir*.

your experience, seek acquaintances The Telegraph thinks Mr. Knott makes Then will come the very good Dramatic. passages of the kidney secretions L.C.Stephens
j mighty fine state treasurer but we NOTICE pM
those who have observed also caused me considerable annoy CURES MANGE, SCA8, 'w1IrrI3'scream
more little
among nust Just confess to some mlsglvngs No sticks will be allowed In the apeo- "
and thought more than you have, and about his ability a drainage engineer tator. and he shall not emoue al.... anee. Reading of Uonn's Kldnpy Grocer f RINGWORM, SCRATCH:
.and .011 Tele Chargtte for Entrance. Pills and being much Impressed ]I 5 ,
talk with them on their subjects, not on expert.-Slarke let class ..................................Re. 3 C r Vermifuge
yours-and you will begin to better appreciate graph. 2nd dais ..................................Ha. 1 I procured a box at J. II. Haughton'sdrug 9 KIrby ana aloirls Streets.: R Destroys All Disease Otrms

the wonderful Instrument 3rd class ...............................aonae' I S store. They soon removed the n
nature Straight From the ShoulderSanford There Is no any 4th cl... :;:: Palatka soso DRIVES AWAY FLits.
Florida.
THE GUARANTEED
has placed Inside your skull. of backache and did away with tile | :P, -ti".
is left out the Atlantic -New York Trlbuno. :
1 hose who have followed along this Coast Line folders this season and the kidney difficulty. I have often told n n II sea seas a.

line arc to day urging an even more Atlantic Coast Line should be left out of my friends of the merits of ))olln'. aincnaaiarrrrrrcrrrrrrrrroEuropean WORMREMEDY

everything in the transportation line.'hal Kidney Pills." AckermanStewartDrugSCo.
rapid development of the natural resources Your foods in
\\ Sanford needs most of all Is are '
'
of our county and state, and For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Restaurant .
mother railroad line and a direct steamship ,
i strange as It may seem to you, the ma line to bavannah. The Coast Line classes Foster-Milburn Oo, Buffalo, New York, 1Z,1!:

jority of) those who see our advantagesand has controlled Sanford for many years two : Foods sole agents for the United States. Furnished Rooms, VD Poe P8I OOKLtTI )

arc uiglng them with most cnthusl jnd It is high time to break loose and Remember the name-tioan'e-and J Hot and Cold Baths THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
how them a few stunts In removing that please by their ,
asm are among the more recent comers tracks and coal sliules.-Sanford Herald. "you take no otber.UIIIIIJIIIfoUII1JIJIII1 sewed C. iMyaueNs.vu. .
AtCHAS OINUIKI mcniiiB OMIT it
to tho slate. Farmer mrchanlfs. r"lIro..dpra.
Coming Marion County Fair_ taste and foods that laborers Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
------ --- rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclee.trio
;: :: SlUIU.1'r, J 1li11lEnllD11I1i ; -
_ It took but one minute of the court'stime The Ocala Banner, speaking of the KUPPERBUSCH'SPalRtka. Oil Tiikes the sling out or cut, a.T. LOUIB, MO.

according to a New York press dls- coming Marlon county Fair to bo held you depend on because SbIITH'SHome J Fin. burns. or bruises at once. Fain cannot Bolil by Ackernmn-Htnwurt: Drug Co

patch, to dIvorce Mr. and Mrs. John Jacob la that city Nov. 24th to 26th says: i stay here It U used. ancl_J. JI, ilougittoil.f .

Astor, and award the latter $10,000 "They are using their best efforts In of what they Made Candy it -- ---------- .
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getting grounds shape
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In In lieu The
a lump sum alimony. Ice Cream ----
opening day. They have put hundreds a _
papers are all under seal and the details of loads of( clay on the race track, and do for you. Quaker M a Nt1105LiOoDNAiAVN RtALRtview JUOCC'5

of this domestic tragedy In swelldom are getting in good shape. They have Hot and Cold Drinks. IA ;: R4L151451r [LIBRARY

will never be known. Neither will\ the more than doubled the capacity of the Oats has all the good M e '1OtOI1 MMazscsurueYlln
grand stand, and are building a separate i -Agentfor H ,
name of the respondent, though It's
one for colored patrons of the fair.
dollars to doughnuts she's not an actress. They have erected a separate buildingfor qualities of both i Huyler Candles. it

"Money talks"-sometimes, and, then the negro exhibits. They have I
Increased the stables and stalls L. A. SlrTITII
largely
classes.
again, there's such a thing as "hush 9 ,
for sheltering and caring for the horses

money. _._ _ _ and cows and the hog pens have also Falatkii, IlorUIn Lim
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The directors of the Jacksonville been multiplied. The poultry exhibit Indian Landmarks In Ohio Woods.In mtmnmpzsim w,nur:'minimum.' '!'mn\mf\ :
J will be under the new grand stand,
Military Carnival have secured special which it is thought will afford ample the vicinity of Defiance can be lLll llR& saved

railroad rates to that city during the room. The roofs and fences have been found trees that many would think
For
repaired, and the officials feel very freaks of nature. Such they are In a
week of the carnival, and all indications "l'RAOe
greatly encouraged that the fair will far way. but they are created by tbe hand New and UptoDateFurniture MARK) .
point to a week of exceeding gaiety attended -
excel the one last year, which won of man.
by thousands from all parts of such very general regard." According to the stories of some of and means IMJ17lllfKIIIE/ \ \\ free

the state. The carnival begins on Monday tbe old timers these trees are much House Goodsat '
Wonderful Furnishing
Nov. 22d and continues to Saturday Florida's ProsperityNever older than the present generation has

the 27th. The carnival managers have In the Mate's history has such any Idea of and at one time served as very low prices I or Library Slips will be accepted in full for subscriptions to

secured some of the leading amusements activity In real estate been observed as Indian guldcposts. It Is said that In

of the country. The carnival to be a at present. ken Immense by bodies of and lands the early days. when the Maumee valley Go toRe The Palatka News
are being over parties
syn. Sf1115
was one vast woods, the Indians
distinct Jacksonville affair, with the endorsement dicates, and they at once commence operations rojY
bent tbese saplings to Indicate certain S. Mooney I or lor subKriptioni to standard
and operation of the best for the development of the magazines or for oooks. Catalog sent lotf cent .. mp.
paths. The trees because of their deformity -
properties, placing the lands the
men of the city enlisted for Its success. upon Y
market In small plats for settlers, and grew slowly and although I>>Palatka Florida. :

The New- publishes another-- columna people are coming into the state to locate they are many years old, never attain- Library Slips FREE
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upon and improve these lands. It rd tbe size of their brethren In the forests. areA '
short poem entitled "The Open Road"from Is so all over Florida. The vegetable Similar trees exist near Fort

the pen of Miss Elizabeth N. Barr industry Is being engaged In on most of \Vayne.-Toledo Rlnde. Undertaking and Embalming. H Library Slip sppears in each l Issue of this newipsper. Clip it out and ...... II-

of Topeka, Kansas. Miss Barr formerly the new purchases, as well as general ------ .- also C"l>"1" with tb. -* >r.ry Slip. packed.
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lived at Florahome In this county and farming and fruit arowlnaFlorida Is .. .. .. I 'V I hold products
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for a short time In the winter of 1903 the Union, and the railroads are a great ,- --- ----i. S .? :- Ar"U '* /Vi ii7 Brands of CannedArmour Pulxil 5IC'The"flr.t'"Tnnla

was employed on the staff/ of this paper. actor[ In bringing to the attention of the AMrRlcN "l" 1'..""" Horn Kluka. II-U Oalm'
tii :i Putted and Deviled ....... aut all HO Prodiieta
She went to Kansas In the summer of people throughout the north the wonderful EJEW0 ). Armour: i Slur Sliced hocus Gorman: -American Coffee and '1'....
1904 and resources of the state and Ibo fine "You Armour:: : :i Hitractof Beef Golden Ktm Mammal Noodles. ,
took
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Investments to be had There Pay" for Armour Soluble Beef HpanheUI., I etc
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Washburn University at Topeka, graduating Sleet Jujube.
I people looking toward! the slate now for C tlnnuer:::: Chloride or Z.ttne l 11.0 lea Crenm Powder .
with high honors. She Is now the investments and for location for homes lliiiiuer 1 Dry Ammonia* Mentten 1 a Knim Powder

editor of the "Club Member" a naa&'l1'alne than ever before. Indeed there is no Results 4 Ilnimcr: :: I.ye j lntant) My noe wife Hit I ml nnanna:
wIth the Only euedorpa a (hayal lIntel Coma ltll'i:
comparison present interest )
devoted to the Interests of Feder. tl 1I.'oIalay' Anna P..nllll"l"r. Poinnen! nt
taken In Florida lands, and for actual l'ro-ph.I..Uc" Tooth BruehM
nlcd Woman's Clubs and which has all -d'Y::: : :! Slr: ".llleaoB' .)lt ,,
: Pummo
settlement, too. The state is having Ills lIoetr., ,. herring <\glycerine: :: Ir-"
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Dr. lIathawI! Modern Methods Ca'umet' &'rob.g-E('oouri.g Soap)
the car marks of prosperity. wonderful prosperity, and It bus just be I LiOullalue. lnkt5cpowdrr(tur gloat -neithv"I eat" ,Bilniiy Monday 1,....'01.,. (kiap 11
gun. She has a future that will surprise Have Provtn Suoooisful' Shred) (.oionuut 9 lu Due uilUOO bouaeuoM. yeast

Bishop Warren A. Candler of the her present population. Her soil is producing I /
In Thousands of Cases Save
bountiful crops while the north Library
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feller's recent gift of $1,000,000 light! conditions which Is bringing many. ,. cda of > and ahronlad k 3S28'?, LibraZ07 Slip eqeaals <> %. Cent Fractional Library

the hookworm disease in the South a thousands of new settlers to the fairest -.I: to.MM look' **,r.m'::and' world women over,and, you were probably you- I Slip. equal fractions of T ""'. Add fractions 10 make Full Lib"T Slip.' 100> Full

disease, largely Imaginary and hlch Is state and most generous climate In ... coal d lIad DO be'wr. The aap riorlty I Library Slips have a" exchange value of $1.00. Commence cutting out
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being magnified greatly to the discreditof '. vS.,,. they have failed ta derive Slip advertisement and |learn how quickly Library Slips: can be ..nd.<
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part: la not worth your while to look aluawhara Na..lpllper OhIo, our Local
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ruler. peodilureol time and money "'- exactly what
not be taken In by Mr. Rockefeller's eos|I.of KNOWN QUALITY There: I.i subscription or book you desire.
vcrlmfuire fund and hookworm .......o.k work about
Deaf n CHS! Cannot Be Curedb DO or patch U. The Always
sion. Tbe habit of singling experImental atafa pa a-d maiiy yaara Send 6 cents
commls.1 b bent applications I aa thav onnnot r ach the ego. and: *ba traMtmen cf TO.DAV la
South, for all sorts of reforms : ik. ,, ; trade VALUABLE stamps for
< > ed portion or ear. Tlier t only on* beaedopou Indlapatablaand time' proves V2 DAVE THIS
. and enhgh'unnient: Is not for way to euro <\.fIIM" eat that'IA br ootmtltiittimHl faotae Ilyottarain need of medical real .on..... Christy Girl
and the too ready of these rRin. acceptance I I I flikmatl condition or the mu,'aim lining or tiEuBtoahlAit .. whaQ yo fat Drt lla baw. y'a traatmentta Bn rr-_ picture,
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things on the part of some ol our people Tube Wbun tltla tub tm lnn.m.d tha bafflnnlntf: :will save yourself utt ttllU n.. Jtt-. and
Is not to credit. Mr. Rockefeller bftv C Bound or tmport.oi I nmah and your \1jn! ...uT I41JT.Haw ,. catalog
our you worry *ffraatdlewppoiiitmant.Ramambar. ..." -... 11
%. would lake charge of both our heads b i:r1ng, And : ::'nblat.: entirely' oloe d, li..r.n Dr Hathaway baa bad over Local -,... ....--...... ..... err". ."' 5i. wall ; ... )I. the reeulc, and nnl... the Inflarama of ..
and our stomachs and purge our brainsof tlon olIn be token out and iSle t and lie normal oondulon will bo la 9nvannaiht oOoa she beet off profmMtoni.1 and fl nannlal Dealer- .. ., : ;Il1wl and
Ignorance our bowels of worms haerlng dBHtrojr'd: aama ; vary ra/aranaaa. ..*. .. ..., .
For self. foravert, alna etaaa out or te q are oaunml by No I*.*a or raudulant m.'b..... am ployed. poet atralaht' latrUlmata, practice and ----coo -.... ......
some reason appointed phllantliroplsts CAtMirh, whIch l. nothing but an lnruiu.<1 atHUUARB JCALM to avaryona. 'you will navar regret taking DP )Hathaway' I h" !: er"* payment for ms9asin.s. .leeks. .and auhserfptt" foIble IZ Book. Company
have taken It on themselves to condition of the muonua.urr..... traatniant. Consultation and a ami nation free to.1L WZUTK OB OA.U.TO-DAY sewepapr
discover and proclaim conditions in the We will I''.. One Hundred kolUrs for anyeaftof AND DCaCRIBil OUH CAL deserve s.-TwoCEM1's.- -<:.T1U.otS .".w". .FliDeKaT. 118 Will 1411)Slrnl )

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I'' RAN Through THE a BLOCKADE.Jllaky PUoe" oftuttng And That LINCOLN Ended Punishment; 'the TRIED' Nav.l; IT Sw.atbox A CASE-[ -OF 1 THE[ WHITE/ SPY A RETIRED .HER. I ?


Businu' at santtoe! 00 one of Mr. Llilcolo'l excursions i

niiviil of1JroprM' lit dinner party to Fortress< Monroe on tbe steamer PREMONITION'[ '

X 3 */lIIh.r; enltiK' ,, were dIH 'U"ldDIl the Ilartfonl In ,,803! his nttenUon WOI dl. By NATHANIEL HUBBARD. BURGLAR'S STORY By

';'tbf Ihl', I"lIhnll blockade in 1808.f'1 vttKj to a narrow door bound with ICopynaht, lets, by American Press Asia (Copyright, lOP, by J.
) '" asst els run the blockade at n. the nee of which he woe elation,] & ,
anxious I
I I h ', ' f and elsewhere I'it icni'ti By GEORGE V. WILLIAM,9. "Who comes?" There are
,liMii'i' I.'It.nf"pIO"
I l. "SVlitH |la this?" be nuked, (Copyright. IOoo, by American Peas I "Friend without the countersign. I By WILLARD C. IRVING. between the .. : -
J H a8.
f ,", ,,,1mli ever ran. the "Ob, that la the IIWOlllbo." ciMlon,1 i "Advance, friend without tho countersign [Copyright( loot), by Alol'la.Press Aaio- than any other | t,
tn+ was the
'miy'::10.,1111'10., ." R"lcl one or ln" replyIt I I U used| for refrovtury and, 'e were 81ttnlr In a Club 11 'Vasl' and lot me ace what you look olltol.1 that no courtship I!
..."Inllax'I ,. Ifaulordluntoseou. inglou talklus about I'Vf had every Iv..nn& of escape cut ence of ;
life
,
of hike
; mil" i .1'01'1111 one! onrvessel ?. A ,moo ln there on what in ?
I,!\;, ""; Iiltle I1ll1u'p.ller." subjected i to et""lIIlIollt and line very the IIUe! were called "the plains," I I A man stepped forth Into the moon- off, I've been been shot at CbO.Lo, but I over never Uu-was roofs ap Spain youolen ,m
little lowed
Then
I'- C'.lKii'flesi'rll, d how the Glolrecal ventlliitlou. It gonorally bl'lug" the natural state was light The Bontlnul 1 Ive COUO
: : uttered t
try l-
:, bat and that win by
I once e
him Ibo
reach
( to ,
terms strulllu.
l command- against 111(0
,1'"' ) the hloi-knde., while very quickly. elvllton.hen threw down bin musket and full on hit gl'l.
i tacbcd
{::4'lf! Dirk vYnliiwrlsul., then n Hen aroused Ptei.lde.it. Lincoln's" curiosity was was not yet extinct there and wlionlocomntit face. The friend without tine countersign I'd served u lel'l for burglary, spent men standing to I f

', ; timiuiaml >r. who had prevIous. "is treatment"Thla he Bald to himself the 1 hulnlo was bucking; against the passed him, entered the and what money I'd been given ou getting chat as they ,r
ltmnni to ,., IIP.
of the Maine which or
olHcer
''
I1I1 i executive American thousands There was Tom gliorlklo. walked hurriedly In among the (I..IN, out niul was loulhll for I Jol>-not, I lines are even p
II blpw nl|>. seamen are probably sub- Dave Tom mid I I' Job of holiest "I'd tried that on ,
"II' ,.hpil Aaser Joe tod every w8 Dl'hlm myvL "Great boavcus, Is that ghoBt cum- In the Grljnlvu ,
to year. Let
down I
been dent me try It for all lived before und found It
i -n. mid "V'1 < beyond the gelling out once Janeiro wa ,
| /_ n.mtnunlcflte with I the In. myself and sea what It really Is." fug? exclaimed an ofllci-r to uiiolhcr, I
,to lu those Impracticable. When an ex-convict :1
Taking off his halcyon days. both outNldo' of the headquarters Inez by ooml. ::
lio'nas ono
hot
who for
UJJcnl" the rni'otiteur.( was Home of standing to
i, : nnlil several us bad been worse than wo knows that bt'l liable any moment but Inca '
;': X"l. )l <"" '" 01 the tlme' "Pn Inches over six feet In height ho on should hove been, but we made a fair tents, be spotted and discharged It takes the low young the rule.

,,'lft.tniM; It "'118 Julie .dark. and wev.e tered the Inclosuro. which he found to average Sample of the populntlon. Ono i "Or one of the men parading In lilt I zest out of him for work. I'd made up up bar doll, a

'L pnxNSsllIIg, flonly to our station be llttlo more tlmn three fe'lln length of our number had reached tho Hulled nlgbtclotbcs?" my mind there was nothing left for mo young men, Do

i i, -ihr, li .liIi'" line of tn. blo<..kadewben or width lie gave orders that nt 11 States senate another wa n repre- I Meanwhile tbo figure came' up, nnil to do but stick to my business, which her to be married '

Z.lHirlr, signaling apparatus broke signal from himself the door should sentllv. while. a tll'd was a big as ho did so tbo olllcor recoiled. lie was burglary 'Vei as I was saying, like other girls,
()) Tiri: We cotiltl not give n signal be Immediately opened It was then ] dealer lu tho region of vililch wo was lu uniform but In the moonlight I 'was looking I house to get Into have anything to '

', Mrtlnilaily I-! private ( Ue
pn ("". had been Inside hardly three inlnutcs that struck nio us very
of the "Iff-' van prominent clergyman saw ono brhll BuBtamcnto. ,}
the I white linen. The face, hiiuiH, him ii'-
before
tnl''d, by one of blockading VI'IIo the signal was given. I'rcs- 'Lo nay of you PhoebeRiMkr Inviting It was In the / lx for Senor "
rely n I nould nt sore have flnKhcd' the Went Lincoln hiul experienced enough asked Shorlklo l'emoobeL, who kept a Indeed every part nf tho pursue was ncr lot with no neighbors near application GI'lolvft ,;t

rlaonl and If we did not Immediately of what was then regarded as neccsaary boarding house first at Julasbnsg, then white enough to make it unpleasant for the Though young,

rrupnd,, '| it would have promptly open\ punishment for A merlon n seamen ot I-aramlo, following the Union 1'acifle "W-h-o are you old' what thv deuce burglar and a wood in the tear affording Blrablo parti, and ,';

nl fire. We" would have" been blown There was very little ventilation and us It made new t..mlllll.'" do you want?" st.iminorctl one of lima a safe retreat I made a careful objection to tho t,

in nlwea lu a minute tho short exposure to the hot and him All owned to n remembrance of her omccrs. survey of Ihe pI'e0laes. No one tlon quite tool,, ,, '
-11 was a risky piece of business. but mid air had almost suffocated him. except the Rev Mr. Dnrlmm. who "John "'otelo. mind on my wetly (to happened to be visible In or about It nt girl's parent. I
nick AValnwrlght was perfectly cool, Turning to Secretary Welles of the maintained silence. see the the time but there was plenty of evidence l. that a wax 001

Hid the fjloucester\ actually picked Its navy department, the president ordered "Tbe biggest piece of blind luck Iever ""'bot leoerol.! makeup?" that It was occupied. Newly to take of V
discovered<< through that no such lnclonur as the swcatbox washed clothes were hanging on the Inez.
will without being heard of. PUerlkle continued, I Important, family as
Inr""lllnl
ba\1
fleet, took Its should ever after bo allowed 1el lines; smoke (tanning from the that ;
on
; Hit whole blockading up any "she furnished You know how she that should lie noted upnn at ." "Oi any )n111
Inside line under the vessel flying the American hog Ot.p chimneys; sleds and wagons enough of +.
nation on the used to play poker with thin boy? chldren'a 11r ,
called tin 1
"Is that John? general's -
It you In the The
was not an hour after wore
MOTTO and as soon as tbe signaling op tills order She made money nt Intern scoterd yard. kept under :
parntus was repaired reported Its arrltnl. had been given before every sailor on keeping, bnt she made regularly more by poker. voice from within the tent. only thing dllu't like about It was ery, to wish to
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clear case of blockade every ship In Hampton Bonds had "Yes. general snow, but It was snow. Ineis If she bad
It was a : She was a Jolly, good natured, good ?s
beard of It. The effect "Como In here" The night was cold and litnstery. At where
running, but It was mighty ticklish was most renmrknlilc hoarted whom everybody I raonte and t
nblle It Insted.-San Francisco", Call on the older sailors, mnnj liked on,1Oq'omol considered perfectly The flguro In white entered the gaineral's about 10 o'clock I took position In the childlike onaWl'r

-- of whom had Ihemnelvps experienced straight In every re pel't. She could tent and wax r'pl'cl'' with the ,'nr', shielded from the wind by n car contradictions, u
the punishment of the riage shed, with vlow to determining to what It all
swentuot. Sonic
An Intelligent Cow.A : spot regular gambler and would never game astonishment as before. 1'1'1 1
few nights ago a citizen: went of them wept from Joy. play I with any of thorn. I minute later staff officers were (1)'lu' by the lights what rooms were occu gave up trying '"
fount u cow In bin yard. nut the good results of this net of pied. The whole house was IlhlollI formation. She '
and ortU'ts to
borne "ll, this Is I the story I beord about In every direction carrying and Milt
Into vehicle
He drove her out tie then went Into President Lincoln were not confined to her grout stroke of luck, mind I got It tho subordinate commanders, and In got I The scat was and however that it
tbe American Great Bl'ltaln.Frllllcr. I quarry. comfoltnhlo. permit ono who
tat bones and Inter beard the animal navy from one of the men at the tiitle. whohall column tnurcb-
morning were
early some blankets and robes Hint bad been
hood to be
and other tie
Germany w
In Ibo yard again, lie drove her out countries heard that the ewentbot European bud. no Interest In 1)101 about I A lug by different roads to cut off the loft In It kept mo wnrm. Therellllit menlo was told '
and third times. The cltllen'a -
the second been abolished America IIK Inhuman m\uLe' of her hOlrdel'R sat down to enemy that tho nlilte figure luau ro- was that I fell aslenp. tho house as a
ton cama borne later and found play one night In her parlor and oskl'llhm' I In the
to be In full retreat. When When I awoke light
ported tho
One and nil of those nations In turn fell e\\'Y was
Uw animal lu the yard' and drove her to Join them She Bald she'd, rather distant l clock present i, "
Into line, nod today' the mveutbox\ his InCol'motou bad been delivered and house was out. A Atrul1 The following t!
ont The citizen then made un Investigation not to be found on vessel flying not She didn't want to win their I'' tile olo'ers the general called I. I got out, went to the house a family took
any
and found the cow gut In by money mind somehow she felt thntshe'd how lu of out of kitchen Indow.
the dug o fn civilized nation througli- I upon him for an account of > pane glass u room with the
trading around the fence on the river out the world. be an fully lucky. the could al had learned the facts and an explanation turned the "catch" raised the sash lover wan e

side. Be bung up,a lantern to deceive \oyo toll, She said', when she was go- of his strange appearance. Tills softly, pulled myself np and rro'I..110Nldo. Inez spent the

the cow as abe came lo. and the next Eve-and tho-Apple. Ing to who big. But the boys) persuaded \01 his story: Striking I match, I lit my < out of black

morning, ao be says. be found the cow her and she took I hauil "I was scontlng when I en mo suddenly lantern and "urvl'yel tbornotn. Everything she was skillful. c
Princess Dulveii Sliifh nt a dinner In
In the yard wltb the lantern bung! ou "Talk as you please there's a lot In upon a body of Spaniards. There bad been put In order after the talking that
New York said I hut she found the
ber home using tbe same to bunt out those feelings that some people have was to do but nurrendcr, nod evening meal. A fire was burn Inn In him to Signora .
American nmrvol of notblnJ 's
noniiin n la'iuitj
the bedt grapefruit In his grove. Say about something that' going to happen this I was curried along In their the range. I went through n pantry to an hour of this +
and the Anierleun man n model ol?
what you please, but that was an intelligent good looks and kludne I've been there IYHel.pn I center right In among Iho main 10diei tho dining room. dole, ton nil wan lu ing which he

cow. And tbe story la true was developing my cllm nt 11t1I00I'I of their troops whoa I "lt always order through ber
of course It la.-Fort Myer Press "Tbe American man said I le"horl' kuew the day I struck the 'mlrbhll southward. I suited my Passing through the parlors, I entered the theater on
"Is held to I the
Ing princess rightly up .
vela that made me rich that' I was In purpose appear not understand tho ball nod went upstnlrn, taking received
Swell Stock. world as the pattern husbiiuil. In ICu for n strike. There was no indication I Spanish and after awhile they talked every precaution ngnlimt waking invitation lug 01.1 he y

"Could I sell you an Imported Per- rope they have n saying about Ere of It nay wore than there had been ; freely among themselves In my the Imulte.. A bedroom door near time evident relief.It V }
wblrll shoes| lm :
deg cat for fl.OOOJ" ventured cat nnd the lppiI' \ when I began to work with my pick Ing. They did not know what heor'l binding stood ajar. I listened, but be
ml dog fancier. wretched a failure the numpi-nn has Nevertheless I knew It. I mention with me, and finally their lender could hear uo one breathing., I wont may that visit
band Is. This saying Is unknown In bow Phoebe tbe plan: They would In and felt of the There was'nn girls a
"What! exclaimed the multimllllon- this to show you Just posed tollo\\'lol Ild. give the couple
sureIt would have
lire In surprise "Why, 1 Just bought America I nni In, ,ilif Husk felt. | stop at II'Xt and get something one In It. There being nolhing of vnlno quainted. This
here
I (9,000 bulldog from you the other no point no Ip\l"olon. "Thorpwero half a dozen of them In to eat. While thus engaged they lu the room. I passed oy to tho next Wben the i
I land of pattern bURbllld.. The sin the party. A youngster of eighteen, would pretend to leave me to myself, examined: It and COun.1 It also emllY. "
dar. Jug Is this:.'h.e"1 one didn't |{Uf the wanted to and If I to get away they Coming to ono of the front .' Signer Grljnlva.
"Yes. I want a a tenderfoot from east ottplpled
but thought
ytw'd the other
I the apple to the man. hut to ihe WOI. I to flail It occupied' i
would shoot me. ceftnluly expected
', wouldn't '
take band but Phoebe go '
swell tocbase. a
11,000 cat for that bulldog lowing formed
nn, because the evil one knew and with all possible stealth,
house
\\11 "Soon after they stopped at n oll'r.I'lt
r You surely wouldn't allow a that the mina would rat It nil In unless he stayed out. So the banker'ouldn't 1 for the sound of Inez, who walked
hll' The next to a Leaving me, they : listening long a BleepIng
',' 13,000 bulldog! to chase a common cat, would halves \\ give him any chips. loU'mn! 'group Juan
self but the wniiian BO wont Into house and were rather being. That I heart no such sound
would ?" Press I cards bad been ( five or six time I the
you -Plttsburg ---- --- 'eol lax In their watch than they In began to affect my emptyroom ( procession !
.. .. when the wag opened with a more lel'VlN.1 4"
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An Important Advantage."Do veteran railroad wan 1"I'e n Ih"'I'of bad and If Iron they would have free the advantage In this en overcome game manner '
j. you thlnlt a college education thuse occasions when evol'jbody the I And so the ,
} ralunhle advice not long iiuo table I! range nt me. I determined on a ruse. by uloxloctell'ocllnpy.
Tbe ,
; ilorda! a man an Important advantage "If you ever get Inlo a wreck" be a good hllid. last Phoebe coiled I hung my cloak on n bush, put my groped my WiY Ihl It father intrusted
'.' ?" said "and hove time to follow out thin kept growing till at her hat on It and then rolled In among and found It unOCUIle.', Tlien, llasli.Ing the mother, and
"Ob. : One has to have It In order n bait She said she didn't want lantern about woman' Ing till her :
; yes suggestion remember this: Always some flour sack that were scattered my I saw n .
: to get Into a university club""- stand In tho aisle. Most of the Injuries house to get the reputation of, rUBoln/ about, crawling Into ono of them clothing that had been evidently taken childish ways +

Chicago Record-Herald. that are suffered occur because such a big IOIEO. One man Presently one of the Spaniards came alt nt lictltlnie lying on the clinlrs. The But Inca still

I the Is crushed between I the cards< and all except I'hoebe, to Ibo door of the house, and I saw i woman bud vonl be< and seek" or "

'. seats lctD you are In the aisle you mummy stood pa. Phoebe' said: I him looking at my dummy He called I wont to another room fluid another ; than dance or go :
England'. Patron Saint. be thrown I forward and bruised a little 'If draw the card to Oil my to tbe others that I was about to run, with tine same result In fume of thorn I was a bit of

The story of England's patron saint I but there Is much less chance of band Is worth nothing. I 1 do Ill and several of them coining to tbe I found clothing, that bad 11'0'1 laid the usual

L' li unrounded by a mixture of truth receiving serious buits. It Isn't alwnyj win the pot. It's nothing more or door fired at my clonk. Both hot and aside, but no ono In the beds Noneof necessary-not s

lod fatal which defies definite sifting. possible to get out of your sent before thou a showdown, so I don't mind I.t. clock fell to the gonnd. whereupon ono beds showed. signs of Inivlug lazed, but that n

\ Ha Is generally believed\ to have been the crash comes but It Is follow tins you see my band. I the men went house. been occupied.( I went on to everystory deemed useless.
born at Lydla but brought\ up In Cuppadocla. ndvlce.-lx>ulsvllle I Courier-Journat. "She laid her card face up 01. tbe ta "There was a horse standing by the and not I single living being Seuora Qrljalva '
that
and suffered martyrdom In ble. There were the eight, nine ten mill loaded wltb Hour sacks. I rolled did I find There was noino plunder ter's room one

"' the .reign of Diocletian, A. IX 8O3. The I ______ and Jack of spades and the king of to this horse In my sack and managed on the dressers, bit not very much Everywhere

legend of his conflict with the dragon Memory of Bo. diamond/ Throwing out tbo king she to climb up and throw myself over I did I not I think of taking It. My mliiil girl was still I

nay have arisen from a symbolical or Sir John Lubbock In bin remarkable said to the dealer: 'Give me cither bin back among the snckn. After was led U\oi tho lights I bail seen something In a ,t

'' allegorical representation of his con I book on bees that the boncj tbe seven or queen of spades! whichever awhile the Spaniards came out. One of In honRI I few hours before amid came upon some I

r: test wltb the pagan perllle'ntora.vbpn makers plenty pro\'e of memory. !!'' you like. I'm dead' sure YOI'1give I them went to my cloak, picked It up the 'present obllolc of those whom ted for a huge e'

r 'our crusaders went to the east In 1O1H ''tins t 111\'e the boos of a colony me one or the other. and not finding my body notified the the lights had served.There "Will she never +,
they found St George elevated to tbe shown that "The dealer dealt her the top card others. They, nnicli surprised, mounting I.0 similarity between" daylight Then Mho came :
toll of warrior saint wltb tbe title recognized I| each other after a sopurntlou on the pack. She turned It aver, and their horses mind off In a direction mind dark for wolrtl, Impressions liox. It was '

"+ of tbe "victorious. and as tbey bettered of fifteen niontln The mouibeni It was the seven of spades. She bad they supposed ro. fled. Ono nilUIHII being, 1\1'1 If n \olloOmol. the child for

that tbey were Indebted to him 'of, the same colony always rl.ognI1' a straight: flush and won the pot. I "Then a man came out of tbe mill would have' broken the spell. Itelrpll Grljnlva fetched ,

for aid In the siege of Antioch they each other after a prolonged absence, "That broke up the game. None of and mounting a horse, led the one I a haunted house, but 1 feared more bunted among ,

adopted him as the patron of soldiers. mind nlthongli It JU9 not jet Iwcn rs. them would play longer against a wo was, on by a hilier. When we were that something In my brnln Imd, gone tiny one to fit the V i

Edward III. was thus led to make him tlbl'l.hlo.1111 win
patron of the Order' of the Garter ando i I l sou to bcllf,e I bat they do no Irlld.I Ipnlly did win." I my bead, white an It Is now with flour, the afternoon .ivnd e\'onlll beau nn per. She opened
gradually St. George became tbe tutelary bj I line ii'ii"f """'" mad Those who heard the story were out of the bag. The man let go the hallucination or did now experience thunderstruck. "' 5'

aalnt of England.-London Mall. (i[ rome signal or |pu"siv oid, as Una b..1 quite sure that there ore people so halter and galloped away as fast as he something that was not? Coining I and marriage Inea

? I supposed.t delicately organized In certain respectsthat could. Throwing off the flour bOg 1 window overlooking the rear ,'I'd. I month before
eo they enl foci such presentiment rode northward with a view to flashed my lantern down Into It, There "

1 -- -- as the one given. Tbe Rev. lIr. Durham i ing our lneR. Fortunately for me It were the clothes mill hlllnj on the for Senora the young GrIJalva '

;, h__ alone made no comment. ?" asked was now getting dusk. 1 passed the line I walked 11c 111'ough hall, paralyzed. But a
"What do you think, parson men who supposed they had shot me bringing my 111"11 hvnvliy on the lea connections
Slicrlkle. "D( yon believe In such riding a few hundred yards to my left floor that I might hen u\e shouilThe very quickly and '' 0

foresight?" I saw by their looks that tbey took carpet was thick, and I there wan but steps of c

'f: "Not in that case." me for my ghost, so I concluded to a faint l'ofponRe1 r"spolRI that! added GrIJalva
f "Why not?" play the part and rode right on rigid to my growing terror. tanning pu1e V

The clergyman hesitated and at last 1 ly. Their captain balled me, but I Suddenly I tbe rays od my lantern ed the articles, 4

said: paid"uo attention to him and was soon struck n living figure At oiico my tbo other and
: Send Us "We are all old plainsmen, and I lost to them In tbe 'darkness. Instinct of preservation, ordered are to Now she saw it ', "

t I t: know no one of us would do anytblo/I "I had no trouble In passing outposts co\'el my light, I lid so and 'ote. dolls clothes. 'J'

to the other ao I dt1 I for they all took me for a spec There wan U(suun.11Ievlnl( child. '

Order For Inure my confidence. Besides, ter. If any one was courageous enough boon mistaken, Il courage to That evening h
i Your next make no secret that I was) an unrighteous l' to challenge me I Invariably rode right raise the Illh'l'l again. There was held In the OrlJo

I man before my c aver"ion, toward blm, making blm think that 1 the 011110. hut It wins I)own reflected suited In the

PRINTING. though I don't like, after thirty years i was about to ride through him He always ftom a lI'I'rO' Juan
} JOB in the ministry, to refer to special In- got out of the way, and only one I now Ilo! lint ono desire-to get out would be tlrled

stances In that life I have since beld man fired at me. find OWO) Descending ,to the main on a wedding Ik,
I In horror. I was as you know atand 1 "On approaching our lines I dismounted floor, I satpleco' of yellow paper ou health to the r

We will pie je jcu that t tile a professional gambler and, letting my horse go tho foor. 1 :lint prompted mo to pickIt tho doctors .d
wa mowber of the poker party at where he liked, walked. I did not dare up ': .now, but I did and rend: parture and ,
Phoebe I Rusk's though I wasn't known 1 take such risks nuiong t1;.* Spanishrear ")Iother di., ; uAll conic nt once" except for an +

( not only in theQUALITY I there a* a gambler Phoebe als won guard, considering that Iwas Her wni tlew. Th hour. of sending truth, tbere was s

crooked on chouse Imr ds, and ber bondloS moving toward our lines. I skulked and roc '!nt of the telegram, was Tho young r
wo really a gambling house. 1 through their picket line and when written out "d gave evidence that I and did not s r

Sing and I stood In together. When ,|I free from It came on to ours. !tumid been del erect while I wan asleep brought with

r'v I she called for one of the cardS she ;I! "And now general I ask your pernlsslon In the earths) "het. The family bail for her ago a* n

'r ( of work wanted sho was quite sure sue would ,1, to go and wash this flour off donbtlcSN I 11 ,) a train, taking backward. 's' 5

It for I had dealt her the ard* ,I mo and get something to cat. even the see :nts with them Senora a
net
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r sho hind' '. knowing what they were ,, This was In the celebrated penlnna- I could ha' taken away anything 1 bring up her

but in I and Imd the seven of spades ready to i iI ,I Inr campaign, fought by Sir Arthur could fluid I, I wa so rattled that I United States, ,", It

complete her band.. Ti e11' roley. afterward the Duke of Wel- had no de-sir in I'O *.. I went away women are u
the PRICE. I That's the way," I remarked. "that lington. Sir .John Waters was Invalnable empty hand and the next day resolved selves and where r

1 I presentiments usually come about If a* a spy and kept his general to go 'v legitimate work, I resolution on deepton. no

I we could uncover the use.Eaaill' well supplied with, Information, 1 bee even to the present day frit.

' Try us nd be convinced. Explained A Light Dlnn.r. Pocltlv Proof.A .' ,a
: once bud us furs "A clever criminal of gluttonous proclivities lawyer .jolng Into the, parlor of bis Undoubtedly
A Glasgow cabby and hilt I wlfo. ," said a prison superintendent, home uoilti'd pencil murks on the wall, vention In buiiinu

\ I News JobDepartment 01 Inl'I'rles.to drive minister them through the "once couched a complaint In rather put t there, us lie rightly RII.poael', by the art of ; J
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neat terms alphabet was
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destination old sub and daughter
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recblait banding cabby bl. one day, found it Tery hat and Ureeks. They #
time huel done I the uils-
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'. : legal fnre. asked: many poor people Why ba V you !got Jour ventilatorclosed' chief. Of course each one blamed It on nearly all of our ; '

, "Why are there so" 'he asked. tbe other su tbe father sold "Well tale were used ( 1

p Palatk Fla. this city. cobmao'hard at the 0 anon for sJehu "Tbe hotly and Ilutonolll prisoner my son, a little Mid told me l lit'U8 enth .century, u r

,t looked replied: i Answered plllnlolYI! sitting ou tbe finite uud saw you gnu to conic In. r
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before DO "arra sure: but Y. .'Well, Inspector, yet bonor. the lat through the ,'lldoUlrllnl the at 11t was lntr ''y d
If t ""11, air, Im follo time I had the ventilator open a wasp wall. Tbe DWwerl. anally t
DOIII oreheCatce be.-Duode cre" flew In, you see, and: carried off m: "Get that bird and make prove 1500 by Aldus, ,''Vf '
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The past 40 days we have through our market buyers made some wonderfully good spot cash purchases. These goods have now all arrived

and with our new Fall purchases will be placed on sale commencing SATURDAY, November 13th. and continue to MONDAY NIGHT November 29th. pr';

.1 Those of our customers who have traded with us for years know from experience that when we make an announcement of a Special Sale that there

will'be something doing. That the prices made will be a saving to purchase now. We are going to thoroughly advertise this sale throughout this town ;

and county, and Intend to make it a record event of any sale we ever attempted. We will have plenty of extra clerks to assist us, so that there will be ,r

delay. The store will be entirely changed so that our oldest customers will hardly recognize it. We want all our friends to get the benefit of these price.

concessions so be sure to come early. Don't let any other engagement keep you away, and don't fail to tell your friends If you see this poster first




An Unparalleled Opportunity for Economical Buyers. '



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Free Railroad Fare one Way I :: ,f I Shoe Department.


t f About November isth, \ve will open a com-
miles all Purchases of $25.00. :
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f l will be In competition with the cheapest. Ou

} 30 miles on $IS.OO Purchases. Come everybody 2( :' uI -oIr II 'r k aim will b cog I ve quality. Come and I looJ

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Note Date.'I Corsets at Bargains
Opening I
; I Here la your opportunity. Get nil you want now.

11 :' Wa values. . . . 42c 2.OOValue.. 1.79
I llld f 75o values . .. . 59e 2 50 values. 7.741!
Saturday Nov. 13th. I *1 1.UO values .. . . . fl9o H.OO\ values .: . 7.69'
I 1 CO values . ... .-.. .1.34 4 OO( values. 3.4

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Hosiery for all the Family 10 l riinute Sales Ladies' Muslin Underwear.

On our Opening; Day we will 'have a ten-minutaale 'under' the following: conditions -
We do an enormous Hosiery business. Tbo reason la plain, we only entry long. : At the hour specified a bell will ring to start the. sale, mid nt ten minutes past Every garment shown by w was designed, cut and made In a sanitary factory.
staple hose, the kind that outwears any other. We are going in thin Bale to attribute the hour it will ring to close the sale. All goods must be bought and paid for during They lire the h'L"holJlest }line muslin KC">J. ever howo by Extra special vul.
these tine hose among: our trade at a great sacrifice In prices. We want everyone this time. Two clerks will be assigned for this duty and only ten yards sold( to each era III this ealx of ?"nByo7'Lt Covere, Drawers.. Skirts and'C'mblulltlou; Suite
to get the liable of wearing our hose customer. are Il"xJullltely valenclenoes, laces and embroideries.

Best lOo values for ladles, misses Ladles best 26 and BOo values Hours of Sale Muslin Drawers, best 25o and
and; children. This sale. . 7C This sale . .. .. . .. ... :32C veins This sale .. .. ..85o., :22CCornet Skirts and drawers, BOo value aE.42C
From 11 a. m. to 11:10: a. m., ten yards of Print . ... .. .. . . 25C : .
Boys heavy ribbed, best IGo value celebrated guaranteed Wunderhoae covers, muslin and knit Fine skirts and gowns, $t 28 vnl.ot 98c
This sale' . . . . . IOC The black and tan, 4 pair From 8 p. m. to Slop.tn.ten: yards of Outing:, the lOo kind . ... SOC This sale .. .. . .. . :22C I
One lot beat 250 lace hose. .. 19C to box. .i.oo values_ .. . 75C These ten minute sales will bn repeated Monday Wednesday, and Saturday Skirts, extra BOo value at, ... ... 290 Fine values for children at 10e up.I .
Each time some different articles will bn offered at same ridiculously low nrli.ua.
Buy these by the dozen at these prices.I DON'T MISS THESE SALES, and note the days. These are all Wonderful values.


Ladies Ready-to-Wear OarOood Warm Blankets and Lace Curtains in Beautiful )Ladles Dress Skirts Pillow Cases and Sheets Ladles Shirtwaists of all Kinds

ments Comforts Patterns We put In this sale over a hundred Housekeepers always\ appreciate .
choice new style Fall Skirt They ere all duel values In this line. You ought to P.Pay We show handsome Wlliot. In white
We selected this season what we beThe season Is light here when Illankets A lucky purchase of Kotlngham: Arabian beautiful. tailored 1 by man tailors. All the In amipnly-uecausa we unnmit duplicate t lawn, linen nets and I silk. These sex All
lieve the best assorted line of up to date will be desirable. We have made prices Cable and Brussels net curtains enables hobby tlf.-cts are shown Note these specially these prlcies ..nd..11 classes of cotton goods the newestetyica brought out for Full and
novelties\ In suits shown by any first-class on our entire Fall stock that will make It us to offer In this sale unusual bar- reducer price concessions' : are getting higher. represeut th. choicest things of a large
store lu this part of Florida. So far Interesting;for all economical buyers. You gains. They are the finest assortment Wool Panama Skirt New York mallu'"otnrerVII tint (them..
our sales have exceeded our expectations. must not fall to see these wonderful bar curtains wa ever owned. We are going to 'h'* Good quality 42z38: case,worth more In thlssultt at a big cut lu prices fur speed}
We wired the manufacturers send us gains. dispose of this lot at ridiculously low Our special I $a.00 skirt 'I 1.48 lit tile mill today. .. . ...,.. IOC .." .
more of the nobbiest styles out. They are Nice soft blankets, special for prices for n quick sale.': They are :worth $3.oo values' all wool .. ... 1.98 Mohawk cases 42x30: none better. ,... Net waists fj: 00 to $2.50, values. 1.48$3.00values
now here and we put them on sale at cue . . 59 & O5C much more than we had them marked .. .. ISC
ti this sal per pair 8.50 . . . 2.48 72xlM
prices.Junlor.sultH. 8. good quality sheets, Goo value 390 ...... . . . I.Qfl
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for Misses and small Full size, bestf1.00values at . . 89C tl.26 values at .9 400 very One . ,. . 3.98 81x00\) heavy gradeeeatnleee6&oval, 59C Plaid and plain slU, $3 values. 1.981Vunten
in fancy worsted ... .. ... . .. 1.60 values at. .... .. 1.24: OOxW) \) Mohawk' sheets
8.90 8 e.$1.00 values I at 98c GOO" none better .. . 3.98 nona better, Beautiful tailored waists, made of
extra $1000 value. This sale twill white and gray 2.00 values at. .. .. 159 UOo value, this suit) .... .' 79081ro fine Llnene can't buy as
$1.60 heavy 060" 8 you
Ladles well andMlesee12.fvalues worth *15.0O. .
$15 00 values, very good. This sain 12.48 Others would auk, you t'2 for no better 8.()( values at ... . 2.49 buy this quality for I less than 6 50 4.4o 0 .. $1.00" . .. .. 89C All Linen tailored waists: value 1.79
$18.50 values actually worth $::!e. $.".00 extra beavv white and sale gray; ,, 1.40All Q . . in $3 very Una all linen, this sate 1.98
well worth $2.60. This 8 50 values at. 2.98 Only new Styles these All Excellent Values I
'Jhl.lale .. . . . . 14 90 Full in these
sizes i
The bent $aO suit made-others wool $, .00 value. .. . . . 3-98 4.00 values at. ... 348 ranges of -
ask *:25 for no b..u..r-at. 16.90Bleached ... . Table Linens
Large slzo comforts $l.oOvalue. 79C 6.00 values I at. 4 3 9 at Sacrifice I .
$25: values, worth every cent orslO: Ladies Misses and Childrens
Thin sale. .. . . . Ip.QO Flue sllkollne/ comforts soft, and Fix windows now BeautUhl Irish Damask dun bleached Good Serviceable Towels, ,Coats and
downy, white cotton $1.50 value : up your nn the Held near Belfast Ireland, also neRtnurant Capes
and Unbleached this sal. . . . . . 1.24:: French and. Oerinau Damask' bleached .and Housekeepers'n't'r I ;'11b Hoarding\ Interested: Houses In The wonderful change lu stylei thisFall
Domestics Brides-to-be see these and unblenchcd all sacrificed for this sale. this bnrgHin. sale or good; Towels, We makes. It imperative for every lady to
Ladies, Hisses and Childrens The patterns are exquisite I floral designs.* place many dozens In this Bale at Bargain buy a new ooat., We an" !going to giveYou '
We !
always need muslin are This Is the housekeepers
opportunity lie prices to tempt the buyers. We you wonderfully good bargains In
known as the leading: store at all times for Prints I Ginghams, Etc. Knit U n d erwearnr and see t1 I"BO. to surprise you. Prepxrx to buy thVm b? to-date. Fall. coats. Our stock Is newell
excellent values in domestic Our special 00 1 Inch bleached table linen the dozen because delay irS
well Opportunities like this tssorted in good thing But
inducement. prices are made'only for this At Less than Manufacturer' Price Today. Ladles closely woven Cnlt vests and worth \tSeat.; . ... 2OC: enrnesrldolne ; dangerous Come early for choice,
sale and., our present stock Is limited wesuggest and fleeced. Also GO Inch blenched linen,
early buying.: All best calicos, . . . . . SC pants union In suits cotton In the plain best shaped I garment*. OOo. This stile .. well. ..worth. '. 44C Don't miss This Opportunity. Every garment strictly new
iiO In. Unbleached cotton, special for shown. We offer In thla sale special out 70 Inch fine mercerized, extra heavy
this sale .. .. .. . . 5C Oood quality 7o apron value at.check. ..gingham. . .. 5 A- prices to induce early buying See these..r I b.... .ttrul.I""tt"rn l ,, no better sold Fine Bed Spreads
8(1( Inch best value at.. .. . . . .. 6c! regular 9Rtbl..ached2 to vests or drawers. 21C at 75c. This) sain ? . 44C Belts, Bags and Neckwear
Amosfceag apron checks this sale. JCAmoskeag ((10 Indi half blenched Herman linen We' put I In this sale a I lot of "Spreadshat
80 Inoh flue quality bleached .6c 7C 8C The new no button vest, very fine. Notion we bought much under ,..Iu". Th'-v
Worth considerable more. ; fancy dress ginghams. 9C Thlsenle, .. ... ... .. ... ....... 23C Fine wears line like all Iron linen HOo 7i)"o.value 1\.00 ,-.. 47C gains; Our 0' the late Department nov..ltles. has Three some Dar. are extra large In alap l ,fins and otyolj.

Fruit or Lonsdale bleaching . 9jC Fancy French ginghams: 12Jo and 250 Very line' ribbed I medium and heavy. 44C and 1.2rv lues. Thin. sale OJ 89 QOC are received, every few days We code, woven, and handsome. pattern*. Tli the'"J
IOC 6Oo and OUt goods. This sale. wonderful values will all b.. .old at out prices early I In
values. This "Ie.. ... . .. .. . for this eats.
Hill Bleaching, very One, this .n I e. 9C al'''. Make, note of this and oom" eurly.
All Staples at a Bargain. Look at These Values We show every grade and size I These should I interest you New Novelties Every Day; Don't neglect to see these



Dress Goods. Silk and Heatherbldom PetticoatsThe

values offered at this season of the year. You
+ greatest; ever The
1 get all the new things right at the beginning of the season at a big: up scone greatest bargains: }rotfered. Our buyer this fall, .. Plokjjd.
i out in prices. Don't fail to get your supply. 5L6a12f1w4L8 sod exceptional get you supply barbate aud we put them In this

25 and OOo values, all shades In fancy and plain colors ..... 22C Nice quality black Heatherbloom well worth 11.110 this sale 98c

Greatest 50o to 1100 line ever shown. This sala. .. ... .. .. 44c J'ealHeatherbloom9! 00 values . 1.48

Best 1.00 dress goods ever offered, sold by many at 11.25: 8ge Black taffeta silk, you pay '5 00 anywhere.; This sale . 3.98
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The newest shades and novelties. This sal.. . Extra

Our $1.25 values. This sale .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. 98c heavy taffetapettlcoatewelt worth .7.00. This sale J..98_
Fine quality chiffon Broadcloth, noaAbet.er sold at less than ---- -
150. Special this sale.. ..... ... ...... .. ..... ...... ... 89c i Little I
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I 1 CrescentCity News ?, J 1 Is Wm.here on nincu11"9 a'islt to o'Mr.Huntsvllle and Mrs, Tha Musician club will hold a meeting For FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY

--'- Thomo HlBchttff at the Auditorium, to-morrow (Saturday -
i-- -. She ha been aMiss ) afternoon at 3 o'clock at which -
: frequonl
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Garden )I Woattr- Report. I i'nst 25 visitor to hilt 1lnc" for the lime the club wl.ll\ make use of Its new Sprains LOCAL TIME, C-VRD No. 79. Corrected toSept.. I, .1909Mundayi
( CrseoentOIy yeare.
;fresh : In NOveiniorOtj: temporft,5 itwi, for tie, wO.k olld.Mu. Kittle piano for the first time. Mrs. W. D. -.o. d, SO. 2m1-r---- -- n Si -..... .

Mln. Mr. Hawkins and her brother Benham, president of the club desires \lL\ DAILy MAIN UNIt "AlLY DAILY ., f

Fu Planting Oclober. 'a. m I p. m.Dp. m, lor 10' ; Sam wkins< arrKed last week IIl1d full attendance of members, and extends umj.TTumu i "'" I. au Vrn-r'iiI'; :; Jjjj-.iy .,'n u u'vu .
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{Seed For 110 IO"tllrd.y. ,>.> l hr. 24he have opened their ,.'", 1'1 mS 'rn Mt A" (I1'''' 1 05 .m Iil
-,0 up bcl
HI. BiinUay. no 78 OS 7tl III home >ut"ul wInter' n cordial Invitation to all the ladies of 'II. I., hi-I: l'III.k, 1\' S Out ,pa, e Cit ala ,
November:: lilt 70 HI on fatk ,lrcc|. Mr,. hawkins Crescent City who are not membera to "1 I."', J. t ii L.' ..r..nnd .. .a.v II sum put 4U1.! ... J'ullrn.n' Dotrlt p..lor e... :
,; be obtained at Lound. 1. Monday 74 HO may come later I. 1'11I I II In". LV ., .Limsymuns ...LV 8.4 po 4 U "m op..d on "alGB 211 sail 7S esl
''",, ?,? HoVI Store. V.. Tiioxlav.Wednnmlay.; .70. (ID HI i(o'W, M 80! 69It. till In Urn! season.Elford attend this meeting I I:: 1'4 = I::: i t: .1';, .::r.r. :. ::1 I ; tg; r ;; :::: "" san J..k..V1U..ad Warnl.

; Vrul I the Genuine i i. Ttiiimlay. IK IT? Ml IT fa, M. Ballard of Chicago The flist week's business at the new "1 I..1' I'''',I.... ..Cllon. :I' lit In pm I 4S am .
: : bve 5. rrkiay.. .: J',4 117 :m At! for .the Soulh.1 L. "'.t i 4h pm i.e. .lloclr'od.. l'J 4'1 Inn 1 f. sin ,, ..
us j winter Bank B << i
OnionI Hd 70 and a .uestat the of Crescent City w aa much In excess I S t7 te It.' ',. ,,tlt us pm t I is ant I'lIl1m.1I e r"I
a'I:!, (aborted) Bermuda R D. WILLIAMS. Ob..n.S: field Hotel. Mr.Bnlh.aisa of Iho most .: :t: $r:: S ul t:,: ,I.u': 'itotbrI: ::: :t: :I It l: ,.mn I I Ut ems. t".n New orlt: sad nights. ,
sanguine expectations .
brother II :
of AttanUo Coast Un.mu
.. I III1'U' 7 M pie. It.s' ..I''t. PI.r..I. 10 VII un'( no pm gee ovsrefl.
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,' .... our fellow townbm.n, the lute J.. A. of llm manageis the deposits on lie as .0' It 11 pm lv.\Y. P.lmD.Reb I.v 80" sum t II 40 pm north or J.otwouvttis II bamsdts-t .t

1-1It cattle-are afflicted ) with "" ...... "" "" ...... "" Ballard and this I Is |his| frs| %'1 lsU ,10rJorlda. I first day aggregating nearly $10,000, and I "00\'alllillOI'm iou Ar .....\11"11I1)1I.mt..Ar.. ...LV SitU.. .. ... .iotdin. 4 6 isO\ s-mn pm ootr.tnesoauussa. .'- 4

I 1 our that It has been coming right along since. Sloan's Liniment U. the best N 1IIJ.1Il ....I.V. ..floueteat." .... .i.f..I. 410.. pm ?
iicknew, remember! Personal and Social '(l4)N'U Long LVI..I I..mA 1 j
Ia! lt $ a i The bank remedy for sprains and bruises.It .. Knights Key..i.vla I I
a poIl1! tw remedy Mr. and Mrs. Ira C. proved a great convenience : : \ ::: :: : ::::
Pratt arrived lust quiets the pain: at once,.tund 5 A'I";, :.:: .. -tfw.i.--t: :7.t:
)iff: CV W Sick Curay ."" """ ...... "" "" '" C week und! are again settled for the win. hist Saturday when, many of the large can be applied to the tenderest ; ", ._. ... ...Ar. .. .. Eav.m.LV.- .- 800 pm I. I
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it.i K. M. ter in their packing house paid off their men. The ; ; ; and : arrlvaliat. tyntt..
quickly. Try While visited Palnlkn! l.isl Mon- comfortable home on Sum. part without hurting because It Tuesdays Tiiurwlarv. Key
: I W cure day. twit street. People! here are always hank keeps open till 8 p. m. on, Saturday doesn't need to be rubbed-nil fl'iianflayi, Thnrndayf, Batnrdari> dap.rlur.'om Key Went .

,i I) pleased to see Mr. and Mrs. Prall. With nights for the convenience of these par,. you have to do Is to lay it on [Mondnvs, Wednwdaya. and Friday.arrival' and departures at Havana. I

founds Drug Company Henry Hiilchlnsoo Jr., spent Sunday In them this winter again Is Jason Long.Mr. ties. Considerable more stock In the lightly. It Is a powerful preparation PALATKA BRANCH :
town. bank has been taken by Crescent City and penetrates Instantly .
and, Mrs. C. A. Pratt of Milton ,; KIlO KAS'f PALATKA TO Arrive isa.. PAt.ATKA TOJAI'l: ArrI eKMII'olatlr. f1
City Flu. Town election pcoplo! so that considerable more than relieves any Inflammation and congestion I
Creioent on Wednesday PALATKA P.I.lka Palette PALATKA 1'.1.11t.
of next \t., were due lo arrive this week and reduces the ( ..
to swelling.
--j -* i i i f "1 week. two thirds of the stock Is owned here. ---- -

spend the winter. They started from Among the stockholders not already Here's the Proof.Mr. I. .un 100 55 Rm 840 sin : tot D.II'....._.. a no.m
; : Frank Rhoads was among the visitors home caily last week and ".1 IA ,uo IIJ'J haul-.S 80 "m e OO.m lOB Villi'........ S 20 an .
{ FOR SALE.ckIflSEstate were to spend mentioned arc Miss Tlllinghast Mrs. K. L. ROLAND, Itlnhop of Scranton .1 I 110 lI.n SItS' 80 .m It 28"d 108 I.tly.._._. it so am .
to Falatka this week. a few days with their daughter, Mrs. \Borson \V. II. Fuller mid nilililloiml, Pa. says On the 7th of .' III I"n V'S. gus I"n 2 6ft 1"01 1111 0"11).._. 5 18 pm I I '
Porter tlila month as I was leaving I III Im .No 108 SO pm 4 e6 I'm .yen. loS 55 pi"ur
Property F. S. Cone says he expects to take his Plerponl In Savannah. stock liwrchnird by M. H. Read. The the present building at noon'for lunch I 1 pm 110 Daity..S.. Sr. pm 6611 pm iLl III pm ir_
III Sb 100 flatly..4. '
Christmas dinner Mr. and Mrs. Coo D. I put pm pm 115 20 pm
: In his new house. Smith who slock Is all talu-ii, and all paid In. slipped and fell, spraining my wrist. ..
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t Mrs. Mary Scoll Miller and Miss Jessie have been making, the trip down from 1 returned in the afternoon, and at SAN MATEO BRANCH I
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Comisting of : New York In fottr o'clock I could not hold a
Ihelr automobile shouldbe LAKE pen-
Burton COMO.Mr.
in visited Jacksonville this week. here this cil in my hand. I returned home ,'ay;---i-AST; I'ALATKA 'J'O Arrive San Leo..8aa BAN MATKQ TO :\IAB'r jArnIv.itast ,

1 Fins Residence Property Mrs. J. E. Lorick lefl on Saturdjy, (fora week. They have been later and purchased a bottle of ('n'"lk.' .. SAN MA'fKO 1olateo 1oI.teo PALATKA Palatlatuu
with heard from at several points on the way and Mrs Howard Gates of Cleve I

Block 9, Crescent City two weeks visit with relatives in Lake the last being from Savannah. They land Ohio arrived last week and nre .m 1. tea Dstty..f S 50 sin II e aim sin lot DaIly..._... e 20 am ,, ..

|Ine bearing Orange Grove. Uy. will open up their beautiful bungalow occupying their cony home for the winter Sloan.sLinim.ent 00 pam .No.; 107 Daulj..1 840 pm B 46 pm .No. Ice D&lI,.._... 41>> pm

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They were nccompnnled by Miss .-. -
JO ncres, with Honse, Barn, W. B. Maull has returned from New home on arrival and, :as usual remain until /Nellie; Hutching of Cleveland, who will 1\... ro:. isndsy. ... ? No. I MAYPORT BUNCH No.1IO 8mnday.1'.0' iCh M I .h s

Windmill Packing House York where he has passed a large part of spring.K. spend. the winter with them. : ally 1'11, Datly :. Dully I,,,

Union the summer season. Borson has purchased of F. S. Mr. N. Rollers of Lulatovvn Oa., Is ;%-;III;-;; too... U 411 Ale L..._..._..,.J..Q.. ."m....__.,..A.. 7 110 ... 1 00 PM e 80.... -
The Hastings Place on Robert the d ;no PM S 40 PIlI to n... .,...,..._..._....',. _........_.....1,.. e 40.5 II 19 PIlI 4 110 PM .
Hunter of !; Cone of Mr. and Mrs. U. I>. 'bun.He .
Ncwbcrry, S. C., through the M H. Read guest Kay It 47 10 45 41 /
Ave. arrived last week on a visit to his the north half of lot 2 In block 2.agency This I will spend the winter here.Mr. i U am so ::: us usa ::: 10 : :: a-.u.u.::::..::::: :::. .5.it..L:;::: ::: :: :::::: :: : 00 :: :: M'n : 50 ::: 4


',; joicrei-The Johnson place brother C. J. Hunter. lot adjoins the one on Prospect street and Mrs. \\'. L. UlgKetl and son, and I went used to It bed five, and or six the times next before day t) .::::: lc. :, :!,' 0..... Cttw B..b ':.':i.': .::: '1 .. ::: :> K.. ... 8..10.. ....... ...-. :

ieur the Junction. Splendid Chase & Company are making heavy on which Mr. Cone, Is now building a were visitors nt Crescent City recomly. won able to go to work and use my. i"iiiiPn iBii; L.. So, >>...... ... i pill -p, 0so .,n iLv..Ttns.yltl..Arl: i 00! pmt I.j'

thlpments of fruit from their packing residence. It Is understood to be Mr. Services were held III Ibo M. E. hand as usual." lii ,tn I II ao lion .L.......,..".L........it.I..i.Oil'. .. ',... .2 I 01 110 pm ff-ff46 pill 0 NO ismjftwnu5mrd... L.liu 00 am
110
church Sunday morning. Mrs.V, L. Sloan's LinimentIs "n II aOi : :: : 1'111 ;.;....... De17..sa5.4.5"
grofe. _ house at the Junction. Borson's I purpose to put up right away a liable ted the Epworth League meeting P Is an excellent antiseptic (- J.; '"-u n..__,:._.... III o CII. J. I i;" ino a

se'eral' neat collage on this lot t, which he will In the Cnnn.eSon.mde .t lintghu' K.ty wtlh .P. 5 OB. a. Co. lor Key W..t ..d Haranm. Cub. 1'
evening.
Col.
George T.
t./ READ. Graham spent nnd germ -
See M. H. lease lo Mr. King cashier of the Bankof killer- heals 4hi* TtiHO TIME, TABLE .riow ih. 11 mo* .t whl'h t-- S. npnmd, .tSn 0 d the ,, %
days with his family last week returnIng Praise and Bible study service was cuts, .rvfml lion.;, htil h.I lr .rrlvnl or doptirturti mt ih. :,::.:::,nit ? no, _.Sr.m..d :.: : :Canp.y
\'I] Crescent City, Fla. to South Carolina on Saturday Crescent City. held at the \Baptist> church Sunday morn burns, wounds and o t*. t.I'-.f"..>..Ibl.I fur .nr tl.(.pot..C con.(>tu.rtr*> nrl,.10,. lh.r.fr m.. ,.

Re,'. Father Barry rector of St. Moni ing. iitis1i: contusions, and will -.i>a i.OPV UV IIIK LOCAL IIMRCAHDOK OIHkH 'INVUHMA ION "."It THa TJl.kJ\r ACKN I','

""!t'ttIUU" ,, MM Ww1M Robert Smith of Smithiown Branch: cas Catholic church In Palalka! expectsto A silver tea was held at the residenceof .. 's1draw the poison I I It. IIAHNHK. G.n.r.l H.......r A..... ST. AUGUSTINE. FLO RID 4
1... I. arrived here ; C
last week and I visit Crescent City some day next ;Mrs. Claude Monjar. Sandwiches from sting of poisonous I

H. REAB,. again at Grove Hall for the Inter. week probably Wednesday, and cele. and l tea. und bon-bons were served & insects.

Mrs. Thomas Ilinclitilfc( (( and her brate mass. There arc a number of Influential Quite n number were present. 26e., Oo. and $1.00 . I . I -

REAL ESTATE. guest, Mrs. Wm. Hlnchliffu of Hunts. Catholic families in Crescent The new packing house of the Como Liil4wi.ta.: 1 hap atom,v., euttlts bank mn. branch of Florida uu ..... MALiSB COMPANY
the Citrus Exchange .
vllle Ala., visited Palalka last: week City and if Father Barry should meet Is The --'c. bl .!>.'."... Atl<*".lf Creeoent City, PI laThe rapidly nearing completion ;;:
The Williams grove began shipping with sufficient encouragement on his packing: house Is on a spur track near 'r&. ... Dr. Earl S. Sloan, ij.IA. F'ORSYTH..sTRE ATI.lANTA A : "
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tangerines last week They are running v isil he will seriously consider the erec the station. Nearly all the large growers Boston, Man., U.S.A.THE everything in Machinery W Mill SuppIescJrieJ in.stocicher..
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-"CreswntHill" of will the
this section
Howe property ship through
good sizes and the fruit Is sweet. lion of a chapel at this place. The Exchange.': I' We hay the largest and most com

-U now on the market Fred Lnsier arrived last: week from :News; trusts that the rector will meet CLUB. plete I line cf f MACHINERY and MiuL.sUn

., with sufficient encouragement.The It'S A CRIME 150,000 I Kits: IN THE iOUTMj BuTv BAJO
to Detroit, Mich., and Is again in charge of

Particular attention given Hubbard Park for his sister :Mrs.! Ilenrj steamer Crescent, which had to neglect your h<*nUh. Thu woraiiicxlfut Good Work of a Boosting OrganizationIn BRANC" House. OUR OWN orricc: RECORDS .
listed I
CrMttnt City property: G. Hubbard. been on the ways in Jacksonville for 10 llmt you can be guilty of .Is Spokane, Wash.. SHOW THAT VJS HAVE THOUSANDs 2F EE&FECTLY :
jSimsFtep CUaTOMCH) !: WRITE
with allow ton, blUouxiieMs or
me.For cottet tpmst
days, resumed Its regular run, on Tuesday n The 100,000. plub of Spokane, Wash.,
VVe
There will be preaching services at my liver or bowel trouble. to con- FOR CATAUXUIEMD pm cciB7 CiiSAVtf Ii' ;
ll &MfM ,"WI I and now the Beach & Miller Line Is possibly tbe pioneer organization of .,
Ihe Baptist church next Sunday, mornIng Inue. It..U polauninu, your entire YO" MOWEY. # .f.OURMAaIIIHa1\Y:
and with the Rev. giving orange shippers and the traveling system iind amity lend to ,u. ncrioiiorironlo Its kind In the United States was organized IS EA6Y! ;U..VIM lUl4oHi|| AND FULty .UARAimceB .
evening, pastor 'public dally service between Crescent dlsexae." Take Milliard's, In lOOn for the purpose primarily LeT I'':: lO4.wyo.. WANT".W. CAli PL' OIA'
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Salol! R. N. Calc officiating. > "" ;> 2 !'" ,'
City and Jacksonville The Crescent Krrblne, und I get .absolutely well.I of Interesting the general public lu

Judge J. L. Burlon on Monday of last I liu sure cure for may und nil Iron- the question of organized effort for .
\ andFrlda's - ---- ---- ------ ----
leaves here Mondays, Wednesdays ,uio I of the Btoiunch liver and bowet.
$Saulhfield Hotel colored s the benefit of the community.The .
week fined Tom. Fleming, a
and the Clivcilon. on Tuesdays Sold by Acki-riimii-Stewiift: DI'IIKl'o. Is usually
of exploitation
man, $20 and costs of suit for healing Thursdays Saturday This line has ( .. and J. H. HuuKhron. expense Oranges
of EeUteUdn carried the average community by
OMomt City Fla. (property
Gilbert). This property oc.mple his wife. carried out an Immense amount of fruit tbe public spirited men who compose Grapef'ruit

ill tt Block II. one-half of which bal Dr. H. E. Johnson and his daughter, last week and so far this week. Why Did H. Do It? the membership of a chamber of commerce FLORIDA 1

piprfrult, Ungerinas'fcD.d onofe treofltitoutJuOtrws Miss Johnson of Fairbcrry, III., arrived Capt. Wm. Miller; has announced One of the guests of a sensklu bonril-. while tbo balance of the people TangerinesPineapples

/ last week and are pleasantly located in of Ing house had picked up n curiously sit by and contribute neither moneynor
that for the accommodation parties
,) tin BO'ella fully nil elegantly furllihed ,
s look.
home. shaped atone on tile seashore that effort to I the desired end. from
hu running _ter. 14 rooms In Dr. Johnson's winter desiring to visit Pahlka and return the ed exactly like a half eaten crust otbread. which nil CIIIHKPS' materially profit.

MdIUoa to batb 1 w. o.. store room. 9 Mr. and !Mrs. Arthur B. Apptcby, of same day the commodious launch: St. It wits being passed around IndlscuHsIng that matter our peopletlcekimi McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.

', ma Ulobeu ui, dining ball room pantry smokIng South Carolina arc expected next Sun Johns will make: round trips from St. the room, anil, tbe tinder wns evidently that nil were willing to boost -

1 Oottig with* 8 bed ronmi parlor, day and nil! be the guests of J. P. |I Johns Park and Crescent City to Palatka! feeling pleased wIth blmsolC nt linvlng at n dotter u year no that amount

Hbnrjr, dialog room. kitchen, bath aid Appleby for some to months. every Thursday beginning next Thursday found something really iml<|iie. Everyone was adopted, im our annual dues. The 279 Washington Street NEW YORK.

nit-furnished flrat-elaa. Quito number of Crescent City ladies :Nov.; ISth. The boot will leave St. who saw It exclalined how like a benefit tlerh'ellVUR, not so much lathe

'. !large bam suitable for llrcry atable.K&qulr a Park at I 6 a. m., Crescent City at crust of bread It really WAs. It nt lust dollar received ns lu the tact that I
members of the V. I I. A., will attend Johns -- -- ---- -- ------ ---- --- .
In the corner,
and
readied the quiet man Individual Inte'eAtVns, aroused -
the meetings of the Stale I'cdera- 7 a. m, and arrive in Falntka at 10:30: a. and the flniK-r, went up to him to get grout public iiiPiMlngH I hun ye hecll held g Q a Qg DDDDDf Notice of Application for TIM T>e Hl. -

H. H. READ Rea! Estate, tlon of Womans Clubs in Palalka: next m. Returning will leave Palalka nt 2 p. hIs opinion. "i e,." snlil the quiet man In Ibo Inst four .retirx wherein people Carr.Wottue purchimer I IB hereby'of Rlvea Tax Stint O, W:

week. in. and arrive at Crescent City at 5:30: "It Is a striking resemblance. DUIu'tyou have been Inslrin-trd until we are fill f\: Grove Hall | 147, datwl I'd"e Irit Certlflcnto. A. U. tim No.?. k

| ':I. :,.,. >t. Ct.)', Florida. tfZ. Mrs. Chas. B. Gowen arrived last vveek and St. Johns Park at 6:30: p. m. think It was n crust of bread when booster, small nnd gt.eat. The Hrst htii tine nuule DltHt application 1t1ltootto for ,tax tuy: deed office to:..mid.uo
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from Maine hcre she has been spend K. Borson went before( the county you snvv It on the mind? Yea replied year the club Iind I.HOO "members, ice- 3 J OreeoentCity's popular hotel. :N embrace In uuuordniice the with law. Haid' oertlfloiit ,
.A. the proud UII""" "I was completely cud 220O .third and fourth years ... renovated clean and airy. Is following dflsortimtl property
Spozxcex: : : Miss Louise Gowen commissioners last: week on behalf of year j) nltuHted In Putnam, county, Florida to-win
the .
log summer. taken In wIth It. "Tben whaton about the ntmx, >, nnd nil are boostingfor n again open for the season under ULj Mw of sw4, section W, towiiHbip) 11 B, ,
in a girls! school the local hard road committee to complain ra HKO 'M past-w noren.
Dentist. Is teaching gymnastics earth did yon pick' It tip for? Spokn ne. the mAnagement of Wm C. rn The ...Id
land oo.nlf A..o..oII at the data .
In Atlanta. : about the road being used by Among the big things attempted by : NORTON. gIn the 'IdHuanceof, such oertittoate. III the name of

5 has been on a business heavy orange and other heavily loaded, A KKOKli.V nCI the club was first the preservation of 3 the mldHt of the bent or. g or W.(J. "",'rOIl. UnlHm aufd certlllcate stunt
Ernest Malhls bd redeeniAd .
oa..1 Ml4asee oo prospect (met ,lired !Mr. Borson complained time by tbe lI: aliKe (growing aectlon of FlorlfI tome. thereon: aocording to law, tax deud :will' .
to Pensacola Mobile and other narrow wagons. That pant III your buick U milisel' Fort George Wright to city 9 da. Fine ou the ifJiid day of Not. A D..
trip boatll1lfllthlnl and LI
INoeatCitT. Florida teams were Cutting still ml1Ro'leR or n alrninU waged to the railroads ( 1101.Wltllo.
that these heavy by lutnbiiK" flgbt prevent .
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In Alabama. During his absence JJ bird shootlnfr. Beautiful views m! ofllolal sIgnature and teal thin
points of the road and. asked that the I mi eaSy thing to get rid sattarI'e Km' crossing the reserve und destroying Its of Crcsonnt Lake from hotel the lutli day of October' A. Sn limoS.
had charge up n
Lulu Mae Hunter n t aeatj HKNHY
Miss Iiinlnipiit curnii rlivumntlmn ilUTClHINqON
It. John River by DayU.ht. board require all heavy teams to use 8now usefulness and beauty. Through Its 1 verandas. Handy to steamboat n Clerk Circuit Court Futitnm '
the store. The commissionershave HiinbMK, < gore rind sMIT nuiRclos efforts It brougbt about tbe passageof g] luuilliifc. Board l by week ::: JV J. C. Jiulitt Oo.1>,. rIo O p.
Th wide tired wagons. Hfi-nlns girulnfi, 0151$. biiniB
Beach It Miller Line [
II. H. Cooper arrived on Saturday appointed one of their number lo RiutlJtt nod nil nclicd and\ pniiiB You a charter amendment creating a non- n and month nt reasonable rates n
I has been his park commission. o Cater to Northern tourists.' O: Notice of Application
and partisan 14
from Philadelphia as 0..11" bottle I .ii your Ii hose. for Tax: Deed.
Steamer CKESCEJfT. is making his look Into the law and. If possible regulate Aclcxriiiiin-BtHwart Drug With the assistance of the city 1:1: Write for terms. n Notice' In hereby C. W, .
Sold by
I. for many years Car. .JIo'inoeW': ::
loaded
custom be used by puruhnnt of .
., Mrs. Fred Ander the sl/cd tire to Co.. nnd J. H. HniiKhton.. council It conducted a census takIng, g 147,, datml, tie hI day of "t No..
home with !Mr. and Wm. i iu July A 0.: acm'?, I ha ,
G. NORTON
..T..jaoaM>nTllleoaTne daraTban teams. which placed the city In Its proper nled fluid cortliloutu In my nines t and lisa 'R'
lit at S:. .. m. tor Green Co'e, sen. not rank before It otherwise would niado apptlnntlon fortaxitsed.( toltimia inacoortlunco -
isn't big place- years
Crescent City a Lost Tomper Creseent Floridmtirnnnnnmnnnntcricrn with law. Bnld eortlllnatfl .....
hluka, OraMtnt city and principal W.] Will McGrady, the 17.year old son of inhabitants. said have happened.In City n braces the fotiois tog do.orlbtld property_
than 1,000 barm.
,, more a "Lost temper does great oared in PUtnins
"IIID" T. ;McGradj of many 1007 the club raised a fund of : county IPtorhia' to-watt t 4
Mr. and Mrs. James officials who do the work politician "Ionce knew a man who 53.4 of nw4, SeottoisShm. \MWiush5p ii 5,, -. .,
a
i *" lan,hlda Denver who Is have about as much to worry held thirteen trumps nt whilst and ou The aald' land being annniiied :
and gratuitously In at the date
Monday at e,110 mI from I building and last year. one day. of 1P
paralysis has been brought home towns. W. B. account of his partner'! temper bi> took Fr..b"" Sal the B.hoon.W the Iftsuance of Much certificate In the name ..
big
*rt*>"W.wharf tootoft...ra Btr.e' l the over as In some during what was known an the panle of W.C. Barron. Unleu' calmS' certificate -q
I and dta-ov- stuntS
Hospital, trick with that Ideal buo Augustine the only one
[ Mtihoat aw the St. Campbell who Is the president In the fast $10.000 wowralned. to build resieonlmia000rdunistolaw. tax deed will
that his condition Is "Impossible!" sneered a reporter who >lril Hume,, nut* Hiilil In "'1'11 Ilk II II. \Vhflt l.*jutt thereon ou the rod day of. November, ,
Pilsts waart fool nt 10. .__, News regrets lo any board of aldermen and Just now acllnll'mayor. a home for the orphans.Tbo intDti'd A. D. UHIU.Wltnea) 1 (
column. "f It ? Kruiikllii -
conducted a weekly bridge will I i-vt-i- fiiinp ( I
malcrlilly Improved.Otto full share. conducted an my offlctal stisuiatureandsaat thH
his '
ban always
club
not than
has more the. In Its cradle and suld. thsaamtdnyofocnm.r
"Impossible? Not at all was lu It Iniby B. iso,.
& T. CLARK Traffic. Manager, R. Grosse an orange buyer of I lie has to see that licenses are collected, politician's reply. "Yon see ua soon as aggressive campaign' for bouie Industry ". bd", 1 will ever medl bat?" [LS.iitl Jlerk HKNHY; HUTOHIN8OW as1
has been here other and has done much to bring about OlroultOourt Putnam Co., Fl... 1
hundred
Jaoktonvllle const, l
Fla. the cast stravved and a his ace on -
Merrltt on ( streets tbls man trumped partner's -- --- -- iiv J. O. BalU A. O.
manufacturers
for the past two weeks and has purchased mailers llul: cause a heap of worry, bul the Urst piny his partner In a riige! u liberal patronage has of reunited home In great- A Truthful Sign. II::
which
Crescent City Transler Co., several thousand boxes on an Mr. Campbell Is a good, .nuturcd man and jumped up mind kicked him out of the benefit, to Spokane. Mr. i.I.oniicur- the way. did you. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. t:.

Grosse Is a German and without! grumbling, even room," ever know hat large earn are a sign
Department '
Unto f. o. b. basis. gives his time Each year a city beautiful or general' of the Interior.V. c
all train at crescent City Juno cheese the of generosity? Miss .aull-of course,
with manner
freckled limburger find (fault la ---
talks In a when persons cleaning nnd planting campaign conducted .
U., for he IIKALT1I Mr. I.onncnr. 'Ibev are a sign tbat 8. LAND Orricn AT GAINKBTILL Fr..... .
winning, He Is a
Night train by appointment.B. dialect but his ways are of the town's conduct. with the result tbat we are October Sdj bios. .
there." official, always menus thus ability to do it good 1 dll3"R| able to report over 80,000 trees planted : nature b,... len geoeroult. Notice I IR hepeb, 5Ive., that Wtitians D. t11._
conscientious
M. lABaZB. Manager Is certainly "gctUn most work. wllhmit undue. fnrliniu mid to - --- Onto. or Norwalk Ytortds. who on

Sometimes we have to go a good 1 way cheerfully listening to complaints and find Ufa worth living. You unnnul In the last committee four years Is always! and the active.city. Tins Spilling Claaa.Willie :9523.1 pith \-i"rW:': :. Hone.tead eater.> for idnt7 Lot\ I AWII a.e- .
the beautiful
B. B. from home 10 get (he news as witness, remedying ihem where possible- hove IndlRpiitlon! or eOIl tlpn"ollwitlll"L Is 1'.nrho.r1',11, .oln'ld.n..I' WIlliI' _-,.Town.hlp la siuui.ut jrvnnKe. m e..... 1
association'
HBRRISBarber from the I Hint should be encour- In npHptilnK' the llvi-r and Tbo riaygronnds an It tell TnllahaHHee Merldlun, .hiMfllml notice of In. .
the following Item culled kind of official the blood. (SueI n> condition Incorporated branch of thin ctnlt, and Its I i-iin't 1'1'11| || but I can tention to make. Final Commutation Proof t
held the
Gainesville who has polluting It 'l'.lIch"-W.II. tnen. toeHtablUh claim to the land
the Paul C. Smith what ineuns. abovedewrlb" I
: slate news column of j aged. for nmv hw. beet nnd qulckput rullpvccl pioneer work In securing playgroundsand ed before the UI.rl of the circuit Court at -
office of town clerk nnd treasurer by H"-rblm, the bent liver\ nuulntnr equipment for the boys and girlsIs I, what does It mean' WtIiIeTwtmim..ludge. PalutkA Florida on the loth day of NonmooJl I

: CRESCENT CITY. Sun: City will use the remainder I nearly If not quite 15 years, Is another that tht. world linn ever known. much appreciated by the clllzena. ltfO(;. names a. wltnennasi
"Crescent
which was voted for Imorovomcnt who gives the town a good deal Sold br Arikxrnmn-Btewnrt. DrnirCo. Tbe club tuna also for some tlruo been Kugeiiu B Wrli/ht. of Norwalk I FlorIda I
A of the $15,000 official ne wbo relies on posterity to do him Harvey H. of/ ;
clean.. of municipal paid ., and J. H. Haughton.A Bard Norwalk Florida.. .
Chop and a clean s&LlsfaOtOFYShse for the erection needed more of his time than he'll ever get very active in the fight for grade sep Justice will not feel the pain ot disap! JoH ph Joiner, of Norwaik # ,"'. 5 -
and Hair Cut gaaran- buildingS, s city hall having been aration.-Arthur W. Jones In Spokane Oub. Jones, of Norwalk.lt'JI'B. I IA
JdTry me tf. time. for. .. For Arithmetio. I'Olnlm..ot.-l'Uek. H UN KY \ .

for some buy" milil the. head of the firm Review. ____ ReuUtei Is
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tbut bare a great What a Dollar Dog Can Do.
uotlciHl you
"I've Notice
of Application .
:Southfield Hotel head for (Inures although you don'tseem A maD In a nearby city bought for Tax Deed.Nolle. I

nblo/ to "pell or write at all. his wife and child a year ago a dog Car U hereby Rlren that O. W. I
to lie of Tax
Crescent 4'7'7"7"7"7'7"7'7'7 DesperateCoughs rt\ar.r'l\"fo':: \: Ctertlnoet I "No
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I City. Florida. ; How does It biippenY", for which be paid. a dollar it was HH day, of July* A. D. iwrr:
,! Sessoa 1909-10. ; the office wonderful In the hail fllod: Mid oertlflcnte: In tny office and
c "I 1 atudlpil 'rlthmetlc replied obviously nothing ha* made application I for tax deed, to isue '. '
Ra.l'e ; wanted to know canine merely n mongrel with in auuordance with law "
"'muse I way- Halt' cortlfloat
U.15Q per day up. ; boy. embrace tim.. ;
of The followlntf d..tbe4 l< pro..r"ult.d \,- ...
grade de battln averages. the bulldog strata predominant. .
highest bow to fliiure in Putnam ..
county .Iorld. ,
Weekly the
t..I"
\ and monthly ratoe on ti! That we sell whether it be Chicago Itecord-Heruld. owner was n man In bumble circumstances M,H,'-tU fo of a4 no
application. ,4I. Goods v. und tile dog In his modest Dangerous The said land being ami ..efl at the date of I ,.
CrockerY0rDrYO00I5.1S
aside coughs. Extremely the Issuance .,
asset of
Crm.r. dwelling was the principal such certllioate th. uanm
S. A Myth
A. KINNARD., Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, r "What makes your youngest son BO from'tt few sticks of furnlrur The perilous coughs. Coughs that of he W.O.redeemed Bnrron according Unlea' .tolawtajc.!ci .rtlttcate deed shall wlU

I n"U1 Front Lake and Park- Vlcek/ We Will/ Begin sager for athletics' ?" other night Tom was tied to a tear of rasp and tear the throat and Ififlutt thereon. I> **" .on the Mil cl&y of ov.D\
This w "Filial admiration" answered thewurrted the kitchen Btulc.. as usual and tbe oo.wtt' H 'I :
f, Ples.ant tunes. Coughs that shake the my ofnotalnlgnatare and seal l tInt
i.$ Room*-. Fresh Heats ,, looking mother. "1:1.: > believesnil family went to bed. They were awakened the math day of ( '' A. D.) lien.

4 k.!_u.ille Uniorplllllld. t' regular winter season on choicest w the storIes. lilH fntbPP tell about. by tbe dog at midnight scratching whole body. You need a regular [Heal OlerkClrouUOourt] 'N'R'ir IUTTOH1NHON.PusinismQo.Li'i.. .I'I A

I Ii"I Our be able to obtain the the wonderful things he did when be at hIs master's door. When bU medicine, a doctor's medicine By J. O. Baits 1>;0, I

Great i and you will of Beef Pork and Mutton. v > vvu* n hoy and U trying to "innt Ib(' master came out to see what was tile for such a cough Ask I -

: Reduction cuts of all kinds this season the best v > roi'cird.Wtinhlnntoii. ..Slum. C. matter tbe dog. with from a remnant bla collar of your doctor about Ayer's Proposal f for Hire of r Convicts.Th .
conduct chewed ropebanging ,
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IjJ: Now >i. the time to get the beetP1'pOueibIe i' We shall Crescent City has ever known and DAllY whined and ran to tbe bead ot tbe Cherry Pectoral. Putnam* Board, of Count' Ooinmliwloncra, will remove bid of -' I -J 3

> at the best possible store that more than a pleasure A TINY stairway. 'J'be house was oo Ore and W.II\O""."_sun fUUtO. for the,,UmHe'gm..r:oountyM: eonvletti aid I
Ce.. will be cnn't. toll you In'worrls what theroubla after woman nod child and .... .. lenses; be for one year iMiulnnluti Jan-4 .
shortly : :
patronage .1. flieshotL1FTI imry tM, mo Bud will 1 be
l your la, but If Its complexion Orptapxary. A op ntMi as V
.:'t Creamery Bu.ter . .40 to us. If It g.r* weaker and wonk.or. man and dog made. their eflcapv of glowing their lJ 4 ersjjjAny _--to I nVIootr The II'I':: of.,OountvUonnulHHlonera on Wrnlnwmiar.i Dwo.; AtI,. 1M*:
\ 4 I! I K and poor dwelling wt.s a miisn .... 1 Ion tb* right to resery.
ll.t, S lilt ''it-vi flwtrt\ nnd croiia pvovUhtvnn i-elm'S: nny und alt' hut.
1 Bacon. . . 16 PRESTON CO. V7M CHI h* ftortain that tt hn woimalive embers. 'J'IIII owner of tbidog bas I II I.. IL HTBPI; :',
.; t4l b." grain Rice) . . 06 The C. H. i ( It Whlre'ii OKI.ni Wniilrmr., been, urged to pnrt. wIth, blm for a I good doctor will tell you (hit medl- 1 -TIciMril fiount|tnrtle
,' ,, Beet Flonr . W i. lI'l r"nte. ,d hitrrnlpaa. 1< xp..l< She large "II,1t cinmluerailim. ; lint I iiiuugn 1 cine Tike Ayer's Cherry-Pectoral cannot 'n."IJ'.R HPTtflINausi-. '

*.?: *' bbl l spring wheat Flour ,IUI5 "! Premier Food Products wnrma and pura the hthj- lit, K hcit-. ] be In IIHIIUIIVMM. no will not Port WHO I do Its best work If the bowels are con : _"...: :;.rk NOT rui.nrt]ttis, t., n.t-:. .asm- "'It, is-rd... .I 1/'

$Voting' out 12 shell 400s thy normal. condition.Thin tbi four footed ..,,\'Ior ot bin family. stipated. Ask your doctor If h. know : I 1.
r box. Ragn at i. Heinz' Full line rl'medy Is for aaro by Acltr- Neither.bus the mug at'o'ny tin, bad anything: better than Ayer's Pills for cor.I -. I I_ -J. I
s 'man-Stewart Drug; (:o., and J. faauSbtCJD. I rectlo this slug isbnass of the liver.JIt.II.O.
''/or n et l ,' Flalsfimans Yeast Lc thought of leaving tnern for luxurious .. ChaJRlJerlaio'sCo ak.: Romody
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:::..;>\..., I.' """"" ""' ''''''''''''''''''' Are Ten Kinds on UncleSam's "/' / 1. '\\l !

:t: $ City Happening and $ ,,' \ U
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:" Dr. Johnson h Is upending/ n len days ) ,
: ;,> :, vacation at lili old home in. Atliinlii.Mis. @) 't ,pt; :
; Some of the Moat Imposing of the Paper I
Ift 1.? M. Iliiuitn, and ( Mist I ."
''' I Gertrude, me \lulllng J.IIIF.hler.Lake I Currency May Be Lawfully Refuiod > C

\$' ". ,jf ( Ity. When Offered In Payment -fan : !J. ,.; '

: !! ,.' 'Mrs.! \V. II lloyl I returned Tuesday Obligation of Any Kind. 11s1ntl: "
{ .< evening from I i
/ an extended stay at lieu'
demons lllo, N. C.Ultis Officially there are just let kind of ( :
> money In circulation In the! United f'
H' p \ "
;loki Mcrwln '
returned home
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.:' :. list Saturday, after a protracted visit with I Suites. .Could you name them oil offhand ; I I
,. '.:;; rvliuhcs I In I Illinois ? Do you know which of theme '
; b ; .; >. besides gold coin nre lf-81 tender and ,. /
< Miss Edna Grill returned last Saturday In what amount It mny be that "all
i'; : /..:. ; \ from nt a Tallahassee.>'lsltof several I weeks with hersister money looks alike to you" but there'sa The Best Hats-Knox College Clothes"is

4 difference and below Is the lint: is a phrase that is shouted from
: Julian DuPont of St. Auirusllna, has Gold coins, standard silver dollars, i ) l .. gj many i hous
: ', ; been quite 111 with fever at Ihe home of subsIdiary silver,. gold certificates silver t-d Chertpest iu the long run >ocnu e tops, that we UBH it (' lucitlllltl!.
,. :Mr. and J.. 1' DuPonl. 1 1lI> And j-et "KUIIN-MADE" '
rPtV: : Mrs. cprtlflcntps. treasury notes ((1300)), Knox styles! are: eminently correct and :; Youiig. Men' (,
i : : Mis. 1f. Dcvcreux" and Miss Pansy United States. notes (greenbacks national Clothes I ore "realJy, truly" College" Clothi'8 /
: ;:;: '% Doveretix' returned from an extended I bank notes nickel coins and Knox quality makes for satisfactory! ; ser They[ reflect thJ, ( latest vogue)in! the great uuil:
l till
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: ., \ last Tuesday, vergitjps of tbe '
; : bronze eolnA.Looking I12J! country, .? "
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t1.{ ;:. :: .' ,' TlH'jVVomun's' club request nil memo upon this formidable classification !- viee: Nothing 'atarched'-iuid-atiflf or 'fashion

I ,. .. ,..'. ;"',."". .":'",. ''If on burs Monday'o be at to the assist Armory In at o'clock" : of United. States money as A large stock of Knox lIsts to !plafy" about 'er?. 'They; have the style thllt ,>u
decorating '
,: \{ ; \ ,."., j ThioLaclieg tousle by tbe treaSury deptirtineut. It snleot from-Ilia latest blocks ill is real because it's subtile. You see it, t hilt
:: Aid Society of the Melho- becomes more formidable wbtin It Is can't deflno it.CLOTHING .
: list church will mert at the home of considered from the blKlily technical I ]Derby nnd Soft Hats you I
/Mrs Dukes !WW .. __. .
k%: on Ouk street Tuesday of.lernoon. point of view us a legit tender. Some. .
\ Nov. \ ;: _:__ =-_=-- -t==-= -
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'bi: of the most Imposing; of the paper currency
''' < :, '. Cnpl. A. M. Terwllligerof Si. Augus la. not n legal lender at all, while f lW Fall 'and Winter I For Mtm'and Boys

I ", ,,,.",!" .'."' : tine,, exIensUo orange operator rnd as* to I the minor (coins they are legal 1m Weight Now ready' for Inspection.
'.' Ihe
grower on Indian River has been I tender In such oinnll amounts as to

spending bunch I bId.some time nt Ihe new Kupper. startle the average layman. It may be REMEMBER, We are sole Agents in Palatka for the Celebrated
Boene I In the "Climax" ut the Howell Theater. tomonnw nlirlit I well to recall to this layumu that the

--- -. --_.. --- -.- -- .- __ _u u__n.. ____.____n.___._ ___ The official board of St. James !Methodist term "legal tender" owes Its .significance CRAWFORD SHOES, Correct in shape-Full Wearing Values.
church is going to build
a new to the fact that ID payment of
A Pretty Church Wedding. Death of Mr. Boyd. h parsonage. Up to Ihe present nothing : debt or obligation of any kind It can

St. Marks church, artistically decorated !Mrs Josephine Boyd wHeofCup! W. docjslon.I his been done other than make this wise be forced upon tbe creditor "In full of 1. .

In bamboo and polled plants and crowded M. Boyd of this city, died nt a lale hour all demn ndB." M S. Brown he Clothier t
with n brilliant nssembltiue of ladies Sunday night after an illness of sonie The houseboat Vagabond!: owned by Gold certificates, silver certificates. ,
and gentlemen presented a niosl charmIng three months. The funeral was held nl W. L. Mellon of Pitlsburjr and FatuitIes, and national bunk notes, of which Pal
interior at noon on Wednesday, the the home at 3 o'clock Monday alternoon l hns: been lowed lo Jacksonville to un sucb enormous numbers circulate atka, Fla. I'
occasion being the marriage of Miss and was conducted by her pastor, Rev.II. dirge. repairs to her boilers at the Mer-
everywhere, nre not tender. If
Emma<: Lou Coxe of tills city to Mr. Au. I I. Duull of 1>1. James Methodist church. rill 'Stephens ship yard. legal .
guNttiH Emory Adamson of J icksonvlllc. There was a l largo attendance oj fiiomU Mrs Dr. Paul de h In Barre and llhe Missus you have plenty of money and If you

Prom,>tly at noon and to Ihe strains of and relatives and many beuuliful/ floral I de In U.irrc of Port Clinton Ohio have forced Jones to sue yon In orderto --- -- -- -- .. .-.- -- - -- -- ---.._
the beautiful wedding march played by oiferlngs( attested to the esteem, in which yesterday arrived get Judgment.\ Jones can turn down -
Mlss-Bassetl. Ihe bride, leaning on the the deceased was held ns well us s>mpu- home on Drayton enroutc Island.to their The pretty ladies every one of I these bills tendered In flm'im' IlIflIlIlIHfli IilIlIi1! jJUtllllN1'i; In flIPJJlmlffffiii; ') ,. 1sW3 JI fUUJH

arm of her father Judge M. I. Coxe, thy for Ihe bcrcav'-J 1 members of the are all looking. forward lo a pleasant payment and force ;you to dig up somethIng flj
proceeded slowly up the center aisle to ,fimily" '1 he interment was in O.ik: I winter. better.

'. the altar, where she was met by (Ihe Hill cemetery.Mrs. Should Jones do sucb a thing you 'I Furnish Your Home
You should
groom. Boylls survived by her IUlhbnnd.one read the big page nihcrlls-
might
conceive tbe Idea
The ceremony was performed 1 by the little son and an Infant daughter besides mont of the Earnest Company In this paper. of fixing him
rector, Rev. \\'IlIIum11 Ie, In a most her brothers I P.. C. and 13.V.. I Hero Is one dry goods store that: by unloading a whole lot of silver coins
imprct si\e manner with the full ritunlsen Howell and two siMeis, !\.l is. Shclton does busing's all the lime Because: upon him. But you want to know !
ice und l at its conclusion the edding and Mrs. Black \aldosln, (;11., nail to why( ? Itecaune it trees after it wIth the what you're doing there too. for he'll : Complete .
party with many intimate friends of the laem 11'0".0111 the sincere s>mpnlhyofa f GOODS and the PRICKS.Mrs. <: take only $10 worth of balves, quarters :
family repaired to the residence of,Judge I large circle of friend L. A. of and dimes, while of nickels ana copper :
and Mrs. M. I. Coxe on north 1'Inrdstruct Mis. Boyd was a consistent Christian u nrriv.d. on i' VickcM] 01! SalishurY..1\1d., cents only 25 cents value Is legal. and while the cash is always very uccepCable, we are at '
where occurred the wedding reception woman and a member of the Methodist he the guest nutty of her i.isivxecK sister Mrs.and N.will leaner. !:-i4 the same time glud to extend: you tls use of oUT liberal-pay as -
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attended only by rehlives and chinch. Site was greatly loved by all Tllghmin. Mrs. Vlckers, who has But as to the standard silver dollar.tbpre' t you use system.Iltuidreda I
intimate friends, of which Jailor there whose fortune It was (to know her and
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several
was a throng. Her death is a sad bereavement to nil. spent i the mother of previous winters here, Is no limit upon your shoveling of customers in all the ,walks of life are buying
M. (11.'Ickers of the them out to Jones. This old "dollar their this
The house decorations were the same --- News. Houseful-mailings at store, and using them while
ns nt Ihe church and it indeed presenletl, Card of (Thanks of our dads" still Is tbe real thing In they pay. We refer you to them they are our best advertise- ,
a itccne of gaiety and happiness. Dell, Col. S. J. I hi burn, I limp. Moody and ail business transactions unless some i inont. Every article we sell bears our unconditional Guarll.lINo.. 44. Price- $14.00 I
,. clous refreshments were served. I take this means of expiesslnff m> Robert L. Arnnt arc guests thiseek of clause In a contract baa provided oth ; '
Among the out of town guests were, heartfelt thanks to nil lends. and \V. C. Townsend on his extensive huntIng erwise. Jones may refuse the silver tee to h b exactly as we represent! it to you ; if it proves to, be
Dr. and Mrs. John II. Lh Ing.ton.Ir.! .. neighbors for their kindly aid and sym preserves nt Salt Springs They arc certificate, but when you dig up 'the. ok< ''otherwise, you can gut ;your money back. finished in Veraus Martin
Dr. James H. Livingston, Mrs. M. W. pnlhy during the illness nnd at the time nil expert hunters and there is no doubt metal dollar : looks like Brass, but will not
:Stewart und Miss Sue Patti I liarridge of of the dealh of my late wife. that game Is forming their principal ar they go unquestioned at
their face value. Ana l.UOU of them tarnish. Has 2 inch
Jacksonvdle.Rev. \V M. Bo>d. tide of diet. Dixie Stoves poste.
Dr. DC Vcnux Jacksonville\,wh< weigh I C8D2 pounds. M i
watt to os.I.lln the ceremony was de. /Mrs. I. A Boiighlon who baa spent Treasury notes of the act of 1800 are and Ranges .
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layed by the railroad but was present at To Select Mr. Kellam's Suc turned thu summer In Bridgeport, Conn, re legal tender to their face value In payment j0:4: lire ninde of the, best I
on Monday anl 1
the reception.Mr. cessor. < Is spending a few
of all debts public and private
days In the t materials skilled I
city belore by
going to her
and Mrs Adamson left on the 2.31): () unless expressly stipulated In tbe con .
train for the north being accompanied to< Acting under Institutions from his pretty home nt BrIdgeport, 101u.lirs./ \ uuion labor and- we
the depot by a large number of young excellency, Gov. Gilchrlsl, chairman F. llnughton is accompli n led by her niece, tract guarantee them
Miss( ribh.Rev. Strictly speaking. the United States
'p people who were provided with J. Tcnrnsldc of (the Putnam, county democratic .
a generous Pi.50 to $15.00.
executive comiritlec has called notes or greenbacks are Ipgnl tender, .. i
supply of rice. After a brief wedding Dr. A. \Vardlavv of Union S. -- ---- .
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trip they will make their home la a meeting of the co n nittec for next C., preached at the PresbyterIan church with the exception: of duties on Imports --- .
i: Jacksonville. \Vcdnsday forlhc purpo( of recommending last Sunday nnd the and Interest on the public debt. 1
The bride is a most charming and flc I a successor in office to the hue JT.: wi-II pleased with him.congregation Up: to the was Practically however, since tbe resumption i
UNEEDA
pres Felt
r, complished young Ind't: and was ever K.ellam supervisor of registration. The ent, however, no action has been taken of specie payment la 1ST! greenbacks Mattress. J'Prisucees .
I r, popular with the people of her home meeting ill be held with open' doors looking to extending a call lo the rever hove been received freely :t1 Trice $10,CO, $1.00 per week
and full tendance of the member of and's
city both mid old. a a end gentleman
ii Mr. Adamson young is I the committee is earnestly desired. The without question !by tbe \'.. :t: Guaranteed in every wuy
stores broker of Jacksonville a prosperous and Is nn\nl high meeting is called for 12 noon. Mr. and !Mrs. Coo I D. Smith of New though the law respecting them hasn'tbeen t kWe also have the DIXIE, KYgul,

t ly esteemed ns a young man of high Up to Ihe present time there arc three York, passed through the city yesterday changed. :>! moral character, whoiic future is most crndid lies for the place vU lentils on their way lo their inter home in While the gold and sliver certificatesare j (>n in stock i
promising from the business standpoint. I'e.e nunnV.. II. Min.on and C. 1.Kow I. Crescent City.rl hey made the trip not legal tender as between Individuals i Prices
all of Falatka. from New* York to 4)5) :fS.OO() to $12.50
ton, Jacksonville In nn both Issues are receivable for ____.
"The Climax" at the Howell.The niilomoblle and were three weeks on the all government dues of whatever kind. Sa
wn)'. They will not do it again We Hang Window SLades
theater. In this respect legally morn acceptable
goers of this city will be First Baptist Church.W. .
delighted to learn (hint Joseph MVe. O POS'lER, I'ASL'OU.Sunday Tat Assessor G. F. Gullard was In the than Is the greenback. I and Lay Matting Prices from
ber's comedy drama "The Climat": by \Ycdncsday on his way up the river National bank notes, while not legal 9x12 Velvet Art Square,
Edward Locke, with incidental music by School at 9:45: n. m. where he will be the guest of Eugene tender and not receivable for duties on without charge.! Wo have largf: Floral l $9.00 to $15.00 each.
Joseph Carl lirell. will bo the attraction Frcachinu nt 11'UK I : a. m. und' 7:30 p. m. Wright of Norwalk' for a few dajs of Imports, still may be paid by tbe government assortment of patterns in China/ or.Oriental pat '"
at the howell Theater. tomorrow ( &at Failh.!Morning" Subject: "The Need of More hunting. !Mr. Uullnrd stales thai his for salaries and all debts of ys: and Japanese Mattings to select tern. Price $25.00.: $1.00 per week. =
urday) evening. "The Climax": is a wile has been ciuitc ill for the 1 15 cash, $1 wwok.
past sever the government. except Interest dues from 25o to40o per
Evening Subject "The Divinity of
story of Bohemian lile and whose : nl necks but is per yard. _
one Christ." now improving. and In redemption of national ___ __ ______ _
freshness of Idea crisp humor and incessunl currency. u_
I charm will maintain it in high favor Jr. B. V. I'. U. nl 3.30, 1 p m. KPV WilliamVyIlle\ rector of St By especial enactment no foreign
The brightness of the lines, the wit, Sr. B. Y. P. U. nl (b:30 p. m. Mrrks church has gone to New York to coin of any kind or denomination shall J.
Ihe seeming incongruity of the sites Everybody welcome to nil these serv remain for several weeks or until such be a legal tender. In h the United States H. YELVERTON Jr.
lions and ices. Come ond worship with us next time as he can recover from an attack of
,
surely not least, a delightful fever with so that If some time the street car con- ,

.little......._. '.love."..'._.I.._.K story._ '.._. "y"'y,_.is....said.._.hu w to make the play Sunday. _ ,'m. <...*..,"nr.,....1. ..which.,._...,..... ho i.'.lnuiinu.. afflicted. I11U. dltt'tnr__un '_1\na__._ Ktlllr_.m. _nt__ f._IIA_ /.Illlnna______ "nnll.__.._ I

York"The Climax" comes y.with the New Expected Trouble. weeks.children have been there for some two ellen keep cool dime and fished dig for from something your pocket that Complete Home Furnisher

stamp of success an endorsement One evening Fred, 1. lilted four.
says Is United State It's
which Is universally approved, by the Rev. Dr. James Y. your mo'e.Cbl.cogo -
.
the ChIcago News saw n Hhoollng Hint Fair pastor of (Iho Tribune."So i
press and public of oilier cities wherever for the OMIt lime. Independent Presbyterian church, Sav: Chase Leather Couch. Qt:
liiinnliig: Into (In-
the 'Ph
piece has been seen this season, annah, and who fivorably: one I 09
considered Palatka I FI
house he eielulmud.: "Oh ma mum, I'l 5ti $15.00 $1.00 8.nUJJnn
There .
.a.. has !been no other play produced for a lime n call lo the 1'al.iika church I Fun For the soy. per week. ,
on Broadway in recent years, with the bet there's going to be trouble 111 betty announced to his congregation last Sun you tried to convince ;your son
possible exception of "The Music Mas en tonight. Somebody let ono of I Ihe day that he had accepted :
". a call to the that he was not too old to be subjected m1rimHmmluJIl..04.oi
.. nlmlm-lllN'ii'tlt-lllllUffffmlmtl
tor, hlch has .made such an emphatic stars full. \Veslmlnsltjr Presbyterian church, to corporal discipline?"
hit with the play goers of Ihe metropolis, Richmond \'n., his home before
It is said that a cast of capable Broadway Good Cough Medicine for Children to Savannah. going "That's:, what I did," answered Farm _.,-......-. _._- -- -- ---- --
players will be seen in the different 111'lerprelotlon. ami (Jrowii Folks, Too. er cornrossei.i gave mm a goon ""- 1lJI.MJl.u.1; ?

k nt Ackerman..,Stewart's Get reserved store. Seat! tickets \Ve could hardly/ do without ular Joseph traveling Geiger shoe, a well salesman known of and Savan pop.. woodshed old fashioned Jes' the dresslo'same down as If be In had the Our :Splendid: Display of :;:; ,
i 'limnhi-rlnln'8 'olltfli nah, who has ; ;; ; ;;
Rpmeily"Hii\ made :

I 1'.15. insl.in The the next Home attraction," 1'rlduy Hill night bo Ihe"Servant Dili .1.t Ire found. Floiu It UcHpain to be no of trnod Blnyd: for, K\tin i-, this home section In Savannah for mnny regular 6o'clockon yenn(trips died through Friday at his been\Vhat ten. did;years he younger.do?" High Class rp"l.;; ; .

.. roup and( have uaed It fur yasrsI. morning Iho 5th inst. Me U survived by "He jes' laughed. an' said It reminded
--- one heartily commend It for a wIfe and three children. Mr. GeIger him of the good times be had when MillineryD"liffhrpd

LOST. coughs, colds Hiul nroup in chllilrei" was a most genial and companionable he was beln Initiated In his college r;; "Mitchell" and "Maxwell"AUTOMOBILES
ntd grown. folks, too. The above aoittloman and his death Is greatly de. trnlernlty.-WBsblngton Star. = -
shows lbs Implicit confidence thm'tinny plored by a largccirclo
of
I A cnt's-eye belt pin, silverback '' stint ii si'rs. plane. t In Cliuinhttr/ all over this section. sincere friends Where Court..y Prevail ; 11 who attended !- i' I
litin'o Couyrh Kumodv, a confidence I our opening reception ecIcuI- ,
5.00 reward for Palatka] chapter "Tbe Soutb Americans iI .
re- Uiigfd Older of the Eastern are very po- \Ve sold
on manye' r experience In ,d ninny beautiful
k turn to GEO.( Star held n special meeting the lite." snld the man who travels. Marine and Stationery
GAY, and no the use of (it. No: one steed hesitate on eve.nhllt' hats, but are still I
of the 3d adding
asked. o tine thin remedy, for It conhilng no Insl. Ihe same being oc. "Naturally, answered. Miss Cay Gasoline Engines aDd
questions 'hlorofortn, opium or other nitrcntius casioned by an o/liclul visit from the enne. "I n some of those republics It more. It is an every day -
mil limy be given to a child as confidently Mrs.Grand Matron of Ihe'orderln Morida Is not safe to slight tbe humblest citi "iMiuy| ; and tlifiiis nl"'IIYs.nDlE'tlllng f. :! Supplies Sheet-Metal,
LOST-Dark red milch cow, last seen as to ml adult. members Orpha D. Bruce of Tampa. The zen. There Is no telling what moment 1 new to attract Plumbing! and
nt Orange !Mills Reward if returned to Fur milo by AeltermauSl.ewllrtJ received much needed Instruc hit may become ''i"1! inteiested in flue Work.
tion and presIlJent.WlIsbng.ton / nul-
'. benefit from her -
visit
F. Tcnny 1'cderal Point Fla Co. ns she Is -
I nn expert In nil mailers pertaining to (ho Star. liuery. = Repairing a Specialty. ..UI
order. At the close of the n..itns.' n
social time was enjoyed by-oll'J present; : Marriage. REMEMBER I That we
ice cream and coke being served. "Marriage may be. compared to a 1 also have a fine stock of lad = Palatka, Florida. '

Hon. John P. Wall of Putnam Hill tram car" said a coo rooe.J. bachelor. lee light; weight Winter

his been in the city this week. Mr. 'WbyT' asked his fair paittcr.: derwear Ifosiery Gloves n 1I11n1lilJlra:3ll1IIII1III1: ::; '.'1IIII1 1111f"IIIIILl/II" / "''atIJIJIII11l11.mrmlJlQ! lll'.lIIIIlIfIII'E", ;' '" 51

Wall is going lo do something by way "Because some people are :just as notions of all kinds -- -- - -"
Homes for of attracting to his section a few of the anxious to get out of It as others are un'l iutt SALE-Foul'

Everybody Iho I lorlda state homcscckers, nnd he has now pouring into to enter!"-London Telegraph. For the Hen. pair. and excellent IUlle.organs Rtitea In good reasonablo rot-| NOtiC. of Meeting of tha Stockholder

Putnam I Hall reason for the Apply to P. J. Beck at G. W. I L of Th. Earnest Company.
country is one of the rich. SlerJinll"S
stand
Foresight.Little Lemon
est agricultural sections in the 11"10-0 We want them to mtnem- str""I. \ If. | To the Stockholders of the Earned
section settled long before the war andvhosofarmcrs ? Willie-Soy. pa, what is foresight ber, that we clean, dye fwd .. i Company, !and all persons. Inleresled:

I Dwellings built to order \ have always been pros Pa-Foresight, my son, If the re-block all kinds of !Straw:! Nice pure O..orfllV..n.( *.. Hyrup.. TAKE; NOTICE:! That on November
your Mr. Wall faculty of being around when there Is put up III 01 t the
perous. thinks of embarking Felt Panama nlr-Hvht uses, 3> Inn. 18o 20th, 1909 at 10 o'clock a. m.,
I And In Ihe real estate business there and mak a melon to be cut.-Chicago Mews. and Stilt Huts. 5 IbH. afie; 11 lb.., 70u. Guni-mitred j In; store and place of business I of the Earnest
sold on the ing the section better kaown.Notice. he absolutely pure and fresh at A. I Company In Palatka Tlorlda a meelln*
Circumstances are not la our power; 3 Miss Kate' L. LucasfTmrm7rnrrLurmtTr Oralrif( 'r'8 Golden U Grocery.. I of the stockholders of sold company will
virtues are.Farrar.Joy i be held for the purpose of tnkln necessary
c Easy Payment Plan. The Pntalka : Have you ever tried Gralngcr'i I action to Increase the capital stocK
Chapter Order of gro. Thousand
Eastern Tell
carIes? Finest and freshest I I of sad company, from
Slur, will hold Us regular meeting Nov. In the city. Dollars to, Twenty Thousand Dollars,
16th at 7:30 p. m. in Miionlc hall. Riding. I beheld
1 If Stubb-There There is no use of FOR SALE__ t land for this purpose, nn election will
you want one come and see me at ALICE H MASKELt goes Henpeck In his Hunting modern Nice 5 room cottage, by said stockholders.
Worthy Matron. machine Where Is be going In such' nrounil for a pines to gut your GUN Improvements; Granolithic side THE EARNEST COMPANY
: once, at my office No. 1, Canova Build EDNA MARSHALL, a hurry? .Peon-Joy riding./ Stubb not RIi:PAl Hiul Rm nuyona n. If who you t'uultl hunt ulliliiv rupulr( you coukl quick walk! lot for 50 1,250 x 200, worth $1,500 to close I By Ed. M. EAB1'1J>::8T. President,

Secretary. Joy riding Penn-Vest. be i Is going to 'any better! thua wa cnn or for nny YOQ'W'jQII' 10.23.If. clsh. P. J. BECKS. A, K EABNKHT,,. Secretary. .,

.. ing. Office Hours: 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. Hard Food. take his to wife to tbe station and she Is PttlOHM.Wo Ire also In the rtlOYOr.E BVglNKHH ---.... : 111.22.. -
going be -
gone two weeks. anil nlwuy J.
-Chicago rvtujy to
HEat hard food If News. 'LIla bluyulu they Supply anyoiiv wltu FOR SALE-Nlce 8
;you wish to keep wnne. room Residence ,
F. J. the teeth clean nod preserve them" la E. O. EARLS modern '"Provenwnw. Lot: 100 x 150,, Grainger hm buHt up Fresh a big goods grocerYbualnessi : it
Cunningham. one 01 Reason l I.:
the "Generally debilitated home
advice of a phynlrlnn. for years 11btf" Jn the ell,.
I Had sick headaches lacked ambi 417 Lemon Street Palatka- Florida, 'Vorlh ? 10 close| quick. for .a.500 lowest price See him. _
Don't think that pile can't be ,' tion was worn.outand all run-down. cAsh. P. J. BECKS.. 10. J'If. 2 acresbeering
-- 'FOR SALE. 35 acres land
cured. Burdock -- -
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Thousand of obstinate cases. Blood Bitters made me a FOR RENT-Six house.lllclu'I.1 -- -- + as good

have been cured by focus Ointment.. well woman." Mr.. Ch&s, Freltoy; Innr bath room., furnished( : room FOR SALF_Two good bo lid Inlr( Iota Irish ,Ialo orange land grove.a* there Balance ta In Florid
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Mo at say drug itore. Moosap CODS.r near new
VV Huff tit Wuteryork Sell liheop. B 80K.
Dodge .
; '- Street ll H It. I ply to E. WIndib, :' i15.ttV .Ap.- l t!4.2J-tf.J mile*city.' fJ

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