The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1909
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33474843
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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[f J =SEW- SERIES',;VOL. XVII. NO. 48. eP

PALATKA f 1. Per Yea
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u rJi Mias Sophie Howard and Mr. Most Worshipful Grand Lodge, ,. ,

a Judge V. Walton Married F. & A. M. of Florida Lays

Last Monday. CornerStone

Grocers of East Florida | Last Monday night the Howard homoon Makes '
Oak street was filled with home and OF PUTNAM COUNTY'S NEW COURT
11 visiting friends to witness I lie marriage HOUSE. nutritious
Our stock of Mr. Judge Vcrlrccs Walton and Miss the most ,, .
was never more complete than now g Sophie tli/abelh Howard. This was :lv. Thousand Peopl. Liitctt to Eloquent
and ono of Iho prettiest weddings of the Addresses and Beautiful food and the most
new goods are [ 3j season In I'nlulka
arriving weekly. Music.
Tho bride Is the elder daughter of the and delicious10YAQ
I Week j J A few of our specialties : L j Into Cap) and Mrs \Villiam li. Howard, Standing In a drizzling rain, Justenough dainty
This and a granddaughter of Mrs Charles to prove disagreeable, but noteoough
dampen their ardor In the
Gibson of this clly. The groom is a son
j j Ferris Hams and Breakfast Bacon, t ] of Mr and Mrs J. \\ulloti of this event, witnessed nearly 5 000 cltl/ens of Putnam -
county the ceremony of laying
city Hu Is successfully practicing. law
j j Genuine German Dill Pickles, bj In Palntka and Is a member of Ilia firm the corner'stone of their magnificent J
of Merryday and Walton. new court house by the Most Worshipful ;
i j Olives, Pure Olive Oil 9i\ \ The home was beautifully decorated Grant Lodge of Florida, F. & A. M. hr hrr
yesterday afternoon.
for the occasion; the parlor with roses
j j All the leading brands of Cereals, LJi and fcarns;the hall In while chrysanthemums The place of honor fell upon the SenIor ,}
Past Grand Master, James Careen of
and the dining room In unite and

We are makinga I j Vermont Maple Syrup, New Buckwheat, \ \ pink 1 .T. Ilamm rendered the rmond Louis C.,Massey who took of Orlando the place> grand of Hon.mater i 6a.kin9'Povder.htJ..1u

u= Graham, Whole Wheat, Rye Flours, S wedding march from Lohengrin on the of Morlda, who was unavoidably de- eI.r.PuM
tamed, and who sent a telegram of regret t
Specialty of our !: violin and played several selections during ,
Pillsbury's Gold Medai the at the last moment.
| j ; Obelisk Efj ceremony. y.
The first floor of the court house, now
Promptly> at 8 o'clock the bridal
$20.00 Suit. [ and other Brands of Flour. \ \ entered the parlor led by the ribbon party I nod completed on this was stood covered the school with a childrenand platform fretting over the biscuit "
bearers, A. William
Dorothy Davis
| 11 Howard, brother of the bride, Mary visitors, while the north-east corner making. Royal is first i
] Also the largest variety/ of Impoited Delicacies \ Howard, sister of the bride, and Will was set apart for the grand lodge officers,
In this line we offer \ Walton, brother of the groom followedby he band and those taking part in the aid to many acook's
ever brought to 1'alatka. Miss Susie Lee Walton, staler of the xcrclscs. The grounds all about, the I .
j groom Mr. Charles Howard brother of old court room, the top of the vault and ) success
all the latestt patterns lie[ bride, Miss Edith kupperbusch and other points of vantage were fully occu
Mr. 11 K Merrydiy, law pnrtnerof the pied by the time the grand lodge on lc-
l and designs known to BOTH STORES gji groom. flicn entered the bride find era and county Masonic delegations ar-
groom who were met at the ullar by
this season's trade. i i Rev. H. Dulill, pastor of :'1. James M. E. Masons were present from Putnam i-:
Street j Church, who performed the ceremony (lull, Interlnchcn, Hollister Rodman, : li 'tJ w ': j9 t 11; I
] The bride handsome Salsuma Penltl frruitland, Crescent
guaranteed- The West End [ wore a gown and
hey are white chiffon over While messalinesatin City other points and these marchedIn ,

PALATKA FLORIDA !ifiw : trimmed with pearls Her veil .procession to and from the ceremony..
Band of
absolutely. was artistically arranged with lillies of I lie First Regiment Jacksonllle
the valley und she carried n shower led the way and discoursed .oul-

Should the front !:fi bouquet of brides roses and \lillies of the stirring music. Intervals throughout 1-------- 1 l 'r
ceremony C e
valley. Palnlka has .
never seen a more ---
After an invocation by Rev. W. C. 5
break the color beautiful bride. I F. A. Gerber, Leo Jacobson.
or Foster, Judge E. Noble Calhoun delivered -
.| 'in, IIIiIlli"JIJ'1II" ;'in',till r : UK mi-m' ', inn/ 'm, m'"num I I ,'W-M"hW'HIIf' ".jtm: 'MuHIM I I': \ : Miss Edith Kupperbusch, maid of I a most eloquent address of welcome Invitation-Herbert Crook, John E, I EDUCATORS TO

will honor wore a gown of pink mettsaline 110 the grand lodge, and during It* delivery Marshall L. C. Stephens .
change we Santa Claus Headquarters for 63 Years satin nntlnns and carried a bouquet of pink car- there wasn't a Putnam county cit- Finance-Chns. E. Rowlon, ,R. II MEET IN DELANO

; I hen in the vast audience but fell a thrill Cooper, Matthew Drinnan.
with another Miss Susie Lee Walton, wore French W. G. Til
replace Reception H. Cooper, '
:of pride In this and brilliant orator, '
young of Florida
organdy of while and carried a largo ghman E. E. Haskell, L. A. Smith, S. J. Holliday Meeting
who the born.
The H. = was to manor '
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Suit. jotuiucl of white carnations Rev. Howard Dulill of the Falatka I lilburn. Educational Association Will ,

DREW i'hillipsnnd After congratulations Mrs. M M i9ckcrs Mrs. assisted A. G. Methodist church was next Introduced J. W. White, editor of the Fraternal be Great Gathering. ,

Do you know what N & w. B. co. = by Phillips Misses and Irene Olive Gardner Tilghman Genevieve, served by Past the Grand principal.Master Haskcll of,the and day.delivered Record witness was the ceremony here from and Jacksonville write It up to Half-Fir Railroad Rate. Will Obtain. 4"r'f t

this In ; W delicious refreshments to the guests Mr. Dutill's address was historical somewhat for his publication.Mrs. DcLand, Ha., Nov. 30-The official
means buying 45-49 W. Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla. lit The presents were hadsome and numerous and again prophetic. It was tt masertul programme of the Florida State Kducaional -
and eloquent address E. E. Haskell entertained at an Association has been announced
Clothing? principal among which were a II. A. Davis, president of the Informal reception at her home after the F. '
large chest of silver,a silver. tea service, Mayor as Prof. A. Hathaway, principal of the ,q
e board of trade of Palatka then presented in honor of Mrs James Cornell -
Duval school
ceremony high ,Jacksonville, la president -
dish and
It simply means that i Do Your Christmas i a of turkey numerous II silver trowel for use In laying the and Mrs. Silas B. Wright, wives of of the association. Dr. Edward
pieces cut glass.The
brides dress lone, in a few eloquent words, the past grand masters of Florida Mrs. W. Jonrndl, president of the Woman's
going aw ay was trowel being accepted In a brief, aproprlate G. Tilghman assisted at this function College!? Is chairman of the executive
pay for burnt almond broadcloth with hat and
when you us a Shopping With Us match response by Chas. E. Rowton, The reception was for tho wives and ommittee. .- j

lloves Mr, to and Mrs. Walton left Iho M. W. of Palatka Lodge daughters of visiting Masons. The programme announced Is a strong;
suit of clothes you are .. on Then came the actual ceremony of one President Blackman, of Rollins
o Mail Order Facilities Unexcelled various Line of interest amidst showers and lone, laying In which Hon. Jame. Car- Among the prominent Grand Lodge college, President Ilnllcy of Stetson unlrerslty. ,
places nell grand master, had charge, assisted officers present In addition to those already Prof. Boyd of the Woman's college .
taking out an of old shoes and good wishes
Unlimited Assortment of Holiday Stationery = rice, many by the grand lodge officers, or those mentioned were Hon. Henry W. Prof.'Vernon of the State UnIversity -
host of
j Books, Late Noels, Bibles, from a delegated to fill their places. The ceremony Long of Marlcl and Marcus Endcl! of and a score of other distinguished
Insurance Policya .
the beautiful rltallsllc acksonvlllc, both past grand masters.
iii was according to educators have been assigned to places ''r
"| Purses, Leather Novelties)I Fancy Goods ill'' Services service of the most worshipful Also Mr. W. P. Webster the Grand see on the programme. ,

bona fide one on | Cut Glass\' Hand Tainted! t'hiiu: Rev. John I.cmley111 occupy the grand lodge and was deeply Impressive rotary and Hon. E. N. Holt of Green The meetings will bo held Dec. 28.31In
pulpit of the Presbyterian Church Sunday The prayer was by the Grand Chaplain, Cove Springs tho Auditorium of Stetson university
your clothing.The iii I Framed and Unframed Pictuies. Toys, Dolls, Games fec. .jjI morning and evening lie Is a.disInirulshcd Rev. Win. Wyllie of St Marks church At night 'the young men of the city and in the Assembly hall of the DeLandublic s-i- ; ,
KODAK Photo Golf and Tennis Supplies preacher and it Is hoped that Then came the ceremony of depositing Athletic school
I / Supplier / y gave a dancing party at the
fabrics he full congregation will greet him. the box containing the mementoes. Club with the First Regiment Band The College Arms Hotel, which Is ::P,
are Sporting Goo ". Arrangements will be made for regular Contents of the Stone. furnishing the music. one of the cry finest In the slate, will ?n
I OFFICE Furnitureutional Uookcases.. services from now on. be the headquarters of tho association.
absolutely all Wool. gim ---- Laid in and fitting snugly to a cavity The Palalka Woman's Club expected The manager of this great tourist hotel ij:

:'iwainm II>".till m'"n,, m tLi'L,18, Ji is< m .,m .lIIt 1111, III: ,HI. 18.1,mmm::: :: 'wu lot the corner-stone Is a scaled copper and 10 serve lunch on the Court house I has fixed a rate of $2.50 per day. The
There Is anIndividuality I box containing the following papers Iq..are-dld spread their tables there-- Putnam Inn and a score of other hotels
--- --- articles: but were obliged to move to the shelter and boarding; houses have fixed a rate of 't
about C2 THAT In your Palnlka News of Nov. 26lh,1909. of Mr. Burl's awning across the street. from $1.00 'lo $1.50 per day.
mouth Palatka Times.Herald/ of Nov. 26thI The 1 rain disappointed others, ai well as All the railroads of Florida have fixeda
Fraternal I Record, Nov. 1909 the ladies, but no one pretends to hold rate of a single fare plus 25 cents for ,
the fit around the BAD a Times.Union of Sunday, Nov. 28lh the Masons responsible for the weather. he round trip. Tickets will be on ...IeDec.
SURE and also special Putnam County supplement 26, 27lh, and 28lh and will be good "'
collar. SIGN of the Jacksonville TimesUniOnof lIon. John P. Wall of Putnam Hall for return, leaving DeLnnd as late as'
... Homes Everybody Nov. 24th, 1909. filled the place of Grand Treasurer at the Jan 1.Tho. .
TASTE Menu card banquet Dec. 2nd. corner stone laying. and bad a prominent citizens of DeLand will tender'
Come in and try one Disordered Program of ceremonies cornerstone part In the ritualistic service. the visiting educators and their friends

LiverTODAY. laying by the M W. Grand Lodge of a i public reception In the splendid par- tf
on. You don't haveto lorltli LAKE COMO. orsof Chaudoin Hall.
Copy of invitation to ceremonies. Tho City of DcLand will bo beautifully L
Let us show Dwellings built to your order List of Putnam County officials. decorated ilh the National colors
List of Palatka City officials. Mr. and Mrs. James Manchester of In honor of the delegates. It Is estimated I
And sold on the Roll of membership Palatka Lodge F. Cleveland, Ohio. who have been guests that more than a thousand dollars
you why we knowKirschbaum & A. M. 1909. at the Highland House left for St. Pe- will be expended by the people of De- 1,
Roll of membership Palatka Chapter, tersburg, where they will spend the Land, through their local committee, la

Plan. Order of Pastern Star. winter. making special preparation for the approaching ?, +
Easy Payment Year Book Palatka Woman's Club Haymartand daughter of Missouri, meeting It is estimated that
with roll of members 1909. ere the guests of Ben Haymart. more than a thousand delegates will at-
and Lincoln Penny, 1909 Mrs Brooks and children of Hollister, I end
If you want one, come and see me at ns Silver Half/ Dollar 1909. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles' The railroad companies will put on
Picture Clly of Pnlntkn, 1S84. Palmer. extra coaches to accommodate 'the ,

SchlossMake once at my office, No. 1, Canova Build Report condition Putnam National Rev. Parrot and family: have rented a crowds. -,
Bank house here, which they will occupy for The people of DeLand have organised ,
the best Hours 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. Report condition of East Florida Say I some time. The people of Lake Como a local committee and eight subcommittees '
Office '
: & Trust
ing. ngs extend a cordial welcome lo them. to take charge of the various do' gilt
Directory City of Palalka, 1909. I alls of preparation and nothing Is being
Clothing on earth. Card of C. D. Smith, Court House W. L. Dlggclt left Monday for Sea- left undone which will In any way contribute '
F. J. Cunningham. onlractor breeze going over land. He spent a to the success of this meeting. ;
hall and month here. Mrs Dlggett and son will
Views-City 'two street scenes. County superintendents and school
You will feel better almost
List teachers Palatka school No. 1. leave Saturday while here they were board members, school principals and
immediately, ant still betterToIVIorrow List teachers Pulutka school No. 2. the guests of Mr. and Mrs J. F. Gable. teachers in large numbers have already
List members Palalka Board of Trade. The packing; house Is nearing completion reserved rooms. i
r t Bylaws and Board of Trade Review and we will soon have busy Special announcements ol the pro "
for June. times in Lake Como. gramme and of the special features of
-- Copy Bond Trustees Pamphlet. The people of Lake Como held a entertainment to be provided by the
THE: CINUINC: : hM the HID: X: an
the conclusion of the laying
At stone
the Irani ol noon -oh.e..nd 1hdgimlur e Thanksgiving dinner at their new hall. people of DcLand are being; mailed to
and .r ol J. H. ICILIN, ceremony there was a brief address by A large table In the shape of an "L" all interested In education In Florida by ; '
\, % CO., on the .lde. In RED. he grand master, followed by the singing was beautifully decorated with flowers, Prof. Suhrle and his subcommittee on ... 'i,' 4
p FOR SALE: BY ALL DRUCCISTS. of an ode to the tune of "America greens and fruit The centerpiece being publicity and correspondence.
,. ,'1 after which the grand chaplain pronounced composed of ferns, holly, flowers President Hathaway of Jacksonville '
w -------- the benediction and all was over- and fruit. At each plate was a little expresses himself as very much gratified F
except the music and that was fine. green basket filled with candies, whichwas with the unusual activity the people ,
"IF IT COMES FROM FEARN- We are showing Manicure Sets, \'/ From the stone-laying ceremonies tho a souvenir of the day. The table of DeLand In preparing for a great gath w I' lq
.I. grand; lodge and visiting Masons marched was laden with all the good things pos ering. It Is hoped that this meeting; j'v
\t to the Athletic club rooms on\Valer sible. The following be a fitting climax
GUARANTEED. menu composed may to Florida's
SIDE'S IT'S Mirrors and Silver A Fire Loss street, where a banquet was tendered the dinner: Five large turkeys. Cranberry great educational revival.
Brushes, Combs M hem by the Palalka lodge. sauce, lettuce, celery, pickles,

i.t Th. Banqu.t.Allho beets, cabbage salad, chicken salad, To Kill the Hyacinth ,
B. May be prevented by mashed potatoes dressing. sweet 0010-
Novelties in variety for Gift conclusion of the ceremoniesat toes, creamed onions, rice,'bread butter, 11./ _S. Assistant Engineer Bruce arrived
n' great insuring jour property the court house Palalka lodge enteralned cheese, fruits Mince pie, pumpiCfa pie, In the city this week on the government's '
of the lodge steam launch '
0! tho officers grand doughnuts tea, coif"" blxty-two sal HilUiborough to
of in one of our old and all the visiting Masons at a pretty down to lie dinner and did full justice superintend the Introduction of his endless ,-s
A wide pieces wN in tho of the Palatka chain hyacinth and
i.i.Purposes.. range banquet rooms- to It. Dinners were sent to the sick In destroyer the
Reliable Athletic club the villager and letters of work has been going on very satisfactor ,
/ t The banquet hall, presided over by read from Spencer, Middleton regret and were family ily for the past several days
-t no- caterer I.ouis Kalbfield, was tastefully of Pomona and rcd'k Wheeler of charge of the crew of the 'steam ,
'- at a nces. ,bt Companies decorated and the menu, from Florida Montclair, N. J. After dinner a speechwas launch Magulro is .-double pontoon ? i
roast turkey down through Iho ionqrange made by Rev. Crlppcn, he then from which, a ladder is extended and
Fearnside of toothsome viands to coffee and named dlffercst those which gatherer the hyacinths and dumps '
states, born In the +
fruit was all that could be desired. stales named, A them Into a pile where they die. The '
rising. number of
/t] SMITH The Jeweler Past Grand Master E. E. Huskell of slates were represented also plant must have air as well a. water, but "'
I H N. Hnle' l 1uCker c & Bro. this city: was the toast master and short, countries, two from England, two foreign from In this pile they are deprived of the for.m..r .
I." eloquent addresses were made in reospDn.u France, and one from Germany. The and 10 dewy The new destroyer i
fo his calls as follows: following gentlemen will\ clear and destroy several acres of
were then calledon
; Palatka I Florida. "'1 ha. Must Worshipful Grand Lodge for toasts Howard Gates, "The hyacinth. in a day. ,
, Clothing I.t' ," Real Estate andInsurance F. & A. M. of Florida," lion Silas B. Ladll1";" A. P. DeWotf. "Our Country" a

,. Wright, Past Grand Master O. B. Boblnson, "The old-Como Mr. New Hardware Store. 1r
"Our Present and Past Officers of the Skllton of William Turnaga has 'w
.I t\ Watorburyj.Cono) "His first teased the old re. ,
l' t Court House Grand Lodge, James Carnell, Past Impression of Lake Comoi"; Mr. Eaton Loeb store on Lemon street of W. O.
; Opp. Grand Master
--- ---- (of \Vakefleld. Mass) "The Yankees;" Tilghman and expects to open up the.
-- "Our Subordinate Lodges, Marcus: C. C. Sullivan "Our Southland." The same between now and the '
_.__ ___ -'- 'Phone 128, Endel, Pant Grand Master
with full
: Co. -- speeches were very fine and received a line of hardware and crock-
Masonic Guests lion
Our Henry
hearty applause. These-
Mark' Bazaar.Tho Compliment to a Palatkan. Palatka, Florida. W Long, Past Grand" M.ster. by singing "America."were"Dixie":followed and ery.Mr.. Tut-none has been with the Ken. k knerly
St. 'Our County, Hqn. S. J. Hilburn Syne." .
speakInir 1i Lank. The afternoon Hardware
Collegiate companySfor the
MU, guild The Slelion Weekly wee post
j annual bazaar of |h. thetudents of and Hon. L. C. Stephens. spent In social chat after which several years, from which
address lo supper establishment 9,
held ned of recent "
be a Hon. II A. Davis
will 'Our
jf of St Mark church B Stetson University by E. Noble City, r was served, about fifty, partaking; h. resigned the first ,of .the present + ,
Lemon and Third, \.edn".dlly, the 81h ineL she,swill John of Palalka. says ol him.: "Ile -- of f Palulka. Everyone had a delightful flay. month -
, the usual army of fancy g Calhoun, alter, R"gnlst.a: this bowels' promote$ Coven were laid for 200 guests.The He Is s young man well and
Palatka. bo ble for Christmas, Colfuo tee IDnd.wlchel. Is one of the malt" eloquent Mr. Calhoun young spoke ..u.v imturnl ino.emnl.. cure ens.tlpxtlenIhnan'a local committee In charge. of theday' Services were held In the.. !M. E. known In th.., city and favorably l '
will the lime eburch county and hla
and "ndy In follows : Sunday morning. Mrs O
neys exercises K.
Adv."r were !
Ice cream HrKuletl.
C1lkea. He l Is e << friends
I Soulh.
are only limited
of the i'
and there will be be on "Tho Ideals for th.m. Sfi Arrangements and Eolertalomeotn.A. Robinson lad >the kpworto.: League by his so '
druggist oeoU i a < lnlauc ,
of C. Calhoun.VoluiU tu shtp, are +M n"fr
: also unlllualiii descendent John la the :predicting foe him t ;
direct *
Louis mmtlng evening.
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THB PALATKA News The trustees of the Internal Improve- Articles of Incorporation.

meat Fund are advertising for bids
on to booon"
Tim undor linecl! aewb ngieo
and Advertiser. 300 miles of canal from 40 to 100 feet jiaaoulated, t"Kvthor Tor the Purpo"ofbj.-

Bntered at the Palatka pontofflce 8S wide and from 6 to 10 feet deep, In the THE REASON WHY I t I commit tlieluwaof, ttOoiuoiBlci thw MlAIIU bodi,] ;Off, und noilJJ A.',. tieSroVlstOs 'bY. A1 Co. 1'

3 mailablB matter of the second clasn.rnbllahed Florida EverjlnJes. !Bids will be bancc I 1'hct o; wiijc.1.1'iI"a' l5J. ysffiSK!? )' erryday

on cubic yards of excavation, and, IIC I RAtiON Hlmir eoiiatllulo, anil b"oom" Its
at Florida on cilini' the liuuiiliua, ol taiLors piuom
Palatka wr upon .
price nursed Is to be paid In cash
upon auuordlutf tu law d
Trldnys byRUSSELL t FII\8T. u...... 'n ,
as the work This advertIse-
A VICKERS.W progresses.' The mini, of till"' 001'poi.,ntloii slUSh be the )
4 meat would seem to Indicate that the inot I ACt FJBimUZHIK I

.. A. RUSSELL. Editor present administration Is committed 10 I OOMpANV.o'riiliitka:t. 1 .:nnd, nlnui', of' bulue Klc.rldU!Hull its prluilpnloltlcjo flu I tthefiiutorvaltociftho Crate Materialof

------------ -- tho drainage scheme good and proper. I <'oiiiimn, )' 111 PalliumOuiiitv .
I Floildni uiiinc.il, onhicMiiiiiv,, ho o. I
PUTNAM IN THE I tuhllihml, at uoli' other 1>IIIoc., In me "StatS,
TIMES-UNION. _: : : 1IeIiI!!! : i 101 t ",,Hill or ulMOWhciro an limy bo aoleotou all Kinds.
by the bouril of JJIrooloia.BILOOWB. S
Putnam county U to be congratulate What State Editors 4

on the particularly advantageous charact 1iIIlmI1 IS THE BEST STRENGTHENING TONIC tiaiian"tocl The KonornI nature unlit Jorporntloii of tho busIness Blmll bla" to.i be I
by Fruit
of publicity which has been accorded Saying. 'lociiiirycm tlio 'Imnlnciiw) of milling, J ; and
In the Putnam county supplement of for Feeble Old People Delicate Children,Weak, Run-down clrmlalMB, :, ,:; or otliui, :,-wine ohuilnlnu::, prodiiou: oftliu t
th. Jacksonville Times.Union, ,whleh m m mM suIt aultiiblM for the pin'"IKIMM of rniiiiufnctuilniJ -

was Issued with that paper Wednesday Accident at Ocala Federal Building- Persons, and to Counteract Chronic Coughs, Colds and piiuiir;,,: cinoiiilcalHiind ruul.fwtlllren: ::: i.liuinlci.l::; KIM: ::, un. compound"*,picnlauM.';: ::: ., j

Ten and iiitlsilcal pages of matter well.wrtllcn embellished descriptive with Tuesday: forenoon, while the workmen Bronchitis, is because it combines the two most world-Famed ,lb.. '1'011)1110, itiiuiiiful, Ol uHefiil" ol hul fur" l 100 tlio iioilllrefiomthunoll |ijui-- Vegetable :

illustrations, the whole at the new federal building were tonicsthe medicinal, strengthening, body-building elementsT'd 110.001 lliuiiuliicUirtliK, cheintonl and tnuniuil -
representative raising a large piece of cast iron for the ,,comnDumlH" "ml'o iiiitniifiictuici willorothciiwlHodlnpoiioof W.I )!

cleverly "made up"valuable and neatly adverliacmen printed, railing of the stairway leading from the, Liver Oil and Tonic Iron without oil or grease, po.'Lo.O' "eI'""...... the nuiiiu from do- Wraps.-

of constitute of the a very best counties in Florida. second to the third story, tho rigging tastes good, and agrees; with every one. 10.> 'J'.. lull II uI"otnro, nloro cllHtillllt,, l
one to buy'
and the piece fell. It line UBci.nnd nuiiply liamiud !
The excellent work of Thomas K. gave way owl,, 000511 titt: 11,150, :lilruimd I to noil, oonVHVOl I ki
We Vinol
raised third if .
been to the floor when the return without question
Bates and Gilbert D. Leach, both well your money olliiirwliiuui" >,iUli| aiiil dispose o:( Ilia':
and known In Tampa is accident happened, and dropped down does not accomplish all we claim for it. olilnoiy, giw oiiBlnun: itonin oiintmiB. iiiiclnnvnuuwniuiyoi /
favorably ev the
the stair shaft to the first floor, breaking "' uiwlul e.lull""I| 101 Pal atka Florida.
dent in the matter thus attractively act puiPOHOM of IIInUl1hllltm'lng., lioldlnffi' roccnv. *
4. forth by the great Jacksonville daily into several pieces and imaging some Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co., Palatka. line uMinrt or diHtfliiiittjiu(I HUB, ""'I c.r puwctr.icl II ,
of the tcrraz/n and rmulila borders. '1'.. "inniiiiliutiiiol' >ii5iiulliiiid Bcnicirnlly ] .
;: The Tribune notes with pleasure som New material for the broken pieces d",1111, rllll/om nnd nil lot tliu vai,'luu. K'I .

of the most striking evidences chronicled of Put-i In has been ordered but the accident will IFfflIp-U- 1LJII1II lumwIientNnow" tllOllllllllltllUtlllOOf 4,,r tbnl" niav fl'ttttvI'N.,' hwreafur. beUBCHllll m I[ 01'
nam county's progress, as ,
this edition. some delay two the or completion three "eekt of. tho building ehitor 10), ), to, 011511545 own,,IUIIKO hliu.oropmiiujlii, oolintiuia, niiilulnln tho lui"Ilium -, __ __ ____ __ _____ _00_'_ ,___ ___. ______ ______ __ _. ,
The is building of - --- .. w-
county a system of tliuloiuoiatlull., Miuniboilt
bard roads to cost $100,000) a court Fortunately none of the workmen Hitlu. duHluvM.. llulucnn,. nnd ,nnv, OLIICM CIIIHH tlWN wwwwwvwwwvww"'
were injured, although, quite a few were STEM END ROT Notice of Intention to Apply of ii.tcir Clii Si,. To oss''n, I.-IIHCI, ooimtrucaliiilliitiilniuid
house to coit $35,000; a bridge across at work near by. The casting weighed upciriito, whin, 'VOB, W II iotIOOM'l'inti \
D.nn's Creek to cost $10,000; Investing thousand and the For Amendment of Charteror "...pol. lor""" 'yIIlW cm Uiu biMluuM ortlio
nearly a pounds
1t90}000 In physical Improvements Florida; has has capo of everybody from any, Injury a OF CITRUS FRUITSA Letters Patent. :: lolporiitloln; : ::: ;! lo,-,"r yIt.UII: : ,o,,;r I pctmonnlpiopurly lonw:: orothorwiBOiiuqiilro .

the largest pecan grove in ; almost miraculous.-Ocala lianncr. NOTICE: I. hereby given thnt W. A. MFTi mid to sail or ,iiiormiiiie the aiiiu, 1 A Christmas Suggestion I2m.
ample artesian water supply; will ship lt Y DAY COMPAN'h'scorporutton ",iil.- lo. iiiliiiurlbu" for.WIt' piirulniBO! nnd, : anti I mocknnd
orK ;:: :
350,000 boxes of citrus fruits this season; Co-operation, Brain. and Capital- new Bott rot has this year made Its ad and, exlHtliiK, untlcr mid by VIeS"" of tho! btiiulH of cilnctr. t-oruciiutloiiM, not tn vlo-....
anti has Inexhaustible deposits of kaolin. appearance! In a serious form, on grapefruit LawS of thoHlate, ..11I'Iorld.,1 Imvlnjr.', its, 11111011..1, Il1w I tolioriuw IIICIIIKV und to
Young as It Is, the Citrus Exchange I II and In principal pluuo of btmltHjHS' lu the Ulty uS f' 011S llio name, by morlicilKU: clcwd I : of t'tHt,: .orltttIWtsP
The of Palatka oranges, tangerines a number ,
enterprising city occupies making good. Those producers who Paltttka ,nil, Htuto of Florida. will t lipplv( to! nnd I lo uiiiiDrnlly, do nnd ,pt'rfcn inuil ; .
four of the and of counties in-llorida. At the present nnd nun nioilful nnd neuniuiuy tocsimycm
supplement hln any
pages KxcnllniiLy. Albnrt W GlIvhrlHt.I 1v.'r- : :: :
the showing made of its industries and have undertaken to conduct their ship time it appears to be a disease which, nor of tile Stuto; of Florida,.; oil It,,, 14th clny;: Uie biiHlliuaB:, of. t tie tornornllonand ;
..' prospects is attractive to all readers meals through It arc, we understand, II not checked, will destroy large quantities of IMppmlwr, A. D. llwfl. for the follonlnii. to liuve: unil c-njoj;nil powcu niul'and' l irIstt-colllmwiolulcoriiuiittloiiBoliiirtcrMilnnd ::
very amnuUmom .. uaat liiuldiMltal toilinillirnc.ttlllUK
getting bettor returns than under prev of fruit. to Hi Charter or Lotte fiuOlltl -! .
anlctd *-
The special editions devoted to the or <
of South Florida which The ous arrangements for marketing their This disease appears to attack full- undur tliu lav* of tho State ol t.. lorlilu.f .
Tribune featured about a year ago have d crop,il practice, and they of are killing breaking the reputation up the suic of colored and to them to In
borne In actual results and cause
much fruit 01.
the Florida by shipping it I That that imruicrnph. of mild fThnrtor, or AND liuljl.AitH' (IDIHlii') dlvldod Into llvoliimilri'dHHOi
traded the attention of thousands of orange green. I tome groves many of the grapefruit I.attera PiLttmt cmlltlud' 1'El\AI.."00 itusundest -' alinioa ol tho .pur Miluo ol Unulluiulivcl
The Exchange seems to have !gotten have been reported from Di.lli.rs. niociOOl, )i euc.lii; w per Cent
people totbii part of the state. Many of as dropping no its to reinS.(.. followm STEEL DIE
hold l of a set of bright, brainy men, who I this cause. The disease also develop ol tho Bald cinullal. BIOC.K ahull bo p,, ..bJo. Inliiwiul EMBOSSED
the who the may
people are now making up TERM. Inpropi'rtyor
know how to watch the mnikel and moiMiy ur tho U"ttuI Htntna, 01
: extensive colonization movement I 10 on the fruit after It Is packed. 1. "The term for which tlila porporatlon l aoivlui'annd' tho Imliinio of thoInpltul
South )Florida gained their first insight! who have reduced to a nicety the art of The fruit first begins to soften and! hnll uxlHt Hhnll, bo for N1notv-Nln.. Yesufa. \ slock' sLut ti bo piiMiblo InciiBh I ) ,,, |i r open
keeping all markets from being gluttec sink a little at the stem end without riint, ,mtId barter, or I.ttttttri. Putont t be, I Isnetet iy:Intwr, or BC I vlc.ua nt: n Just \nluntluil\ to I STATIONERY for
into conditions here these ,
through spec' This, quite naturally means better prices by inserting therein' the following I bo flxml by L1t.orpurntora, cir lioctcri) at
lal editions of the Tribune. The Time the rind changing color. There is mo imrugrnpb .. mui'lliiK tnllud for Hint purpoxo 1'iopni-' ,
Union has done much along the sam for Ihe growers and more profit for them blackening nor molding at first, and the Compensation of Officer. ty, hibor or ."- "\'loc,g iiin>' UHO| bo purLhiiBcul,.,
at the end of the shipping season. Cooperation softened Intact or paid for With O"IIII"hL"'k lit u j unt >cililatloii -
line and publications like the Putnam brains and capitol can work peel remains over the 9. Tho tinlnry' ant ooinpnnftiitton, of the I of ( >c-rtv !Inboi Ol survlcjim to $1QO.ENGRAVED
eoanty supplement are are Jut the softened interior. The softening proceeds PrtwItUmt I ,$ 'tutry, TIOHHur bo thou OI bv'blr.ol llciurd of tllroitonor, the .
Iking" to keep the good work 11'011111'- together for good to the men who Inward along[ the fibers of the rag, r niul IMroetora :.'Irln:: bo flxoil by n vote I company ..t.. movtlng to bo culk'd for ."ohp''po.e.
raise for the Northern market of two-tblrdH of the Hioch of .
oranges and, then outward into the pulp cells. thtu Oorpoifttlon -
Tampa Tribune. nt thu retfulnr annual of theBtookholdorn THIRD.
t Th Tribune editor did not rend the All for three by the appear men to thnt have have been stinted,provided the At first the Inside of the fruit remains or nt a ."..cl..II1..Unll muutlnK, of thuBtorkliolilttre 'l'hts ...,.. ahull oxlnt for n puiloof
almost unchanged In color but the tnlUnl for that
as puiposu iiliicity-iilnu yeura. from thu cliite of thll
Fatnam edition carefully Citrus Exchange.: They already have (Thu fuieuolnit to be Innorted; I CARDS
county at AS we softening goes on, the diseased pulp puiagruph clmitur, uuluHB Muulier dlBaolvyd accordIng< also
i.- the confidence of the belt.- linnit'dlutoly fat IoWtng tluit panmrapli en- 10". I
orange '*
would D'lib;had he done so he would turns dull! brown. Si Stud l ''VOnl act of HuslnPriH"iind' Itnmotllut POURtH.Tlio .
Pensacola Journal. This rotting or softening Is different ..ly prttLiMul that partiKiupli untltlutl "Ind..ht.d'.1 -
that addition
seen In to the abovePutnam biiHliiPHii of. thu corporation wluill ho make
Manitee from the well-known citrus fruit. thtit cuminututl by n Hoard 01 Ulruttorn of noIttitatliuii appropriate Presents. Prices
county ts also building a traffic County Prosperous Ttiat ptiragrnph of unit! (Olmrt or .
rots, due to the wllhertip fungus or to T.ottttra Piilnnt tmtltlnd "I N DKBTNKHH"bo ..; tin tu nor nioro, thuuHlx, VI".I".
bridge across the St. Johns river at Fbtka Never in the history of Bradentow common molds. In tho rotting of mature umondi'tl no .15 to read ntt folluwm ruo Ui>urd of lilrcutora' Hliull. 8i Iut a FIVM. .
and Minatco hits there been such ilMikt Vioe-Pma.ilont, HMcrutnrv. Tiowmir. reasonable.
$15,000 and that town fruit due to the M
costing one wlthcrtip fungus Indebtedneto.
One IHTMOU ninv' hold ttu ntllco I of t'rusitttitt '
great activity along lines of improvement the rind becomes darkened : :: Stiiit\:,:
:ia the county Is shipping an orange crop in brown i 8. The hlghont nmoniit of ludetttwdnens' or, iroiiMiiiui Huld Hoard of Ulrfctorw
calculated to bring this section t 10 sunken spots\ before the Inside of the' liability to whIch tills uorporIt, Ion shall, lIt; 'hiiv thuatutiorlty, to appoint$ till nocunm.iiiKuntaof '
estimated at 250,000 boxos The crop 1 In the front Fruit and truck lands arc being fruit IN Injured if it Is injured at all. any time atilijot Itm-lf Hhall not ..x I ,amount, Ita Capital tttouk and l UndlvUlud 1"11.01 tho ,HtoLkholduro, ,Khali,, 5 h,. hold ud t tie
the will purchased almost daily by Th-;
be set-
450,000 boxes. new
county In the rotting of citrus fruits due to Profhtri. 1".lnelmlolllcII of thu t'ornoiutloti on tho i
Like the Tribune, the business men tiers. These nre being cleared and the Pcnlcilliuni, fungi, or molds, as they I :That, that part of miltl Charter, or Totter,I i.tret Monday, In Iwbmnrvln each \'Ol r lit Palatka News.mmwAwMwM
made ready for cultivation of crops that are usually called takes Patent, rulntltiK, to ttin nnntml ,muetliiKH; of r ..o..r im. HOOII thereafter UN. practlonblnt '". .
of this county and citizens generally fee will greatly add to the wealth of the a softening Bald Corporation be nnumdfd HO II. to rend. t wtiiuh the Hoard ot Dlimttuia. nlniU, bo JZ
place, but It is not confined to the stem IIH folluuHtTlie duly tlt' >tt ,,l \"Y thu Htovkholdwru UK I byItiu .
that they were wise In encouraging the county.-Uraldentown Journal. end. A moldy odor Is perceptible; and, nnnunl nifotlntfn, of thin corporation I for the KOVUI'iinmiit of tills ecIrfIol-littoll..
Times.Union to Issue this edition and the l l t tin olHtNtu of mild Mhall Iw lulopuxl ut the oiuunl/atloii. invuIn .
Bound to be Up-to-date as rotting progresses, a green or Itlnlr.v I, :: of Pnliitkn,:, Putnam::: ,corporation Uoun-, : of the Htocklioldt. ur un noon, tlivioititur .
that It Is one of the bust Investments ever Dr. blue mat of fungus spores Is produced. ty. Florida, on the fit.,nt Monday jn ..lannurvof Hi pruLiloiibie.' Until the Urst niuiuinn .' -,---- -- q .- --- -- ___ _____ __ .__ __
made. We Young of Plant City, deputy Microscopical examination of the dl each year, lit 10 o'clock' "a. in., or us HUUII I 'utliiti Ills bimlnoHa. or tlio said torporutloi u '
the bci
are already reaping Stale health officer, who spent several sensed fruits showed that the softened thoit" >,nft,*r an.piat-tUnblt' *. shah tweomliii ted by tho, following. nutuoUpitiHopH ''PIlJ1.\III1I.IIIi..r.IIII.IIIU. \ : : JI1I'lrllJIII': ''iII, 1jJj',1'11nljIlllI.'III;', : _JII _11111'1/III!':' / !11II11", '.!. nIf ,1III".II.MI!
silt ollliurs
.lllln( some parts of the county days in LeLand, made a thorough inspection IN WI''N :WHKKKOPtheBnld. A. :
tissue was filled with colorless fungus MH-HRYDAY!) OOMPANY hi.9 uiUrted tOorpOl'itO JUlfN, HIOIH AH1>, ricahlont" nnd' Ti-ui.
-.. -- --- -- ..-- of the. DeLand public school threads which branched I". M.'UIHHUI.M. VU'o-i'n.8klflit.
many times ( name to l txl aluupd' bv its Pii>iddintnuif
Senator Tallafcrro says he has "a search of hookworm. Analyses were Tills fungus i is different from any yet UH corporate Heal:, lo be alllxed( I ,;and ittt'stCtt And F. 1';. HAUMHV. Htfuietiuv,; i Palalka Automobile & Company
tho following
made In about fifty cases, and of these by ItHHoLretnry tbiu Klutli: { Uay of LUiortorniJilHN Supply i
ways favored the drainage of the E\e found in connection with rotting citrus ; NoM'iuUr, A. 1) HMVW \ ,,4'rliltlAItt J l> ', 11". !\t.I'tll' ! 16 or 17 cases of hookworm were discohered. fruits, and it appears to be the cause of A.: MPRRYDAYOO. lI.H.MAlt'fIN"1 F. T.HAUH'-IY.
glades. Sure, he was one of the orlgnala. Dr. Geo. A. Davis, who holds [lie peculiar softening. Infection experiments [apnl] A. IUKUTDAT, Pren F1I 1'/I.

\ the honor of being DcLand's city health nre In to this AttoHttH. 'llio hluhoHt 1 itiiiount of lndcbtcdn or :
progress prove J. BAH'rowI"vel.ul..ry.111ILJU.ldllllldYISU ; ; \ : r "Mitchell" and "Maxwell"AUTOMOBILES j
I _- officer (and It's an honor too, as there point liability tills' corpuintlull: ahull) nt liny, timeaultjui.t .
ItMolf, Hhnll,, I I bo I
nut mole than Silo
emoluments whatever
John C. Trice, editor of Florida, I. are office no) made these examinations to with the As the pathologist has not yet had an !, ,mi/, iituuinu mm: mntui\ inr, ,.:r* Huudied 'IhoUHiuul (Iliiooiiui") ollnlti, .
opportunity to make experiments in the S LA'i'll.The i
not a preacher. Glad to hear It, for his Dr. Young The persons found to be control of this disease, he can onlya : SMITH"S nnnii'i, niul aldonLpa. of tun anbacrera .
t present mission Is not Inline with thai effected arc now being treated DC suggestion as to treatment. I five fungus j=I to taMe. A'tIciw of Inrorporntfull toRethc '

;, culling Land continues in fashion. We hone enters while the fruit is on the tree, iI Home Made Candy )'"r,'wltli" are thu. an n"mb'olohB"Uu"bocrlbud folluua: I Marine and Stationery

case of pellagra about two weeks as seems probable, it is possible thai W NIIIIIO, KoHlduiiLo Number, ahnroH Gasoline Engines and

Thirteen blind tigers were arrested 1 In of ago-and hookworm.now we've Rockefeller got about ought 17 case to spraying with ammonitcal solution of W Ice Cream, j"I Frnnk U. H. Mai)t. (tin,'lijistikiii, ,Hnvnnnuhcn... .. 411JuliuHtoddnrcl 3 SO = : C Supplies,

Tallahassee lust week all colored. copper carbonate would be fairly cffcc- I Plumbing and SheetMetalWork.
send us "so much thereof as may be lie in checking the dropping of fruit = Hot and Cold riod.. '1" ..,..\lNoy, 1
oum"ber Drinks j= At
Seven of the were released on a necessary" of! that one million \Ve from this cause. In \\'ultlluitH 'lioroof. wo linvo herotillto,; fli'toin .
4 1350 bond. Prohibition not could get along with $')9,999) and 99c.- hiindaundnmxed, um nciuli, thin thu Did
cxac -
I DeLand News. SPECIMENS WANTED ---A"oDttor .. diy of November, A. 1>. SlIeR,, Repairing a Specialty. 2
ly In ..
but prohibit It certainly Tallahassee sends the booze altogether bus!. Tending Toward. Greater Unity- In order to make a study of this disease Huyler Candles. (.! ((Sluni'd HlHiu.ill\ :::: )) JOHN H. II MUtriN HFonPAHD:., (\Snail,iHrnlS: )

and to ascertain Its severity and (HlKiiocll t t. M ('IS tutt(!11.5. IMt ii S ;
\ \ '
ness Into a dark corner. Are we not gelling together? In reading distribution, the Plant Pathologist desires !(Sl.tniJ\ F.T.SAUISISYSTA'csoPGgoBnt \\-ivnll: :r Palatka, Florida.

h __ our 1 lorlcU. papers, and watching the to get specimens from as many lo- = L. A. SMITH. I i 8 I

There cnn bo no further doubt of drift of local tnlk and think effort, we are optimihtic entitles as possible, and to receive all the r:l,.tl[ Florldny = I SIOUSITY lu'reby certify OK, DlIAllIAH.thnt "bcfoio" f mo the under, ...tO'uv.lamlry5' '! "W"llIt"J1II IlIIIn._ .!_III.00..'ID"IIII.__ _',11m'_m'_ImeeNOIIeII. ./_..'.,_"."_.....,."._...,,,...._....,",'_""". ,_,_..mi,",_'1.",iiaflttt_"' ,t_"..""cnur..,. ,,,_s..
enough to
Senator Tallafcrro's purpose to bo a can- we aie lending Information he can in regard to it. Any sIghed nut lwrll\"n I, niul, for .nhll'"un'Ylln l .
dldate for election. According t 10 towards greater ullily."e do nol grower who is troubled with such a soft illlll'y'[nimcniinjiiiiiBiniMniLiRii" [ inn' ntvnnninm, Htatt' uorHuimlly,; : upmui-ed, the within mini<. - -- -
mean uniformity In spite of the competition rotting of citrus fruits, Is requested to Pd John Hioildiinl.:: F: M. ('Obtttholni, : "H, It j -
::: ----" -r"J'U
the Times Union he has announced his In business, and tho friction of wild two or three affected/ fruits to the tieS Mtrtlnnntl J ., h.T, HUUMBV, known to me to Iw. ,

hearty endorsement of the plan to drain faction( there is always( a common I'liint[ Pathologist Agricultural Experiment For 1 'v..rIl1IlU00n.charter und govurnlly wlioexucutt uiknouloiluu'd 1 tho ,f relioltttt l .== tno.tC.:: Jha.rtC..G.oy: :: --- f:

the Everglades, and that he will do hIs ground, as a WOI. king babls. The later Station, Ualncsvllle, 1 la. Everyone New and Up-to-Date and that tbuy oxecMitud tlK, .In thu HHIIIO. for the use' PAL.ATKA FLORIDA' 4'''
that puipOHOH r Htatcd.V
esls are common are more than ho will do I
w so will be advised
best Interest Washington \ itiiDHtt 'inv bund and, l "lIIol"lo'nl,
government Hav
those that are Individual It pays to what to do for the trouble, as soon as Furniture and until,is, Oooitjln, thlwUnl ilny of Novoiubcr, Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries ana \
do the woitk.
to I stress. these common interests, and pu:,h results of the work are available.-Press A l n. H'Olt' .
them for all that House (Hlgnon, ) IIflJOltoE \VEITMAN Patents. .:
---- -- -- they are worth Bulletin 131, Ills: Agricultural 'Expcrl- Furnishing Goodsat ,
The great Thos. J. O'Lud Brown of "<':ommon community Interests" should meat Station. (Seal) Sot,MVLOimiilNHlon,ry I'ubiiol) llhatliinVc-'o explroa, tIllO...)(lIt. PRESCRIPTIONS OARSFUI-L.Y COMPOUNDED. LIU.I(((1('
be the slogan. "Get together" shouldbe very low pricesGo FBS8H OABDEN axeD (
Tampa "made a spiel" at the rcccn Notice of Application for Letter Patent Agents Mallory SteamshIp' {,
passed along the line. No section to NOTICE Its "-"!.., __e.-. =-+e ...:..__ .:: .= or ..:. li
waterways convention In Jacksonvlll or town should hope to Ill Health In More Expensive HRRKIIYOIVBN: : thnt thir -
grow permanently ty cliivaiifui I tli, tIlts tliniHuf., no I ho unil.'i- -- -.- __ .. _,__ _ _
; :: :
advocating: the re-election of Horldi'" at the expense of another. The Thum any Cure. stKllOd l. HIM npplv, to tile llunnrahlo, A. W, 00 d
entire school, the lodge, the roads the R. S. Gtlchrlat.clnvt'mor, of tile StiltS of Florida, "
delegation to the poor Mooney
congress, on and the sick This, country In now filled with for tlio iBBiuinim of Uittora I'ntunt on, tlio u. IOPIR DAILIT' J. WILTIB HULIABIIPrealdont.
good morals and
ground that they were "onto their jobs.1That good oplH who, mljtritta across the oontl- fori'uolilK, propound: cihnrtornf thn ll 1 t.E.o K I PA Bocv.and Trw
citi/enship arcs greater than, dollars or >nr In till Mhf ANt|> Ff. IUIII/EK 515)1 of l' '
Is a question which O'Lud' individual, success. At any rate, these it direction gpoklng that Palatkn, Florida. Paliilkii Fkirlilit.. '5'''h.. uilulnnl i lmrt.'r U '5
hlcli scold cannot, buy Nlnn-renrhs on the, In ItiHollUcof, tieS The G. Co
championship raises serious doubt should unite Hocrotary of Stuto Leper Bailey
a us. as paramount lo sect ..f them an BUlfdruig from throat S at 'lallaliiiNHCo, Floildii
-- section or individual interest.-Debolo ind lung trouble clironlo holed tblHttid, clay' of Vovomlmr.' A D, ItOI. .
Tho St. Petersburg Times the County News.Automobile catarrh Jolts. 51"tIARiJ
pays Undertaking and
tunulrliiK from' neglected colds, and ; Embalming.; ll.MAItriN,
following compliment to "Our Bob:" Causes Death of Horse. spending fortunes vainly trying toregain F, M OHIHHOLM, Fire Insurance:
IIT.. H. U."yA'lmluhtratt)1.s
While these prominent men are de lost health. Could every
cllnlng to be candidates for United A machine coining from Thomasvllie -utJeier, but undo thi. past and ours :
States Senator, It looks passing strange frightened a horse. belonging to MrV. that flist neglected cold all this sorrow European Restaurant, ) Notice. Leading American and Fortri go

that Ibo strongest man South Florida bas M. Daw kills and it reared up and come pain, anxiety mid. expensecosaid tr..m Notice. I la, horoliy" (m 'oil Hint thirty tOys
from the standpoint of intellectuality dow on n sharp pointed post, disemboweling have been avoided. Chambvr- Furnished Rooms tb"dllt. ""rru.<1'', I. "" A<.Administrator' Companies
Kl.1.t.B"X 'Cintf. experience, urbanity, and nil that goes Itself making It necessary for ulii's Jouirh ftrinetiy U famous for Hot and Cold Daths pOll lion t" ttl. S'OflIlt, .t''mlgo oll'ulnllm npplvPalatkn.
t to make up a desirable candidate should it to be shot. Different sort of posts ta cures of colds, und can always be (to loll Sl'tt ill)tIC. 'Ir.'I;: \ fr: :is,,so a 11,1 I II itIrity to

be overlooked. .Honorable Robert W should be substituted for the kind mentioned depended upon Use it and the AtCHAS l5 to tIllI t'stllO 1,15 'teri't of h.d, .rl'it 1 I. i-stilt.. hoLonl Life Insurance:

Davis, of course. to prevent further similar acci more serious iiaenHes may be avoicied Coilwli, towlil lotYwo IIJ(( II Ittock n ItaLy.is.
denls."e wish we could suggest sight' ((54)! I. 10 the 'I'own 01 W'I"'IlI.' Put
The Old Reliable "Germama
some remedy to cause automobile KUPPERBUSCH'SPalatka. Coultv 10rlI", J. A. flUFI'IIINMIN
ow n- For sale ,
DcLand by Ackerman-Htawart, it.tt-hl :
Is making great preparation ers (that is tilt, reckless kind) to have Adiltintatrstor., ;; EASYAF4D SAFE TO USE

for the meeting of the Florida State Educstional more regard for people and stock than Drug; Co. Fin Florldn, Nov. lOSt,. loon.Let Life" of New York

Association in that city on the lo cause run.avvays. There is absolutely 1 INEXPENSIVE.

28, 29,30 and 31st Insls. There Is no 10 excuse for the average runaway ,, ,.... ":'''ri!<''ttl''''''''''' -. l Q C Q a a r
caused by an automobile.-MontlcclloN'cw __
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more appropriate place In the whole .. 5 r KILLS LICE Marine Insurance:
slate for such a gathering. It Is the seal us know yourGrocery B

of the John B. Stetson Upholds the Pardoning! Board F'Woman's 1 The
University, presided Friend r Leadimg Companied
over by one of the great cduca There have been some criticisms of i OH: ALL LIVE STOCK.cjcariFECTs. .

tors of the country-Dr. Lincoln Hulley he stale. pardoning board for the num- rr

And the place Itself Is one of the mos Its her last of I"pardons"meeting, that when were as a granted mailer of nl Nearly all women suffer at times from female ,U r All Claims Promptly

beautiful In the entire stale, with Its act, out of the thirty.five cases brought ailments. Some women suffer \ Wants \Fr I A CLEANSES. Settled.

I clean well kept streets shaded by giant before the board, there was not 'a single more acutely and PURIFIB
unconditional pardon granted. There more constantly than others.. But whether
trees. Then there are go many attrac you have 3 rJ

live hornet setting; back from the Street which were eleven were conditional well, considered pardons and, all were of little pain or whether you suffer intensely, you rs: and we will be pleased to. r r: II hu ia many usig thai n (la Office 11C Front 8f. P.i'l: ...ka. "ol'l<1at

and surrounded by well kept lawns. granted on good and sufficient/ grounds should take Wine of Cardui and get relief. a furnish you with the beet F r s naoeiilty on avery ,_

Yes, DeLand looks It, and Is an ideal which were slated in the published pro. \ Cardui is a safe natural T goods r .
medicine for obtainable
ceedings of the honrd. There women at r CURES MANGE
educational center, and a most were two ;:: eurprisq SCA.. wiii'r'cream
appropriate commutations of sentence, six cases ru. prepared scientifically from 1 harmless vegetable in ingly low prices. r F RINGWORM I RATC H KSOestroya
place for Ibo
assembling of this '
served for further consideration and six. gredients. It 1
great educational convention. acts easily on the female organs and 2 None but First-class Vermifuge
teen applications refected The action goods uJ All i i'ue
-- -- of the board in this Inslcmco U worthy of gives strength and tone to the whole system. i flud shelf room here.Ve U Bermaruts ,
The Putnam edition commendation a I
county of the rather than criticism.- 114
Florida Times.Union, Issued lastV"cdaesday Harlow Courier.Informant. want to convince you of this, oJ OftivEs AWAY THE GUARANTEED

proved to be all (that Its promoten Tin. .ru. In more La,nrrh in tuiBiteotion of 'tho : eo come and see for yourself, U uJ lea .AL. ift :.
than all .tli .r dl., ....,.. I 1e
promised, and more. It was a fairly and country. until Situ Inttt tow*y-ars wuaauppoHo put toifuihur.to be I I 1ACARDU1 or, phone your order m to sE Ackermj3tewartDrug[ .. WORMREMEDY.

complete exposition of tho county's resources Incurs bin.. for A nrvttt many 70110 iluoturnpmiiuuiu I :T No. 81 and it will I
loujl illrmnMD, receive
( e l Its suit prtwui IboU 'I O
4 and pointed clearly to Its pos 'looiil r..moili| 1, Anil, by conatimtly tat l tag to T prompt and careful 'I Co.
I sibilities. And It told what the cure wl'b scat trommout' r..oo.dlt luutirahlu atteMq w ,_ 'I :
countywas SttomsH. hi ,proven oattrrb lo tmationmliurt tion.
doing for Itself-work that Is now ..tial' UlHoaau aud tbortos-u rfqiilro oon, :g asU ,-I 'Ort FBI! IOOItLliT' ,) .

fairly under way. This edition has been .I"I1"n.1 tnunufauturuU,. l i reft by ment.F. J. I liAll'i huntr catarrh Jk "V<>.. Tot sure fl<.,, The Woman's TonicJ3. 5 Free delivery. S '5 -- .--s.----------.s'.s. THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.IW .

I scattered broadcast the Ohio in sIte only' o..o.II.on.1. euro on theniufKPt ..
over country and TIO*
0 I MT
thousands of them placed In the hands Urut (<, 5 ItUt(uoHiJuonrul km' Inurnitlly'. It ads tu'tos.i UlrmHiy from on thu 10) 1\rs.\ Verne Wallace of Proposal f for Hire of Convicts TH( ....Ul... HtHf. .....* CV
hlonj' nail. muooue. .iirrice. i>.t th. .,..,om. Sanger,/Tex., tried Cardul. She nites : i L. C. Stephens Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.T. .
I of men In distant slates( whose minds Th.y offer une Itiiudrna. ",,11.... fur anycatuttc I "Cardui has done more for me than I can describe. Last Ptitiani The itoard of County! OommHBlon of
were already turned toward Florida. Miu to oura. Sand r',r circular* aod toNtlmo I taken spring I ., (lounty Ytorida, WIll ruiwty. tdis X.OUIO MO.
It was wjth female Inflammation fr the t'n.o tim :
and consulted a doctor but 5 MI of county'. convict, ,,,
will cause them, at least, to consider the u'"I.Ad.lr.... V J. CHBNfiY ft. CO. Toledo, O. no avail so I took Cardui and inside to g t Grocer P, I teams: to be oJ'r{ )'' ""' .51,1 Bold by AokorniBn-Mtownrt Drug co.
[ of 'H':
three :
Bold by DrtiftrUt| price Txj. r days, I wag abltf to do t all1st, 'tr.\.\ : :.I.ItJI'i\: ..ncl J. n. Huiulnon.FORSALE .
dvantagct of Putnam *
county and bring Tabs Hall's Saintly, fill for aoniltpstlon.Baby' ny housework Since then my trouble has never returned." Try It. : M The ltou-d. P.fli.OflWodfloIdliy flsn.Sth, 11515., _,. .--_,_ ,_ -- ----
kirby aDd i
| MorrU OfCountyoolathitseionars
many of them here to "see the goods." Btre t.. .1 thu fight to rv.or"
won'r suffer five minutes AT ALL DRUG r..J..t any mitt tilt hili.. land :1 J acres
And as we have all that we advertise It STORES L. U H'rle 1'1t<: N" VbalrlUan, -35 acres ,
will be with croup If you apply Dr. Thomas'/ | Palatka, Florida. Hoard COllllt; Voinnhllitoirs' Putnam" bearing orange grove. Balance a* good
to make
euy good. C
Already Kleotrio Oil aC ouo It acts like couuey\ toridli' Irish potato land us there Is In o1otlda.l

the value of this edition baa been felt Dagle. TL : -i I:a aaaaaa mm aa.ama a& PalaU-Clerk NOY.Court 4ENRY and nn-roniMsosr."T*/ 1..ld ""...d. 1SJ mtl city. F.f I. BBLB:

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i :; Crescent City News 51.bldslde Mrs.Augustine J- of H. Mr.Mallili, whlihor Mmhls1 has the- returned mother!went lo, from nnd the :! CMLBY1THENIOVEThey BIGHTS OF UNREST' FLOBIDA EAST COAST 1 RAILWAY

"' postal OreoOonlOlly Weather Itcport. whom she reports as much Improved. No Kloep, No Kent, No PAOCU:: forth I UOCJAL; TIME CARD No. 79. Corrected tq Sept. I. 1909\

: PreHjf. log I'i0Yemher2)th lemu.ralllra) 1.11>>. for the WOek. end Yes, we ship some oranges from Cres I .. Muffcrer from Kidney ,
Troubles.No .... No. W No. 11 No. QIJAILY
cent! 'u.
: 111... nun, City, but not from 10,000 to 12,000 Usually Travel at a Walk' I DAILY fAIN LINE DAILY DAILY -

; Card Views to N020mlier.NetIhrl,2y I. a.,6 m.a t p. 1i m.tp. m. If for hr. 21 fop hrl, acparlmont boxes per! day, as the type. made this While on March. peace and for distress the kidney from suffirerl'iitii morn to- r l: ;!ffi :::: x.v Jeoksouvliiu J 9 80 "i S CO sin ) ,
-.... II. Hiimliiy.. 17 15 05 toy Ian week. That's too a 22 ::: :11: Ilt.A,151nLin. I I os pm 7 (05 cm ,
112. Monday. tI4 17 U 71 v ,ilithe. ". I' ,.1)i) .n. K..t ".'.th. Lv 5 ,'S ."n 0 011 .m
City and other 11I1.) .1.11......'. 02 70T 118III '0 &. many. The actual shipments however, Jet up with. lame bitch. 111 ,4hlI J": I," L" ", urw"od .. .Lv pm .211"0 Pullm.n Buffet Caries e.r.

nf Crescent 1111 21.. Wednmdny., .. U'4p 71 o .> 71 I'll' IS UJ for the past month will amount to botweont CAREFUL OF THEIR HORSES. Twinges of backache bother you : I d ::: t:. :i>j.?: '::" ::t; : :: : i :::: op.rote Florida Towns. 'I'liundny, 4. IHm nil :. rlt".l.I.. .. IS" I".n l.olr"D"UI. .a4 MI.mL ,
: : >20> 01 UII 4H 12,000 and 15,000 boxes day, 1> I.m I pm". : Lr pm .m
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61 00 67 tK IT week. per! Dull aching: breaks. your reel at ..J I 4 ,,," ''iJ I P'" 1.200150. .1.. pHi t..m
, and Toilet 0. WILLIAMS. I") I p.1 4 J1 pm l.y.lookl..L.. I ''liD I 44 liD II.ep.. ...
Observer flight, Pullm..n C' '
j Fine Stationery John W. Reason Why a Trot or Gallop Might add mis I, :: :"I 4 147 jUn: t: .Its.. iMills. :1:: :is in ii's 12 .,n twssn.NeW Vera and ICnl.b -
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, articles. citizen of Ihls Prove Disastrous to th* Animals. ery. I 11II 7 11\ "' I.v Fl. i'Ierce ...I.y 10 2/1.m/ It ill pm Ksyov.rth.AtlaatiaCoait' Line
.""' place, but now of St. Au- IT 1..WI'.hnleaob Lw a ,is am a.o north or J.cltlOarlll. I. hsadte4hi
"' ''' 4 4K aba U pm pm
I ....... The 'G et at the cause-ours the kidneys,
gusllno Wagons and Supplna-Going In. ..MI.I. .I.. 611O.m 1110
has been "Sd .m 1111II pm Ar pm Ir..tn.IIO..d 1:1.:
aradc Clears and" Smoking $ given a plnco lot which to Doan's Kidney Pills will work the 7 00) lID ,.. .. .. L.. . ........... .80 tim oa -- -
", p tIgh Etc. Personal and Social i he has pccular talent. The St. Augustine Camp at Night. cure. .00..... .. ... .. I.v. Itomehit.sd..i.v" .IOpln ___

Tobaccos, Pipes, t" Record of Monday says: People unfamiliar wIth the murcliliig 'I'hey're for the kidneys oalytluve :1150am 104-I' :,, ..:::: : : : .t.origK.y.t.V:: \ ,: : :.1.2 ..:.:.:: :::::; .441.\ :: ( '

These and o. hundred other de- "Mrs.,DcVenu,,, ,,, ,,,,,,. sition John of IT."spieler"' D"1" has In accepted (the po of troop that frequent' ) bare the Irupreseiou .- John A.made Granuer great,cures Reid In&Palatka.Fourth ;I.ie-gri.rn 11II sIn ..Ar.knl41htbId.. : :: ........ .v y..;,:. ....f7. 110 80 pili CIa' .
the arrived last Iho mounted
at troops travel
articles Friday for new sightsee usually
bl8! a Sts. Pulatku. Fla. 'For several
,;ir short stay. 'I ing' &; car He-cured by the St. Ausustlnc nt a trot or gallop while on a march. saysi "' "n.I..YI.1'oo".y. and. Tbund.,.. .rrl..1, Key w... .

__0 1 ransfor company and will assume his In the cavalry however the gait Inusunlly years my kidneys were often very '?IiS.dSys, Tboro".,. ..n4 1Ie"rtI".plI'l"re.1I'o1ll KSy W.... ._
C. A. weak and I had to arise so
Pralt Is making some Improve < ullcs In earnest! within the next few walk. 1 Slnu4av. IVeduselsys and "rI4.y.. arrivals. and 4ep.rture..1 Hivsna. .
Lounds Drug Company, mcnls lo his home. Informed There are reasons wby It Is not ndvlBUblo Bcoretions that soy rest was broken. BRANCH :

Cresoeut City, Fla. Ira C. Pratt has built a two-story ad interest passengers passed.. Ills rcgardliw familiarity, points with Iho of for cavalry to trot or gallop ou 'rhe[ seeretioua'were.and contained also sediment.highly colored My- .,:;.; e.i ; EAST P"'LATKA TO Arrive lea.. PAL..TKA TO EAST: : Ant..IIa.1

'" dllion to the rear of his homo on Sum city and the surrounding country. fits Its rood! marches. The trooper la required buck ached and pained me almost 1'"I'k.' PALATKA Petstka. I Palette. PALATICA l'.latks.
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mil him especially well lor to his three
the curry
; street. place. Tho weapons -

;DJJ21J1JUIiIIIIIIUIIIDIII11:12: : ; : : : r.tlglUltlI :: : : I Gondola slghlscctng' car Is ol the Pullman typo rifle, pistol and saber-over a hundred mil constantly soreness and across there my was kidneys.a lameness I I"am ..........NnIOO DaUy ,...... S BII.m J s 45 sIn ..... ...No.l01 D.nl'........ lOO.m 4

!! of Lake Stella III is and now sailing tho wnlcr) and and trim is very It comfortable made as well as neat rounds ot ball ammunition his blanket doctored and used remedies but did I: S 10 I ,aln.,n ::::::::::. : 202 104: gli: ?::::::::: : :g :::: tI ii It S 00 as am sm: ::::::::.o., 105 we: Dahty Dstiy.:: ::::::::: If :g anopm steI

: I Grove Hall t t'I carrying freight lo ils first trip ycBlcrlay. shelter tout cnntocn extra horseshoes not obtain the desired result. until I ..._ ) pm ii 255pm .,..._.4olO7Daily._. alopni .'
and from the Junction. ( and sundry other articles nil ol irocured Doan's Kidney Pills nt J. 1 luit ....... SO pn 450pm ,..........No. '''" D.lly...... .611 pm -

Orescent City's popular hotvl I 110;: Mm. W. C. Norton returned lust week Hon. James: R. Howe of Jamaica N. \\fclch add considerable weight to thai ri. Hauirhton's drug store. SInce Lpm 4 PU':: .No.vlS1)slly.:::::::::: : : ::: ::.::.;.:.650pm: II 555pm 700pm::: :.:;:. .::.No,11t: : flatly.:':::,,.: GiSpis: -
of the taking them I am tee linK better in .NuSlhiDaIhy..720)029
eluait and nlry. 1 is f fI trooper. ; .
renovated, from Y. has '
a months' slay at Seabreeze, and written lo :M. II. Read anJ signified > it
open for the censon under I.. This weight Is more or less concentrated every way. SAN MATEO BRANCH "*
thA attain n"nltl"l'I1pnt| of Wm. C. f,i much Improved In health. deed/ his of cntlro willingness to make a at comparatively few points Instead For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents b.2v.ICaMI; EAST PAL"'TK' 1'0 Arrly. ; ..laD BAli MATKO TO EAST 1rnivslasiIslbUks

NORTON.In L: Mrs. Frank Gautlcr and Mrs.: Fred Me! a lot to the Catholic congrcga- of being uniformly dlutrlbuted Cosier-Mil our a Co., Buffalo New York HAll MA'rEO "'.llel/rLe./ PALATKA FaletSa. ,,
I of I Mm b"Bt orI I.. lion of Ihls place. The letter which over the horse's -.- ___
the inldMt! I Kay of Ilunllnglon returned on Thanksgiving buck so that ut a trot sole agents for the United States
,aiiire gruwiIigO1l0fl or Florida t, day from short visit came lo Mr. Read last week! Is as follows: lu spite of all that may be done to I III lOll O.m 900.m 1M D..n'........ a lId.m ,,
a to Miami. Eumeiuber the namoJJo..n'ltAndtAke
Mild 'II \ 107 40 8.6 1011 06
boHtlnK.-flshlntf i LI am..No Daily..S. pm pm .No. pm
Fine : Jamaica: N. Y., 112009. avoid It, the concussion nt certain
bird shoollnff. B"BUtirul view Mr. and Mrs. Libby arrived last Friday My Dear Mr. Read:- points Is considerable and If kept up no other. ... tort T ;:T ;;-. ; : No.6. !

of rreacent' Lake. from hotelvvrnndaa. direct from their home In Portland, anappears < In reply to yours would say, that In tends to develop blisters and sores oil o tally Sbnbiey: ".Uy MAnOn SMAPICH. Daily : :: flatly -ri -
Handy to (team /* ioi-t Omens. nn j
II to be greatly pleased to again be he Interests of nationalities and of all Iso horse's buck which Increase <" 5 _
I .landlim.. Board by weekand II religious faiths each and and may Ill ne "I l-.IIUflllMl ''''''''4' 111115| hit XII I 110 5 .., 50 Batty..4 5 .'
bnak fIN 10
month nte-eaaonable. riii .. : In sunny Florida. which for ,Iho development every one 0// the until tho animal Is no longer fit to use. icrHiitKiim vim' ,i-cincf. rmiiiii. Hit' iiipliAiut | : NJ ::: 2 40 ::: j to r. :: :.:=:==::::. ::. :===::: :: : 40 : ::. : ::: PaS :
tourists. go As tho supply department furnishes 117 PIt 2 17 PIt 10 sa sa .,......._.._...,..... ._.................... .. e 4S. C 44 PM -)
Caters to Northern cI The packing\ house of the Citrus Exchange American republic I will gladly execute but torso |'| >M 11111111 "" itntiir iiml h\ 11'1"1 urim > 7 10 PM 8 00 PIt 10 46... ...._.._.............Sie, ................_.......Lv. I 110. 15 10 55
Write for terms.Wm. at the Junction Is now In sue deed for tot suggested by you. one to each trooper differing tile lire. ii if xil In In tnll.oB III the -

cessful operation and Is shipping Fraternally yours, In this respect from the mouuts of orilfr t Hull Hi" niHrrliiKf". tit tile vui'l- ::::i r. -'.':'.:,': 0rm... Cli. llro.... ':.':.-r: : ';.,:; : :., ".. ... I ... -.-

G. NORTON considerable James: It. Howe. the cowboy who lins as many ns hawnnts IIIH) nwiiiM'H. nlll I |iruci'i-l. An apple 'n. pm 5)05,15) .I... H.. Mfl0r..Ti5jrn .'0 pn. Thla LvTltuisvtt1SAi too pIn
I i fruit. Mr. Ifouc has alwaYI been more than a constant. vigilance Is requiredon I II I tn. 1'I' KO 8m I...._.l.... H.....,...... 101 pm 0 10 lila Qnj.ssnror&...t.'. to to aol :
.CI enti-n bi'fort, 11 lookIng glues '"P* .. I 1110'10 1..0._. 0............ 1:1: ao 6 110 -
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Crescent Florida. C Hurry Chamberlin came up from hibemi i to the people and churches of the part of the captain whIle on along iioscd tu gl\e n slew ot HIP Inquirer's J.. ,: I"1"0. .::1 'M! 10 "e..... m.. ... ,.. 1:1: dr. I'"n 0I:< :I' n ...... 11.11..__ ""_
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D, D D &r. c O Jacksonville spend Thanksgl\ with Crescent City and, the above Is no more uiurch In order to keep his horses Future hnxliiiiiil wln will II). HIII pi-ep- On.n.gHon' ..... ml a.,..... Hoywith i*. % ... .5. .. Co. for .., W.,n end H.v_. C.b.. '
serviceable .
home folks. He seemed lo enjoy his Imn was expected of him. lie Is a from becoiiiing nnd dismounted.prevent his troopers lug over mllu.I. ).'.. Mlmiiutcr. Poet safely eon.>**t ..... riMtt TAB' E* show ih. ,Im.. .! ..10'''', train' may b. ..pct. day In the / I taken fruin un upi'ii. teNsed. tareetimes Mwrwl. .inHoiMi but ib.I tr stunt .r departure* at ih. lime .t...J .U not BUMwntMd 5 or .it .... Compmnr
Hotel country very much. i promInent layman: In the Presbyterian This ho arcmnpllNhus) III pnrt by .. b<* ti."IJ r..|.....110... (lot any d.ty or inv eon........ mrlmlnm, ......,...... -
Southfield round the hciicl and thrown to
The Misses Woodward spent Thanks. church, but his purse has always opened marching ut a wall whenever, thu circumstances forms the ttrst tO Ol* OIIIUH. hIICORMA ION "."" THU TiCKET AOKN" -

Cresc.nt City. Florida. giving and the week end with their parents cheerfully to calls for aid from oilier will ndtnlt ItIy menus of the letter ground of a unbroKen future lovers nauiv. A | I O. IIAHNHK. O.av.l P.......r A..", ST. AUOU9TINB. FLORID .

Suton 1909-10._ returning\ to their school duties In churches. He gave the lot on which the walk we make four miles an hour Inure recent though bnrdly more serious .

I Jacksonville Monday morning. the Methodist church stands, and the pays Captain William R Flynn. U. S. custom necessitates a bowl of water .

Rates 11.50 per day np. hue Lucy Chambcrlin returned from bell. He also offered a site for the BapIsl A., In Forest and Stream' and as tweil.tylIve In which are flouting n number of ., : ;:- '<';> ";'
Weekly and monthly ratci on church though It was not accepted miles Is considered a fair day'sinttrch apples. Mothers must drop forks Into :
Miami last week, after an absence ol It Is thus made In about seven \ COMPANY /
application. iosldes these !Mr. Howe has had IhePresb'I..rlan tbe bowl from a dlstiince of about four 'ALY ( -
14 months.
some Her coming was asurprle hours coiiHlderlng tile necessary baits. .
feet. If the fork pierces an apple the
S. A. KINNARD Proprietor. to her parents and all her young church painted several The wagons carrying/ our supplies cnn teat Is believed to ..rotecllbe perform. q.tS' F'ORSYTHsTRE1iT: AT"LAN TAG. A .

'rlciuls. linen at his personal expense.A go no faster than Unit and there Is ers children from catching cold.-l>on- fvel'ythi j 1\ Mjchiricrj. i ", and Mi I 11 I Supplies carried in. stock here.We !. 'I
lintel Frouts Lake and Park- rarely any udvnuuigo lu reaching one's .
have the most CODTPlcta / I
don .
Miss Jessie Burton went to Palalka: Putnam County Colony.It Scraps.: :. s. largest-and
camping ground very much In advance : of and MlLl.Sia
Pleasant Roomi Monday lo attend the Walton.lion urd Nf.L X j line MACHINERY -r'
Is reported that Ihe Jacksonville of the wngons. 'pLIES IM.. THE SOUTH, BUT Wf pAVgflo! *M j3H vJUDGE'S
CuBine Unsurpassed. wedding and where she expected to It I is ciiBtoumry with Individual tourists
Co. has purchased a .
-\I"V' spend a large part of the week as .the large tract of land on Lake Crescent and campers upon making campto _rwIbbr24r.m:11: ; SHOW THAT vlg HAVE THOUSANDs OF PgRrCECTLY -
of Miss Susie Lee Walton. turn their horses loose and cither The -
guest CUSTOMEHfl.,
south of Crescent City and extending Family Lwthrdi : 1TI$FlED WHITE
to watch them or else trust to luck in -
i The men of the town gave a I FOR t TAUHADEVNB PRICEIJ7 Wq fAIl"5 .
young Wlsllo the A. C. I.. R'y, for the purpose tbo matter of finding them again. Wo ,
at'. I. A. Hail Thanks. wfj-J SAVe: otJ out: # $. O"R .httCtIIJeitYl .' )
dancing parly on of colonl/ntlon. The land belonged 10 do
aro not permitted to this lu tbo iA875lUf4lJlrT
REAL ESTATES giving night some thirty couples being the Castle Timber and Naval Stores army. We always mean to provide \\l FULLY CAM -CUMRAMTECRLtTIISKMOWVOUIIWAHTa.VKt pp \.

and of the towns ..PhysicianThe .' ,I.". _. .-s5i..._._..>.ci. "riri.... -. ,SM w* -. ;_J
I present dance many Company of which It. C. Mlddlclon of grain for our animals on the mnrcb.nud .::w.., .. ===.n -"="" "i..a4
Crcaoont City Fla. -
people being present lo enjoy! the I pretty Long Station Is the manager: and ono of when we are uuabla to buy linyen

eight the owners. route and thus bare to rely upon best medicines in the

The How propert.y-uurea.l grassing we put each horse out on a world -
cannot take the place of
work of land compassed In
The fishermen are again at on The great! body Oranges
cent Hill"-Is. Lake Crescent and making fair catches. this purchase Is desirable, especially for the rope ground.fastened to a picket pin driven III the family physician. Consulthim Grapefruit

ket. Mr. HulcMnson, the packer at tho dock. orange and other fruit culture, and Is only On the march each mounted man early then taken ill. If F L 0 RID A 1

Particular attention
Crenoent City property listed I vllh choice fresh fish-a welcome change the second town In size and Importance his saddle and as soon us he unsaddles throat bronchial tubes, or '4

with me. from' the steady diet of beef and hog In Putnam county. That place will necks a good grazing .place fur bis lungs ask him about taking _
horse and drives his pin In tile ground. '('
of fruit
Mft" e nA. meat. ship more than 200,000
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Then
The horse thus guts n limited area McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.
Mrs. Mary Scott Miller gave a big his season. upon which to graze. Tbe pins are take it or not, as he says. : ,
I SpS1LCSJ: time of going lo the
Thanksgiving dinner at her home lo all At Ihe press changed once or twice during the cvun-

the men engaged In her packing house :News was unable to secure a confirmation Ing. and as the horse stays nil night on W. pUb"." our* ItoraulM

Dentist.- -some 10 or a dozen in all-and the of Ihc report.A his rope he gets a prvtty) fair chance A 1 W.>0"bonl.o s10501jj 279 Washington street NEW YORK.

IOffle. her kindness nt tbe \grass after all, and when we er.s' w. ......;:
men greatly appreciated IIEtRTY ..tt1'lrr1'rHLi .. .....
.aCrwoentOltT, ....140110... OD l'rO.peal BtraatFlorida want him In the morning we can find __ --------------- --------- --------- --
ind-the good dinner.TbanksllvlnK __
w hut most biibli'S have. but I IK 01 $

ser\lccs! Mere held at 'm benefit to them If they luiver him.Tho horses having "teen uusnddlvd, Bilious attacks, sick-headaches, Indigestion in the News .

church Ihe evening ..riii.... Itu sure > our baby In notmilblecl and disposed of the men theu put niltheir constipation, dizzy spells-tbes* Advertising -
It. JOhn. River r>y OayIIht. he; Presbyterian on with Iliem Sure:: IlyluptOlTIll are some of the result of an inactive
of that day v llh an Interesting sermon I '. hungry, iliiKS iindtr, tilt; shelter touts. A shelter tont Is n liver. Ask your doctor If be endorses

The Beach & Miller Line by the pastor Rev. E. P. Duller. Therewas -01\\11)>.m, not !Biilnlng In w..llht| arid couveulout little un'ulr, Wade In two Aver's Fills in these cases The doss Brings Results.

i attendance. The Baptist dlow' complexion. A faN doseS. ol halves to accommodate nicely two sol Is'amoll, one pill at bedtime.
Steamer CUKSCKNT. a good Whlh'l llreiun: Vermifuge) will cx2(1 diers. Each soldier curries bis half -Mod.by th. .J. O. Ayor Co., LowfU,.. .-

church: also held service the same evening I ,nil .worm" It Is a piwltlva cure nod his Dole with him ou his blanket
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faa.. Jaekoo.I1I.ouTuedayu.ThurIdISnd Rev. It. N. Cato preaching. nil reliable. Price :25 cents perottle. roll attached to his saddle so us soon ---

Satnrdajra. at ':80 a. m. for Green CoTe, Mayor Borson look the members of 1 as be unsaddles he can select bis

Palalka GrwMml. Clt* and principal. Waj the local Masonic lodge lo Polntka yes- Hold:: by AckennHii-Stewrurt Drug| "bunklo" and put up his. tent. Tbe of-
t.&flhtlegl Co.: and J. H. Haugh: ton. flcers' tents lire waH tents carried In
his launch and where they
ael'.aln..1.a..O..lOlty' oD We
I.,., Fridays ...4110nd..t. e:80 .. m. the wagons come lu.
corner'lIIo'ue of the new court house by discovery of a deposit. of what Is As goon as that takes place details. 'l' It a' ,' ; 4to
JaokaonvUU L.ur..I1..el
wHarf footot -
.s/7ejjeo .
Taiephon the grand lodge of Florida and attended ,elievcdlo be a suitable: road material of limIt put up the ofllcers' teuts. get t .1

.the big Masonic banquet following. or hard surface roads on the lands of B.J. wood and water for the cooks and the
Patatka wbarf root nf Ijanon tW.M.E. few miles
Dancy nt Orange Mills a (Ore and at set
and Mastcr latter build their! once
II. Campbell and
Mr. and Mrs. J. of Palalka will simplify
l Soldiers like tolIu.e
T. CLARK Trufllc: Manager Billie, arrived last week! from their should cheapen the work of hard road about getting supper.
do- their food well cooked; but better
J oh.onTllle, FI.... summer home nt Oak Tree, N. J., and uilding is ample In Putnam for the county.work, The and the still, they appear to nice It promptly _

at their winter residence In the posit has In. mid that cook Is always -
are again engineer Mr. Knzcy, I cooked. camp
Crescent City Transfer Co., north end. All are gla4 to see them ormed ounty' the News that he Is of the opln- popular who yells "Come nod llYfljsaved i

back. Mr. Campbell has a good crop of Ion: that the material will prove all that get 1 I\!" just a little sooner than It Is

UeeU all tralbs at Otesornt City Junction. fruit and will probably engage In buying could, be desired. M ....... expected.On "4 'T''ADC' MARK) Cr ,cb.'s' _

Night trains by appointment:E. fruit for the northern market as formerly.couple alld The that principle In something question who is that own onu 01 Messrs.the KU tieosit I- a day.the After uiurch breakfast wurut but tbo cooks two meals give means 1J&<
___ S. U. LABRJ Manager ol C.day.II.here Gauticr last of week Miami and spent made a hurry ownsend< ouuht and lo be Dancy able lo make satlsfac- soda nud bread.mail a liberal This tbe sandwich man Incloses of bacon lu : -

City.FOR Eight RENT rooms-My all houaa large In and Crescent aIry, alto calls on a great number of old friends, T/hailthcCriallterlnl valuable can be Ills meat can and when be gets hungry [ or Library Slips will be accepted in full for subscriptions to gJThe
him again. from This constitutes bill midday ,
letter It.
a bath room; two largo open fire placplensanlly all of whom were glad lo see ecii. from the following
el. The house .ii and convcnuodry -: It It some 9 or 10 years since Mr. Gaul'icr County Engineer Barnard of Duval meal. Palatka News'

lently localed end Is comlorl.blx lurnl.h- sold his orange grove Interests. here and county: Supper over a guard Is posted to 4-_ rnftisAt.
ed. Has detached kitchen and detached To Whom II May Concern: look out for the safety of tbe camp
room.Thepbce.oUo. brsale. went to Miami 10 engage In business. This Is to certify that we have purchased and the other men usunlly collect fuel I or (or subscriptions to standard magazines or for cooks. Catalog sent for 2 cent otamp.Slips )

W J. PIERPONT, lie has had all kinds of hard luck In his two can of .paving material: from build a rousing Ore. gather round It _-_. n )2.rWI4\ .
Savannah Ga. but all will rejoice that he and Duncan C. ownsend 1 \% J I
11-26-tf new n. B. uud amuse themselves by singing telling I
Is noW on "easy street" and prospering. 01 an experiment on one of our public yarns. and cracking jukes upon [ Library areA Fitxr!
Nollo of Application for Tea Deod. roods and that .the lama has proven very \ ,
Nottee I. berebl that W. A. Walton I M. II. Read has purchased a lot on nllsfactory for a material of this 171,252.I each other till bedtime, which comes ,

purouclier 01 B'1I"a8.or Jul11'. I ... A... No.I II. 1110O.291, Central avenue of F. S. Cone. Tho lot firmly believe that Ihls material If laid pretty curly with nieu ou tbe march Jj Library Slip appears In each iisuc of this newtpaper. Clip It eut.anI aavai It- '

Ileted baa ltlet the enid Sib enritfiente d"y 10 fly 0111..0.. aiiIhe Is on the south side of the avenue, mid properly will last equally' as long as The officers till In the time lu about also comblnei It with the library Slips packed with the following bonaei. -
", ,,,,t.. application for tea .teed to te.tiflin and Summit streets sh,11 or rock and will l present a very (be enmit manner. $44. hold products .
a..conllmoBh 18w. Hnlll cortIlidlitoembrace. way between Prospect I also do not believe has to rise ;.
prelly appearance.. Ou the march ono always
the following deierIbei 1 prop..rty Is 75150 feet In sUo. Mr. Read believes much dust from this road Armour's f&OBSf Brands of Canntd Piibil Kxtraet The "neat" Tonic '
and there Is
to.Wtt$ as to be
FiorIIiI. .hat ;
.J tun tod in Pilteani ounty: : I andIs roads laid lit tills early. Thorn are so many Men la. Pure*. Korn Klnka, II-O Oa..tArlllo"r. -
BloohcSn.ewn Paiatkn. SrIorI.ia.The In Crescent City real.estate, there Is from shell fairly antl all H-o
08 cnvalcufle ProductaGermanAmerican
U. the
JUH.1U. ian utrne.ed at the unto I of lake great pleasure in done In order to get Tef ANCEICAN '. Potted ,ond Deviled W..... '
being I will Cuffee and Tea ,
'h acid) ?.u.b eerttltate; in the 11,2010, spending considerable money lo push Imale. this material for roads, on thu road that early risIng Is es- eKEPWQp Armour'a Star Sliced! Bacon Golden Egg' Macaroni, NooUlee,
ccommending Armour Ratrat.t of lied i
or Bat: J. K. urant. Unli... anld uerttikit0Shall hOed It. lIe has Just Issued a neat little book. by letter. soutlal. 'l'betulIl'd\ rouses the cooks REVIEWA Armour a Soluble BeefArmour's .Spaghetti .'e. -
.. lln to law. 112a one personally n.I..llco.lce..
he .. le.".. <
ot Deo.AWltn > which he Is Barnard before daylight and by the time ._J.-- l.uueUeon Beef .
will Inane thereon on the *lth day le't descriptive of the place, (Signed) O. L. long Ice Cream Powder -
: Duval fed and brushed off ,17Iy-.3 Itaun.-rChlorideot Lime MenneeTsicun, Powder -
of the country. County engineer. Iho horses are .
? amyomolal elenaIlIreanhiseal l this sending lo all parts Florida. L7-5G luinner Dry Aatmonla My Wire'a Ha. .
': Nor 1)524. living County the cook announces broukfaat. AfterLirctiltftl'it j-. Banner ty. (Dittliife.lant) None Such" M 1,17.iig nsps'k.s -
thel0tbdayol[He.n HgNltY JlIT'I'(1\INMO FI". Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Applcby now icksonvllle, Oct. 30.) 190?. the touts are taken down, ],ien )lorp.:a (Royal Duuh) c....... PompeUm Maeeaire Cream
fleck(liroul court t'lIlm' Uo.. Carolina arrived hero on $s! lleartlMley'a Acme Peanut Ituller Pro-phy-lae-tio 1'uoth BrueheaPuuimo -
By Henry 111110hlooon. Jr. IJ. U. In South heart Fluttering.Undigested Wagons p.icked\ the horses saddled and I llranlmey'a.:: : : Hhreikled Cojfi.h (Is Rlycerlne I pumice) Soap
Thanksgiving day for a few weeks' visit the column Is once more on tbe march. Be rduley';, t15lsr Itoneleae. Herrlnff Bcmb-KZfttcoiirlnicBoap) 4 -
li the' Calliinel nuklnir Powtlernntby reef -
food nud gas: '> Bunny Laundry 5os
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. with Mr. Appleby' tattler anu olDerfriends ) located JUHt below the l>uuliaui'a (Original bUrcU) cvcoauut 3 la Houis1(Clue uouaeuutd a...) % -

IXpartroeat of the Intarlor and relatives. It Is nearly year tollmen hllart.. trp.."e plgaltll't l It and CB.U.-B D sorib
since Mr. Applcby went to South Caro- heart p..lpltatlon.Vhell your heart 'Til. what Is mount by & nervous 2/ Save Library, Slips Like Pennies -

V. B. LA liD Orricii A* OAIHSSVILI, FL" lina to engage In farming on an ell ten. troubles you 'III that way take li..rhille wreck?" I

November .>th. 11)00)"I"- slvo scald!: Ho laYI
Notion I. horobjr given thnl ElUi': >l>.i-th and that while cot- nil rlhl.) 60J" bnllip. tIling that .a woniua says abe In every Slips equal fractions of on" cent. Add fraction make .
l I.*,. ,,f MOHIM, l..riun" who on Hotilvnilwr i very successful year Aekprm"n-8te"'lIrt Drug to Full Library Slips. 100 Full "o
'rd, igo7. mad" Iloinont"'"'! Bntrr) No. H7WW. management $old hy time she got. a headache. -Detroit Library. Slips have value. of
plantation \ an exchange $1.00. Commence
4 ol NiamurlW ton raising and general I I..udJ. H. Huuiflitoii.P ) Press. : b collecting to-day fcy'cutting out I / '4
14'hflhIOfl 115.. TOWflllbIp 0. 500th healths 24sacs. Is new to him ho has gotten lo Free ''r the Library Slip lit this advertisement and learn bow quickly Library Slips: can be ....d. '
III"1..1. 121)1100of A
Tallahaseee Morllll"n. .. -
rs v
Int.mUon to )5ekW VIII'" ommul.\lon 1,2041 .hOvO like It very much. prevailing than A lie always bus a certain amount of INSTRUCTIONS Brlngyour Library. Slips; to this
Proof 00tabtie)5. ulalm tu the l III more
b for.. the JI.rk 01 the IjireUlt Rev R. N. Cato baa received a call to rprneverance things which cnn- welcht! with those who wish. to bit Newtpapef Office, our Local .
Court at Valntka. lortdn. on Ibo 04.11 disyof church In Green Cove violent. nud ,ttiaoy they ore Ingeiher llcvo It. -.Rk'o.Ioiz't. Redemption Agents. Writ. plainly. In letter form
Jitnuary 1'H)>. the Baptist hot be overcome when exactly what subscription or book you desire.
decided 10
I ClaImant, 12&I,2CC aa wltneaaesiB. which he has about themselves up when taken
R.() ellcltedho'snot
rt : : Klorldre.j. : don't get llttle.-riutarch. Alw.s Send< 6 cant
W. c. Bandy, ol Ornndln accept. But, IIItlv by
I. M.Mtrl.ik.l$nil, of ITIoritliomH. Florida. Crescent Cltyi l hew yourself when you're crippled
*. ce".r: MoRae I': .I tUB going to leave church here U seldom true but 'with rhfluniatlsm or stiff Joints-ol trade ?iI VALUABLEJjfL1I1( SAVE: THIS stamps forChtioty
; the repentance Girl
tOKI..r. ,U continue to servo Late late.-Ven' course you've tried lots of things and -
.' two Sundays each monlh. The other I true repentanCe> is oner too they failed Try Hnllitrd's snow picture, _

will be given to Green nlug. _ Lln'lment-IO will drive away all catalog and
The Truth at Last."Ob. two Sundays Hches pains and stIffness and leave your t <
: doctor. Is It Tery! dangerous- to Cove Springs Instead' of Seville, as now. Her Heart woe Broken you as, well as you ever were. '", all pocketMagazine :

,, ." llow cemeIlU" The church at Green Cove Spriojs Is her complexion wn- Had .ml, :I Sold by Aokerman-Btewart Drug Local mi riAimrA. FUH. ti o HY BLII* J I -

-. "Very dangerooa In eed.!' than the church here, the mem- b-oHtise find nothlnv to cl..nr, It HP.l"Vi"t and J. H. Haughton."Doan's Dealer-I 00024 v.e 0 .me n Ov I ind.
"And; ntta perch, doctor!" slronger being much larger. Rev. Mr. a bad. onmpr-xl.m I III t'auseiit'v i -Toward payment Tor .agarlMa, booka.end eubacHptkma ta thla newsnaper Book Compinj
benblp lacotleeliver he 1
"Very ..rlo...." of .H Inactive liver. An SsaanTWoC ieTST PORCTha.os
with the people .n .s'.biI'tI''"11,0hs : Ointment eared me of .c- I II
I. popular .rf.ol' lit Will 14th
.Is It Cato will bit put itt .
"And very I -
Polsononar PG\'CelaJQ1I. denomination here and all will bee "klllg R-stIhrt"s Us-rhIne.. 'lhe aetna that, hud annoyed. me. a IonIC) deserves I ._ ._...__. ._. ,. I u ss I 1 ._ _.-__ I ShMtIwTsrk ,- 2I
will time. The cure was rm..nent.-
p I "i'Ia) s.vu.iee ,L
arrangement r..rlll.I.'rI ss "
) new liver I It. L
"Eizeuse m.'tsiadaw bav you attempted pleased Ihisi 11J' IIII..qll..lled Hon. S. W. MM-.thowa, Commissioner
; Drug .
living and a \'Idlr 8"ld b" Aokerman-Stewart '''' "nY eei : ,.. oaete.t HOT
auU-ldel- afford btmPdtt0r Labor Statistics, Augusta, Me.
false Influence. I Co., and J. H. Haunhton.: .__ ,____ __ _____ -
::1':.; rv. .",allowtlt! one of my: circle of nWiglou* .- ----
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$. City fiappcnlngs; and $. NEW HOSPITAL

Personal mention. WILL OPEN SOON. You Can Get

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: One \\Neel December 15th has been fixed upon(
; Merchants desiring Holiday by tho trustees of the now PalHtka Hospllnl .
Should for the opening of that Institution, <'
in tbe News r -
space get and Mri. E. N. Williams and sister, experlencod -g Them Only
their copy in early the coming nurses, formerly with tho ;,

week. There will lie Florida East Coast Hospital at St. Au J I ., ,
Grand Dross Goods :: a heavy gustlne will be In charge These ladlesare r : -e t r

demand and the first come is graduate nurses nod arc quite well at

; liable to be best served. The known to many of our Palntka people ,
At the present lime there Is no arrangement -
paper from now to Christmaswill for charily patients, but I It Is

be double its!! present size. the purpose of tho trustees to organlzi
an association for the use of patients' of
Mrs. J. D. Drennan spent a couple Ibis clius at tho hospital. To do this Brown'sThe
days last week at the Jacksonville carol. properly there should bo an endowment
iarpms val. ? fund, now lacking. But when the asso
S. E Timmons was among the elation Is formed I It Is hoped I It will be
prominent Masons In from west Putnam able to provide for charity patients at the } -
yesterday hospital at the actual cost of their keep.
: The physicians have all agreed to :
Col. S I. Walles Is city Clothes"
spending some give their services free. 1 Best Hats-Knox "College
days In the city, as guest at the Hotel the which Ie
SATURDAY DEC. 6th and But hospital proper
Beginning for.
\ !
.. Kuppcrbusch. practically equipped, will be managed is a phrase that;,shouted l from so many homa
one week we will give you your choice of .. Mrs. W. .M. Peacock-Yale Hastings, on a business basis. Patients will be I Cheapest in the long run because tops, that wo USB it relllct'ant.I .
about 100 Pieces Choice 50c DRESS England, Is the guest of Judge and Mrs.C. taken care of at a slated price per week, And yet "KUHN-MADK"! YomiR
39c I. Rowton. made low possible I eminently correct and Men's
the tame to be as as Knox styles' are
GOODS, at . . . . . .. Mrs J. J. Gray and Miss Frances Walton It Is the purpose of those In charge 01 Clothes are "really, truly" College Clothes! '
All the newest patterns, not a piece but .. of Tennessee are the guests of Mr. the new hospital to have a reception on Knox quality makes for satisfactory serThey, reflect the latest) vogue in the great universities
and Mrs John N. Walton. the opening day and to Invite the gcncr ,of? the country.
what Is a bargain at our regular price and al public to come and Inspect the outfit. / vice. Nothing starcheJ-and-stifF'
of them worth 60c to 75c. Come .Mrs ]. L.. Bunting and Miss Isla Fcarn- The need of a hospital Palatka has or "fashionplatBy" -
many. are ,' side of Madison are guests of their been urgent. A large stock of Knox Hats to about 'em. They have the style that '

and get all you want of this Grand Bargain. brother,Mr. F. J. Fcarnsidc. Frequently arrive here In the j select from-the latest blocks in 18 real, because !it's .n tll". You see it, but
Fred. V. Owen and some six or seven day time or at night, Ill, and they haveno you oan't define it.
other Masons from Satsuma Heights place to go but the hotels, and these, Derby and Soft lists
spent the day In town yestcsday. not being equipped for their care, naturally -
Our Ready-to-Wear reluctant to take them In though ----:
; are ,
Mrs Alice of
Cochran Jacksonvillehas
I they do so. Fall and Winter For Men and Boys
been the guest this week of her recently guest at the Kupper Im CLOTHING?
Only a
mother, Mrs. L. S. Knight. busch, who had arrived In feeble condition Weight Now ready for Inspection.

Department : The teachers and some 30 of the pupils was taken very 111 at night, and
of the Crescent City school attended Mr. Kuppcrbusch was not made aware of J REMEMBER, We are sole Agents In Palatka for the Celebrated
the corner,stone laying at the Court It until he was aroused by a night watch- i1
always contains the;best values that can be House yesterday.Miss man who had heard the sick man's cry Correct in shape-Full Wearing Values..

You will find In this line far for help. Mr. Kuppcrbusch says he
had. our prices : Maude Fry and Miss Florence hasn't the heart to refuse shelter to a
Davis returned on Sunday from a weeks' who has beena I 1
: below city prices. : sick man, especially one sQ&s.
visit with friends In Jacksonville and
when well but he 1
regular customer ,
s where they enjoyed carnival week.. feels that the city ought to have a hospllal in. f The Clothier
Shoe Rev. !Mr. Herbert of Fcrnandlna will for this class to which he and other ,
Department. ; conduct Lutheran services Sunday morning hotel men can direct the sick stranger. ( 9 Pal atka Fla.
at 11 o'clock In the Gerber Chapel, Patients at the hospital can make ,
Front street. All friends are Invited to choice of their own physician, but their J
attend. board and attendance is Included In the m m
:. We are Just receiving a large shipment of :.
The Sun Bros, circus will show In hospital charge-
the Celebrated ZEIGLER SHOES. All the :
Palatka on Saturday the 18th inst.; M.
new styles in both low and high cuts. Don't Burgowcr, advance agent of this veil- School Honor Roll. HOWE'S GREAT LONDON h fi'i iiir
known circus, was here early In the SHOWS.
fail to visit this department. We
can save .
: : week to make all arrangements. The The following pupils compose the
: you money. .: Sun Bros shows take high rank. Honor Roll for the Putnam High and Unstinted Applause Follows Performance
Graded school for the month of November From Critical Atlanta Rowton is I
The meeting of Patton Anderson Audiences. Ready
Chapter, Daughters of Confederacy, :
L 'Xmas Novelties. : which was to have met with Mrs. Le- 12th Grade Irene Leeks Grlzelln The general concensus of opinion of
;, Baron yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Merrill, Eva Slcap, Delbert (Gllpatrick, the five or six thousand Atlanta people
was postponed to tbe same hour next Robert Hutchinson, Sidney Brown, Lea who attended the afternoon and night '
We are also opening up a nice line of 'Xmas Tuesday, owing to the corner,stone lie Whitesidc.lllh performances given by Howe's Great For Holiday Purchaserswith $ 0
Grade Louise Boyd Virginia London that cleaner
laying ceremonies. bhows Is not a ,
r S Novelties, etc. Brannen Daisy Bruce Jocl WHkinson' cleverer circus ever raised its canvas in a larger. and better r
.. Palatka Temple No. 15, Pythian Sisters Mary Wilkinson, Mlldred Pearce, May Atlanta, and every person attending the
will hold Its regular meeting next Blanch Redding. afternoon or evening performance will
Tuesday, Dec. 7th at 7:30 of. m., at Castle 10th Grade-Marguerite Jones, Jeff be a walking talking advertisement for selection than ever._
Hall. The election officers for reys Garrett, Frederick Coc rano. this show should "the circus" come
next term as well as other Important 9th Grade-Elf rleda Colwell, Lnla this way again. d
business will be transacted. Every Sleap, Curtis Van Landingham. May All the horses, all the animals of the See my stock before buying presents for
member I.1 urged to attend. Boyd, Pearl Foster; Blanch LeilardyLilly menagerie looked trim, well fed and everybody.

Dr. J. W. Darsey, dentist, was called Thomas, Pansy Thomas, Stanton cared for; the wagons,the cages, seemed 1-
to his old home in Decatur county, Ga., Thomas James Wilkinson, Davis Lane, more than mere gold leaf and tinsl deco- Toys, Dolls and Fancy Goods.Christmas
last week owing to the death of his Russell Dixon, Albion Hutchinson, tier rations. From the ticket sellers and Cards Calenders and thousands of
brother. Dr. Darscy expects to return old Mann. takers to the ushers, and even the canvas t '
about the 8th last. This Is the second 8th Grade-Cecllle Jones Margaret men, the circus attaches appearedneat other things.
brother of Dr. Darsey's to die within Willard, Marguerite Wlgg Aheyao Redding and courteous. But, best of all, S 5? Special Discount to Sunday Schools.
the past two years of typhoid fever Lewin Baratow, Lewis Leach, RoyStepheas there wasn't a "araU<,r" with he show
Howard Dulill, Seymour Bur For each dime or dollar spent by the B
18- :: Lemon Street Fred B. Green of Grnndln, who was dene. amusement seekers, either In or about
,, Z0-222-224 in the city Wednesday, has just been ap 7th Grade-Cecelia Spain,Clara Pruett, the show, an equivalent to the full was | GM/iS./ E. RQWTON
Block. pointed a substitute mail route. agent be- Mary Howard, Fdelmlra Reviero, Claude given of entertainment ,
nerryday tween Jacksonville and Tampa. Mr. Crutchfield, Harlan Hlckenloopcr, Ira There have been large shows In Atlanta .
Green passed the civil service examination King, Norman Payne.6th In past years, circuses that spread( PALATKA. FLA.
last May, and this Is his first assign Grade-Cllde Atwater, Helen larger tents, needed more cars for transporting -
ment. After six months of work as a Bessie Ransom, Thelma My paraphernalia and exhibits
substitute he will be given n steady run. Cocbmnea Ie Reed, Olive Tilghman shows that made more pretense and, 9'

F. C. Cochrane the wholesale stationer Clarence Holden Jack Merriam, Filz blew louder blasts of publicity, but

' auvovuo oaa wswevccv o u aO aa 3 oa:. a u o a cccccccvaoaaaa of this city has received a total of 10 hugh Stephens Ralph Tavel. never one that gave patrons more for -
a a naaa a a 3 acraa aas nannaaxoa' tons of picture postal cords-Florida 5th Grade-Viola Edmonson, Priscilla their money or made a butter Impression
t.oavaai uSMITH'S views-so far this winter. As there are Humm. Emma Williams,Myrtle Watson, cleanliness and duceRc). To praise In We Have Many Attractive
Home-Made several other wholesale dealers in the Irene Pullen, Ulmonte CrutchHeld, Job detail all that should be praised wouldbe p ,
state the public can get some Idea of the Cannon, Mercer Davis !' Charlie Garrett, to consume columns of space, so i It
3% extent of this business, for which. your Warren Sleep Laurie Thomas. can only be said thn>every Howe attraction styles of Odd Bureaus
ooon Candy no Uncle Samuel receives a cent a piece for 4th Grade-Mae Minton Mabel Stanton -. was better than represented, every if
sending through the mails. Inez Wattles, Mary Elizabeth Foster ring artist first class, every detail of the
asUK i Beautiful Fancy Boxes forGHiistmeis n crt.cu::3 Iva May Atwater Bessie Crutchfield, circus wholly satisfying-Alhnln Con- and Ladies Dressers withor
Mrs. Patton Anderson, honorary president LiilleICannerWiimott stilutlon.

asMO Presents ntat of the United Daughters ol the Curry, Charlie YelvertonbNor.man This great Circus will visit Falalka on
tic Confederacy of Florida, who was so so Edward Wlndlsch, Earnest Roslgnol Tuesday, December 21st. without Washstands to
at and the nunu rlously disabled by an accident some 3rd Grade Dorothy Davis, Birdie
OKoa Holidays. ougjj three weeks ago, breaking her hip bone, Wilkinson Agnes Pullen, Oliver Earls, +1

:anan Butter ('ups. Kisses Taffy !Mixtures etc. Special prices to all BS: Is making steady improvements and Dr. Hrrrlson Hickenloopcr Harry Hatson, St. James' Methodist Church. match,which we feel sure
Welch the FARrOK.
attending physician H. DUTILL
Bays Jacob Thomas.
Church and Sunday School 'Xmas Trees. We carry a all line ofp
UiJ that she will be ablo to walk with the 2nd Grade-Harold Stenson, Leroy I Next Sunday will be Fourth quarterly

Huyler's Specialties and Peter's Chocolates aid of crutches in a week or two. Earls, Chas Anderson Leslie Sanders, conference for St Jimcs. The business t, will please as to Quality,

LIU Rev. E. F. Ley, presiding elder of the \VallcrStelts, Marcus Wilkinson, Clyde meeting will be held Saturday, Dec. 4,
an and other fine Imported goods. French Crystallzed Frnit, Nnts &o, East Coast district of the M. E. church Minion, Joseph Austin Marshall Ram- at 7:30 p. m., Rev. E. F. Ley presiding;
aaaa Hot and Cold Drinks Ice Crenin, &o. Cigars Tobacco and an uo south will occupy the pulpit of St. saur, Bennie Grooms, }Jcnnnettc Stephens full reports from ill departments of t it Style and Price.Everything .
:! elegant display of high-grade Brier and Meerchaum Pipes. un Junes church next Sunda}'. Rev. H. Du. Mary Earls, Ida Dlxon, Maud Dunn, church work will be received. The Y
aam unun: tin will preach at DeLand that day. On Effie Annie Lou Hannah. Sunday services will be: .k5
5 Lemon Street., the following Saturday and Sunday. 1st Grade-Thelma Edmonson, Kath 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school Mission for the Home.
i18! Polatka, Florida. :!! Kev. E. F. Ley will hold services at leen Leeks, Eileen Foley, Bernice Buck, Sunday-offering for Home [Missions.
mu Crescent City, preaching both Saturday Archly Neck, Herbert Tllec, William 11:00 a. m.-Preaching followed by
s. accaccaccca '.ruuuunruc.vvu evvcr uunu ou ouu .. night and Sunday morning. On Saturday Tilghman, Frank Coleman, Henry Porter the Holy Communion. J. H. YELVERTON Jr.
arramarAncaccccnorcrcccrcr_ rcnnnnrcclsrcccnccrrcnnrcly afternoon, Dec. llth, at 3 oclock, Henry Couver, Robert Davidson, 3:00: p. rr.-Junior League. ,
.5--- --- --- he will hold the quarterly conference Cyrus Neubeck. 6:30: p. m.-Senior Epworth League.
55 7:30 Phone 109. Palatka Fla.
for tho Crescent City charge. : p. m.Pr..achlnlr.Everybody ,

: Rev Paul Azar of Savannah, Ga., has Virginia Milliman' EngagementIt welcome. -- n__ ___ ___ ___ __ __ ____ n ___ _
been In the city this week the guest of
:The Rush ForI John Mallem. Father Azar la a missionary Is not so much what the editor may First Baptist Church.

: priest among the Syrians of North say, but It is from consentient public expression \\ C. FOSTFB, PASTOn. Come ftiiLJ! FOR SALE.
: and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida that one may best determine '
he extent 01( a visiting theatrical Sunday School at 9:45: a. m.
: and Is here in connection with that com.pony'
Preaching at 11:HO n. Subject _
.contribution to the pleasure of m. : .5-
work. He officiated at a muss in the "
Syrian tongue at St. Monicas church orarauaityUy this token it is not dif- "The Woman. nt the Well. Four room collage, lot 50x100 for$650.
B Y. P. U. 30
Christmas Gifts Tuesday morning:. Father Azar it a and icult matinee to understand engagement that the of the three Virginia night Sr.IT. B. Y. P. U. nt at 3 6:30 p p. nt.m. .. $50.00 cash and $0.00 per month.
most engaging and delightful lot
conversationalist.person He first apologizesfor tlilliman Company at the Howell Theater Pastor will preach in Koumtn nt 7:00: Nice 6 room, 2 story residence$1300.60.Twelve .
75x100. Modern
p. m. plumbing.
and which closed Wednesday night,
not being able to speak good English, .
and then proceeds to slowly and carefully was wholly pleasing to the theatergoing Everybody Invited Come and worship -' lots. North End best vacant
I enunciate his words most distinctly people of Palatka, with us. lots In city, $100.00 to $600.00 each
; is always greatest during the days immediately Not has ------ --- residence.
and correctly, as though feeling his one expression been heard ---- --- Seven room, two story

preceding. That's why we l suggest that you way. He speaks most fluently in French other than of appreciation.It mnrm"'mm"m'm"' ? ,rc Modern plumbing, $1500.00.
in while have leisure and Italian. Father Azar enjoy the Is doubtful a more evenly balanced Seven buildings to bo sold In lump,
we more in point of talent has '
confidence of the bishops of the various company ever a $3.0110.00.
'; to show you the dioceses where he labors. He was a visited the Howell Theater. Not only Hints location
| Holiday Nice residence rooms, good
classmate In Rome of Bishop Kecly of I. Miss Mllliman a most clever and versatile | .
savannah.1NTERLACHEN. portrayer of character, but all who ,$1,000.00.
Thousands of Beautiful make up her excellent company are, YOU ARE INVITEDto ;20/ acres hammock land, 2 acres clear.
:. :. ITEMS. with a few possible exceptions, perhaps, == == ed.IIOO.OO..
equally so. Edward Hammer Is an artl.t'' == I wish to call attention to and look over our arrivals of P. J. DECKS,
Articles Lewis Fatrlo and wife of Springfield, of unusual l ability, as is also Thomas I my especially tine .assortment == HOLIDAY GOODS.
Ohio, accompanied by their niece, arrived Lane and Margaret Curtis--and others E of Holiday\ good*, including =3* Palalka. Florida
their whoso names we do not recall. Neckwear the latest novelties of
: : Sunday, and pleasant home E 3
Fancy Neckwear Kid
The opened Gloves Hearts and
on Mariner's Lake and their boat the company on Monday :
: we have been getting for this Holiday Season. : lake are ready for their friends. on night with "Dlvorcons," a three act E Handkerchiefs =2 land Handkerchief., also a beautiful line of For Sale.

Mrs. Hcrtha DcVald of Flugerald, Ga., comedy by Sardou. This was perhaps == for Children Ladle and 3 Christmas Made Article appropriate for
arrived Tuesday, called here by tho serious ho play best calculated to bring out the Gentlemen remembrances house 9
== r S An Chicken ranch good
: Beautiful Vases and condition of her father, Hon. Geo.Bcrklemann. best In the company. This play was Inspection will rove decidedly ,
;, ; repeated Wednesday matinee. Tuesday == Dolls, Decorated Crockery, =3 profitable-won't YOWmuke its rooms, stable, 3 hen houses! 1

A. C. Cross, Felts Mill, N. Y., and C. night"The Romance of a Bachelor"was == Shirtwaists, Skirts. =3 ------ incubator house. 16 milesfrom
Bric-a-Brac U.. Stack Black River, N. Y., were presented, and the closing performance Miss
:, visitors here several davs. of the engagement was "Mrs.Dane's = Combs!: Barretts =5 Kale L. Lucas. Palatka, clay road. 2

Dr. Johnson of Palalka was called on == an.l .a general line of gift 3 i- store.
___ minutes' from postoffice
Gold and of the illness of Manager Herbert may make a return !
Mantle Clocks, Fancy Silver account Miss Elinor :: goods, as pretty M you'll find 12
Hnmes: grand.daughter of S. M. Coburn. visit in a few weeks In which event the :::: anywhere in the city. E2 There is no use of HuntingmrpTftlJV Sell cheap..
Handled Umbrellas, Sterling: SilverWare Mrs Bert oburn and little daughter of lay will be but for one night,when will == plnol to
Novelties in great variety, Pnlatka came. out with the doctor in his be presented that charming southern The Name-On Umbrella =3 : anvo'nL'fh"? hunt sit pet'1 day your you eeuki QW KIFF
'. and Hundreds of Beautiful '% auto.Mr.. and play, "Alabama." == also nmke an appropriate St env lion I Hnl better::: than ;:Cain ootild or for repair am your LV W qun aR M. & ,
!Mrs. S. J. Townsend entertained = present. You cjyi get them == PtfrotcN.:'
Gold and Silver quite a party at dinner on Thanksgiving Sports, How' This? only at thin store-:Sr and'atwaytr. tbe B10TOI.B oiaNWlth"' Palatka: Fla.
day, the families of Nagle == S ellty to ."pply -'- -
.' the. btnyutu ....... .
Novelties ivlan ana A ten round match between May Manton they
.. \Vhaley being represented.E. sparring == Embroideryand ==
'' A. Leonard who recently came JIm Jackson of Jacksonville and "Dixie E. O. EARLS Grainger bas built up a big grocerYbusiaeesi
that can't be mentioned in the of at
space a newspaper from Coopcrstown, N. Y., has become Kid' of San Francisco has been arrangedby = Braiding Patterns ilk S ,. Reason Is: Fresh goods

S advertisement. Come and see us, so well satisfied with our little town local sports to at the The Vlr11"tellt designs t* 417 Lemon Street Palatka. Florida. lowest prices. _See !aim._ __ _

.; We to hat ho has purchased the corner lot on Howell Theater next Wednesday night, S Come and See the goods, repair -
are sure please you D.c.8Ih. FOR SALE-Two FOR SALE-Four organs In good
: Washington St., of G. E. Ulllctt, and 1 good building lots .
will no doubt build a collage-the places near new waterworks. Sell cheap. Apply and excellent tune. Rates rcawnabie.
at present a fine peach orchard. Impure blood run yon down- | to E. Vlndlsch. U-5-U Apply to P. J. Becks al Gi/W./
j : W. S. FRY :. The Butler party, consisting of Mr. make. you an easy victim for organ. Hattie N. Buky. !sea-- O------- Sterling' stand Lemon.street _
and Mrs. Butler and Miss Jane Cushmlnn I" dlseaaea. Burdock Blood Bitter *lnKe.r for KfooeriMTflent In IncMIrtf .
are now touring the slate, Mr. Butler mririea the blood-cures the oausomllds : E Palabka. Florida :==: In the elty. Price always ruaouabU.. FOR RENT-SIx room ouse.\ to B-
laving made you up. bath room, furnished.
arrangements App,
for the shipment of their orange crop. Dr. Armstrong will make a professional W. Huff 329 Dodge; street.! <12. !*:_
The Leading Jeweler : l1U1U1U1U1UUJUUU1U1UU' vl.lt 10 pal, | Dee. 8th, the second
The V. I. S. la perfecting arrangements FOR SALE-Two hones In good condition 81rl1'
; Wednesday Cane
: for an entertainment Friday evaalnll' and carriage. Call or write 109 I ol In t the month. All forms Nice. pure Georgia 8X ">.. 160'
Dec. 3 admission 23 II eye trouble, nervousnes and head pnt ot In f alr-tlKh oftnn
cents. N. 1 Lth it, Palatka Fla. U 3 2t
PALATKA. FLA. An Interesting committee meeting wu I FOR SALE NIc I room Residence; aches overcome without drags, and cross Ii Ib., Mot U lb", 70u. Onr"nt"aib a .
S held modem Improvements. Lot 100 eyes straightened without the knife. ..absolutl/ '" ptir and freh
on Tuesday evening at the homeof x 150
FOR SALE-Fine Jersey bull calf t the best Office Hotel, Arlington GrHlnirnr'11 Golden (hits Grocery._
Rev. S. J. Townsend to perfect all Worthf city' one day only.
t months old. Can be seen at stock yard 13,000 to close quick for / -.;. .
.5 .5 5 55 5 5, 55 plu' for Christmas entertainment.\ of S. J. Kennedy, PaUtka, Fla. U-J tf cash. J?. J. BBOK. lo-a$}:,,. tlav you ever tiled "IA1nll"r'. erowlos COWS' street L "Amanda 115,31t Le.l.alo

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