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 10, 1909
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
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System ID: UF00075922:00207
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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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1 and Advertiser.

: NEW SERIES YOL. XVII, NO. 49, $1 Per Year..
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Had Paralytic Stroke. I
Win H. Peck ASK RETURN OF SCHOOL BOARD have also mado special low rates
; an old gentleman Irom will sotu
New York I On the last day of the convention y

son al Norwalk who spends, this county his winter, had sel. POPULAR PASTOR WILLJ PAY HALFThe Declamatory

Appropriate stroke of paralysis on the street In nior and senior high schools of the slate,,
latka last Friday which affected t ; and Including 9th, 10th, I1lh and 12lh
for whole right aldo. Mr. Peck was cared St. James Church Official. Will Expense of Teachers At. grades. "
at the Kupperbusch hotel, where I he Urge Return of Rev. Howard tending Educational Convention Each high school Is earnestly requested Royal
was slaying, until
Wcdre.day.whcn 1 ho to send. representative to take part
was token to Norwalk by Mrs. C I Dutill. at DeLand. In this contest. BaMngFtowtfarIntprovoatho t
Bard and Mr. E. B. Wright; of that play o' Pupils must have their application for llavOPlUldaddslothe .-'. ''y
Gifts For who came here to look after 0 That Putnam county will be well a place In the contest with the title ol/
stricken man Is a cousin of \Mrs.Bard On -annual next week Dec 15, resented at the meeting of the Florida rep their declamation, signed by the principal re i t
kindly, pleasant olJgenlleman. Hew the Florida confcrenc of the educational association In DeLand, Dec. : of their school, filed with Principal healthfulness ;TS' r
Improving somewhat and there Is said 10 Methodist Episcopal church south vvll 28-31 Inclusive, goes without saying especially Theodore D. Culp, chairman. of the Do- :
be a good chance for his partial reco begin Us session al Lakeland,and Mulhodist now that the county school I Land. local committee for the F. E. A., of tho food
preachers all over Florida are on board has come to the front with an 0(. DeLand. Florida, on or before Dec. 17, I
the qul vlve.Methodist. /far 1909. The chairman of this committee '
to pay one.half the expense of rail- r
preachers hold themselves will have list of the contestants published .
road fare board and lodging all
county -
MEN-- ery.THAT subject to order of/ their bishop: they literally teachers attending. The following In the Tampa Tribune and Times-
say the resolution of the board covering this Union In the Issues of/ Dec. 22, 1909. I ROYAL
In your 1'11110 dear where you want me to go, matter, passed at the meeting on Tues
mouth and they look Lord; the day and a copy of which has beenmailed Schools May Close Dec. 17th.
upon presiding bishop
to each public school teacher In
BAD Is a and his cabinet at their annual confer. the county: Notice to Teachers: S"I
SURE ences as Interpreters of their Lord's will. The law requires that you ol.serve the
The system keeps thoIelhodlsl! To Teachers of Putnam Countyt period from Thursday evening before
SIGN preacher on the move. Ho never slays The Putnam County Board of Pub. Christmas ((23rd) to New Year's day as a I POWDfII:
TASTE "<< 'mered more than four years In one place, and lic Instruction lilts meeting; today adopt. holiday. Let all teachers be governed t \
the average pastorale Is not over two ed a resolution agreeing to defray one I accordingly. r Absolutely Pure
The Holiday Season LiverTODAY. years But the system has Its advantages. half the expense of railroad or steamboat If the patrons of any community desire
As one preacher puts II-"by our system fare of/ each teacher of the county their school to be closed from Fri 1I
usually taxes ones think. every church Is provided with a pastor to DeLand and one half the expense of day, the 17ih, to Monday. Jan. 3rd, there
and every preacher has a job." board and lodging of each teacher whileIn will be no objection raised. m
ing capacity to the limit. The last pastor of St. James church to attendance upon the Florida Educational Wishing you a merry Christmas, I am .
serve the full four years was Rev Dr. R. association December 28.31, 1909. (L. K. TUCKER, bupl. ;'''r
Don't think it's wisest L. Moniker, now of Tampa. The board earnestly urges each teach Palatka, Deo. 8th.
you Rev. H Dutill the present pastor Is er to use every endeavor to attend this t
just completing his second In this meeting of/ the association. -_ -
make selections year New City Treasurer.The "
to your rr'' prstoratc,and under his efficient guidance Respectfully, Divorce Record for 1909. Attention Knights of Pythias. ,
the church Is growing spiritually L. K. TUCKER, Supt. city council on Tuesday night
early? and In membership.! Dutill Is nn Palatka, Dec. 8th, 1909. elected W. M. Curry, the Lemon street. The records In the county clerk's An Important meeting of St. Johns /11Y
trade able and popular p'eacher--nol popularIn Teachers and all others who desire to shoe dealer, to the office of city treasurer office disclose the fact that since January Lodge No. 8 will bo held Thursday y
The Christmas rr the sense of being sensational, but attend the convention should bear in for the unexpired term of Herbert. 1st, this year, a total of 40 actions for Dec. 16th. Rank work. All members
s whose popularity comes from preaching mind that .the railroads have made a rate Crook, resigned. Mr. Curry was the annulment of the marriage tie have been are requested to be present.
this year promises to the truth soberly,earnestly and eloquent of one fare for the round trip, plus 25 only applicant for the Job. He Is a gentleman started in the Putnam Circuit Court, a Leo. Jacobson, C. C. h
ly. cents, and hat tickets can be bought as of excellent business standing large number of which have been F. D, Wattles K. R. S.'
be the largest ever Under his pastorate the social meetings early as December 26th, and will be good and versed In the matter of keeping accounts granted while others are still undeter
as well as the Sunday services of the to leave DeLand as into as January 1st. hence ahould make an excellentofflclal mined. The majority of the cases for Have you ever tried Grainger's groceries
known in Palatka. church have grown steadily In Interest, The DeLand hotels and boarding houses !. divorce are among the colored people. ? Finest and frashest In the oily.Howe's JII? S
and at the latter services it does not Infrequently
and that means that happen that sittings are nt a

Old Santa will look You will feel better almost premium.That the official board appreciates the

immediately, and still betterToMorrow work of the pastor is shown in the fact Shows 1 K
out for the,old as wellas that resolution they urging have the unanimously presiding bishop passed to n Great london 0 !

the young. return him to St. James next year,and-
THE: CENUINf: : h.. Mi. HID Z en That they have determined to build a
In selecting gUts isn't it h. front ./ .h uekago and ihoilanXur new parsonage if he would consent to
: n-mmmlml. J. N. ZIILIN, come. Under the Methodist plan pastors
much wiser to get something a CO..n the oldo. In HID.: as well as people have the right of/
useful-don't The church has made arrangements
you with Dr. A. M. Steen to purchase the lot .
think it would be directly In rear of/ the church and between ,
appreciated It and the
For Sale. present parsonage.
They also have probably secured purchaser Better and In
morel and a more
The Show Is Bigger
for the old parsonage property
make few Chicken ranch, good house 9 But St. James church is going to havea tj commanding position than ever before to main- ;
Then let na a rooms, stable, 3 hen houses, 1 new parsonage anyway, and the peo standing and rank and
pie of Palatka, without regard to denomination tain their ;
suggestions incubator house. 16 miles ( will be pleased if Its first occupant _:. to amaze and delight their thousands of patrons. .,
from Palatka, clay road. 2 can be Rev. Howard Dutill. t f 1 #ty rt ,, 1 l 9 1 r' i

Mufflers, minutes from postoffice store. conference Mr. Dutill on will Monday.leave for The the fact scat that of 's; ,,. ,c" Many Entirely New and Exclusive FeaturesA ua'"e -- /

Sell cheap. he is chairman of the conference boardof { 9
Neckwear domestic missions, as well as chairman .
of the board examiners/ for under '
Hosiery, M. R. KIFF, graduates makes his early departure -s -T'

Handkerchiefs, Palatka, Fla, Walton's Receptions.The -' ,t %-.
Mrs.J. N.
5- I
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Umbrellas, beautiful home of/ Mr. and Mrs. .- :
J. N. Walton was the scene of/ two very
FOR SALE.Four yesterday.From _
Bath pretty receptions
Robes '
4 to 6 p. m. Mrs. Walton received : >. **
In honor of Mrs. Judge Vertrees
Office Coats, I Walton, one of the most popular brides
lot 50x100 for 1650. Walton '
room cottage of the season. Assisting Mrs
Sweater Coats, $50.00 cash and f 8.00 per month. were Mrs. Charles Gibson, Mrs. J. J. will = ? \e -c.
residence, lot Walton Few of the many features yon gee :
Nice 6 room, 2 story Gray Tennessee/ Miss Frances '.
Hand Bags, 75x100, Modern plumbing. 130000. of Alabama;and Miss Susie Lee The Marvelous Eddy Family. ': .Lp
Twelve lots, North l End best vacant Walton. ,

Bed Room Slippers, lots Seven tn city room, $400.0010 two $600.00 story each.residence. with The white house and was green artistically hot house decorated plants Marion Sheridan and Her Troupe of Performing Lions .-

Fancy Waistcoat, Modern plumbing, $1500.00. and During flowers.the afternoon Misses\ EllneMerryday Prof. Buckley's herd of performing Elephants. 9 ,,,
sold In lump,
buildings to be Welch served
Seven and Belle the world.
Including Duchess, the largest elephant m
$3,000.00.Nice punch.
Siispenders.A residence 4 rooms, good location Misses Marie Merryday, Clare Hodge, ROSEDALE the Beautiful Tan Thousand Dollar Kentucky Horse '
100000. Irene Gardner and Genevieve Phillips '
20 acres hammock land, It acres cleared served delicious refreshments to the the Gorilla Ever Exhibited in America BRING THE ELEPHANTSHe
selection for even Jake Largest
good ,
in the dining room. CAMELS
10000. Residence guests From 8 to 10 p. m. Mrs. Walton Intro Is five feet ten inches In height and weighs ISO pounds, baa tremendous, LITTLE ONES B A B Y
the "Young Man Friend" modern FOR SALE-Nice Improvements.8 room Lot 100 x 150,; duced to her many and friends Miss Mrs.Frances'allon J. J. strength, marvelous agility and bin powerful arms are !a wonder to behold LIONSA

Gray Tennessee/ MONKEYS
of the best homes In the city. of Trained Animals. TO SEE
spending Wonderful Display
could be made from the one Worth $3,000 to close quick for$2,500 "\ of Alabama, who are truly
It.11.tl. the season with her. Clowns An Endless Program of Startling Events.c*. ..
cash. P. J. BECKS. Refreshments were served by Mrs. W. 400 People. 250 Horses and Ponies. 20 Funny .
above- BECKS A. Walton, Mrs. M. M. Vickers and Mrs. w'p
P. J. BAND. See the Free Spectacular Street Parade
While for Father and Palatka, Florida. Mrs. Waiton's; receptions have always Starting from the show grounds at 10 a. m 4

been looked forward/ to with great pleasure The Flower and pick of Feature Performers from all Nations, in a Program 3 I=*rformeLnos IDetlly 3. J4'l
Brother we might add but, If possible, these two surpassedthem Extant, startling struggles and Indlrrons revelries, carrying the
Sunday night on Afternoon at 3 o'clock. Night 8 o'clock.
LOST Overcoat all.
all. and wildly applauded by
Lemon, between 4th and 6th streets __ ________ spectators by
Hats, Shoes, binder return to E. T Holmes and get Year's Ball.
ttward. New ;
Clothing, The dance committee wishes to announce 1

Grainger has built up a big grocery to the members of the Palalka visiting ; g! .
Overcoats, Association and their < '*
>uslnel' Reason Is: Fresh goods Athletic Years n:- >
Westprices. See him. friends that the annual New t 'J v i1 aJ.7Ir- B*> *
held nt the club rooms ,
will ?
In fact everything a man Nice Georgia Cane'Syrup Dance Thursday night, December 30th. Music 1 ( 1 At ( fr ,, l
pure orchestra.
Jacksonville -
yyy it
or boy wears-and put up In Rlr-tlght can., 2Ibll.-" I 160; will be. furnished The committee by desires a lArge 1' i i31 1 I '' SI 11 Il 1 \ hY, t 'lS '1111 1.Iiy'f 1.
6 Ibs, SOo; 11 lb., 7Uo. Guaranteed to particulars see Fred. T.1 / % r" .rll'i'
absolutely pure and fresh, at A. attendance. S8&+ \:
lralnir"r's Golden Oate Grocery. Merrill, chairman. 1s

&- First Baptist Church.W. j

Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.
Preaching at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.
A BargainIn Rev. H. W. Trlbble, D. D., President
Columbia/ college, Lake City, Florida and.
Real l Estate.. will occupy the pulpit both morning

"IF IT COMES FROM FEARHSIDE'S We have for Quick Sale evening.Jr. B. Y. P. U. at 3:30: p. m.
St. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m.
GUARANTEED" 9 Room House, Come and hear Dr. Tribble speak on
IT'S in desirable locality, good the great subject of Christian Education.St. .

repair, lot 100x120 for James Methodist Church.

Only $1,300.00.Answer H. DUTILL PASTOR.
quick. Next Sunday will be the last before s pgi
annual conference and the pastor will
leave for Lakeland on Monday afternoon
had a successful year. More
We have
TuCkef 8 1110. than 100 have been added to Be the sure church.to attend
H. flute) Finances these are final up services.to dale. '

11,45 a. m.-Sunday school. a

Fearnside Real Estate andInsurance 11:09 a. m._Junior Preaching.League.t .
3:00: p. m.-
" ::30 p. m-Senior Epworth League.
7:30: p. m.Evangelistic service. .
church will be comfortably heated
Opp. Court House, should the weather turn cold.

ClothingCo. 'Phone 128, welcome. _

: For a lame Back.
Palatka, lameness.
have palm or
When you
In the back bathe the parts with
Chamberlain's Liniment twice a day,

massaging" .withminutes palm each of appli-the _g) ?*-m.-rz=-z. TT
fl. at
hand for
la no use of Hunting cation. Then dampen a place of/ f
There this liniment
pl c. to ant your GUN: I flannel slightly with seat of pain, nr4'
for the
round .ouIJ It on over ;
day you
ail and
RE t Al RE l>. II you could hunt repair" your jmrnybwuurluna surprised to see how \
a % and unyono w who Lemon Third '
I : .' BUBtNKHt' For sale by Aokerman-Stewart
Palatka. I and'.Iw.yiwrindyat0 bloyolo tbjoy anyone will _____ 'r\d/ 'ld
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INTERLACHEN .. ... The County Commissioners. ,
t\\; !' '", -.: ''" --- I The December meeting of the county
.' '> IJ";, ... h lasted rr
: ,t. Wednesday
LOSES ABLE MArt commissioners on I
.r. .."t-. ' 0(; ; : .. : .:. 0 matters coming before the board.It .
In Hon. Geo. Berkelmann, who "' 1<"> '''.: J was decided lo pay the viewers! and II -.ir- STUp
Died Last Saturday. : clerk the balance duo them for work on I
the Putnam and SI. Johns drainage propo- _
WM Last Republican Mumbar of FlorI- J 'kltlon. The preliminary work of pro- I

da L gi>l tur. from Putnam $, .... '. posed Joint drainage by the two counties
County. but the plan full, through I
',-,,' \ was completed, I
Hon. George Bcrkclmnnn died at Ills .\: era 'P," .y r by action of SI. Johns county commissioners Cheapest
who refused to prosecute
homo In Intcilachen on Silurdiiy, Dec Putnam
work cost I
The preliminary
work. >
4th, Mr. Bcrkelmnnn wan born Sept

men 16th,.' 1844 He, In came Lusle lo, Germany the Uulicd, nour Slnlrswhen Bio jr work county wn Inaugurated more than by 1000.the Hastings The J ''WEf Way

w + board of trade, members of. which I gave
but 16 of
years nice and was one 01( a. But this
tho first Settlers of DuluthMinnesoln. bond forpreliminaryex'ensea.'
for WO. It Is thought the To clear
bond Is only
H lived
there a number of yeiirs, and of value
would great
his Influence In (hut city Is attested by work, which prove
tho fact to both counties, will yet go through
that ho was a county official for will
event and that If If does not the bondsmen Land
years 7f YiltiIDfl11 I
make good, al least for the amount of
come with hla young :
bond. I
family to Intcrlnchen In 1885. In 1889 their
ordered paidIho
total of H,466.23 was
he represented this In the lower A
+ branch of the Florida county legislature, end Converse Bridge company estimates.. on account On Thursday, December 30th, 1pm ,
was the last republican elected to thnt as per engineer's
The county convicts were COMPANY
office In this
county Me was a of x
mon IVltlllll
rare Intelligence and his service to the I, E. Bridges Co. for l two years from Jan: 1, .I.
county was valuable For 20 he 1910, nl rate 01 $15.50 per month for each. will give a DEMONSTRATION of i
was" president of the Inlcrlachcn. town Chairman L. C. Stephens was appoint
council. ed to represent Putnam county at stale it

Funeral services were held' at the county commissioners OI"etinlgothered material\ t I II Iat
home Sunday, afternoon nt 2 o'clock, to secure roles on hard road over Stump
conducted by tho Masonic lodge of Interlachcn. V. E. C. Ry. the
Judge E. E. Ilnskell, past C. D. Smith, contractor new .
grand master, assisted by brother Masons J court house, was paid 6891.41 on nc- I
from Faltitka, Rodman and llolllslcr count of that worlf.The Pal atka Florida
read the beautiful ritual service bond of Hcnnls Pulcrmnnn as ,
of with Geo. E.
two Mr.Ions ISerkclmnnn and three Is daughter survived by n wife, Gay supervisor and K. J.reylslmtsoii Adams as sureties, was on the'farm' of W A, Walton

approved.The .
Mri. Mnttle Van Landlngbnm of Compo vulllion of .P. D. Walking and who has kindly granted' permission to make this

vllle has been a guest of her brother J. others for public road, and also petition demonstration on'his
H. Wylie. for hard rand from Putnam Hall: lo !Melrose property.
filed for future action.
Mr. and Mrs. Akvlc Berkelmann of A warrant was for $1* was ordered paid Every Farmerand
DeLand have been guests at the homesof THE NEW KUPPERBUSCH EUROPEAN HOTEL, Palatka, Mrs. Pcndcllon of Pomona, a pauper,

their parents. Built during the past summer. The Fearuside Clothing Company's magnificent store occupies all of represented as ill and at the point of all others interested are invited to attend.
i ,
t Mrs. W. L. Powell and Miss Anna death.
McNeil are In Jacksonville to attend the the street floor. Also a warrant for$7 to assist In burial i
a wedding festivities of a friend. of Reuben Evans, a pauper. KENNERLY HARDWARE.COMPANY.. .
Strawberries Arrive. Same Old Advice.Do POMONA NEWS. Also a warrant for $7 to pay burial expense 1 .------.
The entertainment
given by the V. I. of MaJ. !McGrudrr, a pauper.
S. was a pleasant one and netted the so The first strawberries of the season I your Christmas shopping early, The petition of citizens of Crescent
dety a neat sura to be applied on the arrived in Falatka on !Monday. They for the clerks are human, too, and it Mrs. Phoebe Bells and Miss Sue Carson City for a hard road through that town -
further improvement of the cemetery. were grown in Lakelllnd,and have been makes them sore and surly, and It makes arrived Friday from Croswcll,Michigan at county expense was refused. -
W. C. T. U. meeting on Wednesday served during tho week at Kay's. They them sour nnd blue, when the mob, and are pleasantly located for the Bonds of O. B. Robinson of Lake A Big'Status.In .
conducted by Mrs. Millard, Pros., held look good-In fact they are good. comes In a-whooping Just before the winter in Mrs. !M. E. Erwin's cottage Como, and A. S. \Vlllard of Paiatka, as Aronn, Italy Is a status so large/ Christmas
its ..euallnleresl. day arrives; when the crowds came In a- notaries public, were approved. that people, can climb up inside It and
Old Opera House Sold. snooping for the bargains of their lives. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Goodsell visited Burial expense of C. P. Laurence, a stand id the head.
Mlmlonnry meeting of Congregationalchurch Buy a rawhide for the teacher and his Paiatka one day last week. amounting to $6 was ordered .
: at the D. M. Conhcll home The old opera house nt (he corner of soul-will cease to moan; for the loved 'Passing E'vant. Suggstions.Artistic
Friday Lemon nnd Fourth street has been purchased and Miss Mamie Chappcll and Miss Elsie paid.Contract .
loving preacher buy a nice new for of the
purchase county
Time la a sort of river of passing
Emmons went to St. Augustine Monday
the furniture
by J. II. Yelverlon Jr., megaphone buy a lid for sister Annie
; ; farm was approved and the first
for a day of Bight seeing. poor events, and strong IB Its current.. No
of Mrs. Fry. The sale was and a gun for brother Frank, ands pair turned Into the
d"oleri payment same county and
L. LAKE COMO. 1'. J. Decks, who has lately of skates for Granny, and a kite for Uncle A of the late C. H. Castle of treasury. sooner Is a thing brought to light than Exquisite
been setting for realty dealers. It Is swept by riad another takes Its Perfumes--
n Chrlsmas
pace Hank. Try to make this Quincy, 111., has been In town for sever The board was still in session.
The properlY Is among the most valuable sunny Joyous as a day in !May; loosen up place, and this, too will be sweptaway.l'
John Garnets of New York city Is a al days a guest nt the Middleton house.! (Palmer's; Ilndnut's; Roger
in the for business
city purposes. and blow In the good old- Aurellus.
Iue.lat All-View Girncss your money Accepts Pastorate.Rev. > % Gal let's Fiver's and llouigant'e
will be here after the holidays. lie lint fashioned way. Press into the hurly- ]. W. Tucker has erected a building Dr. A. G. Wardlaw of Union, S. ; -
hosts of friends here who nre pleased lo Woman's Club Meets Today.The burly, where the Christmas shoppers go; which Is to bo a first class meat market. C., who was called to the pastorate of Vengeance/ should be.left to women ).
act him. blow your wealth, but blow it early- This will fill a long felt want In our vicinity the Paiatka church has Petrarch. ..
Presbyterian ,
Woman's club will hold its give the clerks a show! It's Select and Refined
regular weary your and we wish tho new market written Mr. S. Barstow that he will
A. E. Gable of this afternoon 3 o'clock.At thoughtlessness that smothers all the J.
Macon, Ga, Is the meeting at much success. and that ho will arrive In Statlonery--
guest of his parents, Mr. and !Mrs. J. F. the conclusion of the business, Mrs. little good we da; we're forgetful of the accept states To owners of Linen
Gable. \\m. Wyllle will give a talk on continental others who their heavy tasks pursue; Mr. and Mrs. Courtland Mlddleton Palalka about the middle of January. (Crane's Lawn, and
travel. better let the children clamor vainly nt went to Long Station Monday for a couple Farms and Homes. Eaton-Crane & Pike's 'Xmas
Mm \V. L. Diggett and son have returned old Santa's doors, than to bring more of days' visit with relatives. D.momtration In Fabric Stenciling.In Box
to their home at Seabreeze, Fla., knuenjnmmcr to the tired folks in the have order that we may give the ladles If you wish to sell to A'ood'north-
County Convicts Leased.At Preparations for Christmas begun
after a month's visit with her parents, stores. Buy the children nice red autos, to the delight of the children. Miss an opportunity of seeing Just what maybe ern buyers, send full description, Imported Combs and
Mr. and}Mrs. J. F. Gable. board Sberwln'Ulillms( Stencils location, number of acres improvements
the meeting of the of buy a monkey oa a slick r mounts Leonard Is arranging a Christmas program done with Brushes--
Maurice Blood and Lamar Carson County Commissioners Wednesday and candy grottoes, gumdrops that will to be given in the school-room at we have arranged for a demonstration of quality of -soil, distance to
were visitors nt Palnika recently. it was decided to lease all county con- make them sick. buy them dolls with the closing for vacation, and the entertainment fabric stencil decoration by !Mrs. Kava- :railroad Htntlon. title, han1thfulu, (Brushes of Pure Long French.
viols for two yenrs from January 1st, tresses curly, buy them wooden bears and tree will be at the hall as naugh of Hastings, in our store Friday lowest price, terms to Platt B. Spencer Bristle). '
The Como dramatic club met at the 1910 to the T. E. Bridges Co. at the rate that dance; blow yourself, but do it usual on Christmas eve. the tenth ((today), from noon till four 119J Broadway; New York
residence of Howard Gates recently and of $15.50 per month each, the Bridges( eirly-give the weary clerks a chancel-! o'clock also next week. Shaving and Manicure
will give an entertainment at their new Company to give a satisfactory bond. Walt !Mason in Plltsburg\ Gazette-Times. Our streets are busy with the orange Mrs. Kavannugh;; Is an artist In this line Outfits.
hall before Christmas. hauling and gives us an air of prosperity of fabric work which Is so popular at this Pure Seed Potatoes

Miss Carrie Harman spent sacral days Th. L.rn.d Cabby. The Chln.. Cow. which indeed we have. Inquiries for time, and we respectfully invite the ladles Havana Cigars in 'Xmas
In Crescent houses or board are coming in continu- to witness this demonstration. Mrs. We otTer the Genuine )
City The
recently. Chinese bus Spaul- Packages
Scottish historic cow been bred as a
Cabby (explaining !
ally, showing people to come Cavanaugh will display much of her own
Services were held at the M. E. church landmarks of Edinburgh to American work: nulinal rather thau far milking to Pomona; and had we sufficient accommodations work which will be offered for sale together ding Rose No. 4. in 10 peck snoks We invite
Sunday morning. Willie H Gable led a tourists)-Yon's the house o' John purposes, stud beyond feeding her calf. our little town would be' with the patterns. $2.50. True Red Bliss Triumphat your inspection.
most Interesting league meeting In the Knox .fourlst-Waal, who was this It appears that Abe has almost lost her full of winter visitors. We carry a full line of Sherwtn-VVlll- $$3.25, Send us your orders. AckermanStewartDrug
evening. Willie Is the youngest memo John Knox;: unywuy Cabby (sharked) claim to being a dairy animal. A cow Rev. J. P. Bessent has had his house lama Stencil Outfits and Invite your In- American
bor Produce Co.Jacksonville
of the
league (aged 10) and Mon! Do la China la seldom milked without the ipcctlon.
ye no read yer EilblafLondjn painted recently which !mproved It very
credit as it was his first cleaurves\\ Go.
i Punch. assistance of tJle| ciilf. much. ACKERMAN-STEWART DRUG CO. Flo.. ,

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There are no gifts more appropriate for the occasion, or that will be of greater use-

fulness and pleasure to the one receiving them, than a well selected articleof y

House furnishings. Such are the articles to be found at this store.

Our Special, $9.00. Handsome, as well as comfortable

$1.00 per week.

B.. -- Rockers, and Easy Chairs, Ladies' and Gentlemens' Desks, Fancy ;f

Parlor Tables, Fancy Reed Parlor Suits, Beautiful Oriental $5.00. ,

i and Persian Rugs Toilet Sets, Fancy China .. .. .,

c and in fact hundreds of articles that would be most acceptable an article ..

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$20.00 Then again, If you choose to give some: real nice present, and do not feel that at this time you can spare all the

; money to pay us the cash, we shall be pleased to grant you the benefit of our liberal credit system, and you can make,... g

t nee the payments later, a little each week or month as you choose. ', .. :>J "

l Every article sold at this store is guaranteed to be as we represent it to be, and if it does not.prove j satisfactory "" rft q

Y you can get your money back. "l "*

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Rugs and Art Squares, 75c to $3.50.

Phone 109 Complete Housefurnisher. Paiatka
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i 1400. 3-Inch Post. $'.50 "UNEEDA" This' Set $7.50. 11

C $5.50' Vernus Hart Finish. $10.00; $1.00 per week

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Go Only to the Big Event and the Only Great Show Coming This Season { 's

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Admission Reduced to SUN BROTHERS'Greater

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Entirely New for this Season. Enough new feature to make it a Palatka only. "

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18 Years of Greater Success ./ -

Than all Other Sho llse rj ;4i t '

Will be given a plethora of the greatest Free outdoor exhibition ''

Greater and Richer In Wild Beast Wonders. ever devised. Takes place at 12:80 p. in. These Free Fetes are '

Greater and More Gorgeous in appearance. something to anticipate and want you to surely see them. Bringthe I, 1

Greater and flora Moral than all others. I 1 ttif children. a, ,;
Greater and Finer Horses. /t I/I//II n i i '
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Greater and Most Meritorious Acts.

Greater In'the Past. Greater Now. ,
Performances Each Day

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glanced at sale of Constant. There THE VICIOUS PECCARY jumping oil to the Bout and then on fo THEY GREW OLD APART tlced a greater change. Tbe cheek our tier the forehenil lilusli to that her Hprend dimpled Itself cbiu.from A '' i

t A iCfPIT, i l L stock were sales had recently at 0 cents stood a share.at 4 cents.Tbo possession limbs of the of trrea.tup the wuguu pwcorlus:and tearing taking ness.seemed The to have nostril]lost was some thinner.of Its round There I:' start quickly 1ml b.v Ionic nn wns embarrassed In her eye smile followed that ?, ,, l' '

Then Calkins walked up tbe street to thlugs to pieces They remained lupossos.loo I t were faint whitish pencil streaks on b
parted her
lips' showing her white
tbe office of a man of the name of Is South for hours, tho men watching By MERIAM B. BECKWITH. tbe hair that might be the effect of teeth Then '
A Fierce Creature the hurriedly withdrawing, ,
"I 1\VO\ U CEilTS S SBy held of
OF some
Flsber, whom he knew them from safety In the trees." Copyright loot by American Fre>s Asso light on the canvas or a beginning of Bho shut the door. "

the shares American Wild Boar. Tire peccary, or South American wild elution] white hair, There were Hues about From this vision of youthful loveliness '
"I've got some information;" said the boar Is the sumllrst of Ills species, averaging "llnrry, dour" said the young wife the eyes And 'on the neck Two feeling be turned to the picture. It wasn

LOUISE!:: B. CUMMING3.tCoprrlflit. minor. "Do you want It or shall 1 about three feet long, nor Is on bcr deathbed "when I am lone within him contended! for mastery portrnlt of one tbe same ago as tbe r,'

1900.: br Ameritun freu A ooUUlon. take It elsewhere" HE IS SMALL, BUT FEARLESS Ibo animal posHcsupil of any unusual forget me. Seek some one to All the -a pleasure tbat be was not leaving girl who bad entered and withdrawn. 4'
.] "I'm your man. degree of sh'ungth. To make up for place 1 leave vacant. Don't delay her In :youth behind him and a Once it hud so appeared to him. Now

Sam Calklus was 'strapped. There I "Wsat'll you giver the natural Individual deficiencies In Never mind If the world says, 'This. distress that ber beauty was fading. it was the likeness. of a middle aged ? 'u

win no doubt whatever about lit' "Ira per cent of tile pront. Will Attack Man or Any Animal In ExIttonce combat wltb tbo more powerful animals wall has no sooner burled one wife These mingled feelings did not leave woman. He did not stop to wonder '

financial condition. It was 2 cent lu ":)take it 2l and I'll" out with It. on the Slightast Provocation of the Jungle' the peccaries always than be begins looking for another.' him. He thought the distress that she as he bad often done before why this i

"All right 20 It la. and Will Fight to the Dasth-A Bat- travel In lurgc henlH. When ouce I know what Is. best fur you 'Xbe10nKeL' should change was unnatural. Does a was so. Ho went out nUll followed tbe
kimd-Uterally la band, for be was Calklus produced hU chunk of ore attacked by u held of peccaries the husband regret to seethe wife he loves receding girl. tAtter -
tie With a Jaguar. It off: tbo less will
looking at the copper coins lugubriously and told Fisher tbat It bud come out outcome Is nanny iilwiiysOcuth to tbelr you put you grow plain Does she Indeed grow he had married her ha put the '

remembering at the same time that of the Constant mine Fisher nuked During one of his Jos ruej Into Mexico enemy The little pigs are armed with desire It, and I don't wlsli you to "be plnln to him The latter question set picture of his llrnt wife away. To others a

there was not even a crust of bread In t how ho knew It, but Calking declined Edward YV. Walton a mining expert short slmrp 'tiixliB' mill no mutter how come again axed to bachelor habits. him off on another course of tbougbt.I It Is the portrait of a young wom

the house for his wife aid two little to sntlnfy him. He felt sure that t If had a close call from being sliced great the slaughter of their own "Tbo place you will leave vacant will I Supposing a man loses a wife of twen an. To him he knows not what It In. ,

children. Ho bad taken a chair on the his man knew he was guessing tbe to shreds by the fierce little South ber during tin melee tbe tierd IIUIII-\\ reuiulu vucnnt," ty. At forty or fifty she comes backto for he never looks at It. He believes '( t
hotel because transaction would end then and there American pigs known as pcccurlvs.. lie the job until the wurk Is Mulshed. "I bnve given you my wish; I can't blm. Is love the same as If she the soul effect he bad experienced was

porch of the Sandwich Fisher had that morning sold part of, told the story of bis escape to n Denver Travelers In tropical aud argue with you, anti I can't remain had grown old beside him He could sent by his wife to .bend him to her
chairs there were tree and be dldl1'tbelon. his stock at 0 cents a Shan lie sent I'ost reporter. American, countries tell of tierce encounters with you to Influence you though, If not make up his mind that It would be. request.
anywhere. Bam was a miner and 10,000 to secure some plumes between the peccurlus and tbe ,
In an order to buy It back ( wished poHHlblo, I will do so from tho other From this time be noticed a change
ted bad worked In many mines. He shares more at tbe market price. He from a number of the beautifully plumaged jnguur, tbe monster cat which Is lord existence OliO word mure. It you do- In bis feelings toward the picture. It Knew H. .
had been caught In a labor storm with got 1,000) at B, 2,000/ at &A and tho balance birds." said Mr. Walton "I went : of the forest. Tbe Jnguur has n fondness was not tbe same to him In vain be r "
middle aged or an -But haven't asked .
small aud become a you m.7..t ,
the result of loss of employment. His at figures rising by fractions till Into the Jungle and came to a for a dinner of pork, but a wholesome lay tried to get used to this singular\ trans whether
I make
choosea or not can a living
there were dry of a herd old man before marrying agnln.
Tbe In wblcb respect far the power formation In It
cents. opening which be attributed
UTlags were all gone, there was no the price paid was 7V4 : to for daughter Fathe""Nevemlud. "
and larger than for many leaves, probably n toot In depth, covering of wild pigs. When ba wants to satisfy I young wuiuun who will bear you some mystical soul effect. He felt tbat
he sales were
where was
inspect of work Cut not -onslilerable.Calkins the ground and hundreds, of ] bis cravings for a pork diet' he children to love you and for you to it and he were diverging. Instead of Henry. It you marry; her sbe'U'see '
himselfand months, to that. News.Btt .
hi bad of taking -Chicago
no means colored tropical birds In from a II ml) of a tree on to the think < f me picture
wished to ask Flsber for a beautifully drops love. When you > growing old together they were grow. ..
his family anywhere slue In advance to buy a supper the air and In the. trees. I Bred at one buck of a straggler In the peccary mo watching over you trying to lead lug old on different lines. Tbeu It begun --- '1
Two men were Bitting at the other little money birds In flight when It seemed The jaguar slays bis victim and to be r Lat. Than Never."I .
for his family, bat dared not lest of the you lit the path Hint 1 know will alone repulsive to him. bope this of mine
end of the talking together excitedly whale area of there dead Lustily to his tree before proposal hasn'ttaken
porcu suspect that the to me the then retreats He was struggling with a desire to '"
lead him to huplthtrxx
though In a low tone. Calkins be leaves arose In front of and nil around the herd can get at him When you remove It when one you completely by surprise dear
whole affair was simply a game to When all was over and be began\ morning a girl est."
hoard the word "strike" and supposing Being a stranger naturally I Will the berd grows tired of waiting for of twenty stumbled Into ,
labor matters In beat him out of a paltry sum. So great me especially wben I and moves along tbe lIfo without her these words came ,'. ; his study "Well yea It has. I long ago abandoned ', ,
tt referred to down Her
frightened him to come cheeks
much were ruddy '
to enough wltb- '
he preferred nod be was wonder "
was his suspense that the back to him all Idea of 1t. -Llte.
Interested. be pricked up which raised up descends sod enjoys his
which be was the animals eke. Jaguar I
hanging saw have been
his ears and soon discovered that they keep away from home. He was leave apparently ready. for nn attack. meal at leisure. Frederick Selous In stricken that they should I '--

referred to a strike of paying ore In between heaven and bell. turned: Tbe older animals opened nnd closed bis romance of tile animal' world has spoken by a woman and realization that woman or ,,, ,..... .............."..........J".J"................, oJ '"
some mine the name of which they -The next morning when he he had tbelr mouths, showing tholr big sharp I an Interesting account of a-fight between his own wlfo. "But tho" be reasoned,' ,. J'f Wh Whf b
out of an outhouse where her wish Is Impossible, '
took knife,
One of the mm : formed much like a dirk a jaguar and a herd of peccarles. I SSJ- /
a package front his pocket-the wrapper slept be spent his 3 cents for a paper.There and tusks some of them started toward me. The peccarios bad the jaguar "bacauHo I shall never and the woman
he the announcement fill the place she bus left vacant
In big headlines saw who can ,
a piece of newspaper-and. I commenced firing my treed on the limb of a tree from wblcb: "
was Impulsively could 'h.
Constant vein If I could find one who
that the and
showed his eompanlonlpeelm.n. air and turned around. had rottbd away. He was '
H. tbe the bark
unrolling richer sad broader gun would nut win h It fl Hal. ;
the had been recovered of them fl III tI -
caught; inont I and by
of ore Calkins wblcb seemed to stop only a few feet above them
This man De ton. Whoa the Mining Exchange of cartridges On this account and from preference
the ton. had lots their
words "six hundred to momentarily, and as I harassing and jumping at enemy
opened" the stock went up to and he hnjrffcd her memory and Ignoredher Send Us
mentioned shooting
tbe tbe conflict
In bringing
told him that the specimens I kept up finally succeeded before her death
out 15 a cheer and stayed then I found wishes. Shortly i.N
assayed to produce this amount they turned and ran awry to the ground. After the light of
informant a sho In the
the sain- noon Fisher gave his had saved my Iffe 1 and and while was
of a ton of ore. After passing afterward that was over there were eleven kl'led! hud been painted. -
awhile, they check for 912.000. and by not shooting any of but the jaguar won health her portrait
for doing
and forth by so wounded peccaries
back wall Your "
pies had favored the man whose This portrnlt he took from tbe next Order For '
rolled again In the bit of newspaper Fortune the animals."These literally torn to pieces. bis .
were Those In the where It hung and placed It over
who had produced capital was but 2 cents. animals proved to be pecrnrles. /

them, and them the man again In his pocket. secret had bought up what stock they Tbey are most ferocious and will Same Thing Now. desk in his study lie was Influenced n literary by JOB PRINTING. ft. -
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vent wanted at private sale knowing that animal In existence on the IUHU and his work was -.r-t
attack any tbe
arose once
Boon after both men went Into the exchange together Wben 1 got "You know woman the woman whose mental and moral : .
If they slightest provocation. ? r
of the family, ate said. memorized
away.Calkins bead and virtues wore
the price. told companions strength
would hove gone away, too ; they would advance back to headquarters and my "No need to speak of that la tbe We
loaded Informed In tho portrait. I will E
went home I was '
But Calkins experience please
place to '0. When my ber husband meek ,. .
s If he bad had any good things ba found his wife bad 1 shot one of tbe animals and past tense replied A year passed and he still loyal-a j
be got up with tbat
he badn Being restless Philadelphia Ledger love the memory '
% clamoring for the wbole bunch ly.- memory. Was It or
and walked over to tbe other end of crying, bis to eat children His bankbook dried made would blm bave Squeal been on me and would of a love Ha never asked himself not only in theQUALITY ..
chair In which something act Is to set another that Lz K
the porch. In a bundles stopped quickly. Tbey Tbe moat sublime the question. He did! not doubt
be noticeda his wife's tears and bis have torn me to pieces "
of the men had been sitting known to kill bears jaguars, before ;you.-William Stake.Hs It wns love. It might not occupy amnilud 11(
little dark lump about the size of a his children's clamor. have been admitted much, as at first, r.
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hickory; nut Taking It up he looked UIHOCD la the light scores of their Got Hundred. but this Is true of one we love who has '
at It scrutlntalngly. Slavs to the 8 rvan<.. number might be killed tbey seem to Sammy's mother talked to him long been gono a long while. Those wbo 4 of work '
"If Constant vein budnt run the fashionably our tbongbU [E ,
the "I'd "I am very tired: said reeve no fear when once aroused and earnestly about the poor marks be are absent do not occupy
out,* he remarked to himself "1 have been burrow under It were present but on their ,
dressed woman. "I was told tbe peccaries bad been getting In bill work at reboot as they but '
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swear the obnnk came out of full working dreadfully bard all da,. Doing the dry; leaves to protect themselves She painted In alluring colors the ca return we find them as dear to us as r. I

It was brownish quarts and the when Why, seeing to my servants I from mosquitoes and other tree of tbe little boy who studies bill' ever. At times be would rememberber

of gold Calkin had worked In inconstant. -working for thorn. Didn't you winged pests of that hot country. My lessons and gains the love and respect earnest look when sbo hudjnada the PRICE. !
Constant mine which bad proved know that the more servants you bave friends bad many exciting experiences ot bla teachers. She went even far her last strange request and would I.
While there be had taken the harder you must work) Certainly to tell In regard to these ferocious little ther. She promised blm that If be got experience a momentary; troubled regret 'i n1'

out just Garb ore as thin. But be bad have to dtf all the shopping tor my ani maiL One of this party wbllo j jtravelldg I good marks she would give blm a tbat he could not accede to It. Try and be "
seen the vein grow narrower and narrower \11""aolll. I have to buy their uniforms with a companion In a wagon. whole dime alt for his own. Sammy Then be would recall tbe reason and us convinced..

till It was nothing more wan I the caps and apron of the stopped tor lunch under some trees seemed Imp 'ssed. would be satisfied.
a crack. Tbe mine after a search for | tbe clothing of the housekeeper' sod turned their horses out to graze.iWklle Tbat afternoon be returned front One day five years after her death '

' a reopening of the vein, bad been abandoned and maids have to see to the msrketlng. too- at lunch a large buncb of peccaries school fairly dancing with Joy he stood looking at her picture. It News JobDepartment

and Calkins had gone to work and vtry often. In spitt of tile fact appeared, and they thought It "Ob mother," be shouted ". got a seemed to him that there was a more t

J elsewhere. Personally he bellevea :yea, I have a housekeeper. I must or would be nice to shoot among them 4uadredr''BemmyC! mature look about It than be had be lii

I that It 'tbe vein wer" followed deep> that will form a combine to rob me of I and get one or two for meat, so they cried his delighted moth fore noticed. Tbe lips did not appear "

enough'it might be found to reopen, they everything 1 have. Tbe housekeeper deed Into them wounding several.wblcb er. She bugged blm and klaaed him so red, the eyea not quite so bright. \ >:
J But the stockholders were discouraged'1 ; a rakeoff tbat will enable tarn commenced to squeal Then the and petted him and-gave blm tbe Then a sudden pleasing thought struck ''t

and wonld not stand assessment "suddenly wUl get In a few y...... Then perhaps wbole bnnca made an attack. The men d mrt. him. Ue was growing older and some Palatka Fla
' It occurred to Calkins that them 'i to retire I who must hunt a plare as climbed quickly Into tbe wagon and "And what did you get a hundred unexplained mental or, rather soul construction \ e' nth 1l

. bad been followed and paying or i Its for some one else Ob.i kept oa snooting so (long as the ammunition I In7" abe Dually ...ked."ID within blm was enabling him r

again struck. Then came the qulcithought. :; housekeeper want to keep your position wblcb they bad In their two things," replied. Sammy to see her growing older with him., r r '

"Can t, wtfb\ only 3 cent 1m yes.mlstma If you of a household ot servants pockets laded As the, were opening without beAI10 tlon. "I got forty In Whence It sprung or what power had i ,
the world, profit by what 1 suspect U t as kep bustling! Ton can't afford Wale bags to get out more ammunition readln' and alxty la apellln'Everybody's !: planted It he cared not. It wu there., *, /
must .
It Is. truer you to Wf'the grass grow under your r the peccaries climbed up Into the It tongue, and Usgaslnev I They would grow old together. 1f:.: .
He Into tbe hotel where i I i extent"New cork tbe wagon and Jumped l period and he no- $ r" 411
went feM to foj great of 'jmssfiyy" | .. tey _._, 2 [ Another, ,JUUged : I:
printed list of quotations of mlalnfstocks t .f fa rnfn fi\uA ss\bjmju '
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The Tampa Tribune snyalt has to pay cd Citizenship officer for hIs district. 1 :

PALATKA NEWS big money for the privilege of publishing Headquarters for several days wore with
Mrs. Etta Mendcnhnll, Contest superintendent -
and Advertiser. "Pastor" Russell's sermons; the ELDER HENRY CUIMIM.WCHAJV. of the W. C T. U. In Florida. ;:
Palntka News has Just been offered the Grace A. Towasond.nlcrlnchcn l'

p Entered matter at the of Palatka the second postoflloe claim. asmallable "privilege" on the "free grails for noth. Recommends [ Fla., A Thrryday

In' has IsVhat would be tho natural u ,

Published at Palatka, Florida, on Inference? PUZZLE OF THE AIR. .
Dealers Its
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NUSSELL&VIOKERS. :(fi Changing Currante Shown by the Action t
opposition to everglades drainage, oven -
of Bird In Flight. Crate Material
w.. A. RUSSELL. B4ll, now that Senator Taliaferro has set him S For Weak Run-Down People. The iirernge poi'suti regl1l'dllnlr inucta

the example of a flop and set up claim to :u 'I t1 ( t'') I was run down and weak from as be regards ""tl'l'-as much lighter, :
THE ALABAMA being one of the originals. But 'Gene \ r u I ")\ % Indigestion and general debility,also of course, but like I It utliurwlw. Cairn bfall;: Kinds. ) '

election In Alabama lust week hasn't been sizing up tho situation with ,,i t Buffered from vertigo. I saw a cM air Is precisely to him nu. calm water ...' ,
demonstrated one thing, viz that the the view to gelling office. He's simply ,I II \ liver preparation called Vlnol adver- In a pool. If tliore In n wind ho pictures I '
do the the scheme general principles I / the air us n Cowing river, And } I : > Fruit }
people of Alabama not want par agin on and : 1 "' -' tlsed and decided to give It a trial, just so long as all uncut looked nt It so ;3..ndVegetable ,

ticular amendment upon which they as Injudicious, Impracticable as : and the results were most gratifying. just BO bug the birds kept thiiU' monopoly .

'Voted Incorporated In the constitution' smacking of graft. There are others, After taking two bottles I regained my strength, and am for/ the only state In which ', S

of the state. The vote, which has not now feeling unusually well." HENRY CUNNINGHAM, water approaches the condition of air -

yet been officially reported, was about Cubans have become tired of President Elder Baptist Church, Klnston, N.C. l Is when water forms a maelstrom.
50,000 for the amendment and 75,000 Gomez's administration In nine months Even thaws wnU"IM Us wildest turbulence U ;

against it, the anti-amendment majority and are seeking some easy way of sub Vinol contains the two most world-famed tonics-the medicinal, falls fur short of the unstable, incessant IL jjf

L being about 25,000. stituting Vice,President Zayas The strengthening, body-building elements of Cod Liver Oil and Tonic agItation of the atmosphere. "Wraps.Palatka ''M tm t

4 Ordinarily the vote against the amendment United States has been much disappointed Iron. Vinol contains no oil, and is by far the Best StrengtheningTonic Air Is never still. It Is cold tilled waves with tA
warm waves ascending .
construed with the administration In less -
would naturally be as a Taft
obtainable. We return without question descending. And through It nice cross }
your money UA'c
vOle against the prohibition of the liquor time, but none of the disappointed would Florida.
.' traffic, but a singular unanimity of sentiment recommend a substitution of \'IcePresidcnt :rv&'tol does not accomplish all we claim for it. shoots screw and whlrlwlmln diagonal wandering shoots, with Hither cork- I ,

r In Alabama seems to place an entirely Sherman. Wo grumble and acceptour Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co., Palatka. and yon as they list. The warm nlr i) wlMJWMW J

different construction upon it. medicine for the full four years. off a* cornfield crrutcs one kind of a m u(1((! .::

The Montgomery Advertiser, which led --- disturbance; oft: plowed laud It creates __ ___ ,_ _ __ ._ i f
the campaign against the amendment, Holly, get your gun. Here's what Joe ,- -- ----.-. -. another. A layer of cold air' may
Humphries of the Braldentown Journalsays bold down a Inyer of warmer ale.
:: ays: BIG CIRCUS COMING.Howe' Christian Endeavor in South i {/
wben the
As showing how misleading the news in cold block: and white: Consider what happens !

paper headlines may sometimes be, we "Sanford celery lands are selling for Great London Shows and Middle Florida.Leavlni' warln alt' breaks through Its envelope 1 i
of bust Tuesday Manatee us n jnlllpond bursts Us darn A flowing -
find in the Plttsburg post $500 to $1,000 per acre. cotintv Interlachen S '
from Birmingham $100 to $300 to Visit Palatka Tuesday on September vhurued to and fro find
a ip.-clal lent out celery lands arc selling at 27th weeks stream A Christmas SuggestionA ;
nearly eight were spent
which the Pout's headline writer thus per ac.'C. Mjnalcc's poorest lands, used December 2 1.t. the comrades of the southern round and round ansI. up and clown
exploited: "Prohibition I. Defeated; Alabama (or growing celery, would fertilize the among portion of the Slate Union. In two articles -' would give n feeble Idea< of the itlr's" -
proposition the Sanford lands. Sanford The Circus Performance II Exceptionally -
give against richest of
majoritY} have brief Inconstancy. i
to make slate dry' To begin with, spends money advertising Its hands.Manatee Fine and Full of Interest to All of this Journey.we prepared a account Now a bird, circling with Oxed ;r
Alabama did not vote on prohibition, county doesn't advertise; hence Lovers of the Ring Nearly Everything i
consequently prohibition was not "de. the difference in price of lands." New and Novel-Menagerie and Hippodrome Eighteen miles from Interlachen the wIngs floats .. feated" In any way. In the second place, Unexcelled.Mr. first stop was made In thriving Palatka. air. It maintains Its Altitude as to the ,
the slate Is already as "dry" as the law Tallafcrro has made formal Ga. The Presbyterian Endeavors. since the earth but, It Is constantly coasting '1\\
Senator Waller Taylor, of Atlanta
defeat a removal of their pastor Rev. Lynn to through tbo air's ant'cmllng vol-
can make It, and the adoption or down
his candidacy for famous Southern writer, : Handsome Box of
of re says
announcement held Holiday
of the proposed amendment could makeno I Jacksonville have not meetings ume. Once the bird loses the air column l. '
change in existing laws.The 'election to the U. S. Senate, nnd. .now, "The Howe's fact that Shows over proves 10,000 people that the attended regularly work., but hope to resume more active It bus to StIlt Its wIngs, and It ,, .

Mobile Register, another leading rather Informally, the body-ami breeches ancient love for the circus still exists. flaps till It finds another "01"1<111. when STEEL DIE EMBOSSEDSTATIONERY
anti-amendment paper, says: : corporation owned papers of the state It is born In our' very flesh and blood.In In Klsslmmctt headquarters were with It goes on wheeling again with tired
There Is said to be a disposition on will proceed to tell of his wonderful youth it thrilled us, and In our mid- Mrs. J. W. Miller, Stale Mission superintendent wlugs. Moreover when It flIes the

the part of some persons to read the achievements of the past 12 years for the dle age It Is our comfort and solace. and Osceola and district.also president The Presbyterianand of Orange wind comes toward It In waves, rIsing S for' :
The smell of the sawdust Is
as fragrant
like the billows of the sea.
results of Monday's election to mean and falling
But won't
dear people. they say any
today ni It was in the early morn of our Christian church societies here en-
that the prohibition laws arc now a dead nnd Mien it doe
It meets them precisely
his connection with the Joy much fellowship and fortunate -
thing about ll\cs, when the circus was heaven and .
sale of be
: letter and nhindcred.the We liquor venture may the resumed Consolidated Grocery company and its tha smilinir, bcskJrlcd, bespangled, In having the support of their pastors what a bout does-goes over $1.00.ENGRAVED .
I ulorabla creature lir blue tights was Its heartily. A good union meeting was them or goes through them. The .
found be for
will be States
that this to the United court
opinion a conviction In
particular, angel which filled our attended In Kisslmmce on Sunday, October Wrights learned< nil this. and ,vhonthey'd
great error of judgment. The laws arc violations of the Sherman anti-trust law, 3rd.Enroute. about ns
and dreams
thoughts by day our by night. learnedthey were
till what they were, the machinery :
S enforcing them is the same, and the mil of being an organization In restraint "Every Hmo we visit a circus we vow to Avon Park there was a few noar to flying ns you and 1 wouM be
penalties remain unchanged. There i It of trade and to boost prices. These we will never again; that ills the same hours spent \Vauchula, DeSoto coun to writing Chinese philoRaphy v hen I CARDS also
cure to be trouble for thoso who things, however, have gained him the old thing, the same old acrobats, the ty, where there Is now no Endeavor society we'd Just learned the English ntpunbet. S E

rr are caught in the act. Let no oneImai'lne sobriquet of the "business senator," and same old ground nnd lofty tumbling old though there should be. After Furthermore. t there were no teaeliern.
that the issue in the late the some old elephants, the same leaving Waul''hula came a twenty mile could them
living or dead. Hint help make Presents. Prices
.,s such he Is now before the people. If horseback riding. And It is all true. appropriate
saloon saloon. carriage ride to Avon Park the Secre.
campaign was or no more tbnn II 'ft',. steps along the way.Evprybolly's ,
4 It was the greater issue of the right 01 the News mistakes not the signs of the Some old thing, nothing new. But the tary's home for eight years. Located In
the people to change burdensome legislation. times, these same people will decide next time the circus comes again the the parsonage of Rev. S. V. Dilley, D. Magazine.' reasonable. ?i '
fever breaks out once more, the roar
State Citizenship _..
that they don't want any more of his superlnlendent/ -
The Montgomery Advertiser, In commenting and mule of the heavy wagons have nn visits were paid many / __ ______u______, _
kind of "bttslncss"The enticing echo of their own, tho tented this lake-surrounded village. Junior
on the meaning of the result, city appeals to the imagination as fervidly .
Endeavor is a bright feature of the work
again says: Benevolent and Protective Orderof and as vividly as in the days here. The Palatka News. :
when we carried water for the elephants, 1nroat'Coughs -:
u It docs not mean a defiance of existing Elks has been in the limelight. and when the door opens we all of us In Lakeland as the guest of Mr. and :
laws In Alabama. There be those '
may Down at Tampa last week a long-haired, are In the rush to get under the canvas Mrs. G. Qualntnnce some pleasant
who Interpret the vote that way, but hours were passed. There Is a YoungPeople's
and with
sensational sumo thing over again,
they will find themselves mistaken lean nnd cadaverous' preacher and
Presbyterian society a new
There thousands of prohibitionists named Len c;. Broughton attacked the the same delightful anticipations as In
were Junior organization In the Christian .
the dny of Ills well that this Is
yore. -
who voted against the amendment; in order as a society of rounders and gam- When the longer loves the church, but we could not remain In the
so. man no
fact, If it had not been for their votes,, ''jlers, a charge the Tampa Tribune very circus lie has arrived at the lean and city long enough to meet their leaders. 'm..1111.>! ncii Dftu! : m,tin:!:JK,,awn:l : ,,111;' us11,"'ffi!\im' w:'mm"aiw: uaiiB': 'rji'/uKis!! ititii! ': r,'.imn!' ffl.. iiirsff''iniini/ !_!

the victory. Theso would not have been nnd posslble. approprIately and' effectually resentedmd slippered age, where lie fain must The convention for Hillsborbugh and Ask your doctor about these

I non-prohibitionistsulike prohibitionists intendto conservative disproved,, At Gainesville last Sun. crouch before the fire to warm his thin Manatee district met in Bradcntown, October throat coughs. He. will tell =uPalatka Automobile & Supply Company !
blood and muse over the days that are 22-21th and was a very enjoyable
enforcement sec the statutes And given a fair' trial the foi day the local lodge of Elks held its nn gone. The first sign of old age is when meeting. Local workers were most cordial you how deceptive they are. ,

'( contest as settled will very bring probably about a nunl memorial service for deceased \ve lose our love for the circus." and the spirit of fellowship manifested A tickling in the throat often M .
members with several of the evangelical Don't miss seeing the big show to be by tho Methodist pastor Rev.
determination the of the serious
trouble ahead.
on means
greater both sides pirt frown and the in Palatka Tuesday Dec. 21st. Samuel Scott, and his congregation, N :::; "Mitchell" and "Maxwell"AUTOMOBILES tf8
leading people on to pastors taking part, memorial Better
was another happy memory of this co'n- explain your case care-
down defiance of the laws. If thelaws
any N
address being delivered by the
are unwise or inefficient in any re vcntion. fully to your doctor and ask I III
spec, or for any community, they must of the sUtc university. The Newsis VlHHJ HfR BACK( ACHS( On board the boat for trips to and him about your taking Ayer's '$f
don'lknow from Bradcntowa congenial Endeavor -
be upheld and endured until they can be certain some of the ministers were l ;
friends and these rides were Cherry Pectoral. Marine and Stationery t
modified and Improved. Alabama. must an ace from a duce and that If
be a law-abiding state, and the selfish or they were asked to "rush the II'roler" A Woman Finds All Her Energy greatly enjoyed, surely by us all. W. publlnh our rucn.ulalW !It G iiao line Engines: tiudSupplier (
reckless element will soon find the dom I In St. Petersburg were four very busy, ,
and Ambition SlippIngAway f
innocence would be immediately .nl.h .
their entire Klooltol
mating influence of the anti-amendment I happy days spent. Though centered In i
A from our. :in > it PlulnJmg! : .l\nd SIu.>et-Mttal
forces everywhere against an interpretation -i .. apparent. It also holds to the private thu parsonage of Rev. and !Mrs. Hoyt, Wo nroo' :;to .
of the vote as a license to excess. opinion, hereby publicly expressed, Palatka' women know how the there were pleasant acquaintances made i/ers! 00..."."' i4 Work. )
,.irlit-H and pains that come when the with both workers of that church and
It would seem therefore that the open that the aforementioned Len G. Bough
I kidneys fail make life a burdon.Biekaehe the Presbyterian one. On Wednesday Who makes the best liver pills' TheJ. Repairing a Specialty. -4IIJ f
saloon in Alabama is in about bad "
as a Ion is "off his bang. hip puins, headaches dizzy union held In
evening a meeting was C. Ayer Company, of Lowell Mass. '
fix as It ever was and If what the anti- spttlU dlotres8inlurinary troub- the Congregational church and remainsin They have been making Ayers Pills for I
amendment leaders and papers say maybe Will the Bradford County Telegraph left, nil tell of sick kidneys and warn memory as one of the most enjoyable over sixty years. I If f you have the slight Palatka Florida. f:
; never learn enough to know the ridiculousness vou of the stealthy Approach of meetings during the long Journey. Mr. doubt
t taken as an Indication of public sen est about using these pills, ask
tlment there Is little of its of his position on the question clliibi'te", dropsy and Brian's dls- Alexander Linn, State leader of Quiet your doctor. Do as he says, always.Made kflwi":' !:, uiiBii,;, !'m",,me imawimitiwt,, riu' ..inir inm.!I, jriiir.: nnt..wi inriiii>inn IVMIK.!tin';, I
f prospect return. of Everglades drainage !Every: other "HHI. Doau'a Kidney Pills: permanently Hour' and Tenth Legion activity, is located bjp tbo J. .,."".r Co., Z.ow,ll,Mua.-- :
.-Pcnsacola Journal. :, newspaper man in the slate. who formerly cure nil these disorder in SI. Petersburg. It was very --- --- ------
I opposed the proposition has long ago Cun PaUtka sufferers desire stronger pleasant to confer with him about our --- -- ---- ------ .:==--. t---o-:: : ; t

i. St. Lucle county has voted $200,000for : discovered that his position on the ptoof than this woman's words? Stale Union work, also to meet State For I
hard surface roads. Oh question was untenable and has either !III'.. M. 1\(. Graham, Starke, Fla.I l'resld"ntVlnnard when in Tampa. == :I?-trim: : : :IhE\.xtn.;:\. oy =::; .. 1
we aredoing '
f yes shut up like a clam or "fessed" up to the used Doan's Kidney Pills with From St. Petersburg friends we went New and Up-to-Date fALATKA. FLORIDA 1 I
something Florida. : error of his way, but-Fcrnandina Hoc- fxnellenr, results. My back ached .
to those of the Spanish-American churchin
\, ord.Tut so Intensely that I was unable to at- West Tampa, among the Congregational Furniture and I 11- Chemicals, Druggist Sundries ana )} }
With 360,065 government office hold- tut, Brownfield; go slow. 'Gene tend to my housework, and at times Endeavorcrs. Work in this Patents. 1
i era, and 946,194 names oa the pension !Matthews the Bradford County Telegraph I became so lame that It WAS only church Is going on well. Rev. and Mrs. House Furnishing Goods I PRESORIPTIONS OAfEFUL.L.Y OOMPOUND&O,

I. rolls t'ncleSajn has quite family living 1 Isn't necessarily opposed tor the with dltllculty that I was able to I;. P. Ensminger, pastor and wife, beIngrelIeved at very low prices j OABDBN: SEED Agents MMlorr Bt...mah

4 on money taken from the public treasury. drainage of the Everglades. He is simply lift anything. I also had a kidney Rev Slutton of much from care the North.by the coming Over the of Go to ...,.,a. ;;:r + S =--9+='- ..g,. ;
weakness which caused me great an
fashioned business and
-- nn man mission work among the Cuban people -
Editor Holly of the Sanford Herald not a grafter. lie looks upon the drainage noyance. Since uslnu; Doart'a Kidney : will Rev. Stulton now have complete R. S. I ----

shouldn't allow himself get too "dies I proposition as one of business I and Fills, I am free from backache, responsibility and the future looks Mooney, tiJoi RR BAIX.KY, J. Wuno RZt.LJAS..
I the remark I the kIdney secretions do not bother bright for more thorough evangelizing of I rroNldone.,' ftecv.and T.....
,; It. Referring to of the not politics. If he went into its advocacy -
the makers and their children
t Pensacola Journal that "brie," (meaning : it would be for the drainage of the me nnd I feel bettet Kenenil. I than cigar has been done In past months. Palatka,. Florida. The G. Loper Bailey Ce

t Sanford,) "was waking up to the advantages -I Everglades Instead of the stale treasury n in glad to recommend Doan'a Kid- Magdalene, a distant suburb of Tam. -' --

t of a location In Florida," Holly I He thinks It could be best handled by ney P11U to other'aulTerers of kidney pa came next in our Itlnery. Chris. Undertaking and Embalming.

w- says: 'She' woke up some time ago engineering nnd soil experts, nnd that co m plaint." tian Endeavor and the W. C. T. U. /: Fire Insurance:

r and can now give advice to some of 'her'sleepy designing politicians will continue In For sale by all dealers Price CO eenta.F08ter spirit seem supreme here among these
United Brcthcrn Sunday
neighbors Including Pcnsacola." the future have In the to -:>1I1burn Co., Buffalo, New York, splendid people. I
; as past, was a full one, combining for us European Restaurant 1endingAmei'ican and Foreigu
II 'make n "mess" of it Some editors find sole agents for the United States. services at the church of which Rev. ,

The liquor element In this slate should It unprofitable and "hard to kick againstthe 1 Remember the name-Uoan'u. -and Cavonough U pastor,' and conference Furnished Rooms CompaniesLife
1 with Mr. W, O. Beams the newly elect- ,
take no other. ,
not get "too gay" over the Alabama pricks; 'Gene would fight a bu/z-
Hot and Cold Baths
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t' amendment election and adopt the slogan saw if a principle was involved. More Insurance:

"As went Alabama so goes Florida." power to him. Hu's right. AtCHAS

The cases arc altogether different. Alabama From Arctic to Tropics The Old Reliable "<1ermamtLife"

already has statewide prohibition; Willack on the Ball.t. KUPPERBUSCH'S EASY AND SAFE TO USE

the saloon Is an outlaw In EVERY PART 'rho late Lester Wullack onco told a, FUT of New York
of his still
story famus
OF TilE STATE; the blind tiger is on father INEXPENSIVE.
James W., that as either nu actor or a in Ten MinutesNo
the run-he dare not lift his head. In !
manager he could never tolerate the g g m aau aa
: fact It Is the testimony of all the people ballot even where It wits seemingly I LLS Marine Insurance:

and press of Alabama that the laws necessary according to custom as part oil, heater has a higher Let us know LICE
against the sale of intoxicating liquorsare of on entertainment or in the opera. 3 your | ivSN The Leading$ Companies 4'

as well enforced as any other law on One day there cams to him a friend. efficiency or greater heaving 3 n ALL LIVE STOCK.
the statute books. The large majority a man about town who said, "My dear power than the 1 Grocery "

sentiment of the slate favors the law, rVallnclc, It !Is very curious that you do r. I CiSINFECTS.CLEANSES.. All Claims Promptly

but It was opposed to AMENDING:; :; the not see the beauties of Imagination :; i Settled.
shown by tbo poses of tho bifllet." <10.< 1 PERFECTIONtEE4
constitution. But Florklu. cannot have 1 3 I
Wants PURiriB. *
statewide, prohibition unless It does log on In this strain the visItor at last : i iI

S change, or amend, its constitution. In wore malinger out who the repiled pntleuce: of the actor. Oil Heater a na I II .Ins to many uses that It linaoatilty Office US Front St. Pilatku. Florida.

1185 local option, then regarded as adVance "Look here It Is had enough to stand! and we will be pleased to ni a on tvtry ,ann; .

anti-salooa legislation, was placed these absurdities In an opera; cat, : furnish you with the beet n:

,, In the constitution of Florida by a large though I can comprehend, people singing 'i .(Equipped with amokslsss Device)] 3 goods obtainable at surpric.inglylowprioes. r CURES MANQt.SCAB. ''VV ITE'SCream

majority, against" the united opposition of their joys I am banged It 1 can -- :T: n RINGWORM, gCHATCm' :*

the liquor Interests. Today these Inter- their dancing their griefs." With it you can go from the Vermifuge
None but First-class goods ufJ Destroys All Disease Germ
eats aro advocating local option. The Well Thought Out. cold of the Aictic to the warmthof find shelf 'u
demand now Is for stats wide prohlbl- Man (who linn been refu ed)--Don't the loom !p OHIVt: AWAY FLIC:* THE GUARANTEED
tine, and as It Is impossible of realisation' you think that a girl sometimes says Tropics in 10 minutes. EI want to convince you of this, a t

without changing the constitution, It Is a "No" without snlKclent consideration The new 11 u so come and see for yourself, r.J taj ; VOB UUI a. WORMREMEDY

3 to 1 shot that the constitution will be Girl (wbo Isn't havIng any proposals! : or, phone your order in to c AckerminStewartDrug f!

changed in November, 1910, by the large -Of course not. Why, the matter bas Automatic
majority vote of the moral, law loving, always received consideration* long before Smokeless Deviceprevents No. 84 and it will receive! u :V Co. '
f law abiding citizens of the state The tbe man proposes. smoking. There Is no possible question about it. prompt and careful attention. .-u .

Christian churches, the god fearing, order There .In mornCA-trrh In this Naction or the This means greater heat-power a more rapid diffusion of heat un .nit Frtu BOOKLITI
f country than nil. iht-r dlrtttimoB put "(Ogothor. and conversion of all the id -.- THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
a sure in the oil.
loving men, the mothers and wives and unltl tnt |AH( ti'tv yearn wan supposal to hoIticuriilito. heat-energy 3 Free delivery. jjj -
of the state in this fight, will be almest a For. .a great many yttira doctor* In a cold room, light the heater and in 10 minutes you'll have a ..UWSUS. ,...Of '.,.syeae.
nrtinnun 0 II a Incut fllaiMIHn ant prfluoi' Ibfld --------- .u cissause omT a"
unit for God and home and natlvo land (Inoul' r.moilt,., anil by conHtamly" rat Inn to glowing heat that carries full content. Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.

f' and the outlawry of the saloon. and i cure.51.l. with.s>..lonitM local)'m......'me"provim.. pronniuicpitU cattrrh. to btt.liiuiiri aoonUturliinaldlflonMe Turn the wick upas high as it will go-no smoke-no odor. ] L.C. Stephens I Administrator's Notice. .T. LOUIS, MO,

w brothel. The liquor oligarchy, the .' and\ tliri-fore rqnlra OMIIItlutlonitl In everything that appeals to the provident and the fastidious the Notice Hi
men ., Irenimont.. litits Catarrh Cure, 1 nB lim-nby\ given' that thirty: d yn Bold by Act.'m'u\-l4t..n. Drug Co.:
who would profit by debauching the nmiiufatitiiroil. l>r V. J. < himnjr ft Co. Tnlmlo. Perfection Oil Heater, with its new automatic smokeless device, decisively '- Grocer From the iliiM .heruor; I..n> Auiiiuttrat.or: ut ..not.l. H. Hauvbton.
'htst.tutetJ.O 1,0111 ,
Ohio ,la Ilia only oonATlrutionitl. onro on tlinmarket. nj ( tlttUPHMMl, will
boys and their fellow men, will be It ,lat.kim Intornully, In rI".... trim 10 leads. Finished in Nickel or Japan: in various styles. hy petition to the County: Juiliin ol Piitimm
,tro ,. In a ....... "nlul. IB mita, dlr...-.. tlinbloixl 00 mndy Ftorttu.' for IuIv, anuS authorIty $o
against It. The News is only quasi'good, anil' railtiuim. surfaces. of tin"nymnmThwy Essay Xtahr E..her.. If Not At Yours, Writ. for Dmcriptly Circular S j Kirby and Morris Streets, ::! 10 liii the f..Ilewtg I uIorttet rest setatO belongIng -
but in the coming fight it will blat off'**ODD hundred tIters for any owe tt .. Va. N ire t Anncy o. eM : to Sb' ,,estRIts of sultut 0. 0. Long te'en.w.t FOR SALE-35 acres 'land. 2 acre |
rullMto aura. Stmit f-,, olruular. tail tvHtlino* STANDARD Oil I Palatka Florida. I \* *"' hotTwo (ill In Btouk .Slity-! ( bearIng ottnge rrove. Balance m good
with the enemies of the saloon, and Its COMPANY 2 2aa .t"hiHi( In tIn Town of WVInkn' Putmira rlsh. potato land IS there, *Is In Florida. '
ni.lAdutre... I. J. VHIMET: ft 00, Toledo, O. ( ) c lurid... J. A. HUTOHlhHOW.!
colors will be carried high where all rt miles P. JJ1Ii
can ii-w-ot Adruiiiiitmtor. 1H city.: J. <:KII.
Sold by DraintUla, 13a.Tali > -n ---------- -
.... Ball f unllr prlan Fill InC oomupatlon, IL.. a a macmmgmmmgQaa mDi Ptlatke, Fiends,Nor Wli. ,l w. 10.22.tf.Tirn .
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Crescent City News Mrs. Loiinlo D. Crouch-,-who-hn
'been \'I8IUlIg nl |Iho home of her parent\!I FLORIDA

Gn.. rclurncd on Tlmrs
nu..t.. .. ,Ir.JQU"7't'Ir:1" ;) : --.- day of last cek.Pro LOCAL TIME CARD No. 79. Corrected to Sept. I. 1909
Weather Iteport.CI'tI..ontOIt Cash Buyers Attention !
/. M.
I Whllnoy for
10mne'.lue for the atoll ninny yenn boo. 01.) No.5th I .Ii". 78 [ Mo. /II
; for Holiday lag L1ecemtaijrrd IU09. and a leading educator of Michigan mid 1 f for DAILY DAILY MAIN LINE DAILY JiAILY .

1hz.fair liii., 20 years principal one of the lending :1: Our low] prices have been making new and 4 ("I"" Ia uo elnLv., ) .JsksintvlTi7Tau, pm 110 .,n ,., .

No.emb.,. 7 .. nt, I p. m.II" m. 1/ lan. 24 tot 1m, schools of Detroit, was iho guest -i a ,,4s 1'110 IU tin ott, I.e $1.AIIUII.IIII..Ar.' 8 'M\OS\ pm 6 7'1&011 eta
ShoppersWe t;. $'uiuiraIai.? over pleased customers: every day. !7 p.i II au" .,ii I.. 1 Kital; 1'.lo'ko I. S Inn usiaii '
"I 11II 01 64 Saturday and I J' 1".1.\. .. lnnil .. l.a J "8 pta I 2S.m Ullm.a Dorr.C Parlor 011"
te Sunday the" 1.11I
nt home of
tiitnilny.: till Our Gents Furnishing stock is the largest .. Lv S II 19 ion
hiD.: tlnfldu; .: .: : -I IS l"n I 41 ta. I.V.I.t'tona pm op.r.'ed oft trains lit aad n b.
have an especially 80. 'l'1I08e111) sa" 01 01 tl) IJ II IIJ Ii Mr. and Mrs. \%'. A. Autscll.. Prof. I in town. U i As Ill tim: : :: jatn: Lv I..ttu.vtlte.:Now :doyrns.' .. :t: fg I ; p.s pm: : ;1 cm ens 'wean l.o"'ODYII1. .04 MI.ml.IQ .

fine display of High Grade D..olII bar. Whitney has traveled extensively In the el itl in 4 IU pill pta Lv. .....Cu.... .Iv I24H I"" 1 4S .m

Stationery In Boxes. I.I. Thn."o Wo
H Frldo,. 00 70 01 70 01R and ho says thai Crescent City w'ltd I its 3: have Style antiVettriiig qualities. II SO pin 0 Q7 I"n I.. MsIboltra... .Iv I Ii 02 jrn 1 01 .m t..11 New York and ItnllhtlI .. LIt. '
with ,ft choicelot l II.) WILLIAI18. Oliitrvnr. I 25 .m 7 Os jan I.. ..,1'1. .r..Lv' 10.) ."n 11110 Im Keyov.rtlt..U."t\oCO.
Together orange grove surroundings, eon.llluleone H5 Get( one of our Art Squares or Axminster d lii sun. 6 17 pon 1.I'.h... H..cli Lv 0"4.110 4U pm north or 1.0kooo.lI1. 1.It&ll41O'1
j of 800... II UO pta M. Miami .I.v ft 00 am 000 pm 00 (n.ta.essnd 51.
of lhomosl beautiful homo town i 5 Rugs for Xmas. Big stock just received. Prices 700.... .. Miatni. .. ) pm
Perfumes.There ."' '' '''''''''''' '''''''''' he oversaw.The C 2.) a,, .tlineaietl.. pm
: ** low. '044 Bm .. l.onll .. amIt
.1.5 KtJ; : .Ar..lie.
Are also many E 411 Personal and Social. $ Musician clubs? / to give a nius/. floods in ]large variety. itt tittf.itt 10 cm .. :::: : : :.lCtlht.. kovWo.i. : ..;;:: : : ::: :

oilier articles iiiitnbla forth cal recital nt the Auditorium, on the 55 Hosiery, Notions, Dress I 1080.......... .... ..... '. .. /lav.n... .. pm

Christmas season. I S......"" """"' '''''' ''I evening of Dec. JSih, (next "'Wedncsdn) *J Next week we will have a big stock of Toys 'Snnoto)'i,Tuesdays and 'Lburs4eys.errtv&stICey W..t.tTn. .

We are headquarters for Misses Clarissa ChIt Bessie A. \\'lIlIlImsvlsltcd The recllnl will begin nt R o'clock andIs St and Fancy Articles for the Xmas trade. .,",yt, "hllrod"Y' and B.tiir.Iay., ,departure from Key Weat.tiilnVsWedn..days ., "
and Prldny, arrlv.laaud depnrturei at Havana.
for the benefit of the cMi's
their iltler, Mrs. Henry IlulchlnS3n Piano M Come in and have a look. zmsameanmi *ei f mmammmmm m vmat *mmmm m B n .
and Smokers'
Clears ; In Palnlka List Motiday.rJ und.. Tho program will bo !largely: In, PALATKA BRANCH _

Articles. iliumcnlnl with Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E.'ado ;.;: : ; TO Arrive tea.. T FALATKA TOXA8T Arrlv.K..1
,. Greetings lo Mr. and Mrs. Jamei R. Mercantile Co. 11: JUST PAI.ATKA
5 Mathis I
Assortment of Illl! ol Hcnilcrsonvlllc, N. C.-Ihcy arc \\ of Oil.iudo In leading; parts, and ; '.' ''t.LPALAIICA_---- -p.t.lka. ,-- !: !.!!!: I 'ALATKA tetatks_
Big ----
with severalocnl nelocllons by our '

B Florida Post Card c pleased.J. back "homo. again" and everybody is best home talent Tho program of Instrumental *" Successor to F. S. Cone. Crescent City.; j l Is ti an,, ::::::::::.N.No.,.. IuO los: Psit. :: :::::::;: ..a 55 50: lila cia: : i\'J\ am am ::::::..No., 105 tot DeIty.Detty.:: ::::::::: : 00 20 cm ann

musiclll embrace selections Y :ii l liii' ....Nn. 104 D.II'......... 0"") In, 11 56 "on 106 DflIty...._ U 48 .m
U Pictures. (Jll"" IM, 1'.lIy........ 12j.j.I'" S>> 11II pm 107 Deity...._ I 18 pm

Inter J. G. visitor Lyon ,of Is New again, York nt Grove, a popular Hall (mm Mendelssohn Chopin: Mason and AAWMMMMMAMMWMMSquhe a. :lit iii: ,:ltn in, .No..:::: :: : : SIC 101 ))::: ::'::: : 55 80:: pin v.a:.: : itS an p.n pm: .No:::: ::: ., ILl 559 :: :::::: : tt pIn pm: ... I Ia
other ( with original Deity..4. )
Lounds Drag Co. great composers, an I"n U2 D.II,........ 56 him 700 pm uS pm
c for the season. Mr. lyon nrrlved early piece or Iwo by Mr. "',,1<'''. The club ---- _ _ _ ,
lost ci'k. U of nnd Case Indian L.ndm.rk. In Ohio Wood. -' SAN MATEO BRANCH ,
Crescent City. hopeful a largo opprecltilhoaudicuce. Burton' Divorce
Defiance bt
of can .
,I E; | J. C. Grlmsley who has been hert) In the vicinity would think ;;.; I:.' KA81' PALATKA TO Arr'v.lo.' .] 1..8on SAN MATEO TO BAIT A..I..E"' ''
elevation lo the office found trees that
Burton's mnny
Ifr.rJIT: Jr..l'JI1J rTrf'Jt Judge ""nl..1ra. SAN l\IU'I; I"'eo' II M.t.o PALATKA Pal.tllaII
.--- -:_. shipping his fruit crop since early In Olobcr Rev. P. J". Ley of Mlnml, presldlni: 01 Justice of the Peace In and l for this freaks of nature. Such they are In e I __ '

left for his home In Barlow on I elder of the East Coast( district, M. E I eclion precinct did not result In de way hut I they are created by the hand S / .110 ......N... toil D.II'......... so .m 0 00.110 104. Deily..._.. e 211 .In
D Ug gD C IL15 JL44 I .. 40 a 4& ItS Detty...._. .011 pm ,
Monday. church souih will lilt Crescent Clly ot mono : WI", .. ..... .lio. IUI Jim pm '
CI \ : pllvlng him of his sense of humor by ottho Sadly..5 I)
L I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gimas of the Lake next Saturday and Sunday for his fount lowing the same to be swallowed in According (10 the stories of some ". .lio. ftl -No no No. bi it I
Sn. 61.
much )
Hall are .
Grove old timers these trees MA.YrOn SIlA.NCH Sunday
k. I George turpentine location with lilt: uirlerly conference on the charge offlcal dignity. Mo Is still approachable older tbnn the present generatlo. has .!:.!i. J Nan4y!:!!!_ Dall, ___ _Dati L z Dlt

e OrHHOi'nt City's "ptilnr lioh.1. :, I Julia Alien of Del.nnd, were In towntone RCIIlr.. Ley Mill piench Sahairdatmorning by the humblest clll/en and enjoys n any Idea of nud at one time served a. 110 PM ii im" PM. 0 III All I....__....... .....III....__.._... v 110 1M t oo pe e p,.
p ,.,__._... ......_____ 6 .V OIl 12 iS SW S 50 eti f
week and II o'clock mill again or tn .o PM 10 U All a '" L. .
last registered al at himself d PS
renovHtcd olxnii and airy ID day I joke as well as ever whether on Indian guhl pOAIs. It Is said that In 55 POI 4 47 PM 10 S2 All ............_,.......O,.". ........_.._._,... 4S OIl IS IS p 4 44 R .
attain open for thp8Pp.on nnctortljo : Grove Hall. Sunday morning ill 10:30: ( nftrr which lu or another. He has even been tbp early days, when the Mnutnee valley 11 I 10 PM d I" POI 104)) All ...,...._._... ....,......".". ......... .............L. 6 SO AM 12 tUNa 4 Ii) ec a

..".nBg"m..nt of Wm. C. Thos. K. Bilcs. of the Times, will administer the i Holy Communion known to shoot Jokes from the bench. was one vnst woods the Indians ' ... .....
,E (NOR.TON. i.. : one Tim quarterly conference will be held decided divorce bent tbcso saplings to Indicate certain ( ::: ': :: Or..,. CII, Bro ;::: 'j ;:::: :: ..... InsetS.

In the midst of the bPBt or- I Union representatives v> Iio compiled tin Only recently lie a of their deformity 1iuiiiti; t.. iiJ-o, I... N11 litt." .. n p -1fI: u.n. d ItO eta .... they ... r. 1 50 pm '
2:3(1( Snltirdny afternoon. There will paths. The trees because ,..... .. ".'...... ft Iii r..rd..Lv. 10 00
Putnam edition of lbs .1 I : "In chambers. A negro couple I In 'n 111\0' an .L. 1 01 pm I'm V IIU am Ar..8 etlp
Milts irrowliigcIIon( of Flnrldii. .- i t recent county case and, although l '... ...., .. '.....r'l Ii RI, I) dO .
: be ice Sunday night atho grew slowly ,,,.. \\I no : pll' pmJ ;..... ...0.."' .._.. ...
preaching son with : ...
Finn btmMnK flHlihiif' nnd I Ig ; paper was a guest at Grove Hall ont) who were afflicted Incompatibilityof old never attainrd .". 1'1'" : 12. I"" n ''0 .m

bird shootliiic. B"H ltrul vlewnof ,,; d ly last week. usual hour, but Pastor DaIs could temper' nnd other well recognlcdgrounds I they the nre sIze many of their years brethren In the torcots. Cnn.vttan m.d. 0, KnitS. K.t .Oh ... 5 f) S. .. c. '00 ...., Wni ... H..._ c..... ,

g Crpsoxiit L"k" from hntel I not I miy whether by Mr. Ley or himself. for annulment the marriage' 1 FortVtiyne.Toledo ...,.. ...... :
: exist near .. 1 end d.p.n .5e
..r..nd"UII"I.,' to Htfinn- The Masonic lodge nt Crescent Cl.j I Slinllnr trees e. rai... TIMK' TAn'.K' .hnw 'h' "m. .1.whhh., 0,1., m.p ,npwnd. ..'.0....... ..... .. 'hI. C_.' ..LC
lie desired the News:; lo suite, however the Judge for a illorre. ...... ."O..n., .tilt. ,h.'r' ...1... or d.p.m. .5. alt..3 I. no
relation applied to \ Itlnde.Ramambartd ... ... ,.
I boat Inudrnir. Itntrd by wcrk ; has but IS members but. It should grow- .W ..''d r..pon.Ihi.' for .... .1.1.0. 00 .n, cc to .1. It.from.
i and month at r>-iiMoimbln rain.. : after (the fine showing Masonry made al i that ho was anxious. for a full attendance ,' The application .at first ulnrlleduil -IO.1-COHV OP 1HK LOCAL TIMK CARD OH OIHKH INrOHM\IIUN' ".U TIIK TICIUIT AC.HN ,

47ater to Norl'ln-rn tourist r; the cornerstone laying ceremonies In of all !Methodists and that a cordial wcl- o Burton; It was lie I first/ applicationit Whole Books. I I). KAHNER General .P....m.r "..n' ST. AUOU8TINB. FWRID4'S'S

Write for ternn. come would be accorded nil who would the kind to come before his court, Walter Savage I.nndor carried hU
i Palalka last week.
care lo enjoy any or all the sen'Ices. but after "sizing up" the applicants, who Illirary In his bend. When be had rendn

i Wm. C. NORTON, i i iIII Arthur B. Applcby, who Is spending. The Crescent Company now opera both appeared anxious Iho humor of liool: he always gave It away onprltrlip. ;. ;<<;< . . .
the month with his father nnd family,
Crescent ('lt.r: Florida. i ting the extensive peat bogs. opposite the situation struck him. ) | | having as be snld. observed

U r: has been assigned to the management of Crescent City on Crescent Lake' and "!\Iy court. really hasn't Jurisdiction Incases Mutt/ with such n purpose In hi. mind MAL1YCOMPANYIIJA. .
a maDD m mcr.r.cr.r.c Chase & Co's leased packing house nt( he to retnlii of a book all
under the management ot !Mr. Rowland for total dissolution of the marriage wns ship C i

the Junction.Mrs. Woodward, Is sending a largo amount relation," suld the judge. "There Ihnl mis worth keeping. In bill old ( f"ORS'fTHlTREtT ATLANTA A "
itt stock "e -
Southfield Hotel H. L. Tebbels of Lynn, Mass., of Us product of ferlllUer filler forward are some Insurmountable legal obstacles flee T.nndor wns furious If bp did net| I, Everything MAchinecy:. avid We Mill havf&appIeSCIMPJ the} largest and" most; com.r .
formerly and for several years n popular Bach week now. The company has Immense In the way, but I could show you a way nt UUCP ra'ttwmbeuany passage of n I I. pit line of M HiNtRY and MILL,SUI.

Creacent City. Florida. resident of this place, has written lo covered lighters and Us own law lo n permanent separation If that would. book or any name or date. pLies IM THE? SOUTH, BUT we HAve: tLt 1L9A

Season 19O9-1O. friends that she contemplates a \'Ioil ont under "command of Cal>l. George suit." Don't lie IIopeleBHnbout BRANCH OUR OWN OFFICC. ReCORDS

Rates $1.60 per day up. here this winter. trolly, and Us shipment of 120 lon last "%Vhy, jedge, dot's( Jest what wo want; yourself when you're crippled SHOW THAT WB !HAVE:! THOU SAN P8 pF PCrVFECTUY <

Weekly and monthly rate. 011 !Mr. and Mrs. R. Raymond Price of week will\ be followed this week and w o wants de liberty to excavate and go cli|ih rhfiinmtlam or stiff Joints-ofcourse Tlsri'cisial.irm' WRITE <

Shell Bluff, Miss !Maude Kcnnerly of ho weeks following; by 150 Ion thipncnts. lo Georgy-lenslw Ise I does, and Mandy von've tried lots of things and I FoncATALocaje' AND paicEeWecAlj

application.S. Palnlko, Go s Maltox, and D. J. Hcrrinof The company has spent a large would go back Volunln.. How much. hey 1,1olmlllll-lt failed will Try drive Hnllard's away Snow all .. JPt7 C MVt! u t1"N # f. OUR MAlH'r/ruw: ?ld
'S""tAS1-1III(tui tNi. AND FULLY .RUARAMTEen > ,
A. KINNARD Proprietor. Jacksonville and Nathan Mallox,, ol mount of money In perfecting Us plant will\ II cost?" nrhes, pains nnd stiffness and leave LT.I': KrlliW VOUt WANTH.We CASIPPL, YOIA. R ivt 'h

Lake and Park- West Tocol constituted a dinner partyit and It will\ Interest nil readers of the 'Tlvc dollars," replied the Judge. you ns well BH you ever were. .. .: -\c--: '=1'Q; '
Hotel Fronts last week. successful horn it Ideally understood Hold" by A okfirmnn-Stewart Drug U
Grove Hall one day Jews* to learn of its opera- The man w was - --- -- ----
Ci mid J. H. Haughton. --
Pleasant Ilooms d., -
Messrs.! C. A. and D. S. Hogtm of Ion. between the couple, was to -- -

Cosine Unsurpassed.! Morion, Ind., well and pleasantly renumbered OrangesGrapefruit :

..---.....' as former winter Usllors, are ....,.. 55)t. . .':' :'' ,:
.... ....... -- ,....;,..o.'i'. : ; : ...'"r''" ': : > ;'
gain ut Grove lull for a season. For ; .. <;:, 1 -':

M.... H. READ I ho past two or Ihiee years the /MvtSrp. : i"j: : Flon'IDA an.ecrin; s ',' Fl

REAL ESTATE. louih.tlog.m have been wintering further '.' Pineapples

Grosoent City, Flo. \ Mrs. J I.. Overslreet of Gulesburg, III., .. a HUBBS & CO. J'

irrlvvdilh her lalhvr Mr. Brown, on 4'L -i'-, McCORMICK ,

The Howe property-"t'ffM-, ] Thursday of bet week, and us stunt! t 11eq

1 now on the anairkt. heir friends are de-lighted ftolh report -e-en
aunt HII1"-I" Street. NEW YORK.
279 Washington
a plcitsunt", summer and come la us
i'nrtlculsr nttfiill'in ,ilvi>n tiOrescent > In excellent heulih. and spirits lo enjoy -

City propnrty \1I.t.4. i he winter si..a.on. They are at the ? Ii'. ThaCi, i-y Scot. i A Una For the Jail. ,. I

with me. Turner House. :. Ill t II''.. tlU't'i: "t't.,.,t.- I that, 1 woul'l. I MOIIII.lllK's WliiklplioroiiKh I h. II Iionrl8bli.tr. little I II

Ite,'. John II. Da\is nnd till\ incnibirs : III'lHC lI.tt" pelt ltlt'tlt" ii'i'c Of hilt englUe rraorr.. mill during (lIe .on oanluioBt
ee MfW9 I\IY'-'t of the /II"morlaIMelhod"l/ church w. .I'li.iiui.v tin' I lnil.f of Arn.\ll! wits often I\ every nvnlliiblv nioiu Is let at

Ills it iii in iii'liltrnti'\ upon! the mutter In good prlcen.: S
.4 -. :x. SJoc.oer.; : : are deeply grateful lo Mrs. George 11. tliiiliIil| niul lu "",." In tell a c-hnrac- I A visitor to Hint di'llulitful si> ,t InstBongtin
of for llu ol
Portland hattie SIft
l.lbby ( 'i'rltl'IIII.v I !Scottish' story of oue of theifiiihlniiM mis InioivxicHl to oll"'r,'& a pollcemnn -

Dentist. a magnificent pulpit bible.fr.! and Twi> tfliilnta having waited Hounilly. ,'IIITI. dinky youth for et

----- Mrs. l.lbby only recently m rived here IIIMIII tilni mill imkiHl him tu declda tbi soiiu no 1",11'II 11'/1, ltr. n/1.1. curious to

Bealdanm on .'.....P.ot tro trM.Qr.nt for Iho wlnler and brought he( bible qnvMtlou IHHIIU, tlic'iUikf put what ho know tbi' .i-t'iiHo.i. uf I it.. I'tiiiritlHeuientp, ..
Olflr. '' Oltv. Flortnn with them. 'alnnyi ri-triinli'tl IIH II very necessary he went, over to I tlii,.. miniillau/ of the hi

( liivllnilliur.v <|iii'Ktl lti, "Will you abldo penre."What's. b
Mrs.! Fred Stone of Chicago lib ht r :
liy my. /lwnrd1" IK . foiiHtalilnV" Iniulrc .
River bv O "vllr.t' I two bons \lhiling. at Ilio home of h< r .
St. JOh" "Well your grn.-. wee the reply of dl >d' tie vlHltur vu

& Miller Line mother, Mrs. J. L. Muull. on. north Prospect me. ut tup hnrd betided old disputant, "I'd. 'kin* HickHH. nlr. .l.i't IIIIt CfittUlm ) a

The Beach street. !Mrs. Stone will be pleasantly "I'd lIke to ken first what It In."-Lonilmi nt It tlg'Iu, nil' I'll ilvi-- 'lin" n rare .' ot

romembend. by all of our peopleof Clironlcli I good lildln." I

Steamer CKKSCKNT.Laavaa 13 years back. ns will her husband, a "But. why ti hInt }...n ruu blni In?" 0 S
.-- --1-niwdaia- 1'liiim.lH'- son of the late Deacon Stone of HuntIngton. The Other Way With Him. "Hun liii In!" i-i'tni-U'd I HIP |>iiiiin. '

3""uo.\1\ for orw-i (V.rc KiMiionilii'i'. sIr flint .'nn owe xonio- "Wdy. bless ,'''r. w iihi'l "riiniihr' mij- '
allel! m. .
an* tataruy. t anal i>rliinl. ,,,ml w I thug to )'ttu r "nll tllu.'nlS." Htiltl ont body III titus ni-ek. Tinp'llii> .NIHUIIU ,
fautka., VrfIUM tit Olty Perhaps the prettiest and most thrifty |Iletill i ,iI'r i lit II town C'ciuncll to nnotbir.Iluiiipli let for ",": '''!''- ondiin AuxuprH.Mil .

tunatteKfltIpUIg5.teaiVUil1t In town Is that belonging :" mild thi otlivr. "If you .
ski. ," ,, young grove -- -- -- ,

...* i.iait'iyr ad' "'1,10. ". to C. A. Pratt and covering the lot III ne nn.MhliiK I tu jour coiiHtitueutu all Quaitlon.Jiihnny. .
1ey.4 I'rl.I.Y' flu' of his home. The same thrifty appearance c : /l'v,, got .lo lilly IH tbnt you're luck) h.'it l "'"' mi' bite and ilnn'tauk t
.r' '"" '* '.*" rear
L.. Ir' ", 'PI" I not half dozen vott>rs tOn't
is noticeable In the larger! and Why. there are im a thu tier 1111P51 is

r.nai.ifls. 21's" It ...... .,. .. older trees covering the home l premises. THE NEW BANK OF CRESCENT CITY, In my ward but" have taut borrowed "JiiKt onp more, nil' then I'll keep -- '.
pslula a.r ILtld In from me. -Stray Storler. '
Lr"'k" money etlhh.1'I.,
of I I.. S. brick, trtnsnui'd with IrcaiP1l
n under thu care of limestone
Is Is
Tue bntldisig : "
This property OtWflil) lte ,hooril ovei.tber. 1't. 191)9.) floors are of tile 'itt 811I,11e lgD. "Well what In It?
anti lobby
Truffle. MJaofcionvllli' ". : who has certainty done his fullshare ninsuilve itiarble eolnnin. 'I ha vestibule '
CLARK s Is cousin Gorman
E. T. Turner (If tli eorner entrisnee is Pitfalla of Slang. "Whn: relation Is a .
FI... work. Mr. Pratt Is \cry of the bunk awlU. I'. King Its cannier. that fanntlc .
In iho KHowon Is l presl lent lluit (In ladln)-Do you see to a Dutch uncle?

; proud of his grove properly, as well he the bill, appeared dejected lie Tha Judge' Advloa.la over there? Ilo has eat on that No Equipped."I'd f' c

Crescent CityTransler Co., may be.Miss Tho Crescent Tennis club has reUveil' Mill pay : "Jedgo, diit's more dan I con afford Mi'iili-ni-liiK. a fnrKi'i of banknotes corner and lu tbnt posture without never go up In a balloon." sit

Susie. Leo Walton of Palatka and and will\ fit up a court In the north park. couldn't make It a dollnr-anil- I to ..h'l11iIII HiiKllxu: Judge sit Id. "1 cart moving for six months. Traveler "Of course not. Where would you :; 11t
Oreso< nt City Juno- club at the ; you for mercy from America) dee that'. going 195
!.aite ,all trains at Miss Walton of Alabama, At a business meeting of the hold. nut t.o hope II) you ( get tbe .nod-l'bIlRdelpbla Ledger.
her cousIn S. Gowen lasl a lull? nnd I niUHt, urge you to make some!-Chicago Tribune. .
tlon. Nlgbt.trains by appointment. were week end guests of Miss Jessie home of :Mr. and Mrs. C. !. Judge Burton consented and look the I here for another world whereI Bby. won't suffer five minute
elected preald.tit preparation
8. ),(. LABKEE. Manager Burton returning. to Palalka on Monday. week. Dr. lemon was money nflcr which ho asked the man obtain tbnt mercy Little mkida are tamed and subdued with croup If VOlt apply Dr. Thorn .
club in place. of Mr. <;on'cn I hope yon may Electric Oil at once. It nets like Ill
Scott Miller entertained a ol the anti woman to follow him. Ho took which n diie regard' tu the credit of by misfortune but great minds rise l11a lo. -, it'S
Crescent Mrs. Mary D. 1.00.ndsYas.
FOR RENT-My houno declined and Eugene the road and leadIng forbids to hope above It-Irving.
and airy, al- people at dinner last Sun., The them. down lo our 1 paper currency you
City. Eight rooms all largo fire placet. party of young Walton of Alabama reelected secretary and treasurer. them out. Into Iho middle ol Iho direct for liurp." ___ ___ __do. __ __ -- ------- ._ - ----- .-- w'
large open of each
bath room) two day In games
a will\ have practice south and the : re
and conven- club Iho
of Pa- woman
pleasantly Walton he pointed
The house Miss Susie Lee -
furnish.ed. and nt 2 o'clock. Family Connection la Mod.. Te
localed aod I. comfortably Burton. In Thursday afternoon north nnd told ono to go ono way r'--s--- _
lenlly "man
kitchen and detached lalka, guests of Miss Jessie direction "", ..II. yes: we lire related In a way.
detached the oppo-ilto
Has theyoung oilier to In .
Is nlso for afternoon Mrs. Miller gave Plaaaura and Sacrifice.. and the go "By iniirrluKu,, /"
place the
.10.laundry room.W.The J. l'IERI'ONT people a pleasant launch party to An alert lltil'' "'.....r..nr.ohl'n" visit for and keep on going, and never "\ ,.". :My first wife's third husband The Sick Are Made Well '

11-26-tf Savannah. Ga. Park. Tho day was most dellghtful ins n Htv lilt rk with her mother return. Is married to blat wife's second hus
St. Johns the Hit t I HimShe IIH.I notM I b* They followed his directions and appeared band's fourth partner In natilmony.L'hlcngo ."

Hollos of Application lor Tux Deed.NoUeO .WalL..iipurchaaer for a lake party. beanllMI rl'd l and SC bIte B\I'nll (bit IC a.Iho perfectly snlliflcd. Itecord-Herald. And fits Wnk Are Restored to Full Vigor and Strength at :
W. A. Lumber company .
I. hCrShV. 11..n thuS No. Sail.ilut..l The Torrey & Crolly espli, I Ibrmllh III Ih. lII..rnlt'K.and know what Judge Burton of Modern Times. ha
want lo
or ta.,* Uertltaiite hal and modern I ) fin Iho' If you I the Hands of the Greatest Specialists
IheeUi day of em.A.J; ;, ala.hi. .I has Just Installed a largo t..r i HK.tl.Himid protntred did wIth his fee, ask him. I Jastouay happy tM. .f ........ If notbunu. .,.) "
ati oertlflaate hi their pluming mill '" IIrr..r th* Bhopptnll hut Is perfectly bide01' .At* ]rott _"r tmnir. exrtlv* vtimron..... .hfamllhy.i .. u.. ..boot, ta .n
bus Chad deed to '111.115 new plainer In shouhl ..II'P' ""< | IB"II new ....id Ho. ... palfttl. on* to wbo,_
ror tiiS do'r unl.n.ta/.7. to USa iS
: kiiMai ant ll SUM
In..a11cordalI11e liado .ppltc"tlon w"h law 141111t certIltcflieembrare. an.1 will soon be able lo better care for %itt N done" unit Haven ride.sluantir Millionaire Bafor Ha Was Twsntyona "." 0.-a emilIme..I 50,11. title I.,S .... .. cc-pie ..phtM tn 14.1155 ot nl......... 115 .......... tS.
the tollowlnll d".rl..1 Yiort,1a.twttt I.ropttrty dressed lumber. This i lifter dinner they stood (>n The iiri-li, pro'pector of nil times. was |I "It Isn't a bit more hideous than nilue.TOlt'tO i
for The Leading SpecialistsMtr
.lIu.lln putnam DOUnlYi FlorltlI.The the demand tii. '"K0in wntfhhWK Cecil Hliodes.. Wb..o be wits st>vent i>ii { saying nice things about
ov" always
Lot. Ill M Blo fc* extcnslNO Improvementsduring bridge! I Oo.rMUoa b.v. bees lb. i.edlSq apealailnea eLl.Ie hasSI,7.
uitttiiidaiteOt made .. to ihe tubrrruloslssnd Voai eme iir. Hathaway : .
has lait wltb
The:Issuance.at ien 01 .Isule..."b eertllle.W eemoHiud In 'he tIlillieat mill (he post two months, a new bOlitA Mow and lie ILi triad '10 'Itilitleetite be bud orili'reil. .IIIMMI. touched.MIIlllh.rrh'jllif ut hidbroll..r May."-Philadelphia Ledger. T5.l, baa bees dial yeare.I S.sr.r......5b.nth.otoiIor.p.nLu..Tb.it....u ........141.0....... ..... hibtn
o.rlUle..eWI hinter im m.nel at .ttt iS
E. J. K. (4van$. UaIe.a being one. cry of Ibe h". ...... .. .....
& mill .
acrorthllli 1.11 l II1W.lass' ltc11d. over the saw 'row"1 lo Pn'ron"'e llerlierfs, cotton plaiitnllnu I luAfrlra I an good! but tbey are "' _p' .U, T.'r be ',
be ratitseitied I llli lime : :
iMim thereon on the working full lu the midst of thu mtnnil .. :=. :. o '
*. I l. 1110O.tb' this the mills are The \\'nn toitts.httit started IBWflrli( wltb Herbert.was 'i I not tho bust.-Cnrlyl. .........h..h.'......1...'n ord.r,..::\:.,. ,
and oal lumber grows. mother cxi'lteinent. be. 'b.ed. .'
oBloloI algnature for her -- might
my the demand .b"n '' :J':2: :: :f
: .mr: ,, $ IiiO-Ilt1TnHINHOl'l'. better shape to supply lii titling illl\e I\ ilsiai d..lure'l'P" drnwn Into the "new riwli. They Awful. W...thulr nf homantty nave.nme tA Moka tlum foriniiilMllon
(lW.1I! iiiothty 00.. WI" mill Is now In undet t lie hunt shs dh'' nol want claim at Colcabnrg ot SO sbll- ; Mncdoiignl-Ton's an awfu like eight ... '' and aiMltolitaa who, a f.wintht
put nil''" than that took a |
CIsrkClruut Oourl for lumber 1"o"IIAly,, 4c m. utor,have Tntnm04 to toon* In nuirtnulu
By n.or MUtChhtlN'flt, J. I). O. the local market nil and, 8A her mother urged lings. n mouth rental. In a few weeks. to see on thp. Suwbuth. Angus! "a SwItnons > w give them tacit. ._.

any of Us previous managements.Tho 10 go at t.rlb In teuirl." each bald.) a full claim all tbe law I Angus-And whet awfu' like sight All Chronic Dlaeasea 'II

NOTICE FOK PU11MCATION. Malhls Mercantile Co's store, hl'r. broke s1111111.lt. t'ar, wns .0 dltr"rpnt allowed. Cecil Jlhodes set himself to do ye see. :Miu-douirnlT -I. Cured ti:
of Sb. Interior. F. S. Cone) Is doing a good huts pnget'tsi'M, I bnt her the law tn allow one luau to I 1II11..1nlllllll'J'lwre'Ircble, an' hL. Tlf. Datnaway, *eo._aUelirrmte.!.. it.
Department .successor lo liII1IOK I frotH I..r r'rll..r It Utitlishiai get nnd tueu as --:: ;: :'; n"l! :
1\1nlhls i ten t'Z
Mr. untlprMlnnd two claims. Iben lam "m III II' an hnrryln 8a It It war $
rLA.IOVIfltNP business and growing. 11I01 Iter pllu"l own weildlo.l a r.;: ......,. .. ,
n.lI. L..o africa AT GAIMCCYILLI. goods,.. and boatman' call.lie as bo could lay bold of. .a week clny Just. "'
new Ibp
with many
nolh..1 t :;-L. ::1.T1T. : ::
"11I,. ( the toro a10Dgl COlD'alonlll with changing S ... .
1iiJ nrrl..1I1 or f fetal : "COlDe Rhodes keep pace
Hollrm In b..by. given thuS H"2i"1': ;. 'ilj; every ,,'' witnesses the (lilt. Wti' 'rIDg clear round the pond. regulation thnt be returned to England A MbAKTY APl'KTITE' i'' Every Case Specially

Wr.r.: Me Re., flurlila wh"Kntrr..on "a'1"1. SJ.T'Ifcrlul '. merchandise. !\II' !\Ialhls Is away little for hidtes and rnU! at nineteen a millionaire!-Franklin Is what most babIes have but Is of :' Treated .
M.lwrr.! nmil and In Ihls) f l.nl" WTTT", etas.'> by 1>..HaUiAivtky % Orw '
I MumhKr tMlor:; WW .aI ""'1. week buylnll& holiday Itoods. Only la!" Clarkln la Everybody's.Heart no benefit to them If they have .. I. .p-, trMt.>l .oM>M.a" tolt.o....... 'I It
NStun\ H. Town.lilp H. 'sontli. R nMattnniiiiiaai. iioHol .eleci line of 10Y"The Children thrown worms. Be sure yoni- baby la not .11.... .ur..''r....... .u J..I.. 4I
1 "MwMinn FInal has I oininutatlonl HI-.I purchase will bo a shows s wonde I a Fluttering.Undiluted troubled with them. Sure symptomsalways t I;:''':' :.:.,..:,':g.U: =t-.y:: ..
liucntlon U man Broken ,...... .... .. ..
laud "hove shoe depnrllllenl Heart won rings under the .t. th. '. .
to..atal.ltah alnlm' to She .ilteithilatIn. now carriesIhe Her food and gas In the hungry ."| alL fron .paul.vl praMirlpUoaVuwn. ...."
elt.Tlhed .twtor.. lbs Ol.ra, ol the This store 'B" hn,1 And the not raining In weight and .
hrlortda.Oi1 the Sib dcl lot alvance. shoes to her "ntnplp.lon .iiiniich 'iKCitrprl. )just yes, doaea of'White's l>p. t1th" wmr A Cn an-vh.* no ....... '
lit Palatine. Quality "po"ure It nl' A few *
; Into.CIUinuttit celebrated Queen find nothing to cl..r .-*,t. .r.'e .RKnlnali It ann cntiKonhenrt v.llnw comploxlnn. 4i ......U..a.. t4............... &bol, ,
Jontlcrr. OOUlll \ ;
', neatiec. witneSoell of the most popular shoe I .11.. b.d complexIon: I. cnIIP'Ihi pulpl'ntlon. WhKii your heart Cream Vermifuge will exp ... ., ......
*. )( .1"111. I"'orlcl.' women one I..d\e\ : It Im.etlVs .l all It Is a rionltlve cure .
It.tHnway, 01 IIvllr. An In that wnv tike Hr- worms. National I Bank BuildingSAVANNAH. I
w.t.. Rundy.or "", 11'10,1" ILn Il1l\rtl..o ..md.tlnnI.y miublcs yon PrlOrV 2& o..nts per 11P1 flfl :
country. reliable.
In the ppreot d ., Yoo will soon HATHAWAY
I'lor..h..l'lorld" In "
M. "titrlsklMnI 01 I leer will b" ruft 'Ti'seqiiti1l9l 'ihie rori. y line : UUi GA., ,
.1%. Prevctt.tMaRne" FlorIda.ujzhy Olntnlpnt cured me 01 C5i.m& taking 1I\lBrd'\ Hprblne. b.. nil rlurlit. fOj n bottl bottl. Drug
N. enrBR. "D""" Cd iSle a lon liver rPllnl.tor. Hoi 11 hv Ack rni"n-8tewnrt Drug Sold br Aolr..rman-EMe..art
in.alcter. a.'OJ "
that had Oulrai Wits p..rnlKUpnt.- ( Sold bv .ttok.rttlasStsWICI DrtiiCo. Co., and J..II. Baugbtoo. Co..and J. H. Haugnton. ---w---_ .

11m.( 1I1..llh..r.. Comn11.alon.1Labor and J. H IaughtOt1.
:ihamberlain's Couth Remedy Hon. S II tic.. AUi..t.t 11..

0.150 CAMS,creep sad wuJfoptag Caos*. 'rh

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From early morning until we ..close our j
j ISM. by Am.tlon
..""I.tlonI'M Big Store at night, we are kept busy.

: awful tired o' uein Keeping new and up-to-date furniture

I think it wa a pity and givingEverybody .
+ We come Into the money

Enticed UB to the city.
I wish that we was poor

An' back in Pawpaw ,
A-livin' u we ust to when
We was so much oontenter. a square deal, I is the secret of our success.

We have a larger stock of Furniture than
fa didn't have that worried
we ever had, or perhaps, was ever kept
An' ma was never nervous
t :Before we had a chef to

An' a butler man to nerve In Palatka
I'd rather be the way we .

All feelin' fine an' happy,
With simple oookin' such as I
I We suit we can please Our
That never made us : can you; you.
1 store is full of the ,latest and prettiest
An' then the: lugs the girls put !II '
in Furniture. You
think it's awful silly things ,
That Mary Jane is "Marie
An' Nellie is "Natilie."

:But, gracious, they git mad Oughtto
', When I say "Nell" or "

Though that was what they '\ see our line of Rugs, Art Squares Bedroom -
When 'tendin'
they was
c Suits, Crockery, Glassware Etc.

+ We lead the procession in all the many

things that make a home happy pretty

? + and comfortable.
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around the fire With their fair,expectant faces and eyes with light aglow
all ,
the children gathered
eve retire. They await the anxious moment when all of them shall know our goods means to us that you will buy
the probabilities until they must them. W cordially invite everybody to

Thanksgiving Who is to be the favorite of fortune and whose choice '
over from in and
the fateful wishbone, kept : come see
Is to fulfillment fit to make the heart rejoice.
traditional sure bring .
to light and broken in the way. ,

=:;:: -.-: ;;:-- The Many Good Thingswe

fore tbe startled young tuuu vuuiu inn
CHRISTMAS In a word. He couldn't understand come out of your deal rather badly
have. You will find the prices right
why so rich' a man as Truesdell was I I Van Ingen stammered. ,
supposed to be should agitate himself "Not at all," declared the other radiantly as we have bought our goods at right

over his business. What was amiss with a final wring of his one prices, and we sell them right.
BEARS The Idea was DO Irritating that be time rival's hand which, made him FOR CHRISTMAS
found a trilling consolation In the wince. "We were bears. The lower
fact that his wooing had gone no further the price went the more we made. We Haveadded
GERALD PRIME. About a million Is the figure."
Just then Goodale returned, and Van Van Ingen smiled feebly and murmured By ELIZA ARCHARD CONNER
Ingen felt It due to himself to learn his congratulations.
1909 by American P.... something of the condition of affairs. Copyright. 19OB by: American Praia to our large store a splendid line of

AMoeletlon His Ideas of business were exceedingly Christmas. Allocution goods suitable for Christmas gifts, and are
wall having It out with her vague, but be nerved himself for
It was only a few days the undertaking. Sine And holly all resentment now and mistletoe from your heart; WE something lash our brains new to to chase give our up adding something to our big stock! every

kS k Christmas, and she should "Mr. Truesdell seems to be unusually 81ns; the accessories which show friends week. Watch us!
at Christmas. In
excited today" he began. "I And In this joyous day have part;
k'R been at peace with herself : can't help thinkIng.something must be Sin I' help to him you fain would wrong like manner they lash their
THISK rr. AWFITL mankind la general, but she up." Lift And up good your to heart him you In Joy would and song deride; brains to think of something to give
She bad been telling herself "Something Is up," Goodale admitted And sing the Christ back to your,,101.! us. We say to ourselves, "KIch old'
Them days I knew a lot o' particular day that as soon as qUietly "Wheat Is down." I ELBERT SiLERMAN. Aunt Rachel ought to put up some- Fu AI Gerber & Son

That I could play an' fight came home she would put "011, I see," said his rival, with a :, THE CENTURY PLANT. thing handsome this year the old cur ?
An' swap my marbles an' my before him In a light so con dazed look which belled his assumption mudgeonl" Rich old Aunt Rachel In ,
Or go an' stay all night that he would be brought to of Intelligence. "Mr. Truesdell her turn says of us: "I suppose those
It Blooms, Say Florist, Every Twenrtyfiv.
But now that I'm a rich he bad been a little too ar has been dealing very heavily lately, to a Forty Years. beggarly nieces of mine will send me Palatka Florida.
i There'd be a great Her scheme bad not worked. I believe." some fool trash they themselves can ,
"Very heavily Indeed." Goodale "The regular century plant said an make and expect me to give them gifts
If I should with beginning to realize painfully
play any agreed promptly. expert In floriculture, "is not a cactus. worth times much. f'=JrJ'Jr.laOl..lJI'JI: :If'Jrt'rJ.:1I'J.1t1.I: : UTa yjrrjjerzggaaa'mrga-
forty as They're a
her bad
Beneath my lofty ,tation.An' effort to gain point will be bard bit. It belongs to a family by Itself. It Iina
In confirming her fatber In his "Many people very nuisance. Every way I turn there'ssomebody
a largo, broad leaf sometimes two or
now that Chris'mus time that It was a man's privilege "Very hard Indeed. expecting me to put up a --
Van concluded that he had three feet: long and several Inches
r" Ingen Christmas present I wish these hungry
In his house especially
An' Santy Claus is comin'I own ,
solved the He thanked his thick where tliey branch from the cen "
problem. the ,
p of It was his only banger on were north pole. a swvnoarroow
I doo't see how he'll git in woman laonaanlrmacoati o a Btlefgo amnooma CDccm >
a girl of twenty, who could informant, rose languidly and proceeded ter. There are two varieties one the The whole scheme of Christmas giv \ ,.mJand a.'sasaa.'r., 0t8An0aC7080t7.77a a G19 700txn1C119Ba0la0nrrr!
t TTnlsss it's through the to know her own mind to his club Inwardly grateful tbat variegated and the otber green. The ing baa been perverted. till It now rI nrDC
J Inroad o' chimneys we have Y'W know perfectly well," said Isa he bad escaped a terrible possibility.; only difference Is tbat the variegated means only one of three things-either Home-Made
Where 'lectrio currents a Dual heroic attempt to has a white stripe along the outer edgeof I I barter unwilling almsgiving or tip
An' I guess where you victory from the Jaws of de While he was eating his luncheon a tbe leaf. Both bloom every twenty- ping. Servants, deserving or otherwise [UKSMITH'S; Candy n
fires Jack and I have been- man whom he knew emerged from five to forty years. A stock perhaps ; poor relatives, charity societies, 9
Your Chris! urns is a fizzle. : good friends for a long behind bis. paper and came over to his eight or ten Inches In diameter shoots people too lazy and shiftless to earn : ..) for n
only reason be hasn't spo table."Bcantly. up from the center to a height of 8f- comfort for themselves all expect" >
Santa. Claus on the It-to you-Is because he baa panic In tbe wheat mar teen or twenty feet and around this something The effort to fill these expectations Christmas Presents
la the larger American cities until he was In more of ket," he observed rather dolefully stock cluster small blossoms. They-are causes a drain that makes uaua Iino
years Santa Claus baa come to to do so." "Hope you're not scorched Van." neither pretty nor fragrant They were most people look forward with dread aauu and the Holidays. \
ty well known to everybody It's mighty lucky for him tbat "No money to play with, dear old formerly supposed to bloom once In a from one Christmas to tbe next Seven
his hundred years. out of ten Christmas Butter Cup, Kisses Taffys Mixtures eto Ppedal" prices to all tag!
quniiui tbe I tnwlnpss streets to postpone It, declared chap. I've just left a man up to presents are
"The nearest thing to a century ,h Church and Sunday School 'Xmas Trees. We carry a t"UUne ofHuyler's uti
: two or three weeks preceding testily. "Romance Is all eyes In It-Tom Truesdell. Know nowadays forced from tbe grudging IB' -
I ni4ib. Tee Volunteers of for those who can afford It, him" plant Is a night blooming cereus. It Is donor just because the receivers "ex Specialties and Peter's" Chocolates vs.. '
jranljii-d, by; Balllngton Booth doodale doesn't belong to "Well, rather! the other replied "I a cactus and blooms once In about pect" something. Mortal mind can SAO}
of the Salvation Army supply I pay him a fair salary have just dropped a cool $10,000 In tbe every twenty-five years or so. The sink to no meaner level than to "ex- anim and other fine Imported goods. French f'rystalized Fruit Nuts, &c. aatn
CluuReH In considerable be earns It. But I don't pit. If your man Truesdell bas been flower Is large very beautiful and flea pect" a Christmas present nuno!' Hot and 'old Drinks Ice Cream &o. Cigars.! 'I 1 obacoo and aa tn
) The traditional chimney Idea heexpects me to accept him equally out of luck be must be looking a delightful odor. One plant may have yet with aU earth's gIvIng'there Is elegant display of high-grade Brier Meerobaum\ Mpes. III
to practical ny... A member of How could be ever forward to a rather gloomy ChrIst. several blossoms, but each flower lasts one thing nobody ever thinks to bestow nu "
? unteers rigs himself up in : for a wife as extravagant; as mas. It means millions to him." only one night unless It Is some man or woman fi L A SMITH Lemon Street,
,', Kringle (costume with long .. An hour later Van Ingen went Into "There la no such plant as a 'century I usually a woman wbo has been tried 00 au Pal_tk Florida. :JI

ing white beard and fur a little money, and hef'may the writing room and penned a note to cactus.' The cactuses that many have In all ways by sorrow, hardship and ''''''"LIa' a1a';] !\ p1'8ppg'07;] : auuuuuolutretaaLI.-! !:i -' ud41uJIna/NLlnandW'.j" : uc'
sUiiilB beside a miniature lucky deal some day," she per- Mr. Truesdell to tbe effect that some mistaken for 'century cactuses' will affliction, who bas looked on this ia o0 noavacncnsc ccnsscnlsrla ar srittorcrnncslsgxrr ccroctnsnrlorae.
o', the sidewalk on top of spite of the forlornness of ber unexpected and Important business bloom In four or five years If kept un world's treasures and seen them melt
large placard requesting would compel him to forego the pleasure der glass or about seven years. If not away and has learned there Is nothingIn -- - ..-
r drop In a coin to help send mean that the young man of a further discussion of the contemplated In a hothouse. Because they are so them. To such a true sweet, tested
down the chimney with a big to gamble! In wheat he asked alliance. long In blooming, 1 suppose, they have soul has come the full knowledge e
man dinner for the poor or On Christmas eve Goodale and Van been called 'century cactuses,' and the that the only Christmas present worth ee e.
shoes clothing or other shouldn't he? You do, don't Ingen met face to face on tbe street name has been handed down until It Is while Is the one the Christ Child came e es e. .
city unfortunates. The latter would have passed withouta considered tbe proper term for them. to earth to bring still the Christ
Truesdell snorted Impatiently. sign of recognition but Goodale They bloom yearly after the first blossoms Child's gift Is on the earth, 1,900 years The Rush
Christmas Family retorted, "I do not gamble. A grasped his band and greeted him cordially appear. They are just an ordinary ) < after thp-boly Nativity. It la to be Forte.:
+ > To Papa-Remember tbe risks hIs property. I never cactus, but' they have a pretty" had by every buman being It in.' the
Santa'! Claus to keep It boly. I know how tbe market "I am afraid you people _must have fragrant flower,"-Seattle Times. most precious offspring human being
To Momma-Don't worry because I make the market. can either give or receive, yet In our
modunes] randy getting on the a difference, Isabel." 10 called Christian world today naught
run t'lirlst'uua cornea but once to desperation, Isabel played is so scarce as this one thing. Christmas Gifts
odd, ''Jp stores will sell you a trick. "Tbe man you want for What was It the Christ Child came
rug uu.i day. ," she said, "Is no better to bring? "Peace on earth, good will
To Miss Belle-It Is not DO<' He has nothing but his to men I" Down the centuries the tidIngs
'tnuj under a bunch of distinguish him." 01 of this priceless offering Dave ;, is always greatest during the days immediateljr '9
;you look at him the rlgbt way. <1 sardonIcally "If I want : cift sounded, and they sound still, but now
To Little Willy- Jimmy Jones because Santa "I am well enough off to af For weoks the atmosphere has come iu while we have more leisure ;
bliu .ii rnnnnn. Neat year you I grant you Gerald Van In- I been confused and lashed with the to show the .
a IHiippearlng gun. (It will very little means, but he has vibrations of Christmas baying and : you
tu; ulerlously shortly after that the Truesdell family I Belling, Christmas scramble and ex-
to make a noise Kith It, and good deal more. He has posi pectancy; It Is overborne and heavy Thousands of Beautiful
mamma can explain) with the awful weariness of the Christ
To Baby-Be good, dear an empty makeshift declared mas makers Who has fine to send '
let wbo will be clever. I forth the glorious gift which to the Articles '

very brainy I suppose," very foundation stone of Christmas Itself '.
Old Folk at Horn admitted. "He'll be all the -peace and good will? '
A good many hundred manipulate on tbat account. How would It do alike for those over- : we have been getting.tot Holiday Season..
lars have been shipped home to to appeal to you, Isabel. ] t' taxed with giving and those too poor
for Christinas, through tbe made up my mind yet. I h to give anything; at all simply and
foreigners employed In Ingeo la coming to lunch quietly to bestow the Christ Child's Beautiful Vases and
year probably because of tomorrow, and I shall make a I I) 9It gift on all mankind? Aftef presenting
rate of wages, the banks him. He certainly euaht'to. r the few material gifts one really offers
busier wIth this class of things for ns socially." !, 1 for the pleasure of It, bow would It do Bric-a-Brac
than usual The bulk of tbe ,; was punctual at Trues- to make everybody around ua happy as ,

to England and Ireland. on the following day. As we can all day long, being cheerful Mantle Clocks, Fancy Gold and Silver
most of this and and
money, none the busy place he found merry, loving helpful to every
parently 10 poor or ragged very disquieting to his member of our household, thinking not Handled Umbrellas, Sterling Silver ,
she has not at least the Tlipc machines clicked clerks at all of our own deserts or disappointment Ware Novelties In great variety,
a pound sterling to end home tlug perplexing: fraction *, but giving forth joyfully the and Hundreds of Beautiful '
old folks. best that la In us-If, widening and
and there was an up- .
unfamiliar to the young softening our souls, we would weed Gold and Silver
Faoacks) For Turkeys. ears. All at once Truesdell from our consciousness all our pitiful Noveltiesthat
Peacocks formerly took the little grudges against others and Infold
turkey on the Christmas table. Into view lIed ,visitor almost and overturning without even those we dullke most In the loving can't be mentioned in the space of a newspaper I
thought Christmas tide? advertisement. Come and
Easily Explained.A apology shouted In a voice .. see ns. ,

Glasgow cabby once bad peculiarly disagreeable: In School, We are sure to please you ..
Inverness minister and Qoodnle! Get a move ou and 1o Teacher
an -Bobby, give me a sentence
Ha bad to drive them ypu can-10.000,000 bushels to In which the verbs "to set" and "to
poorer district of the city a cool head man." lIt" are used tforrectly. Bobby-Ths W. S. FRY :.
t reaching their destination tbe given his commands United States la country on which : e:
to bis visitor "You'll have the sate I
at the same time handIng sun never and OB which DOotbet'
asked ) me,1' be nld. "I expected a country ever sits. .
legal fare : -Judge
but the bulls ore ou tbp' The
"Why are there so many poor Leading Jeweler
In this city cabman?" and I'm having the fight of ,aN 'r # 0 Grind HI. Own Mea.1. !
doodale will be back present
"Pa what is
Jehu looked bard at the a
he'll tell all about It. Come P ALA TKA. FLA.
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minute before be replied: dentist my ion, la a man who x
and I'l blow to that .
"Well. alt> I'm no verra sure; uses other people's teeth to fees himolf. ,
Me, malat o' tbe poor folk -If I bare money enough left "Nor' would I U I could dUolv the melancholyThat ."-Boston Transcript. -

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Our Prolrr.s.i'r ..l9W' NORMAN PEASANTS.Their ..,. '
J2SfSSS Announcement ? : Bread U Made In the> Sublet bythe. 'l J J'I .

'Ve want T : Coming To Town. For A Show Two A.1l.To Compl.t.I'erferwtncee. ) Men. The City i

/ IItlrl'ollnding Thai Good. A .t'armer'ivlt to The north of
country to see this ., ,
shoW' i 'Va have done magnifIcent ,
style our part well -' Franc may do a good part of the heavy '
this spared no expense* pains in our efforts to With the advent ol Spring and Summer work about the farm, but she never I I
for Men's
gather Press; Exhibition thboys latest and best in each year, comes the Merry Tented think' of making the bread That In I
Our Spec1a1Sale continues every article for men and Show, with It. kaleldoacopla review of man's work, Bud It In carried Oil not p
to Christmas amazing wonders, tho trick elephants, 1s
la the kitchen, but lu tbe stable.
'loliv clowns, cute, cunning ponies, wild ,Drug Store i
The Norman
eats aatonIshlug
peasant tin
Our beasts, beautiful horses, the
Celebrated quantity of bread lie has Ilt-
High Standard )and toy balloon venders, and the
thousand and one 'delights of Ibe groat tie ulna-excVpt: elder-fur bill break. ,I' I
Guaranteed American tented .!'ow.1111.. every- fast and supper and It Is a very ,1m I' J ,

t Clothing thing new. but the name and title Shows the portent '.unrt" of hla. noonday uieaj.'asir I J'i t ;'. I, '-: i x J atq I II
Sun Brother Great Progressive
is of I the IlAwcst Ollt a..d latest uiateriuls and ia trash from the are to exhibit In Talulku kith.Matinee andeight And U. lIuch''qUeer' looiling brand as'It ,j IIii?' prepared foil Holiday Shoppers this year' 'as, '"neveri ti. ,

beat tldlrra. Our celebrated Penult Brand Pant are of the !The': on show Saturday will arrive Doc. her by special del' The "loaves" are us round end l as ''I before, and itiJ Block is new and complete. Here are 5 '

y latest cut and palely yellow us the full moon They: ? of'the Articles' which excel
pattern. railway train service la Its own magniflcently :; ;;: some we .
ar often three feet In circumference
60 foot length railway
Full cars, which equipped are conceded by railroad and eight or ten-Inches. thick. Soelnarone I'I both in QUALITY and PRICE: ,

Assortment of Men's Hats Caps and men to be among Iho lineal ever used bya of.them for the Orst- time, you
show company. The public la .cor-', would be likely to take It for a huge i Perfumery Comband Brush sets '
Furnishing Goods. dially Invited to.be. at ,the, depot and choose. I .
await the arrival of this beautiful rolling X71'
Breadaiaklng being only a monthly II
-'--- stock equipage. I Toilet Powder
occurrence lu a Norman household, I the
Wo have ., The dhow uses all water and< sunproof ,
Shoes for Men operations must be ou a scale of con I
tenta, these pavilions are all new
and Women Our $a.50 Patent erb and of the latest ornate build. A par. slderabla magnitude If tbe family supply : ,'f
Lenther is strictly up-to-date in lloulnrily, pleasing Innovation with this Is to be-sufficient to Insc fur four : Sachet Powder, Fine Stationery.:

Btyla and guaranteed not to show, is the introduction of the new Illuminating weeks. The dough Is always mixed i'I'
i, crack. system, Tim, biit: lvrUti,, and la a ,certain, inclosed, space upon the i
--- the surrounding ezhibhloagrounds are floor of the barn:: ; One of our leading Specialties is I
brilliantly lighted with. Electro-Calcium At ,other times <:cats dogs and poultry i I I
generator, which afford the finusllllht'' '''enjoy ; I
Dry Goods ; the' freedoiu of this space -
ever used for similar purl'08011l; cim be ''when time Hudnut's and
but brpnduiaklng comes i Perfumery
i including Silk t truthfully said, that night la turned Into I ,J
k Dress Materials\ these are evicted and the Boor Is
I Trimmings, Millinery, Skirts, cop day.Throughout Ibo show 'Is one of'The '' .wept-let us hope' very thoroughly. !
Jackets, Capes and Shirt t finest equipped in America. Two complete 'I' There Is no dough pan'"or trough ,I Toilet Articles..
Waists. 'performances are' given dally. Tbe flour and water ore poured together .
} Matinee and night. Iwo and eight upon the floor and the. farmer i The ladies of Palatka and Putnam County all know
\Ve o'clock. his hired borers bent the.
:: guarantee satisfaction P and sons or
or .
refund The "Big Show" programme as arranged mass Into the proper consiateney'wilts : their excellence. T., :.r
your money. for 1909,"Is -' In conception
There heavy', clubs widely flattened at the
and merit. are\over fifty I i : rv !.r4 '
4n of the ends until they look something like ..
KANNFP.Lemon Street male and female artists acts -
l nil costumed roughly shaped snow shovels. Then ''
highest calibre gorgeously For the Men- e.,
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Palatka Florida. and skillfully executed. Comprising a lamp of raven 'added, find the
acrlalisllc "thrillers," acrobatic and mass Is given ten or twelve bourn torise.
Magnificent New line Meerschaum & Briar Pipes
gymnic displays bicycle exploits, pantomimic ''' ." : ,I
oeeenet+n! eeee ,eeoetMOt+t9et+fteeeeoeet'>,+f'+ '
t9tneneeeeerMent oddities, marvelous educated animals ,
eceeeMSnetsreeneneertM ) Next It must be kneaded u proecnu. *
polite vaudeville specialties, and which Is accouipllBbrd with the fevt. and Smokers' Supplies, with choice. line/. ,, ,of,
spectacular novelty ideas. Then there :Shod In heavy sabots or wooden sboi'SJnot .
are "Nero" and ""Hero the man-eatlrjo; : '. ..".}
Notice to Contractors.Office lions, the troupe ol' Military and Come. tbe everyday shoes, wlik'h.nre' I I Cigars in Boxes'Suitable .
dy elephants, the dancing camel., Prince ': painted black but made. of nU8tulne,1'whltewoodtb. :. :', ::1
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Tiny, the smallest horse on earth, the .. men leap Into the "
Putnam County, Florida. baby camel "Macon" and Its mother midst of the dough. They ]jump| about i for ::1 I

GAY BROSLeading Pnlatka, Fa.| Dec. "th, 1909. and Princess Hula, the only genuine with agility; they stump and kick the .. .t ; '.'
1 Sealed bids for the construction of Hindoo serpent hypnotist with a caravan spongy stuff! they dance clumsy Jigs 1'1'
a Steel Bridge across Dunn's Creek or of huge performing serpents.At ''fu It, tbe stiffening dough, clinging", Christmas Presents. ::1
Deep River, located near"Croes Creek," 12:30: will be offered entirely free tenaciously to tbelr Ntioei. I It Is thohardest I .
will be received up to noon on Wednesday 1 to the public, a aeries of gala out door :
of hard work requiring! I
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January 5th, 1910. Said bids to be shows These free displays art of a i ,
Grocers of East FloridaOur publicly opened nt 2 p. m. on Wednes sensational and diversified characterand durance ns well UH .strength and before c
day, January 5lh, 1910. must be seen to be appreciated. it Is time to stop more (bull one ;:
Prospective bidder. will obtain plane of the men will bu staggering to And '
and specification in full detail at this No Port In a Storm fro lu the pasty mass,_lboroullh!). vxhaasted. 'i Our Prescription Department. .-The Best. Special'. ; "

stock was never more complete than now office upon application In person The most duugerouu of all places I attention to out.of. I
HENRY given 0wn-or4ers'J
HUTCHINSON Clerk. when a thunderstorm rages Is probably The dough Is allowed to rise a sec : ; J :

and new goods are arriving weekly.A 2 Scaled bids for the construction of a powder) house; consequently/ It Is ond time la again soundly beaten with 1't
the pile approaches to the above Bridge a rule In explosive works that all tbs the Battened clubs Is then put Into )
few of our specialties : will be received separately and openedat workers shall leave tbelr "house" nttno great round pans and baked lu the '.1
the same time and place as above. approach of a thunderstorm. Ho massive brick oveu which stands In
:Prospective bidders will obtain full fur all Is well. But very ofteu when almost every Norman stable,
Ferris Hams and Breakfast
Bacon particulars upon application in person at the. thunderstorm has passed and tbe 'The bread which results Is llrni, close Jr-Hn HAUGHTON B
this office. la texture and rather dingy In "color :;
men return Had tbe cake
Genuine German Dill Pickles, opeu pressessevere '
explosions have occurred. The sweet, but dry and decidedly pnlntnhloeven ,

Olives Pure Olive Oil. Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, reaitpn' of these accidents la that In tbe to those, who have seen It made ,
Putnam County, Florida. process, of tnanufneture brnck powderIs As the month .draws to a close the ./ ,
All the leading brands of Cereals, Palatka Fla., Dec. 9, 1909. placed In tbe cnke presses la alter outer crust becomes so thick and hard Store el
Scaled bids for the construction of a Date layers of powder and ebonite. that It can only be penetrated, by a City Drug \
Vermont Maple Syrup New Buckwheat four room house for the keeper's use, This acts aa nn electric pile. Jnst like saw kept for that purpose tint this
and located on the new highway bridge horny shell has Its use for It keeps
tbs of and disks of cine ;
Graham Whole Wheat Rye Flours.Pillsbury's across the St. Johns river now under pile coppers : Palatka Florida. h
with which boys amuse. ,themselves. the Interior of the loaf fairly soft and i I II
construction, will be received at this I
several months.
Gold Medal, Obelisk office until noon of Friday, December When tbe pile In disturbed the electricity fresh Tenth's sometimes Companion. I : __ u ht
24th 1909, and then publicly opened. "sparks. rind tip 50 building '

and other Brands of Flour. Prospective bidders will obtain details workers) and all.-I-oudon Answers. ..- -. - --- -
and particulars upon application In per t
son Ihisloldce.l' How Mooa E.... Swell Steak
Also the of Imported Delicaciesever a "Could I sell you an Imported Persian .
largest variety HENRY HUTCHINSON Clerk. Of all peculiar sights 1 think that ..
cat for 1.000 ventured the cut
brought to Palatka. Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court that of a moose eating 1'f'IIs\ themost and dog fancier.
Putnam County, Florida.Pihtka extraordinary. The neck Is so multimillion.alre
i "What! etclalrned Ute
Fla., Dec. 'I, *909. abort and the legs<< are. so long! that the In surprise. "w y. 1 Just bought krt 71
animal kneels lu
usually eating
Sealed bids for hire of one bridge tend. j i. f5,000 bulldog from) you .the.other
It does not attempt It often

STORESLemon very
BOTH er will be received at this office until day." I : JOHN
noon of Wednesday, January Slh, 1910, for crass Is. by no uiraus a staple I; "Tea. but I' thought'ytu'd want a T. BOND
and then publicly opened. with It. but Ten a inoos likes a ;
] $1,000 cat for that swell bi.lldog to I II
of diet. The
Prospective bidders will obtain details change appearance j
The West End in'I'I chase. You surely wouldn't allow a :
Street of service required upon application in this huge and awkward creature I
person at this office. this devotional attitude la not only Interesting ,I 1 $9,000: bulldog to chase a common cur. .

$ PALATKA, FLORIDA -HENRY HUTCHINSON- Clerk. but 'laughable.-Nicholas.. would ynu-rltblbUrl I'rasa, ... : Sells Sunlight at Night .: .:

IncranuBeviEwj .. Bond wants to sell you .

aterwlwossrwlnl.. ,....., ft q' HS N A s //stiff FtMA7lnOjpMC, iunoe'3LIOHXKV I a Lighting System t.i L

y *&**rr\ I :. up your ''h
stt A ,. yt e yO ww, .. Hall, Hotel, Packing : .. : wad

., ;: .JP .houses, Banks. Mills, ,P OttC

ChurchceBarharshope) .n'
.: 'V. I. A. Halls, etc :,. m

Homes Everybody fa/ ThfHo lamps positively c

., give the service and .
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eF; 111.EdJLl 1dl ; J o,1f4f last a lifetime at Jo ,: of
CTp ADE .MARK? per hour'' for running

Dwellings built to your order expenses Ili ca
mil ] AZlI ee :
a. We want to r
And sold on the f a put you a t' ,
in a plant right now
I or Library Slips will be accepted in full for subscriptions to
ip : Write "

Easy Payment Plan. The Palatka News, me Auf, a Look at us.our us. .cc


If you want one, come and see me at I or for aubacrtptioai to standard. .magazines or for oooki. Catalog(; lent for 2 cent stamp.J :. Lamps eza.

1 Canova Build : and ask others : i"
No. ,
at office
once, my ; Library Slips are FREE .
about them.
ing. Office Hours: 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. ,
A H Library Slip appears In each turn of iliii aewepaper< : Clip. out; and save It- .,4paet0 : Light up your place : nil ,
also combine It with the Library Sllpa packed with. the following bau>.. (

F. J. Cunningham. | bold products kith aSunlight p pa

I Araoufl ffOO* >ntl Para, Kara Kink HO O.Iiuctil rN"yJs
1MU.Armour' ntl alt H-O Product : Lamp
Potted sad Defiled MMU Coffee end'teas '
AMrpICAM 0It rman>Anirlcmn i 4t roe
Armour' Star asked Ufatm Uolilea KKK U.a,>roul,, NuuOU.,
6 eYE"] a Armour' of BcArmour' flpighctU. .t r.REYtt and be Ill
dVS :!Ia.trsou.oheoe!Seat HHdi. Ucorlo Putllleixnd JujubMKHO : ,
Bc fB.oner .
Armour's's to cream Powder .
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Chloride: UmlRMUOvr '!T Icum Powder
$ )Iooner lye Dry 'mnfeemnt) Mr fan saris Ho Mine Ud*DmilUK Meat Come to our Store for all kinds of Christmas se

.._._ ... -k Dendlorp...l.ler'l' .(Acm.Royal.Pmuul Dutch)Rutur.Bortdller'I Cocoa. Pro Pompvina phyt.e. MwmncCrera*tle Tooth Brti.he '!m : Goods Dolls and Everthlng Use. va
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:;;;..,,:;;#::11:;;;._._.... .- ." .. : Bur Boucln. llwrrinr" (Kioarlag boap) r
r \iJ. Olum.llulling VuaUui'l(Orlgiuil Powd.r"Itcmby Sbnd. Cue, .ut i'(:tunny'U lu.0.Monday.." UilUX(Laundry buuMbotd Heap .....) Men's Shoes, Ladies' and Children's Shoe. Il'

\ Q :. Gent's Furnishings, hats, etc. ., rnn
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Manicure Sets, W 'wy Save Library Slip Likes 'Pennies .:* Dress Goods, Ladies, Misses and Children trimmed Hats, a .

it'j We are showing Ladies aud Misses Long heavy Coats at .
'! On. Full Library '!Up' equal" One' C0nt. Fractional l Library a bargain -just

-'. r Silver 1lt Ng. Slip equal fraction .f one teat Add (faction to make Full', Library Slipi. J.OO Full :. think of getting a long, heavy winter coat for $2.98 value eo
\t : Brushes Combs, Mirrors, and I ,'I M rG I I Library Slip have an exchange:: value of $1.00. Commence collecting-day cutting out .: $5.00. pr'

I" % the Library Slip la this advertisement. and learn bow quickly Library 8Kp: > can be ....eI. Our line Of .f f.50 f Shoes for Men and Women is t6&a eshl

for Gift INSTRUCTIONS ariagysurLtbrarySlipst .. this :. best'that money can buy. ., e, go
Novelties in great variety J JjR ______ ___ Newspaper Office, our Local s
n Kidemptioa. Agent.* Write plainly, In letter form. : Send tho children to see our Toys and Christmas egoode +r 41e

of exactly what tubtcription er book you dciire, the

Purposes. A wide range pieces Send Scentsstinp.for :. We are positively selling goods cheaper thou any house : u

I.e ,'It Always I VALUABLE LIBRARYlStIR: SAVE! THIS : in Florida. Come" to as for Dry Goods, Shoes Gents :

t at all Prices.i vl: /> trade i2 1rtttnd Bank Cffl .picture Cliriity,Girlwilh :. Furnishing etc. Yours truly t4H e-

lw t '"'" yI,n f1J .. __T .. .-...w IlJlt" I catalog and,.
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J The PalatkaNews FLORIDA VETERAN mi1 -

IC;;_ f .- and Advertiser. e 103-YEARS OLDDies I The ,. r a / .

in Delaware-Was Oldest
; city fiappcnltiflj)/ and $ Man in That State. .

Personal tntmlon. $ Knox Hat-

..%..-'% % % % *.""% %.%,-%..%.-%.... Cnpt. John Downing:, said to bo tl a I
r oldest moo In Delaware and I veteran 01 1i r 1 kvsw vorury t '
Additional local Items will bo foundon i leader "sQ
lusldo four wan, died at his home In Little recognized as a everywhere f (

pages. Creek on Tuesday of last week. He 11 I! can be fouud in Pa ti ,,' ,,,,, '"
A. A. Harden of Hampton was. In the was active within a week of his death.
city on a purchasing visit Tuesday. Copt! Downing was born In Philadelphia ]latka only at

Now Begins I Rev. B. F. Green of Grandin has been July Ho ?went, 1806.to sea when a young man and _J S\pr! meJ :.tyte jPCI cctJri.Qua1.t! y
I popular visitor In the city this week. acquired a rare knowledge of the worldIn

t F. S. Cone, a prominent capitalist of which he lived for one of that day. I. B KnOX Ht;
Crescent City was In Palntkaon Monday, At 26 he enlisted in his drat real war, rown S
I and bin service soldier as follows (
ns a was
kadas Qj
Thos. E. Bridges, state convict contractor ) 11l 6yJ < : Oi f }) 1

We Are was a visitor in the city this Creek-Semlnolo war In Florida, term tod70 d e
Ready.Do week. of active service, seventy days 1832. The STETSON HAT js also yeaXS] ,i
Mrs. W. S. Mlddleton and children of Mexican war, 1843, full term of enlist '
another of leaders. ,
Pomona were visitors In the city Wed. ment. our 0

Your Christmas nesday. Crimean war, 1855, three years. u_ '_ _"
Civil war In the United Slates, three I

lar W commercial B. Alexander man,Baltimore was In ,the a popu-city years For and several nine years days.past Cap! Downing; We Are After Your Christmas Trade .
this week.
Shopping Now. has had a pension of 112 a month from
Sheriff Kcnnerly leaves today for the United Slates government and In
v > 1 lower St. Johns county on I deer hun August last It was Increased to $20.. His and have many useful articles from which one may make .n.
1k of several days. wife has been dead sixteen yeaJs. They 1
had no surviving children. Capt. DownIng selection-articles that have utility and hence double value.
Our store Is crowded with 'Xmas Judge J. I. Wimberly of Inlcrlachen has a sister living In Philadelphia
was erecting his numerous friends in the twenty his junior. We a.fow of them beginning with the
f Gift suggestions. Each department has city Wednesday and Thursday. years name .
e t its share. Thousands of useful and sub- Mrs. Robt. L. Gibson and children returned Miss Howard's Wedding. for 1
Crawford Shoe Men. 1
to Palnlka last Monday from The announcement of the marriage
stantial 'Xmas Rifts can be found here.A their home at Ocean City, N. J. of Miss Sophie Howard and Mr. J. V.

few of the following suggestionsmay Mr. and Mrs. Renfroo of Macon, Ga., Walton of Palatka, will be a pleasant They have Style and Wearing qualities.
spent Wednesday in the city en route to surprise to the bride's friends In this
help you out in a selection: Cuba on a business and pleasure trip. city. The marriage took place at eight: 1
o'clock last night at the home of the
Contractor Smith Is making rapid grandmother, Mrs Charles T. Gibson,
headway on the new court house. The In Palatka. The wedding was a very e Silk Hankerchiefs in Special 'Xmas Boxes.
Special Boxed Handkerchiefs. walls are already several feet above the quiet one, witnessed only by the family B a
top of the cornel stone laid a week ago. Howard e
and Intimate friends. Miss was
Beautiful line of Neckwear for Men and Boys.
Tho Ladles Guild of St. Marks church the recipient of several pretty prenuptial
Ladies all linen Embroideried Ildkfs (0} in

Fancy Xmas box, (0} for. . . ,. I 150 d made oyster J80 supper by In the Loeb sale,s luncheon old store Wed.and parties.The pretty young bride Is the daughter Elegant.display of Men's Silk Lisle Sox at 25c pair} ..

Other fine embroidered handkerchiefs at 85e, COo nesday night. of the late Capt. Halton Howard,
resident Dress Gloves
who for many years was a olGrahamvlllc Fancy Suspenders,
k 05o and 75o each. J. It. Green of Frultland and Laban in this county. She Is a 1m
Price of Mclrosc members of the county charming and attractive young girl, all :
very Wilson Bros. Shirts In Styles
Childrens Initial Handkerchiefs, colored borI CM"" school board, were In the city Tuesday and her friends all over the county wll

dera, 8 in box, per box . . . **41 attending the meeting of that board. be very pleasantly Interested in bet
Mrs. R. F. Adams and her sister Mrs wedding.The -
r Ladies Initial\ handkerchiefs, fine, sheer soft
lawn, linen finish, each . . . I UB week at Crescent City guests of their business man of Palatka and he and hit I
father, lion. J. H. Harp, and their sister, bride will make their home In that city CHILDREN'S SUITS.We
Mrs. L. Eaton. -Ocala Brnner. II

k' All linen initial Handkerchiefs at, each 15c & fcOC W. C. Dodson, of tho big Atlanta to be of Concrete.The .
i printers supply house, Is in the city this have a specially Fine line of the Celebrated Kuhn make of Suits' .for the I
15c week, having coma down with his new rectory, or priest's residenceIn ,
Mens initial Handkerchiefs, very fine,. . I daughter.In-law, who Is a daughter of connection with St. Monicas church, little boys. They will please the mothers as well as the boys. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Yclvcrton. the contract for which has been let to
$, F. J. Cunningham, will be of reinforced i

All linen at . . . . . . . 25c Kelly G. F.of Bullard Hollister of McMeekin and Lotus J. M. concrete, and hence the first buildingof
oWJ are going to Its kind In Palatka, and one of a very
on the Indian river, next week to shoot few in Florida outside of Jacksonville\ I IN MEN'S SUITS
Boxed Hosiery for Gifts ,, ducks with Oscar Ostcen formerly of and the larger cities ,
now residing at Contractor Cunningham says thai '

a q, I liDO Mr. and !Mrs R. H. Roble whose recent when the people see what a really beautiful lill j Our Leader is the Celebrated GRIFFON Brand, hand-tailored, elegant in fit, finish
I Pretty Lisle Hose, 8 pairs in box, per box I I marriage In Macon Ga., was announced 1 residence building this is to be,
In this pAper,arrived home on : and what a saving it secures in the one f and fabric.

Other Fine Hose at per pair . . . 50o Tuesday from a short wedding visit in : Item of insurance rates, that there will
Albany, Valdosta and Jacksonville. : be a demand for more.

Silk Hose at per pair" .$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50' John Mullein the post office fruit who H. D.arrived Atkinson in the of city Thomasvllle on Monday, Ga.,,
itJl I dealer has the habit of keeping in stockat comes to take charge of the concrete 3 The Clothier
I ] s.
all limes an attractive display of fruits, building for Mr. Cunningham. L'I. I
both homo grown and from a distance. 9
He will have an extra fine display for Judge Hocker Weds. 2l, Palatka, Fla.

M Fancy White Aprons. the Christmas trade. Judge William A. Hocker of the Supreme Imnrmn'mmmmnm' I
Gov. Gllchrlst has telegraphed Sheriff
l,"! Court of Florida was married
Kennerly to hold a negro wanted for Wednesday at Roanoke, Virginia, to
There ie nothing more appropriate burglary in Clinch County Georgia, un Miss Mattie Norvell Glover at the homeof
111 the arrival of extradition papers. The
the bride's mother. marriage
s The negro Earnest Charles by name, was very quietly solemnized, after which I. ';"
j than a beautiful Apron. l lr WPS arrested by the sheriff several day Judge and Mrs. Hocker led for Atlantafor $

a few days, and will reach Tallahvs. .1
Palalka Auto and Supply Company see about the tenth of the month. They p Holiday Hints | :.
They are always useful. ; //I\\IWe \ has sold F. W. Kells of Wonderland will come to Ocala for Christmas, and I Rowton is
\ Theater, a seven passenger, 50 horse will be guests of Judge Hocker'i son and -- -- Ready
power, 6 cylinder Mitchell automobile. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William .
have a large selection at 1 1'j
Mr. Kells already has a fine touring car Hocker.
r.i i of the Ford make i Judge Hocker, until he was elevatedto : I wish to cull. attention to.
i the Supreme Court bench, was a rest fc: my especially fine assortment ==: i For Purchasers
The Wonderland theater will give a dent of this and still holds his cltitenahip gr; of Holiday goods including 3 Holiday .
: 25c, 35c 50c 65c and 75c.I } benefit enteualnment for the public library here CIlYr way. coming home to IE Fancy Neckwear,
on Friday evening! Dec. 17th. The vote on all questions He Is one of our 3 with a larger and better
; libraiy needs the money, and as It Is a most distinguished citizens and .hll El Handkerchiefs ==
oesF most wor.hy public Institution the library. friends here offer him their moot cordial SSS:: for Children, Ladies and selection than ever.
F association is hoping for a big attendance good wishes, and will\ be delighted to C= Gentlemen. == t I
I at the theater that night.! welcome Mrs. Hocker when she ,
r Beautiful Linen Drawn Work. I Mrs. G. P. Yelvcrton is reported as ly. te Ocala to visit.-Ocala Banner. f- Dolls, Decorated Crockery == :;t" See nay stock before buying presents for :
Inn at the point of death at her home on g- Shirtwaists, Skirts,. ==
ji:: This class of goods always make an acceptable (;: North Third street, with little chance cf Will Establish Poultry Farm. everybody.
:: jCombs, Barrettsfc ==
recovery. Her daughters, Mrs. Dodson Dolls Goods"Christmas
present. We have a large variety of beautiful dek Toys, Fancy
H. Finley Tucker fit Bro. have sold
of Atlanta, and Mrs. Mlddleton wellas = and a general line of rift == .
signs, and have marked the prices especially low. other members of the family are with the I. T. George property In Palatka tr: goods, as pretty as you'll' find == :;t" Cards Calenders and thousands of
her, and the sympathy of all Palatka is Heights to G. M. Ferguson, late of Mul C= anywhere in the city. other things. I 25c to $5.00 each. with this anxious family. berry, Polk county. ,Mr. Ferguson Is .
It Christmas shoppers should not fall: to going to establish poultry farm on the E The Name-On Umbrella 3 Special Discount to Sunday Schools. q qCHAR.
look over the advertisements iu this and place, and this Is a business that should, C=:: also make an appropriate :;t" t
'" win. The demand for frying size jgs present. Yon can get them ==:
coming issues of the News Palalka
We Have Thousands chicken could never be fully met in Pa fcl only at this store.
merchants who have gone to the expense latka, to say nothing of the demand for 3 E. RQWTON
of space In this paper are the ones .
of chicken pie and eggs. gj: May Manton Embroidery ==: j
other article that we might suggest. Among who have made special efforts to caterto

I them are the following: your Christmas wants, and they have Street Fakirs and "Sich." jgs and Braiding Patterns lOc 3 PALATKA. FLA.
the goods to "make good" f
every prom- The very latest designs. j 3
ise contained In their announcements. There Is a very general opinion on
Shirtwaists. Skirts, Dresses, Fine Tailored Don 1 M. Domlnicl of the extensive the street that the authorities of the city -gCome and Bee the goads ==

&t 1 Suits, Dress Goods in exclusive pat peach growing firm of Hutson 8t Do- of Palatka are making a mistake In issuing --- ---
terns Kid Gloves mlnicl of Brooklyn, has been in the city licenses to street fokl.-men who -
; Belts
several days this week. Mr. Dominici set up shop over an goods | Hattie N. Buky.
Leather Hand Bags, etc. sates that Mr. Mutton and himself con- box and who sell cheap jewelry and $ ,
other worthless trash to those who are -
template home In Palatka
; to and from; their big peach orchar -, taken in by the fakir's palaver. EE: Palatka, Florida.
daily. Fnla.La people will The whole business looks cheap.. It Palatka's New
IWe also have line of give
I pretty b these popular and progressive young Is cheap." It's nothing more than 'skingame. mmmmmmmmmJ1UU {

I ., Dolls, Comb and Brush Sets Gentlemen men a warm welcome.A The city gets $5 for the privilege. Hardware
of females Store
i Smokers Sets Choice Cut Glass troupe gave a minstrel Business men who pay rent and who
performance of the Howell Theater on
'; Pillow Tops Fancy Bags Monday night. The attendance was are honorable have and do a kick.legitimate business of- Come Inill! !
right to Many
fairly good, the audience being composed a Will be open for the Christmas Trade with a
them I
and a variety ofII almost en.liely of men. The "The are doing so.should to the selected line of
News mayor put a stop specially
was not represented In the audi-
I issuing of licenses to fakirs, and.skin
ence, but a party who was present stales "
.hat the women composing the aggrega- game operators they say. Decorated Chinaware Cutlery etc.

1 Hon were not over-endowed with natur- Cobura's Minstrels Coming. General Hardware Crockery
Shoe tal or acquired glds. The aj®atlon: ,
Department. left next day for Crescent City. Coburn'n Minstrels have been bookedfor Sash, Doors and Blinds. I
II Era In Wcllhorner a most estimable one performance at the Howell The ,
This department is now complete. \Ve ChiI young man employed as accountant at ater, Friday night the 17lh inst. Manager '
good line of all grades for Ladies Misses and .he Wilson Cypress company's logging Coburn states that he has provided' Wm. TURNAGE f

dren in low and high cuts. All new and nobby camp at Stokes landing, died In this city an entirely new company with new ,
at an early hour last \Monday morning of songs, Jokes and specialties Lemon St, Old Loeb Stand. iriasmagmavmcnmraclinu t
and the right.
styles, prices are
tlrJ. icmorrhOTlc: fever. F. A. Gerber&Son There is but one singer retained this u .
inVdMmed the body and it was taken to season from last years company, Mr.
Come and take a thorough look through our M his former home, Ft. \McCoy, for Inter. Ollie Coghlan. In new songs, and who $$ $ $ $ $$
meet Mr. Wellhorncr was a tremendous hit both professionally ._ ,
resided .
make formerly -
various and
selections -
--- -
departments your early. for a short Arne In this city and was highy and personally with every patron YOU ARE INVITEDto :

I esteemed by all who knew him. He! Possessing a remarkably clear modulated call and look over onr arrivals of r tmgaan.faagntraalalt tr emoa tugmarr
leaves a wle who wall with him during tenor and clean distinct enunciation he
his illness here and up to the time of his I. at once a pleasing and popular adjunctof HOLIDAY GOODS. Santa' Claus Headquarters for 63 Years
this Week.For death. Manager Coburn's singing party, ''her include the latest novelties of
which Is the strongest he has ever car. Neckwear Kid Gloves, Scarfs and
The Fight Called Off. led. Robert C. Hockett the magnificent -land kerchief a, also a beautiful line of The H. --
I 31 one week beginning Saturday, we will give I basso of two years ago has again land Made Articles appropriate for =
you some of the Greatest Bargains in Comforts and Sheriff Kconcrly served notice Wednesday returned to Manager Coburn and will be hrUtmtu remembrance DREW

Blankets that you have ever had. We will not : the promoter morning, and on the Henry negro L.principles Mlllep heard with the company here. An inspection will prove docicledlvlolitablewon't &W.B. co.

I: quote prices? here, but come expecting bargains aud ."' In the sparring bouts advertised to take low One Doctor Successful! YOU make ItT
: .
you will not be disappointed. ONE WEEK, i.tkra.1he6 place In the Howell Theater Wednes- Treats 1'neumooia. 45-49 W. Bay Street
day night that the Jacksonville Fla.
contests would not ,
"In Dr.
be permitted to take place. treating pneumonia says Miss Kate L. Lucas.Impure .
The W. J. Smith of Sanders Ala., "the ,.
parties Interested protested thai
he only remedy I use for the lung ID I.Chamberlaln'l Your
contests were allowed In Jacksonville Do Christmas
were highly moral and that no Cough Remedy blood runs. yon down-
would be killed While,of course, I would treat other aitkf-i victim for
one the sheriff was yea an easy organic -
obdurate. He said that he could not symptoms with different medicines, dlswaaet) Burdock Blood Bitter
I: have used this timesn Shopping With Us
object to prize fighting contests In Jacksonville many ">urtfl"s) the blood. -cure* the cause
and that mv; medical practice and hay yet uild
they could pull off all > you np.
of them there ailed to find a CMS'where It bas not Mall Order
they wanted but that Pa- Facilities Unexcelled
controlled the trouble. I have used
alka had reached
point of degeneracy
I' myself, has also wife for FOR SALE-TW'o horses In good
where as my con Unlimited
publlo sentiment would Assortment of Holiday ;
sustain him In permitting brute coughs and colds repeatedly and I dition and carriage. Call or write 109 Stationery
t fight, that he didn't think he nlggeio wouldbe most willingly: and cheerfully recommend N. 11th St. Palatka,Fla. JI-32t: Books, Late Novels, Bibles, '

Justified in encouraging the assembling it as superior to any other Purses Leather Novelties Goods'
of the thug or bum element, sure cough: remedy to my knowledge." ''FOR SALE-Fine.Jersey bull c-'i'; 2 Fancy
218-220-322-224 Lemon Street. 10 gather on sued an occasion) in fact, For sale by Aekerman-Stewart month old. Can be teen at lock yard II Cut Glass, Hand Painted China
that he knew the people were much Drug CaSee ol S. J.Kennedy, Palatka, Flo. 12,3 tfRegalrtew.the Framed and Unframed 'Picture Toys, Dolls Games. &0.
Herryday block like himself-the didn't want the e hllllon Graintrer roe groceries. Best Inn '.: L i KODAK ,
zy and HE WOULDN'T ALLOW the en.,.. Prices always reasonable. bowels promotes Photo" Supplies. Golf and Tennis Supplies
5r rr TO TAKE PLACE. clay ...atatufitl-movetnenrs( cures con- I v Sporting Goods.
Sheriff Kennedy II.entitled to thethanQ FOR SALE-Two good'building lots atipMloa.d3oan, '.. IteRolot Ask Furniture ,
of the people of Palalka for his ear new waterworks SeU cheap Apple your druggist for them. 25 cents aI"X I OFFICE (Sectional! Bookcases.
order, to E, WUdiscb. 11.5-U .
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