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

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SERIES VOL. XVII, NO. 51. ALATKA, FLORiDA, FRIDAY._ DECEMBLR 2-4, 1909. $1 Per Ye9r.!"

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". .: ; Io.AIIAIIIM: I A Matter of Pronunciation. ST. JAr.HS CHURWIRETAINSPASTOR. ENGINE PLUNGES .
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I I A conductor and a brakeman on ,U t .
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'., Montana railroad differ.. lo the prop DR. STEEN'S HOME INTO RIVER "5-
': or pronunciation of the name Eurella.Fnsiwnfiera .
\ ;V ; III''' often startled upon arrival Rev. H: Dutill Wiii Continue to

In BuyingPresents at thu. stAtion to bear the con But Prompt Work of Depart Serve Palatka MethoduU.Olkcr From Or",n Draw of Buffalo

1't, ductor yell: ment Prevent. Seriou. Bluff Bridge. Y '
"You're liar! You're liar!" Damage. Couuty.Appointment!.

And then fromlua/ brakt>man at tor Tho alarm of fire at 12:30 yesterdaynoon The Florida annual conference: of .the 't ROYAL ?:
other end of tht car: was caused by the discovery of Methodist Fplsoopal: church south In Engineer and Firman. Co Down With

"You really are! You really oral" fire In the homo of Dr. A. M. Steen on session from the Mlh to the 20ih Inst., Engine! but Eictp With_Slight

Everybody's Mngnzlue.Consoling! Lemon street. Inclusive, adjourned on Monday nllb'l Injuries. 4
It seems that the tire had ttotlen a one of the last act. being! the .'
: start' In the framework surrounding the appointments to pnutorates for tho coming Atlantic Coast Line locomotive No. BAKING POWDER
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I chimney leading from the dining room. year. 923 went Into the river from the ; :
Thnl wan touch<< mint loa gar m. Mrs. Steen detected the smell of sjev. II. Dutill, pastor of St James draw on Buffalo Bluff bridge about open. 1 Pure ;
last nlgbt .ald the cneto.r.Oh smoke an hour before and was therefore church in this city, whoso return was o'clock Saturday morning and is now on Absolutely
aald tbe dealer. the lookout. About 12.15 sho unanimously requelled,woa reappointed.
run nlougt" on wa.lftNSiflg obstruction to navigation to .the south delicious '
most ,
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Makes the finest
"You will forget It br the tltoo you the chimney when sho was attracted Other appointments In Putnam ,county opening of that bridge. '

pay for It."" -Buffalo Kipre.. by what appeared to be the roar were: Freight 'train No. 212:.!, north bound, ,, biscuit cake and .
of flame. She called Dr. Sleen and Crescent City, Rev. John H. Davlc. renchcaV draw about an hour alter i
J Use they soon located Ihe fire, and tried lo The conference also decided that Crescent midnighron Friday and engineer W. It. ., pastry;conveys to food ::
Judgment. Fam. put It out without giving public alarm. City was of sufficient importance Price interpreted the bridge tender to lhemostbealthlu1 ol
Little Wltlle-Whnt la fame ,a? They saw the danger of .that course, lo constitute a single charge and It was signal that everything was safe The .?- .
Pn-Fame. ray "00. Is a ladder with however, and the alarm was given, therefore cut off from the Volusla circuit engineer then proceeded with hi. train fruit properties

.I Buy something. grease on each rung.-C'blcneo News bringing a quick response from neighbors The Crescent City pastor will lo cross the bridge, and on roachtag tic' .II
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-- -.--.- and the hose company.( Tha fire simply hold .two afternoon services a open draw the engine and tender plunged .,, .
wife In tbe bond ot was soon put out, and with the mini month at. Fruillnnd. The conferencealso .
.. Useful and The Ab.VRHtnlnn Into tha river. The breaking of tlio ,,
you the honnpTHAT. mum of damage decided 10 give $100 a year to tho coupling Iron between .the tender and
Dr. and Mrs. Steen have a pretty support' of the pastor on this charge. .the first car prevented several cars from 44oJu4pFtiY I
home, filled with valued brie.a.bruc and Itov. J. S. Collier has been reappointed following the engine over the brink. I
Are
I sure to get costly furniture and works of art, and to the Intcrlachen church, and Rev. T. Engineer': Price of Tampa, and Fireman : '

ill these were saved from damage L. Z. Barr to Melrose. E. D. Guest. of Green Cove Springs ...:
In yourmouth through the care of those who directed Another pi,'eacher whose career \I. beIng '
went down with their engine, but escaped ,
( Something watched with interest and whoso 3J/
the work of putting out the fire.
la a Aside from Ihe ruin of Ihe pretty wall success Is pleasing to Palatka MethodistsIs with struggle but in slight the injuries dark waters.after a The desperate --- _.._ "-- _.._ _.- --.- -.----.-----..-- ----.. .--.
BAD decorations and Ihe tearing of plastered. Rev. R. O. Wright, who .took up .the '
colored brakeman who the
Appropriate. SURE walls somewhat about the chimney the work last year and was "..0.10 Cocoa asa at the time leaped to was the bridge on and engine "PINK" cox is SPECIAL STATE ;j
-- SIGN damage is slight, and fully covered by supply pastor. Mr. Wright has met. sustained whatever. .
insurance. with. remarkable success, and the bishop The bridge no Injuries lender claims that he was UNDER? ARREST ATTORNEYHon.
TASTE Dls'frdered: Dr. and Mr.. Steen desire, .through .the has reappointed him to the Cocoa operating the draw In order to allow the 'j

News, to express their sincere thanks to charge. steamer Frcd'lc Deliarry' and Insists .
Liver the fire department and all who assisted Among former pastors of Palatka, Rev.R. that the accident was not pass duo to any I Charged With Intent to Murder Robt. W. Davis Will Act

Ie laving their home. L. Honlker goes this year to Seffner, carelessness on hi. part.Engine C. A. LeHardy. as Such in Tampa Murder ,
Rev. F. Bell Is changed
near Tampa; J.
No. 923 weighs about 80 Ions Mystery. -
She Was'a Bit Bashful.' from St. Petersburg to Dade City. Rev. and now lie. in deep water. Sheriff R. L. Kennerly returned from .
Besides
having tbe most 11 r. Pert 1vel')' diffident. man was A. 1,. Woodward goes to Aucllla, and The work of clearing the track was Blackshpnr., fin; on Tuesday, Inning; Incustody The Tampa Tribune of Tuesday aaYSI
Rev. E. !1. Gates goes to Slarke. ".. P. Cox of "Colonel Robert W. Davis will
act
Beautiful line of the unable to ,prevent himself being Introduced begun soon after the accident and trains Carrawny charted aa
Rev. Edward F Ley has been reap- were running regularly the following with assault with Intent to murder C. A. the slate's attorney in the Plait murder j r
Famous < one evening to a fascinating pointed presiding elde. of Miami district morning LeHardy, county surveyor. Cox Is best case. This was decided upon after ?4s
; young lady, nho mlnunilrratandlng his of which Palatka Is a part. Cnpt. Geo. R. Spalding, United States known by the name of "Pink" and is a Judge Wall had called the Colonel to I-
name constantly addressed him ns Mr. One of the most Interesting appointments engineer<< on Sunday issued .the follow- young rnnn of some 25 or 30 years. confer upon tho matter, Said Colonel i
I Kirschbau'nand Peters, much to the gentleman's distress considered from a stolen Ide viewis ing notice of the wreck. navigators: In the summer o( l')06) he got Into the' Davis afterwards: t
Finally summoning up thecourago .the appointment of Rev. Dr. Andrew "United States Engineer's Office. limelight by being fined $100( and costs "Judge Wall put It up 'to me thai I

u ho earnestly remonstrated: "0" Sledd, president of tho Slate Univor- "At about 12:55 a. m., December 18, In the circuit court, or six months In jail, would be doing him. personal favor to
don't call me Ptjgf*. Call me Teetl" eiryto.h"; oastorate of the First Methodist the locomotive and lender of north- for defamation of character. The complainant net in the case I told him that I did
r "'\b. but I iTt: know you well church In jaci-.u" .-:vllle. Dr. Sledd hound train No. 212, Atlantic Coast was. his own wife, who subsequently not care about tho appointment but If it
was only ordained an elder (the highestorder obtained a divorce. wns any favor to him I would accept. ,. -
Mr. LIr>c, went Into- the open draw at the .
enonnh. Peters said the
youugIncJy In the Methodist ministry) at this south !l"or at Buffalo Bluff! bridge. About one month. ago Mr. I.dlBrlly, Now that, I am In the case I will do all ,
ops\
J blushing aa abe withdrew behind conference. He Is one of the most elo- who had been in In to the
The obstruction is tjjircly out of sight doing some surveying my power represent state prop-
;;f Schloss her fno.--Loll don Telegraph.Fourfluehers. quent and scholarly men In the south and dangerous to pasnfniT"-bouts.( \ :: All the Carraway section, was being driven erly.

. TOIDAY0.cou lie Is a son-in-law of Bishop Warren G. boat should use .the north or right openIng '0 the railway station by Will Bryant.It "Colonel Davis Is one of the ablest .
Candler. going stream."GEORGE was dark and when In a particularly lawyer of Florida and It Is certain that jI .
will feel better almost "niin a musician! Sneered Tete de Rev. W. F. Allen, a son of former up R. SPALDING, lonely section l 'the sharp crack of a rifle If any legal mind can clear away the

, Clothing Veau. "Why, be decant know the difference county commissioner W. D. Allen of "Copt. Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army." rang out and Mr. Lei lardy feittho .sting mystery enshrouding the murder of the fl i ,
. immediately, and still betterToIVIorrow between a fugue and a eym- Fruitland, and a young man well known Engine No 923 is what is known as a of the bullet In his chest above the wish Into Mrs. Mary Platt, that the right man .
, : phony." in the southern end of the county, goes( "copperhead" and Is one of the newer bone.With 1ms been selected by Judge Wall."
we have ever had, oar lo fcarasota.' and most expensive locomotives on .the the (fore streaming from the gapIng -
"Iteallyl" cried L'Olgnon lifting! his The delegates to the General conference A. C. L. The work of lifting the engine wound, Mr. Lei-lardy jumped from Compliments a Former: Putnam 'a

stock Furnishing Goods. THC: CINUINC: .... the MED X on brow In shocked amaze.An are: I. S. Patterson of Tallahassee, from .the river bed will be an expensive the carriage and tearing a rail from a County Man.
Hats th. front ol oooh MOkOQ. mntS tholanmuro boar later they caught each eta.t I. P. Hilburn of Sutherland and L. W. and tedious Job, ncccssllalln nearby fence rushed out Into the blackness .
and Shoes wasnevermore and ...! of J. H. ZCILIN. tbe difference Moore of Tallahassee.The the driving of much piling from whichto of the night In the direction of (the The action of the recent Florida Conference II
CO.. on Iho Mdo, In RED. In the clab Ukvary 100000ac
complete.Our Irc..IByman'a( missionary movement get a foundation on whlch.o. work gun's report, but the assassin was too of the Methodist church In removing I
rOM CALC BY ALL DBUCCUTS.' vp.-Hew Ofleana Tlmei-Demo- conference for which is to beheld
a hoisting apparatus. Divers who inspected swift for a man In his weakened state, Rev. W F. Allen from Tampa
Holiday business ---- -- era to in Dallas Texas, February 19-22, the locomotive on Tuesday report and made good his escape In the fastnessof I Heights church to Sarasota, Is tbua commented '
will be represented by three prominent that the monster lies on Its right side I in. the forest.Staggering. on by Tho Tampa Tribune:
"_ promises to be the LoQloal."A laymen from the various districts Hon. 40 feet of water. When raised the engine back to the carriage, Mr. I "The surprise for Tampans, however,
For Sale. S. J. Hilburn of this city leads the delegation will be lightered' Palatka and Lellardy ordered himself driven with all comes in the appointment of Rev J.
have dtoeaee should be attncked: ., It.
we ever from the Miami district. Dr. J.
greatest placed on the track of the Florida Soutl ruble to his home in this city, where a tdll'arVllson of the Hyde Park, and .
y. .. ..' source. M. Jackson of Miami and W. P. Morri summoned.. ReV.. F. Alien of the
,, enjoyed however we Chicken ranch good house 9 ern at foot of Main street.. surgeon Tampa Heights
Then If a manu disease. I. hereditary son of Moultrlc are the other delegates.St. With the assistance of n megaphonethe churches, to other charges. The con

have prepared for it corns, stable, a hen houses, ,1 I euppoae you'd doctor= kla father wound was located. The bullet had gregations of both had confidently -
incubator house. 16 miles for It. ear"-Exchange.Aa : James' Methodist Church. Will Winter in Pomona.The penetrated! his coat and just missing a uwaiieJ and expected their return and to .
and... vital part 01 his undershirt had plowed say that they are disappointed, despitethe
H. DUTILJ- PASTOR. Danbury (Coon.) Evening; New
!< from Palatka clay road. 2 across the non-vascular cctodcrmal layer fact that Iwo able succeed
the birth of Itrtng cTearurea at very men ,
For the Hen and Little ,Next Sunday begins the new Conference of the lImit Inst. says:
of skin. The wound was pronounced them is to this disappointment
express
minutes from store.
flrat .
postoffice are III .hopen, so are all Innovation has returned
The
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1.s yenr. pastor A of 'ten Danbury and New Fair.
M'e' party not necessarily dangerous and Mr. Le- only mildly. Doth have worked well
n-we can furnish which are the blrtlui of Urn.Itacon. ..- conference and will hold the
(from services
,
Sell ; field people-will to Florida the )last
.
cheap. go hardy was encouraged 'to go to sleep. for their flocks. Rev. J. R. Cason succeeds
"presents-useful and as usual on the coming Sabbath. of the present month In company with But the fact that Mr. Lellardy was not Rev. Wilson and Rev Smith Har- .
'r' [ 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school. the Rev. E. H. Byrons, pastor of the killed docs not In any way mitigate' the din succeeds Rev. Allen.

. appropriate ones galore, M. R. KIFF, When a boy gl\... tin deter lb. biggest 11.00: m.-Music and sermon In harmony New Fasrflcld Congregational church", seriousness of the offense charged to "In Ihe case of Rev. Allen, the congregation .

part' of nn pnle" you may gnmbta with the day. I who has in the town of Pomona what he IMnk Cox. It was an assault with an intent had asked for his return unanimously
i:7, : besides tho necessities that Palatka, Fla. that the big part lias a worm bole inlt.l'hiludephta 3:00 p. m.-Junior League. Is pleased to call his "city of refuge to murder. Me skipped out.' through the entire volo of the
6:30: p. m. Senior League. from the rigorous winters of .the north Sheriff Board of Stewards
make cold weather % Record.\ Kennerly got busy. He wrole at the last quarterly
7:30 p. m.-Preachlnlf; by the pastor.heatedIn and who takes refuge there every \sinierwith to sheriffs of all neighboring countiesand conference, December 7. At that time

comfortable.' How One Doctor Everybody welcome. Church I his family. Into Georgia, sending a description resolutions were drafted citing the need
FOR SALE. Treats 1'ueumoniii.Successfully cold weather. The party will be composed of Rev. of (the man wanted. of his continued service here and the
Monica and Mrs. E. H Byrons and Miss Edna Last week Cox was arrested at Black- good work done by him. No more
"In treating; pn"umoniii, ,"aay" Dr. Christmas at St. Byrons, Mr. and Mrs Marshall Treat slier, Ga, and Sheriff Kennerly notified' popular pastor or more efficient one has
U- W. :J. SmIth. of Sanders, A U.. "the The services for Christmas day at Si well and Miss: Ruth Treadwcll, J. S. with tho result above mentioned.The ever served the Heights church. During .

Four room collage, lot 50x100! for$650. only rmiifdy I use for the lung la Monica's Catholic church will consist of Knapp, Robert Chattcrton, all of New preliminary examination of Cox his pastorate, he hn, endeared himself -
Our $20 50.00 cash and $8.00 per month. Chamberlain'. Cough\ Remedy. Masses at 6:30: and 8. and High Mass at Fairfield, and Mr. and Mrs. James Milk was held by Justice Marshall yesterday to all whom lie has met and all feel I ,
Nlco 6 room, 2 .lory residence, lot \Vhll. ,0' con PIe. I would trent other 10 o'clock. At .the latter there will be of Dnnbury. They will ieavu New York afternoon. and he was bound over to sorry to see him leave.
.
75x100. Modern plumbing. 130000. nyinptom. with different medicines, a special musical program. At 7:30 In Wednesday, Dec. 29th, going by way 01 trial In the circuit court.Howe' "One hundred and thirty members t
GuaranteedSuits I have used this remedy many times the evening there will be Benediction ol Southern Plnc, I"N." C.and will go directto have been added to the church. lie has
Twelve loiS North End best vacant In my medical\ practice ,and have yet the Blessed Sacrament. Pomona This town Is .evenly.(iv< organized and been a member of tho
Iota In city, $400.00 to $600.00 each. fuller! to find n cn".. whern It has not miles south of Jacksonville and Is said Great London Show. best male quurlctte of the city and his I

\ Seven room, two story residence. controlled the trouble. I have ueetl First Baptist Church.W. to have a delightful climate. Mr. Knap This big circus and menagerie gave work has been evident In every department -
Modern plumbing, $1500.00. It myself, aa has ..1'0 my wife for has already purchased property .then two highly creditable performances In of work. Rev. Allen desired to
P08TBK' PASTOR. ;
Seven building lo be sold In lump, oiinxhs, \ .and colila repeatedly. and I C. and II Is probable that other members othe Palatka last Tuesday to largo: and appreciative return' since his heart and soul has been .
$2,000.90. > uxmt willingly\ nod ehoerfully recommend Sunday School nt 9-45: a. m. party will Invest after .the arrival nl audiences, and during these per. In theO at this point, but the Conference

worth'more--- Nice residence 4 rooms, good location: It im superior to any othercouith Preaching H:00 .. m."The and 7:30 Birth: p. m.Mornloll' of. (that place. It Is located In the peach, formances even Christmas shopping was [ has decreed otherwise He .
$1,000.00. r..m..dr to mykno..ledg. Subject: pecan and orange Ask to see them. 20 acres hammock: land 2 acres clear. For isle by Ackerman-Stewart Christ."" Evening Subject: "The Excuses. many New England people make the little before noon came the bigStreet that thriving town will hear one of the
.
cd 100.00.FOR Drug Co: _________ place their winter home. parade, with an imposing show of best speaker and greatest workers In
$ Jr. B. Y P. U. at J:00 p. m.
Genuine Cravanette TOMATOES have about IS bushel fine horses and caged animals, clowns, Florida Methodism. ,
SALE-Nice S room Residence) Sr. D. Y. P. V. at 6:30 p. m. .
bands and the
for and steam caliope bringing
modern Lot 100 150 01 green 'tomatoes cooking pickling You cordially Invited to attend arty.. Have tried Grainger'! up
Improvements. x :bend ordemto are you ever gro the mean The parade was valuable as an Work of Citrus Exchange.America's .
rcady.
Raincoats $8.00 one of Ihe best home. In the city. Hart purposes Gibson, now, East Falatka.. 11-34-2t.; or all of these services. cerles? Finest and fr.sh.t.in the etty advertisement as It showed .the people

Worth $3,000 to close quick for $2,500 'they were not to bo Imposed upon-by a orange crop can almost _
i. to $25.00. cash. P. J. BIOKS. 10-23-lf.. -.--- cheap show. What animals were exposed supply the world. 1'lurldu: comes In the
market with than _
more oranges she
"Yoo. can't put water P. J. BECKS, to the the parade view were of the clean public. and In healthy open cages specimens In. ever had since the great. freeze, 5,000,000

them Palatka Florid. -the tiger and lions being partlcu boxop. Louisiana conies next In the
through ,
market the first time in
$750 many years,
larly sp. Then .there were five elephantsand
with 1,000,000 boxes. The
j Let us know what fY camels and the crop in
you as many strange Puerto Rico Is I IYoik
unusually large and
New
LOST:-Overcoat Sunday night on monsters attracted much attention and ,
'wlt.ntif it's for a man, Lemon between 4th and Ills streets. favorable comment. has been getting Porto Rican

have it Finder return to Eo,T. Holmes and get F, O.. B. DETROIT. The ring performance was one of the oranges for several yearn, Arizona haa
full blush
we a of
reward. crop Irrigation oranges,
Finest ever seen In Palalkn. The Eddy
Enblock [ showed wonderful acrobatic eighty .loathe box, forty 'lo the half, box.
family
", If you don't know what 4 Cylinders-Cast finest In the world, perhaps, except the
Feats" and were roundly applauded acd
Grainger ha. built up a big grocery Bahlan. Mexico and Cuba
you want let us! suggestwe Horse Power I he little Japanese acrobats were a close nre appe..lIlia -
luslnessl! Reason Is: Fresh good at :20 lecond. with a surfeit of oranges, California .
don't mind. owest prices. See him. It seems sad .lo mention has raised her t'
Should .
this wonderful show visit Panlka '
inch Wheel Base regular crop.'bere will..
100 they
go-
.
would
II be
again Instantly I.
Shop Early--It's to Nice par O orglii Vane Syrup lized as worthy of general recog-- New Orleans Slates.. It I Is the condition _
put up to .nlr-llKht c*>a>, :2 I>i Ib*. ISo; 33: inch Wheels patronage. let forth above that makes It necessary _
&> Ibi. :3Ro; II Il>.. 70o. Gufirsntfied. to I for' the lorlda orange growers to organ _
your advantage. bo absolutely pure .and fresh at A. Selective Sliding Gear Palatka'a New Citizen.The ire When oranges were scarce and
Oralnger's Golden (late Grocery r t 'lorlda's[ the finest that grew the grower
arrival this city of Mr. and Mrs. received profitable prices even If the
Magneto and das LampsIncluded ohn H. Roberts and Interesting family iiethods of growing, handling and martellng .
_
.
,f people Is distinct and
young a vnluaI I were slipshod. But conditions
J? ilo addition to .the business and social :hange and the Florida orange business

Ire of Palatka. nust' be put on a sound business bnsla or _
A Bargain Mr. Roberts and family have just mov1 i ial :he State's most profitable and fasclna-

y FearnsideClothing. Greatest. Automobile Value the World 1 Into the home recently vacated by t,lag industry will be lost. It.was.. this ,
In Real Estate The )r. E. W. Warre, property' which Mr. iccessity which. caused th. organization
loberts purchased.It "if .the exchange The exchange Idea Is _______
We have for Quick ?: al, Has EVER SEEN. understood thai Mr. Roberts will lot the scheme of some promoter, but .
slnbllsh a barrel factory at. East Palalkn ,
; >f the growers .themselves. It can stand
9 Room House ,ils barrels being especially designed for "
. t he knock of the
Moll this over a bit. Compare the upeolfloatlon (more complete specification. for the asking) with any ear ron'Il 'olato shipments. in. addition Mr. Rob- i need commission men but '7 I
the
t will
in desirable locality, good lint at SiOIHere's : \). support and good of I
bid nothing near it at the price Find a oar bearing the mme epeoincations, and its nearest competitor 'rls will engage extensively In potato e very grower, and when a grower

r I repair lot 100x120 for Situation :rowing; on lands he purchased during a l,nocka 'the exchange he Is knocking
the Key to the Entire : Iii _
$1.800.00. 'Isit here last summer and which are tear ,Is own Interests. Kill the exchange .
Only

: Go. Answer quick. Only one concern In the world can say-and prove It-that from the row material to the completed car, every part ', In the Orange event Mills that Mr. Roberts. Is pie_ S(II nd> cent your. on orange the grove dollar.will\ Wauchula not be worth -______
: T i 'tof the antomoblle, including apeol..llIJulpm..nt. snob aa top and wlnd-obleldl. made In It. own factory and tinder It. 'd with the place and Its opportunities v OCftle. Ad-
wn' roof and that oonoern Is The E. M.F. COMPANY of Detroit Manufacturers of the two Famona Studebaker Model. Dr profitable Investment, it la said that _
j'E-M.F. 30." and, "STUDEBAKER-FLANDERS 2O." No intermediate part makers profit* enter In anywhere That, 'thers from .the same section will unoubtedly -
Lemon and Third .onplod with the financial renonroe. which enables Stadebaker'a to buy raw material.. In large quantities, together with : follow him here. Property Change Hands.P. .
H. FiIei Y TllCkeI r & Bro. >bo nnndred. of advantage they hare over i smaller concerns. enable them to produce and market more automobiles / J. Beck. ha. this week told the
.
I P atka. 'ban any cth.r concern In.the world '..,10' over. -' Is bartOn place on Dodge street to Corntli. -
For a Lame Hack.Wh Ii Carman,,and the Raab

. \ '"IF IT COMES FROM FEARN- Real Estate and Here's the Story In & (Nutshell : i> you hava' pains or lameness t tIi orth Fifth. street to W H. Mln.cottageon....., the

it the back baths the parts wttb L cmon street grocer: and the Coxa cot- _ _

SlOE'S IT'S GUARANTEED." IneurancefOpp. The low price onatea tb. market. ; having. the market they can produce the quantities cwrtaln of the Immqtllut.mnanmptlon C ihamberlMu'R Unlmonb twice aday, iU'ire akin on Lemon street to- Mn Lola M.
and manufacturing In (treat qnantitle.enablca them to make a better ear for l....a-make the pries ioaiibl margin with the palm of the : Decks I. doing thing. These
Court Jloose, .. By making more th'y can make then, better And they mak them l
aim ny a. they can. It' ci complete as a circle and a. simple. 0. Then. dampen a plea ol The telephone' ;; dlrectg-bow. _
p Open Evenings during 'PJone18' My allotment of ears (or lOll) I Is fast being colHlumacIt iatnrfmted-and your are or you wonlrl:not hara real ttils. fi itna.'l alt htr3' wUr thin liniment umber U calls. Redding ',Ihit,. .
Grocery Cot .
far-let lao personally talk' 1 the matter over with you. CALL OR WRITE C nd bind lIon over. the st-nt of pain _
,.Chrtetmas Week. Palatka, Florida. nd i you inny be surprised' to see boo ..,I lo\ emma Market numbef''now calls RedeI00" ;_,,'... ______

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THE HOOKWORM' "i' 'mf r Notice to Contractors.Office .

:, 1'N' DYNAMITE
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; AND ITS HABITS p : of tho Clerk of tho Circuit Court %
; Putnam County, Fio ida.

n Palatka Fin., Dcc..9lh, 1909. ,
Interesting information From \ 1 Scaled bids for the construction of STUMPS
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State Board of Health Concerning a Steel bridge across Dunne Creek, or
tf- Deep River, located near"Crow Creek," 1
ih this Parasite.The will be received up to noon on WcdneS'

day January 5th, 1910. Sold bids 10' bepublicly
lust Bulletin of the Stale Board o I', j .: \
Health contained the following "nut opened at 2 p. m. on Wednesday
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hell" Information regarding the hookworm t t1 & af4k4: Jjnum' Slh. I I'.u .
the newly discovered pnnislu e r Prospec lite bidders wlllobmu" plans .t. Cheapest
which Is peculiar to the somli, and foi and speclflcalioni la full cUi-li. ul this 1 >> ..
the extermination' of which John D ? office upon application In ....""oU.

Rockefeller has contributed one million HENRY HI'" rcrilfrSON./ Clerk i .

?G' doll ra: 2 Sealed bids for the construction: of .. ,
Tho hooUworm U a tiny lllllc par ,tI. the pile approaches to the above Bridge

infesting the Intestine of human. being, # will be received separably, and. openedat ToCioarL :" '."
mostly children. g the same time and place as above. '. .
There are other kinds of hookworms + t I Iy Proipcctlve bldtloievil! ) obtain full ': 'J.
that In lest cuttle, dogs, seals, elephants I particulars upon application. : In personal Land "
etc. this office ; .
But only the human hookworm Is a } 11J NRY HUTCIUN&ON, Clerk ,
known to Infest human being The ,, ,

r largest of these worms is about three Office of ,he Clerk. of the Circuit Court On Thursday, December 80th, 1pm -
1 y quarters of an Inch long. I Putnam County; Hones.

They look sometimes like bits of sew Palutka, Fla., Dec 9, 1909. THE DU. PONT POWDER COMPANY -. -,
; Inn thread cut up In short lengths. Sealed bids b ,
r I :tar Ire of one I r dgu lend
r They deposit eggs In the intestine er will be received at this office until win give a DEMONSTRATION of
r which are passed In the stools. of \" ,.dne-do '
', I noon >, January 5tb, 1910,
v The hatch In damp carl
eggs now
and then .
ten : publicly' tpunid.ProRpecihu
r producing I a tiny worm i NddVr\ will obtum,,; de'llls
This little I worm is culled the IniMC. 43* of service d : '
i rcquln upon application in Stump ISastlng '
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It Is the Ionic' 'which furnishes tl:- person at this oNice.
A.
starting point for the next case of hool. 'I
worms. HENRY HUTCHINSON. Clerk.
r It has two ways of getting Into they ---- lued.y'--" .

human Intestine. One Is through the LEMON STREET. Looking West. noticeuf Notice. U Application hereby |tlnthul fur lax elelrr.n. Vuntl* at Palatka, Florida,.

mouth being taken 10tb\ raw food Fulntkn's principle retail thoroughfare. This street Is paved with vitrified brick from end to the other and. bas fucturlliuvu, purcUikHVl ol pus' iitrNoxH
and dirty hand. The other Is throughthe ope ttnt4il thw lat day i l of July: A. 1>. iWi? on the farm of W. A. Walhu .
akin. smooth sidewalks of concrele.INTERLACHEN him tllvd Paid certllleat. In my outt. mud
hits: etude: npplh'atlou I for ins tteod to .I|l5ma permission make this v
the who baa to
,,4 It burrows into skiD. producing In avuorrtnute with h>w. Httlil cvrtltlcitt kindly granted
ground Itch. sill brace. the. followInK it crllHMl
Then it gets Into the blood. Next itpasses ITEMS. Art of Throwing Ki..... DESTROYED BY CHEMICALS. situated In iliiiiiiioounty, Klorl.property.(....>wltl, demonstration on his property.
of this do not Lot la, Ktiuille and MaKjie 'Irnot, cocoon
Into the lungs. Here it breaksout "Youug men country
>*l, townnliln 5s. -
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entice OCT'<
Into the air cells II is now coughed ,' W. YoungTurpentlneCo. will now know how to throw a kiss gracefully," Weapon. Used by Assassins AgainstRoyal The coed fnnil being, aHHONMHl nt the date of Every Farmerand :

,t up and .wallowed. be represented here. W. L Powell has said n college professor, "It takes a P....._ thus Imiuitnteof. punts c..tlno'o.ln the uniiie .
01S. M Maxwell A Co Unlena nnld cftrtln-
' From this It Is that children sold out his interest in the plant.
seen can
Mexican to the act
perform .
young cnt iiljnll he
only get hookworms where sufferers :Mr. Noting his brought bit family' gracefully Very few people are aware that .. lei deed ..lIIlsoo.redeemed thereon according ou (hw.loth to 'low Jay, all others interested arc invited to attend..
from the parasite have polluted the soil. from Glenn Ma; while Mrs. Powell soon .. Ike trial .t as axmmlo ef of Jnnunry A. It ittio.Wltn .
"lie brings the tips of his angerstogether .. .
11 L It t> only here that they can get the und her sister Miss Anna McNiel lou b""* them gently with his royalty la concluded the. wtupun with tbe Vtli day my of.m.I"I.IRn"&Ur.Deeemlx A. 1).and KOU soul tills KENNERLY HARDWARE COMPANY. .
r larvn on their hands or food to take have returned to Savannah, Ga. Mr. which be ..accoiupliab his tflme Is [ UllrkOlruuut fI LITOH INSION. .- -
them into the mouth. Powell will leave soon. lips and spreading his hand out as carefully destroyed se that no trace .tit Court Putniiin Co, Fla.
It is only here that they can get the he makes the throw watts flv. tweet By J.1). Ball i>.O.
I. remalna
cvl Thompson and wife\ of
kme! on the feel or contract ground Gilman kisses to his ladylove by five different ,. ,
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Illinois, have been guests of their daughter The reason of this Is twofold-Brat Nolle of Application for Tax brad.
itch.Avoid Sirs II. T. Mann but are now occu roUI.-Cbl..o Tribune ef all tbe possibility ezlata that at Notice hereby Klvvn that Melrose Mnnn- rHow's r .
soil pollution and hookworm 'raeturlntio.purcIiAiwrof| tax....111...", No. this for a Bargain:
,' disease will not spread. pj Ing the "Orange ('OI1UI:... Why She Wept some time Clr other the weapons acid 4M, dated thw lnt . 11KIT' Christmas

; The lanse' live and thrive bed In dump. I Mrs Pearl and Ed. and Ralph sons of Among the Muiuotes, descendants of In a royal tragedy way be exhibited te bus hap made alsdPatd Hpplieutlon certlnout.for In Utx DiY deed olflue to,IHIIIO and rlRateJ For S"le-8 from acre U-ln.-flowlnt Truck Farm.aiib-lr-well small .
4 ..,iI. Chas Talbot all of l'ishklll.on'lhe. the In ..eoNt,, .. with law. (
la
the Spartans thieving la considered avery poblto anaoe 11I*n aai er chow, Paid ctertlflfntflembrai house Is In flue condition
I on plane
But they cannot live than about Hudson New York the "Pal.mCl1o" .* the followlnvd. .Bcrlb4Ht property
more at
are
and. second there ts Inside n
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honorable employment. An English aaperatltloiia ttunted In Putnam county, Klortdn.to-wlt. : for planting. of City llmUi.three tions.r'
thirty days at most unless they get into for the season with Mr. and Mrs. dread ...IstalOOlla lelgalng Lots 17, !pant Jfct, Mtctloii A, township 10, blocks from Union Station. If Sugg ,,
human beings. falbot. traveler being entertained at the 1, rauite Xtf eua Wag narvii.
Therefore where soil Is already polutd house of one of the mountaineers, took' uonsra. thai ttw eslatruee of tile iaaoceui 'J'he aid liitul being AHftpfliMKi at the dustS of buyer did not care to fitriii could be i
Mrs Martha Weber and daughter of but nnnallewed weapoae. by the laHunnte of each certtncHlt) In the mime out up Into city lots. This Is a floe '
it Is only necessary to wait a month silver articles tram of J. M. Mnxwell '' Artistic and Exquisite -
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some Oo.
snd the larvae will all be dead. Portchestcr. N. Y.nre now at home In. a packing wfek-a rulers bjtve bee a dispatched, toSyrtiity Unlenveutd c.rNnca/e shall be redeemedRecording piece of property Make us un otter -
People who have cleanly habits do their cosy, cottage "Major: Villa Dona." case he had with him to eat his dinner Is fraught with peril to tselrdulrendauts. to law, tea deed will tmiue thereonon on It. Perfumes-- '' "tPalmer's -

41,4 sot get hookworms by the mouth.People Miss Alma DcTilla will spend the wltb. At the sight of such costliness I >the Mtu.iintv day om.h.I.'Kn".u.'I..ltbl.of.January' A. P., Wlo.Vltne It will go for the first reasonable offer. ( ; HCidnut's ; Roger f:: ;, .

who wear shoes do not getthrm Christmas' holidays with her parents.. an old woman began to cry. the Englishman .,; The method ef destroying these the 14th dity ViN{ : r'H'M..i'I: 1505.feral : Good reason for aelUog.Kennerly k Q..ilet's ; Piver's aud Hou- .t;
through the skin. :Miss De rilla Is teaching at Trenloa. ] J(.
People ho bare.fool, but keep off having asked what aSectedher we"l\ou.> la a curious one. The wooden CI Olivult Court Putnam t'o.Pin. Seed Store, gant'.l. ,.', ;:
go Mrs Walter Vlv Lin sad two children so much: portions, SIl..1aa\ I h. stocks ot pistole ltv J, C. Bnlls !). (J. .' '. '
do :
poluted soil not hookworms.
Treatment for hookworms gel is simple are enjoying a visit with Mr. Vivian Alas my good sir" she replied, "1 or the bandies of polnarda. are buraed, Palatks, Fla. tf Select and Refined \

and very satisfactory: very who. employed In the phosphate district. weep because my SOD la not here to'" aDd tile'mrtal I twrllvna are eaten. awayIn Notice Notice. of le Application uervby tilven for that Tax Melrone heed. Vanttfaoturlns Stationery ,'

Apply to your family physician.: rob yon of those beautiful thine*!" a bath qf nitric aeM ; Co tAXLertlflcntoN To owner. of f "!
J. I.cFils, of Jacksonville was with us 114 anted th ftp M'.g: : :June, A 1>. IM:, (Crane's Linen Lawn, and *
This has been the eastern sincethe
-Ftrsworks.. ever line riled. enld certlfliute in .office any Farms and Homes. .
on his usual trip that Costly my Eaton-Crane fc Pike's 'Xmo
ReddingMOO" :Marketw ill not sell seeing our merchants attempted amaaxlnatlon. of Queen tine made application. for tax Oiled to tune.
said
have nice, things for Christmas, f : It that the greatest In extent In accordance with Inw. Htild r
any meats on Sunday or accept any orsden Isabella vt. Spain In 1802 by llerlus oorllflcitteembraces If wish to rattan good northern Box Stationery). .
on that day but will accept Sunday Fred Stoddard who and most costly set piece In firework, the following dnscrltied propertysdtuated you '
reccjUlyrrtovcd' to Prior to that date the metal work. orIIrellr"a In Putnam conutT, Klorlcla, tn-wlti buyers, send full description Imported Combs and '
orders on Saturday, prepare and keep Hastnw'a mlCr'6eIi.\'n\ trains. ever shown anywhere la the world nan lx(. a.8 and 10. Kelldlc. nnd McHa Tract" location, number of .
them in refrigeration Saturday night! i.a:1hove ll r :.Irs. Ida M. or knives was ground or filed section W.township 15 e.ranKOUte.' -XI users. aores. Improve.meats Brushes'f
Barney of River Falls, at the St. Louis exposition In 1003 Bald quality of soil, distance
them delivered Detw'." and I Isn away but I be blade of the dagger with 1 be laud be.lnn nHReHited at the dust of toi I
o'clock Sunday- 3 rue I\ \\ is., arrived NVednetiday to spend. the The display was about 1,000 feet long which Menus sought In execute bis the Issuance of such certificate the name railroad station title, health fuluese, (Brushes of Pure Long French
Oruing
winter with of O. P. .
Major and Mrs.V.. C. Hill Prouty. lowest price, terms to Plait R. Spen
r2 at their winter home "Golden Gables. and varied from 100 to 200 fret In tfanomllyrlme, proved tu be of such Unless said nertlflcnte shall he redermetLnocordlnff Bristle).
eel HtJ; Broadway. New York
.,a In Exttnuati.n.A ; This took less than. and hardness that It to In. .tax deed will IBHUO thereonon
height thirty seconds eiqnlalte temper ,
Rev. J. S. Collier of the M. E. church the Mtb day of January, A. I). Ittlu. I Shaving and Manicure
e' little girl between tour and Eve to set all ablaze and cost $::::1.000 resisted both, flic and grindstone. Witness my nnlolnl.Ignature and Meal tbls ;*
has been In attendance at the annual the stth 0' LMcomber. A. Ii lunv' Outfits. '
day w
yean of age came running in from conference at Lakeland We are gladto for each of the two evenings that It This brrame knewn to the pepnlsee [Neal. HENRY IIUTOHINMONOlurk Pure Seed! Potatoes
sliding one day and exclaimed. to her know that Rev. Collier will remain was shown and the enpemtttlona Bpanlanla betleved Circuit Court Putnam Ho ,i'IaBy Havana Cigars in 'Xmas '-

Miner. : "Oh. mamma did you see me I' here another year, preaching as the past that alerlns bad lereeted hie weapea J; O. Halle, I>.O. I We offer the Genuine Spaul-! Packages.We .

dowot 1 went like thunder year two Sundays In Hodman In with. maglral qualities To divest '
one
I I EnJoy.d Trouble. WANTED-Six: young ladles to be ding Rose No. 4. in 10 peck sacks
To Yet mothers astonished question ] Francis and one here. "Flow do them of this aboard belief the ..tller!- invite jU8 >8ction.
II j you know Bllgglns enjoys, trained as nurses. Must be between $2. O. True Red Bliss Triumph yon [ f
use to whom she had !
heard ay that trouble" ties bad the weepea destroyed by 1 las- eighteen and thirty years of age, well
the little cue replug. Well ruaunuu Buy your mealS at Reddlngs "400" Because be'd* ath.r be the umpireIn mining It In ekenlaalex" a that educated healthy and of good character. at $3.25. Send us your orders. AckermanStewartDrug

yes know you said one, day as quick i i ias vice.Market Everything Best meats and" prompt ser a baseball game than one el tile baa bees feUawed ever ...... For particulars address the Halcyon Sanatorium American Produce Co.Jacksonville .
JUnmloi.: : aDd It new, prices reasona Ga.
always thunder ." Training school Valdosta Co.
char it lightens doesn't It?" ble, 401 Lemon St. "Phone" 17 Dlayers -Exchange. 12.24 2t Fla.

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r- 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 article/

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i a&? of House furnishings. Such are' the articles to be found at this store.


1x. Our Special, 59.00. Handsome, as well as comfortable

Sl.OO per week.S20.00 :


Rockers, and Easy Chairs, Ladies' and Gentlemens' Desks, Fancy r




Parlor Tables, Fancy Reed Parlor Suits, Beautiful Oriental l $5.00, ) .]


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I and Persian "Rugs, Toilet Sets, Fancy China:; .



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for every member of the family. j



Then again, if you choose to give some real nice present, and do not feel that at'this time you can spare all! the 'I


t --- money to pay us the cash, we shall be pleased to grant you the benefit of our liberal credit system, and you can make: '


the payments later, a little each week or month as you choose. -


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} Ujstmas g Ago iIjls! Sang !"Peace ottEartkftjotl: \Wilt --I IJ. Ifo.V O ; /p J.



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?,' ,? FRANK H T. I err
EICojyrlBht; 1909. by A AesD--
sot l lQOOD l'rez } I

old fJRned s'mal 4 OPD
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e"t' t ; with th loge upon the 4h 4g
if' Xmas Candies
hearth,! OlJ.O

.The'table filled with feuters an' the .

I room a-roarVlth mirth, ;1 C 004 OlJo

r ,*,"With// stookia'i crammed to fcust- / o Beautiful Fancy Boxes and Baskets !1

i' in' an' the ,
Sjedders piled with 0'4' ,
now- for Christmas Presents. Kisses,. Butter lJ.O

A good. old fashioned Chria'mai like 004 Cups and Mixtures. 0lJ.O : t'O '

1t we had jo long ago)Iow'that'

4, r .O Special Prices to Sunday 1

a the thing I'd like! to tee : O

I y ajf'ln afore I di?', O School Xmas Trees.Huyler's 40DD04

But Chris'mas in the city here-It's OP

,, different, oh, my I Gort
1 "fw/th/ the crowded hustle-bustle of and 4Q0O O
NunnaUy'sCandies
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the slushy, noisy street ors Yv O OP

t Qa.. the icowtyipon the faces of the '
that mee' [Copyright, 1900. by J. Wells Champney rs bY' I and Specialties.Besides ,
strangers you .Copyright, 1909. O. A. Wllte New d.O 1O
From & coptoy print, copyright iwo by York,)
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Curtla/ Cameron.jA ]
our regular line of Choco-
Oh, there's bnyin1, plenty of it, of a 004 50C lJA
lot of gorgeous toys. arms upon the floor. lates and Bon-bons, we have just received t\1

An' it takes a mint of money to Christmas prlsed Well.'you If you know think very tbey little were about not sur the .A. 500 POUNDS of CHOICE CHOC- DVUD ti

4 please modern girls aa' hoys. 'StoUtfhton folks Whut they said nobody LATES in POUND PACKAGES which 4D

Why, Z mind the time a jackknife jS& $? GooseBy knows. They all talked at once
j had 004! we are selling for the Holiday Trade at
an"a teffy lump for me but by and by Papa Stongbtnn < n

rrra: my 'little heart an'''itockin' chance to be heard. at S9c per pound.
004! II
'"Where did you get It. Baby Deb
just chqpk ullof.Chri.'mae glee. CHARLES BARON. b* asked. I
[Copyright. tale. Amerloan Prom Aa o
elation.1 "Why I p'ayed< Dod for It," an"werI I I DOo .
w ft l 18 Junt UK much ed Deb In the most matter of fact wny.
c CHRISTMAS; at the Horn iHland "Paid Dodl" pQ4 O i Palalka, ppp

lu tbe world.an! It III aIlY'Yht'reelse exclaimed Stoughton. Papa QQ4 James J \\\J.\ nay Florida 40D

And why not? "Pajd Dodl" I' it
.r To be sure the nearest land /Is' ten ?- t.n chorused the .O 4, 0
tulles a"Cay, and 'when the winter, family.
storms come the waves dash quite C a' 'EII," respond 4.09 1D ,
over the two acrvs, of rock. out of s,. ed Baby Deb ,
which the sturdy lighthouse rises convincingly."Dodxe D,0004\ '
There are uo blaring rows of streets (Copyright. 1BOJ. br J. Well Champney.. From a Copley print, copyright UOt by dood Oysters served in all styles. ;
Curtis & Cameron, Boaton.1 O
Lord. 1 p'nyod
lined with torn hops there no tmtber- +
ula lug of families "' to him [Te send- '

Qp4 no Christmas, breath and mysteriously vanished Into -Yee; they had good reason to feel $rl ed It to me doss i O. IIWP

trees loaded another room after bpckonlng/ bis dismal at the lighthouse. It was no now."
down wfth preenothing brotbers and sisters to follow hlni wonder If Ove noses were Qfty times More question @
ent*. to which they did almost before they hud a day flattened despairingly against find more
I ; M1 be seen from tbe fairly said "Ah!" the lighthouse windows. Yes; six of Baby D..b'eellplDnatlon"

p4 drew lighthouse but BUby Deb wan noses, for even Baby Deb was finally revealed -I II I
theehangingweter there too some- affected! and though she did not know the wholestory. -
and unchangIng w bat awestruck the least thing about the weather she Funny
rock*-water at the mystery too would press her little nose against folks those
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on three sides about herbut ..% tbe glass In a most alarming; way as Stoughtons, but
r IIja und on the fourth ready to lend the jifi. If she thought that pressure was the "COD'S Boost igDOOD. they spent the
Hide a bluff barrier help of her win-. f I only effective thing.It ." next ten minutes Homes Everybody !
I l of rocks dom If necessary F t ;' took some time for Baby Deb to wiping I their
: with the world "We must. bavia > J realize tbe Importance of having a eyes and bulging and I kissing and
An' there's feattin'. Think o' feedln'- hiding behind It goose," said goose for Christmas, but when she bad making up new pet names for 'Baby n

with these stuck op city folk! ; l; ten miles away. Tom. grasped the Idea she became an enthusiast Deb.Papa r
Why, you have to speak In whispers There are six "Ob I" gasped hi. on the subject. She explainedthe Stongbton did say to Mnmmn Dwellings built to order
Stoughton that night as they were going your
children there movedby her dolls and
an' you dar'sn't crack a Joke. audience, matter to was particularly to bed
Then remember how the tables look though and a mingled explicit with Stnlpln, wltb : And sold the
I father "A wild goose, It was blinded by on
mother and
amazement and whom Indeed she held very elaborateand
'ed all crowded with your kin, and If they admiration. almost painful converaatfons.One tbe bright light and broke Its neck by
"i ves 1'. MOT not flying against the glass. And after all,
When you couldn't hear a 'whistle cannot make a Tom looked at thing became very' certainThere
blow across the merry'din. NVl'JrIIf. CbrlHtma then them with great '._,' was very little prospect of clean. who shall" say the good Lord did not Easy Payment Plan.
nobody can. Why, Baby Deb alone IB firmness and dig weather. within a week and tt tacked send It?
At all events not a word of explanation
material enough of which to make iIii S The
aClirlatmas. nlty only three days of Christina
Yon see, I'm so old fashioned-lik I was said to Baby Deb. and none
and a very rollicking. Jolly "Ever since' I "on. chase, DOOD other gloomily gave up hop, bnt not If you want one, come and see me at
don't care much for style, sort of Christina., too. but wheu to was bore" be LORD SI.ID us A so did Baby Deb. The truth wa she contradicted. ber when abe said at ,
An to eat your Chris'mas banquets her you add Torn and Sue and Ann. went on, u. uoosi!" had a plan, and you know when one dinner next day: once, at my office, No. 1, Canova Build-
!Is dood.
here I wouldn't ge a luile. and Ike and Sam-well, the grim old have had a roast goose for Christmaa. ha. a plan one baa hope too. "Dod1 doose .
r I'd rather have,, like Solomon, a lighthouse fairly overflows with Chrlxt- ." Mamma Stougbton had only recently Ing. Office Hours: 10 to 4 and 7 to 8.

good yarb dinner set mss every :23th of December.If Ever since he was born! It might been. having! a series of talks with Charles Dickens on Chrlstmaa. -
It la a lonply. old. one eyed light 00 "It la wonderful thing." wrote
have been a hundred yean before Baby Deb the Important question a :
turtle
With real old friends than house, him It, not a chimney And do from Tom' ton and manner, and the of prayer and It bad occurred to Baby Cbarlo. Dickens the period of Christ- F. J. Cunningham.
*s. ? rsoup with all the) nobs yoVd get. Dot cblldrfn there have stockings- audience tremendously Impressed. Deb that the goose was a !good subject was! I wonder. bow many hundredsof ,
i good long stockings? Indeed they "And" continued the orator "we for prayer It was a ye 7 .clear thousands of parents have discovered l

"'.. There's my next door neighbor, Gars bare. And docs not Christmas eYe must have one now. We will bar one case to her. The at Christmas. time under tbe
ley-fancy how his brows Vd see them all temptingly hung so Invitingly nowl"Tbey ., goose was necessary. magic of tbe season-through some little .
: limp and empty, under the ; almost stopped breathing. I Why DOt little tblng done. by lion or daughter -
lift- mantelshelf And does. not Christmas "I have a plan." Tbey shuddered ask tor It. then? -tbat those they thought estranged
If I'd hollers "Merry: Chris'mas! morning-very early, mind yon-iieealx and drew nearer. "We all -must com- ll. Tbe great dim from them, by there things which -- ,- -

Caught old fellow! Chris'mas graduated white robed gboats per uiael". *\ salty was to nod com between. still loved them wltb a :::a. ."' .
gift!1" forming mysterious ceremonies. around "Oil I" In chorus. a secret place for memory more tender. than they bad '7._._._._._:._._._._............._._._.;,'._ ._ ;;:III"" "

; lordy sakes: I'd like totry it! six bulglrijt IIt""klnp7Ab. "Do you want aDOBe, Suer 4 I her. devotions, for dreamed of. r b ,
thee If you suppose. tbat that ..y.... Indeed I" the family very' "I wonder .how many Bans and J
Ones he'd nearly have a at. cunning! old gentlemen Santa Claim "Tou Sam?" I well filled the daughters under. the magic Influenceof '

Rang this city stiffness, anyways! doc. not know hew. to end a chimney, "1'e..." v" lighthouse\ and Christmas have had their hearts We showing Manicure Sets j jif
I can't get used to it. even when the cold ware are pelting/ "lker' I t Baby Deb understood I softened so as to be moved by some !, are "
It with froeen eprny drops ten miles "Do I? Welir l that pray little manifestation 'of love by. father Ji

from land you little know what .a remarkable "Ann?" ,, era ought to be or mother which they would have
s Brushes Combs Mirrors and Silver t
girt he lax that way. ",..., *lr!" y quietly and secretly thought little of. perhaps despised, at 'l
And the Christmas dinner they bar "Me too," said Baby Deb, with m.4e. any other season" .!. '.''I #
there-.the goose, tbe brown rrlnp.: great earnestness, for It wa clear to t ; The' place was .
H. Was D..'. Novelties in for Gift
Juicy meltingroast goose! What her that It was a Question of eating found, however Why A great t variety :
would that dinner be without that and ab, did not wish to b. left fat. Just in front of Scene-Stable of Scottish Tillage Inn.
? Indeed! Landlord Is busy repairing a iilcve' of o! ,;
goose What "Of .course you, too, yon decry dumpling the lighthouse
BUt oin..tb.,. turn pale it that ," Mid Tom. "Now, then," he was a broad harness. and 'la. varrjlng on nt the sauna. ,i Purposes. A wide range of pieces Ii# -
when think of It- of rocks time a conrerMilon with eke vlliugeblacksmith.
; lighthouse now they : continued when order was restored, ledge
they came very near. baring no. goose "what shall w* contribute? I'll givemy [ STEP BT STKI-. raT generally washed Enter farmer S/
for dinner ou ChrtHtrasa day! new anllboat That ought to bring TEA PTTX by the waves but .I'mer-Look here, landlord: Can t\" at all Prices.SMITH. ,'
: It came about lu ibis way. Papa-ah. BO cent" at low tide even In this bad weather ye gl. me a bottle o' yer beat whisky \tiI
If you could only lear Baby Deb tell HI. new sailboat! Why. be bad only out of water. The other children had Landlord-Weel.! ye see, the bones
about It It would be worth the jonrney just made It and bud not even tried Ityet been forbidden to go there because, It are a' out, an' I dlnna ken when ony o'
but you cannot of course, ao Oh. evidently this) wits a time of wan dangerous, but no one had thought them II be ha me. :I The Jeweler
never mind -Pupa Etotifthton. the light- aacrlfli-e': Wbt could hesitate now? of cnntiouiiiR: Baby Deb. So there she I Farmer-It's no a horse I want; It'sa ,

| house keeper you know had lost all ; "I'll give my shells" unld- Sue heroIcally went aid In her Imperfect way bogged J bottle o' whisky.Landlord 'I'
HJ his money lu a caving bank: that had bard for the goose. -Aye; but ye s... they're a
failed In that December.A raid bit .wa', an" It'll be late. before Palatka Florida. 'Ii
HJ'a early ." sighed Ann. dGrlstmaa 1
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HJi "My sea momie* eye came, and atHI there the first o' Item's back. ,
Is really net a very expensive ,r '
ROOK but If oil has not the "Ton may '"ki my shark's teet b." was no gooav. Baby Deb was puxxlcd; Farmer (louder< )-I -tell ye. It's no' a
fowl bay mh! Ike. the others were. gloomy Still Baby horse, but a bottle o' whisky I want. t. fjisTRABERRY
cannot '
of course one! evena < ..&l1eam.
money whnlu's looth
nr..grv And my Deb would not give up. It would b.low Landlord-Weel. ye see tbe beut.11be t.
thlntr. could
cheap Pap. Btongbtoa The nncrltlve wars general. The light- tide about T o'clock. She knew .
Li-
tired .0'Formel'Osolr .rtE:
i not afford a !gooa He said *o- aldo : C: .cC-:: :: :: #:
hinter witulJ yield Its treneures."AIL .
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up that for she hud asked. She would awa' wt an' :-O'e _
before all the family. right& "said, Ton "Now lot'sjell mate her leaf trial. She had bope ye yerbeasts .. -- -- -- --. -.
that the silence that fen,
Bee say '
father: I yet; but a* the others. knew nothing Exit.
that family then was painful tohear. Ee.bfav. Bolwcb,
upon And father wag told and for now.ren.ou i
of her plans they hud absolutely\ no Blacksmith Man, John .
je're IIPllln'
Then!: your he.rtit, keeps a-swellin'till ,i i I They looked it one another with he pretended to look out of the hope To them It certain that ItlenarawAns. -
was IMp T _
deaf doorpost. It vrisiin' a
aa aa a
it nearly bust side.An' [ eye: sowide that It's a mercy they window very, suddenly but b* Aid I ..
your there could be no Christmas gooae at G.ttdp ,
f them bone tat a bottle o' whisky I the man
aohin' ,I could ever shot again. not. fie wiped bill eyes, and !Mamma their house that. red .ll ... bsa +; ,
by night your-'Jaws art year.Seven was aaklo' for.
"No JrOOII.I"! at mat crted'Tora who
gtougbton wiped her spectacle, and o'clock and Deb ....... ...... .._... ... MILLIONS CeNi&
with your smile four Inches I was the oldest.. came Baby Landlord-Ou. aye. I beard Mm tine .1'. lo.. .sack. OF THEM v...._ <
f winked hard and said:
very crept softly from the room and down but be dldna' for tbe last bottle he : '
a wide, I "No goosef, cried theother In "Blest their heurtal" pay CHATTANOOGA NURSERIES
stairs. She opened the door
a, An' your ,enemy the wont one, chorus, all' except.Baby Deb, whowaa for,, you sea. these parent were a llttlv "bit nod slipped great out Into Just tbe got-Pearson's Weekly.-" 809 Miaolon Ridge CHATTANOOGA TENN.

you'd just: grab hie band an'sayf .i I busy Scnlpln at the her time most gently troublesome admonishing child very simple hearted folk( /and It seemed darkness-really did slip for It wag Th. Order of the Bath. - -- -

.,; "Mabbe l both of us was wrong, :John. for being so dirty Baby Deb said. to them very affecting tbat the very Icy on the rocks aud she sat Tbe last Knights of the Bath made
Come, let's shake. It's Chrii'mai "No dooser after all the others. werequl..t. children should make such sacrificesto down very hard. However she wa according to the ancient forms were nt SEED IRISH POTATOES.
u day." procure the goose for Christmas."And vary chubby" and dirt not mind It. She the coronation of Charles II.. when
what doe Baby Deb contribute crawled cautiously around to the !big
and ceremonies, of
That mode them all laugh No doubt various rites one
i they thought that after all so lone as ? asked Papa Staugbtan by Way rock the keen wind nipping her round which was bathing were enforced. We can furnish EXTRA SELECT SpauIdiiiRs ROle No. .4 and!
)little Christmas spirit seems of a joke
Mighty cheeks and pelting her wltb the froaen
,
there It would be According to KroJssart.: the courtbarber
'rto dwell 'tween city walls. Christmas Baby Deb anyhow was goose or no- goose. "I des I's not dot nuffln" was Baby drops of sprny. She knelt down. prepared a bath and the candidate Red JJlisa Triumph Seed Potatoes, also Armour's Irish Potato( Fer-

.Where each snowflake brings a soot-- So they were. happy far n moment until Deb's reply when".' tbe' matter was explained "Oh. please, dood Lord, tend as a for membership In the order ': tilizer, at prices that are right. Our stock of Seed Potatoes wo*
< to her (''ept 00 rote Still pin. dooau! Wo douse ..wtuLWoo't
wants
a
flake for a brother. it falls-- tbe thought came tbs_roaat goose was having' been iipdresnnl; by his esquires.Wss I ,
Ob, what a laugh there was thenfor Lord for it hot stock.
I you please, dood ? grown planting grocery store
lu the bath bin
with placed
Christ Baby thereupon
little Chris'mas spirit an' good on mn* even '
lUghty i I If'ever' there was a maimed 1 and Thud fell something right alongsideof .
dillwa.edf"Pln. clothe/ and collars the
Deb and then they looked being perquisites
I'm pinin', don't you know, demoralized dolt It was. Htulpln, Bot"Bab1 her. iKennerly PALA
of tbe barber. De was then removed Seed Store
I- 'rn JPor n good old fashioned Chris'mas ..."" ". when Papa Stongliton explain -' Deb woe hugged and kissed. as I "Ob. what's dat?" she '".clfllm,>,d. from the wafer to the word o mA
If she bad contributed lump of gold putting her hand out. "Why its adonee
like we had so long ago. May this be an honorable bath '" I
'. -fhe-B kirmi.hhe **! how It was they saw It ass Instead of a tittle- bundle of rags I, !" she cried, with a scream of de- 10u" and was placed In a plain bed ,JL''.Send for our New Seed Catalogue, contains 24 pages and Sis
fun ofL'fulr. I plainly a* b did and so ther mad Papa 8tougbtan and Tom were \to llgbt..** her hand came In contact with pone wet and naked to dry. As soon'
yokes wan enjoyingthe: : i ,:
liaauty
malnlnnd'the- A
nut to. the'" clearday 12-17-2t
peeing, aa:old fiddler play no more complaint. Only Tom fell av a soft warm, feathery body. a* he was quite dry be was removed
[in thtf. .street some of tbeui went a-thlnkiag, end when the other saw to buy the goose; hut alas a storm She forgot to give a "thank you" for front the bed. dressed la new and etch ',I-------- --'--_. __
what ha was doing they did the an ma.the cam on, and they were forced to wall the BOOM but she wa thankful, though ,
and conducted his
by
\t him. and one, buudlnn him two- apparel sponsors :j t'
that Tom was for IT in go down. l It did not gn down not much surprised. She really
difference being so
very
/
nakeil aim to; play the*, ',"Untile to the chapel, where he offered a tapero .
tt worse. and "" 0...... The. wind
td
irllna Bridge" I trying to' think what be could do grew bad expected l It the honor of find and n penny ptw'eto A trial Advertisement in .The
l ..rid fliialar'toolc, the money and get the !goose anyhow and they weretryrng IIbl'l'kO't"d\ \, !( i oiuuued and wrestled It was a beary load for Baby Deb the honor of thr" king Then ht;
to think what b* was thinking wltb tbe louely tower, and the wave but she was excited and did not notice ..
'
before '
/ "M|>lna away the sumo n* went to the monuivb and 1..111111'betore
Hurled' themselves' at It and washed
that they could think the It. She made her Intotbe '
about
+ uUvht' getting tired of tutu. tb. so way him.; rrcvltpil from the royal ,
yell. a""III'.II1.\'\',> the fld .la".11. except Baby Deb of course.who. over and over the Inland, and no boat lighthouse, slid step by' step putter word a tap on the shoulder, the klnc' News will convince you of the
4 I, x..lil Io| \III ul. 'nl. !man that'* being only torn 'yean old. gave could have, lived' at alll In such' weather. putter abe weut upstair. aoj' | burnt allbrtathleim. egcsaindng'Arlee. (Mr --?" mid thou
Httlo of BIlrllilK' Mrldg.' herself very: little..coo..1'0 about the If a !Rood be only a goon, no matter luttt ihv.alrtlon room' fir,.. embraced him Buying,,"B I shun 11.,1|
1N"'"I.lled I llw, old Cddlennklrmlstj tboiiubt Of other' Her. own thoughtstook taut !If It bv a Christmas dinner-ah !nit exultautly, "It's tutuuied. ire tarn tDlbt. and tru.-"nd..n l Hi miniMafaalne. ;. <

before the battl." .' all her'time thuuti 1 j'meth"! *. the great goose felt from her. Merits of this paper., ?
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+ THE HOOKWORM. 1 Notice to I

AND ITS HABITS Office of the Clerk of tha Circuit DYEIJMiTE .
+ Putnam County' Florida.Palnika .
rl rye 'y : Flu., Dcc.,9ih,
: Interesting Information From 1 Scaled bids for' the
I
Stale Board of Health Con. I Steel Bridge across Dunn's :
I Deep River located near "Cross $
cerning this Parasite I will be received up lo noon on \ o7i

Tho lust Bulletin of the Stale Board o S_ day, January 5lh, 1910. Said bids ,-
Health contained the following "nut publicly opened nt t p. m. on ..
heli' tnformntlon regarding the hookworm : day, januui !5th, 1 I'-IO.: .
the newly discovered \ < 1 S MA Pro 'pecUvo bidder! w 111 obtn: C Pst '
which( peculiar to the south \ and specifications. la lull ""...J! fir ", :
the rxtprmlnailon of which larasi"1 I office upon application in person. ; ; :/
h, J7f- ,
Rockefeller has coulribulud one S 4'' HENRY UbTCIIlNSON.;; : .r.

'."; dollars< : r 2 Sealed bids for the .). \
'r' Tho hookworm Is a tiny little pnraslu the pile approaches. lo the above r"1:
; infesting the inlcvtlne human being will be received separauly, and o To ClearLand "
I'- mostly children. at the same time and place as ,' VK > j
Y} There ore other kinds of hookworms it-: Prospective blddctawill! .(?' tf.t. ,
that Infest cuttle, dogs, scats, elephants, particular upon application! In vir;!<
etc. this oilice.IJJiNRY/ ., ,.,:.' M
But only the human hookworm Is HUTCHINiON/; ,-, I
known to Infest human beings. The '
largest these worms Is about three- !j Office of he I Clerk, of f I the Circuit :- 80th, 1 pm' ::.
w qunrtcrs of an Inch long. I I Putnam County: I'lonCa.Palatka .

They look sometimes like bits of sew I Fla.. Dec. 9, COMPANY ,. },
Inn thread cut up In short lengths. Scaled bids .'or hire of one 1 r dgo ,'. ...
They deposit eggs In the Intestine I or will bo received (it Ihls oWe of 4 .,. ;;
which are passed In the stools. noon .of Wednesday, January 5ih. \,
Tho eggs now hatch in damp; earth!. I and then publicly cpuncd.
producing a tiny worm. i Prospective, Mddt-rs! will obtain S. :
This little worm Is called the lurvtc. )
of service r<"<|uln d upon Blasting : :
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.i! It Is the larvic 'which furnishes tl person at this oMice. -
,' S; fitarting point for the next case of hool. i HENRY ,
HUTCHINSON
worms.It _____ __ .
has two ways of getting Into II,,' u. .. :
:
.' human Intestine. One Is through the! LEMON STREET. Looking West. Nutlvvof.. .Alipllcutlou for Tux. 1M1VU.Notto I.i I. orida : > .:
.
i hereby Ktv nhlll Molri sit ,.
mouth being taken in with raw food l Pulalk,,'. prlnclj/lu retail thoroughfare. This street, 1 Is paved with vitrified brick'from ope end to the other Had has u '/ Cu.purclnnn'o tux .' '" ''t .., ..
I olyrA.I r .
and dirty hands. The other is through: M dHtwii the ut Our or Walton :
the ..klo.It smooth sidewalks of concrete.1NTERLACHEN him :pled: mild rrrtinuut* In my us :
: : .
:
tins mmlo pptlfntl I < n fur Uix clveil t< .: mole' 'thlav ,< '"
burrows into the skin, producing In 'ikvoiirdiiiii'U' with low "Hiiia' 1 rt permission to ,

(; ground Then Itch.It gets into the blood. Next IIpa..es ITEMS.W Art of Throwing KI..... DESTROYED BY CHEMICALS. eiubrnavs lltuntvd In tll Piuniini(* rollowlnif onunty.Flurl ilemirlltwl. l.l.>. : ::13'.J

into the lungs. Here it breaksout "Young men of this country do not ljut ID, Kttudle Rntl MoKjio Trnut. ,. ""J>:"
al!, .
towimhlp II rnnite IB e-7M >u'r '.
into the air cells. It Is now coughed B. Young Turpentine Co. will now know how to throw a kiwi gracefully." Weapon Used by Aswaslns Agalnat Tlis RUUI 'fniKl:: beliitf I ftMHenrwa lit the Farmer "
up and swallowed. be represented, here. W. L Powell has said n college professor. "It takes a Royal .h.I..uRne. vf Huoti certlftruta the 21'r. .-.
Per.oneg.e.Very J. -I\ ,
,01 M. Mfliwxll i A Co UnlKim Mild 1 >
1 From this it Is seen that children can sold out his interest in the plant young Mexican. to perform the act ase Hlinll Iw r.,df med .iicoordlnu \ .. S "
only get hookworms where sufferersfrom Mr. Young has brought his family gracefully few people are aware that M I'". deed will l "Unue thereon ou thu : are invited to attend.. : ),;
from soon as car trtal .f an assassin otrv.11J' uf Jnnuury, A..1'. lulu.' '
the parasite have polluted the soil Glenn, Fin while Mrs. Powell "
; the of his : ; "
"lie brings tips finger I Witness ..
III. only here that they can gel the and her sister, Miss Anna McNIel together touches them gently with his to concluded the. weupou with lh. > tli day my of oinulnl l>" signature 1> and Ivoo.IMiill COMPANY ;f' : 4
a larvie on their hands or food to take have returned to Savannah, Ga. Mr. which be .AcceaipllBb bin clime to [. I ::'N (yrjt'I; ); .. .
1+ them Into the mouth. Powell will leave soon lips and spreading/ his band out as carefully destroyed. w that no tray et Or.rIlOlr..IHJo..rt Putnam 6; '..:J
It is only here that they can get the he makes the throw wafts five sweet My J.O. halls w
It rem.lAa.TlIo .
!lame the feet contract Levi! Thompson and wife of Gilman, kisses to Ills liidylove, by IIv. different _. I"
on or ground-
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Illinois, have been guests of their daughter route.-Ch..alfo. Tribune. reason ef his .Is twofold! -first I Notle"of.Application tar Tax Iiwod.Notlvvl .. :r
Itch.Avoid soil pollution and hookworm Mrs. 11. T. Mann, but arc" now occupying of all. ID. possibility exists. that at "" %dale' (1o.l..r.t..r of tltiit tux. Melrose c : .. ':'>'

disease will not uprend. the "Orange Cottage. Why She Wept.Among ors time or etMr the wrupon asrdla a hiss, flluil. said the eurtlnc let ( r.tflu'y: A.il\\;:; ': Christmas r tW j
The larva! live and thrive bcbt In d.nnp, !Mrs Pearl, and Ed. and Ralph sons of the )Muluuies deuceuduDta of a royal. ..r..g841.r be exhibited ,. I bus mule. application for tax deed '
c soil. Chas. Talbot nil of 'ishklll-on-thc- the Spartans thieving is considered avery tile pablto l. cow III""*.u er skew, In uccorniini1, with lawanIt, . : 1
But they cannot live more than about Hudson, New York, are at the "Pal. honorable employment An and necond, there k* a alraaKe impertltiuun Ituntvil emtirafvs In the PulnRm rollovrlnit county ilevorlbKil, Klortdfi.. Ir: '
thirty days at most unless: they gel into metto" for the season with !Mr. and Mrs. English dreiMl extstlna: among reigning I.otil7, lV and !mi, unction a, Suggstions. ::{
human beings. TIIlbol.I traveler being entertained at the f,ran !IS.t-lUV hares. :
I borers that In* exlmeure: of be Innocent The Hftlil .liiiul b>lilK HHiM'iiiH'fl at t ho .
Therefore where soil is already polul- house of one of the mountaineer, took .. '
Mrs. Martha Weber and the IdHuitni'tt uf nfb ovrtlftuiite In tlio
I daughter of but KDhullewed weapons bywfik'b
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i .d, It is only necessary to wail a month Portchcstcr N. some sliver articles from a parking Of J. M. Maxwell. 00. Artistic and Exquisite ; ;
and the larva: will all be dead. Y., are now at home In rulers bare bees dlnputcued toetrrnlty UnlmiiBiild ccrtincate hull 00 ." 1
People who have cleanly habits do their cosy cottage "Major! Villa Uonn." case be had with him to eat bis dinner Is fraught. with peril to their 'Hccordlntf to law tax deed will lute Perfumes-- ',",'"f +.

sot get hookworms. by the mouth. Miss Alma DoTilla will spend the with. At the sight of such costliness! dvkrrndauts. ,on WltnvflH the tell my day ottlulul of jAutinry HlKiinturn A. !>and?, iuh.> (Palmer's ; HUdnut's ; ROjl9tli'1.Oallet'8 ; ;,, :: > .

+ People who wear. shoes do not gel Christmas holidays with her parents. an old woman began to cry the Engllsbtnan -. The method ef destroying these the S4th lily or l>f>c mlwr, A. n. ll-w. < Piver's Bud' Ilou.jgant'e ., ."
them through the skin.. Miss DeTHIa Is leaching at Trenton baring asked what arected! weapon is II carious one. The wooden IuaaIJ[ Clerk ClrvultCourt HENRY 'Z'utnitm' 'I $': 5. ; '
People who go bare-font, but keep off ber so much stocks Hv J.. Ol liulll ). ; \ ;:
d I S.. poluted soil do not hookworms. Mrs. \\'alter Vivian nod two children : portions, such as the of pistol f',."'
; Treatment hookworms get Is simple are enjoying a visit with Mr. Vivian Alas, my good sir" she replied "I or the bandies pulnarda, are burard I Select and Refined .. ;. iI
and very satisfactory. very who is employed in the phosphate dis weep because my son la not here to'" and tIN'metal porlUaa are eaten away Nodes Notices.of Appllcntlon hereby :given: for that Tax MflroM lined. 1 StationeryCrane's -- .:,: "', -* .
Apply to your family phyilclnn. trict.J. rob yon of those beautiful_ thlnr-! lu a bath ".f nitric ...... raalnrtng Co.purtihnMtrof tux c rlirit> I '
LeFlls, of Jacksonville was with us This has been the tusto.n ever since IU tinted the Int day: or June, A. ( Linen Law6, and- : .t'
bu film Bald vvrtlneate In
Redding "400" Market will\ not sell on his usual trip. seeing that our merchants Costly FIrsworks. the attempted uiwasulnatlon" of Queen hue mRde application for tux my deed 1 to Katon-Crane & Pike's 'Xinas ( .'It.
have nice things for Christmas It Is said that the greatest In extentijtid In uccorduncu with law. Hutd 1 ,
any meats on Sunday or accept any orders Isabella of Spain In 1802 by Merlus. "" Box Stationery) ?:
on that day but will Fred Sloddard ; mast costly set piece in firework embraces the following descrlbud (
accept Suuday who recently moved to
Prior to that date the metul work of Itunted In Putnam county KlorUlii, i Imported Combs and i-
orders on Saturday, prepare and keep llasthi t vyaeaiierltctweentrains.lfrs ,, ever shown anywhere in the world was Ix>t.S. 8 and 10 Kvudlo and McHu .
them in firearms or knives was ground or fliejaway 4'ctlon SO township U VU. 1 '
refrigeration Saturday night nvi'Jl s ranxa e.-> Brushes--
t" k hnve them delivered betve..a.nve and [ Ua M. Barney of River Falls, at the St. Louis exposition In 1003 but the blade of toe dagger with The auld lund being KHauRHpd at the i I

six o'clock Sundn.v 6rhitig. Wls.winter, arrivedScdnesdny with Major and 11.Y.to spend. C. 11111 the The display was about 1,000 feet long which Merlim. sought to execute: his or the M.ttumunce P.: Prouty.UnluKB or.suob certificate In the .. (Brushes of Pure Long French. .

at their winter and varied from 100 to 200(> feet In dsrsrdly'tvlmy proved I" .be uf suchxaulalt. sold cprtlflcfite shall b" Bristle). .' :
home "Golden Gables :
aacordlnK to law.tax dnud 1 will issue :
In Extenuation. height This took less than thirty seconds .. temper and bardnem that II '
on the With day or January A. It IV""' Shaving and Manicure
A little girl between four and Ore Rev. J. S. Collier of the !M. E. church to set all ablaze and cost J23.0UO:! resisted .bath file and grindstone. Witness my oftlolal elifnature and .".
of has been In attendance at the annual the Nth day uf IMicemlior, A. I). 11519. Outfits. ; ; : .
years age came running in from Title "became" knewn to tae popular. V'vv .
conference at Lakeland. We glad for each of the two. evening that It [Mnall HENRY } "
,i eliding one day and rzclnliued to herrather to know that Rev. Collier will arc remain WitS shown and the aoi r.ittloos Spaniards twll.T- Clerk Circuit Court Piittmm. Havana Cigars In 'Xmas-: ,$%# ,'Ii:
: "Oh, raainiun did you see me here another year preaching as the past I ed lhat Mrrlns had .... .<< his. weapon By .J (J. Balln. i ]- Packages. *; ;
.. down? 1 went like thunder! year two Sundays In Rodman onu In Enjoyed Trouble with inscleal. gn.llttee.: 'To divest WANTED-Six young ladles ''
To her mother's. astonished question Francis and Ono here. "Flow da. you know Bllggtns\ enjoys them of this aboard belief the satherltle trained as nurses. Must be We invite your juspec ion. -
N a. to wtiuui she bud heard Hay that trouble?" bid 10* weep.. destroyed<< by !I. eighteen and thirty years of age,
the little one replied.Vell.. mamma, Buy your meats at Reddlngs "400" "Because he'd* .tbar be the umpireIn mrlng It In 41".......... a rule tkat educated, healthy and of good AckermanStewartr
you know you .wild one. day 'as quick Markel. Best meats and prompt ser bit .bees feUaw cyst eaxe.. For parttcular.sddressthe I
; a baseball game than one ef the .
ae l lUhtiilng.' and it always thunders vice. Everything; new, prices reasonable I .. atorium Training school Valdosla l Drug Co. ;
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si '.?r. ,.... -- '.- ; ..,.-- O \ Ray'sXmas VJ

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ICoprrteht uot. tor A '''''',,4-- O .VJ
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: L GOOD Old f'| cued chtls'mal O 400 '

i f;; with tt..f">> loge upon 'tho Z 4 U ,
D CandiesBeautiful
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, ;,1'bo. table filled with feasten an' the {
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room a-roarwith mirth,

,, With;+ Jio BtookJa's crammed to bustin''an ua : O' Fancy Boxes and Baskets t@? "
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,snow- -} Pr grM" Do O for Christmas Presents. Kisses,. Butter O '

|\ A good, old fashioned Chris'mai like +
) r t ,tip' : t M 4 DO O Cups and Mixtures. O '
( we bad.ao long ago) .;. rD .

t otv thane ,, s3 t' raro r ,O .Special Prices to Sunday IOp O '::: i'J.;'" "
; the tbing I'd like! to lee '.11'1.1. MV
1 agj'in afore I diii t10 2J ; -
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p, tt School Xmas Trees.liuyler's .
But Chris'ma in { :
'v the city hero-it's DQ J :. .

.. ",, different,, oh, my! IJI/ ; :
with/ the crowded hustle-bustle of O I--I'f''
and ; .;
Nunnally'sCandies
the sltiihy, noisy street ,..
.An'', the soowl\upon the faces of the <"

stranger that you mee'_ (Copyright, tooo, by J Welia cuampnep, (Copyright 1909. bY' o. A. WI".. New. and Specialties.
i From a Coploy" print copyright.: 1UOO. by York.!
Curtis & Cameron.]

Oh there's buyin', plenty of it, of a t1i O ,Besides our regular sue line of Chocon '

of arms upon( the floor. lates and Bon-bons have -
lot gorgeous tOYI.An' we just received
Christmas Well. If think not 0 t\t\ I J
A you they were surprised -
it takes a mint of to .
t money 'you know wry little about the 500 POUNDS of CHOICE CHOCr r-:

please modern girls an' boys. Stouabtoti folks Wbnt they said nobody 'OV LATES in POUND PACKAGES which W '

Why, L'mind the time a jaokknife 4' Goose knows. They nil talked at once
an''a toffy lump for me ditrN but by and by PapA Btongbton had n D O we are selling for the Holiday Trade at {JO

bfa4 j my little heart an'stockin chance to be heard at 29c .
"Where did you get It Baby Deb?" O QD per pound. D
just ohqpk fuU Chris/mas glee. By CHARLES BARON.Cop.rlaht. .
( 190S, by American Pants Asso he ask d. 'f
elationJCtTIUSTMAS "Why, I p'ayed Dod for It," answer1 I
: In Just ax much Deb In tbe most matter of fact wny.
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at the HIKIU (Bland' "Paid Dodr 0.00 Palatka, pq0 '
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OK It U any where else exclaimed Pnpn ames
lu the 'world. 'a 't Stougbton. Dqa ay, Florida O ;

And why not!? "Pajd' Dodl"chorused 'I
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To be sure the nearest land Is ten i- LI the D ,
aillus away and when the winter family. ?
storms tome tile wnTrs dash quite P i' 'Es" respond t1it1i D

over the two acres of rocks out of ed Baby Deb

n which the sturdy lighthouse rises. cODvlncloly."Dadse .
There are no blazing rows of streets ICopyrliht 1KB, by J. Wella Champney.. From a Copley print, copyright: UOI by flood Oysters served in all styles. r's
Curtis & Cameron, Boston.J _
u I lined with toyohnps there no gutber- + r Lord. I p'ayed .O
s lug of fn inllles, .r to him. He Bended .
QI no Christmas breath and mysteriously vanished Into 'Yes, they had good reason to feel It to me dose O

tree loaded another room after beckoning his dismal nt tbe lighthouse. It was no now." 'G. ,
down wftb presents brothers and sinters to follow him. wonder If eve noses were fifty times More q u e stlona 4/2uZ. fiS!

Id ; nothing to which they did almost before, they hud a day Battened despairingly against nod, more I .
I Ya7. ; be seen from the fairly maid "Ab!" the lighthouse windows. Yee; six y of Baby Deb's

o ni"r lighthouse but Baby Deb was noses, for even Baby Deb was anally explanations revealed I s
x. the changing theretoo, someme affected and though she did not know the I whole II _
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ternnd unchangIng what awestruck tbe least thing about tbe weather she story. Funny I

: rocks-water, at the mystery. 9 too. would press her little nose against I :E folks, those I '

on three sides about her but tbe glass In a most alarming way as Btoughtons. but
II on tbe fourth ready to lend the If she thought that >pressure> was the "D D'S EOO&X' IBDOOD. tbey spent tbe I .

a bluff bar help of her win-. only effective thing. ." next ten minutes Homes for< Everybody !

I j of rocks dam If necessary, r ,' It took Borne time for Baby Dab to wiping I their .
eyes aid hugging and and!
.1 kissing
the world "We must have of
realize the Importance having a
An' there's feastin. Think o' feedin'with "
making up new pet names for .Baby
It said 1 1
/: behind < \ goose for Christmas but wben ahe bad
s these stuck np city folk! a; mile awu,. Tomg" grasped the Idea she became ao enthusiast Deb.Papa

Why, you have to speak in whispers.an' ".. are six "Ohr'gaepedhl. on tbe subject She explainedthe Stonghton did say to Mamma
built to
that Dwellings order
Stougbtan night as they were -
there. goIng your
you dar'sn't crack a Joke. audience moved matter to her dolls and was particularly
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and emother by. mingled ,' S explicit with Btnlpln, wltb to bed:
Then remember how the tables looked
And sold the
"A wild It blinded
i I and father amazement and whom Indeed she held very elaborate goose. was by on
all crowded with your kin, and If they admiration and almost painful conversations. the bright light and broke its. neck by
"1 DKS: 1'. NOT poi flying against tbe glass. And. after all,
whistle "
When couldn't hear a
yon cannot make a Tom looked al One tblng became very certain. '
How across the merry 'din. IfVP'IN/' Christmas then them with great, a There was very little prospect of clean wbo shall say the good Lord did not Easy Payment Plan. -
end ItrAt
nobody can Why, Baby Deb alone Is firmness and dig wn1ty. weather within a week and It 'lacked
material enough. of which to make a ii! only three days of Christmas. The all events not a word of explnnn-
. You see, I'm so old fashioned-liks I'don't tire said to Baby Deb and,
was no
Christmas, and a very rollicking. Jolly "Ever duce I "oil. ri.EAsK:, DOOD others gloomily gave up hope, but not If you want one, come and see me at .
, care much for style, sort at Christmas; too but when to was born" be LORD earn: cs A so did Baby. Deb. The truth was she one contradicted. her when she said atdinner

An' to eat your Chris'mas banquets her you add Tom aud Sue and Ann went 00."we- DOOSII":! bad a plan and you know when one next day: once, at my office No. 1, fcanova Build- .

J+ a here I wouldn't ga a mile. and Ike and Sam-well, the grim old have bad a roast goose for Christ- baa a plan one bus bope too. Tod's noose Is deed"Chol.s .

Y I'd rather have, like Solomon, a lighthouse fairly overflows with Christmas toes. Mamma Btoughton bad only recently Ing. Office Hours: 10 to 4 and 7 to 8. '

good yarb dinner set every Wth of December.If Ever since be was born! It might been having a series of talks with Dickana on Chrlstmai. -

With real''old friends than turtle It la a lonely old. one eyed light- bare been a hundred years before, Baby Deb GO the Important question '"It la. a wonderful thing." wrote
house, baa It.not a chimney? And do from Tom's tone and manner and the of prayer, and It bad occurred to Baby Charles Dickens, "the period of Christ- F. J. Cunningham.
%'t> soup with all the nobs you'd get. not children there have stockings- audience was'tremendously Impressed. Deb that the goose was a good subject mast I I wonder bow many hundreds

good long stockings? Indeed they "And," continued the orator, "we for prayer. It was a very clearcase of thousands of parent. have discovered .

Me. There's my next door neighbor, Ourley have. And docs not Christmas eve must hare one now. We .will have one to her The at CbrlHtma time, under tbe

,;' -fancy ]tow his brows Vd see them all temptingly bung so Invitingly nowf .- goose was necessary. magic of tbe season-tbrougb some little
limp and empty, under the They' almost'stopped breathing. Why not little thing done by son or daughter .
lifeIf mantplfthelfl "And does. not Christmas "I bare a plan." Tbey shuddered 11, ask for It. then -that those they thought estranged
I'd holler? "Merry Chris'mas! mornln*-very early, mind yon-neealznmdunted. and drew nearer. "We all-must com- I, The great dlffl from them, by these things which --- .- -

Caught, old fellow I Chris'mas white robed ghosts "performing bl6e I" r 1 cult, was to Dod come between still loved them with a ......_..... :> ............ .............................. ._.....
gifti'aLordy my terli"u4 ceremonies around "Ohl" In chorus. a secret place for memory more tender than they had .,. '77SOJ': :: : _'_''''_ '_ '_::7 ::::I'II''; ;

sakes. Yd like to try it I six huliflrtjc atmIcings. ? ,"Do you want goose, Sue?" I I her devotions, for dreamed of. Jr ,
Ab. then If you suppose. tbat that "Yea. Indeed'" the family very "I wonder .how many sons and J
Guess he'd have fit.
nearly
a cunning old gtmtleinnn Santa Claus "Tou Sam?" well flUed the daughters tinder the magic Influence, 5'' r
Hang this city stiffness, anyways! doUR not know hew to find a chimney,, .Tes." lighthouse' and of Christmas have bad their hearts We \"

I can't get used to it even when the cold waves; are pelting "Ike?" : } Baby Deb understood softened so as to be moved by some I.! are showing Manicure Sets, "I"I

It 'with frown spray drops. ten miles "Do I- ?- weill- that prayers little manifestation 'of love by fatheror / ,
from land you little know what remarkable "AnnT" : ought to be mother, which they would have
gift be baa that way. "Tes. slrP' *\i quietly and secretly thought little of. perhaps despised at (t Brushes, Combs, Mirrors, and Silver ''j v..i'

And the Christmas dinner they. have "Me, _too." said Baby Deb with made any other season." 'i' S e
there. ...the Knnae. the brown crisp: greet earnestness for It Was clear to ;! The place was .
)(it1St juicy. melting roast goose: What her that It was a question of eating found, however Why H* WH Deaf. Novelties in great t variety for Gift

would thnt dinner be without that and she did not wish to be left olit. .. Just In front of Scene -Stable of Scottish village Inn.
goose? What, Indeed! "Of course you, too you deary dum- tbe lighthouse Landlord Is busy repairing a piece' of r! \i i h

But once-tbey turn pale at tbat Bllng. said Tom. "Now, then" be wall a broad harness and IB carrying on at the came I. Purposes. A wide range of pieces ,
lighthouse now when they. tblnk of It- continued when order was restored, ledge of rocks. time a conversation with the vlllngv
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they came very. near having no. gooae ."What shall we contribute I'U give TCP BY step: pAr generally washed blacksmith. Enter farmer '
for dinner on Christmas day I my new sailboat That ought to bring TCB: PATTKB.: by the waves but Farmer Look here, landlord! Can P I.t at all Prices.SMITH. ,itLmdr
It came about lu this. way. Papa-ah. DO cents." nt low tldo. even la this bad weather ye gle me a bottle o' yer beat whisky? "

If you could' only .hear Baby. Deb tell His new aallboat! Why, be had only out of water. Tbe other children bad Landlord-Weel. ye see tbe horses
about It It would be wortb tbe jour made It and hail not even tried It been forbidden/ to go there because It are a' out, an' I dlnna ken wben ony o' 1.Ii

I ne,. But you cannot, of never mind-Pupa Stonpbton. tbe lighthouse sacrifice: Whe could hesitate now? cautioning: Baby Deb. So tbere abe no a horse I want; It'ea ,
i keeper you know, bad lout all "I'll give my shells" anld- Sue hero went and In her Imperfect way bogged bottle n' whisky. 3f
his money In a savings bank that' bad ically. bard for the. gooae.dErlstmaa Landlord-Aye. ; but ye see they're. a
pit bit awa', an' If II be late before i Palatka
failed early In thai December.A Florida. \f}
"My sea mouse*. sighed! Ann. l eve came, and still there the Brat o' tbem'e back. I ,
; goose IB really net a very exen- 1l
aloe fowl but If one baa not the "Tou may lake my .hark' teeth. was no goose Dnby Deb was puxiilcd, ; Farmer (l ullerlIto'il ye it's no' a r
aid Ike. the others were gloomy Still Baby horse. but a bottle o' whisky I want.
money' of course one cannot buy even whales tooth," sitla Sam. I.rv
"And my Deb would nut give op. It would! be
thing. Papa could Landlord-Weel, ye see, tbe !beasts 'II
a cheap Stongbtou: Tbo sacrifice wlllllleu..rRL The lighthouse low tide about 7 o'clock. Sbe knew -

so not before afford all a goose.the family He. said so--said n-iitiM< jrtclil up Its treasures."Alt that for she bud naked.. She would be tired an'FarmerClang- awa1 wl' ye an' yer ....,-,.-.clCc.c:.-! .".,:.-.""" -.E_..c_:. _.", _._.......cL.....:. :.
rl ht.811'' Tom. "Now lot'atell
mae her last trial. She hud hope -
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The says that the sllnoce that fell father"And
but the others knew nothing
yet as Exit. I
upon that family then was painful tohear. father I was l tolJ, and for aomretion '
asweUin"till l looked at one another with of liar plume they bud absolutely\ no BI.ckBmltb-Mllo, John ye're KPftln
Then heart it keeps They look of the
your I be pretended to out
To them It curtain tbat
it nearly busts your side.An' I I eyes .... wide that It's a mercy they window 'er1odd"nl", but he ,didnot. bope. was as deaf as a doorpost. It wsann''" a I STRAWMILLrONa pud
there could be no Christmas at
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could ever shot them again. goose horse, but a bottle o' whisky I the uiun :
'' aohln'witlt He wiped bin eyes, and Mamma -'i' ,
are "
by night your 'jaws last their house that year. was aaktD for. kw
"No goose! at cried'Tom. who I
your smile four inches was tbe oldest. Stoughton wiped I .tier spectacles and Seven! o'clock (,came and Baby Deb Landlord-Ou. aye I beard bln nn... ........ hnlthr._na---. .. OF THEM Cswm.rol.l VaitotlM.CHATTANOOGA .
t winked hard and said: .
very
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from the roomand down
crept softly but be dldm for tbe last bottle he
wide "No goose r cried ,throthers la pay
"Bless tbflr ben .t.I" NURSERIES
An' the wont one.you'd ,.ho...... nil .* your enemy, ;;; -t' ;; -DII-; : For, you see, these parents were a little. bit and slipped our Into the 809 MlMlon Ridge CHATTANOOGA TENN.
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at time advoalahlngSculpln
just grab his]hand an say t busy very elmple hearted folk/and It seem darknesu-really did Blip, for It was ---- .. -- .. -
Th Ord.r of the
her mot troublesome child Bath. '-
"Mebbe both of John. ed to them very affecting that the rocks and abe
us was wrong, for being so- dirty Baby Deb said very Icy on the sat The last Knlgbla of the Bulb ,made
Corns, let's shake. It's Chris'mas "No dooset" after all the others were children should make such aacrlflcesto down very hard. However she wall according lathe ancient forms were at SEED IRISH
day. quiet. procure the goose tor Chrlatmas."And vary chubby and did uot mind It. She the coronation of Charles II., when POTATOES.
what does Baby Deb contribute
crawled around tbe
cautiously to big
various rites and ceremonies, of ,
No
That made them all laugh. doubt one
,Mighty tittle Chris'mas" spirit seem they: thought that atter all ao long aa a? joke."I asked. Papa Stougbton by Wayof cheeks rock, the and keen pelting wind her nipping wltb the her fresco round which was bathing were enforced. \Ve can furnish EXTRA SELECT: Spauldings/ Rose No. 4 and
Deb there It would be According to ProlHsart. the court
was
Ito dwell 'tween city walls, 1 Christmas Baby anyhow, goose. or DO gooae. des I's not dot audio. wall BabyDeb's drops of spray.. She knelt down. barber prepared. a bath and the ran- j, Red Ulisa Triumph Seed Potatoes, also Armour's\ Irish Potato Far't{

; Where each snowflake brings a soot- 80 they were happy for n moment until reply wben" the' matter was explained "- "Ob. please, dood Lord, send aa a lldate for membership. In t the order 'i i tilizer at prices that are right. Our stock of Seed Potatoes
to her. 'cent, 00 tote Sttilpln, doom. We wants a douse. ..wtoLWoo" was t
1 flake for a brother* it falls- the thought came that.rout goose was having been iipdrcsiteil. by his esquires. I|
Ob. what a laugh there wall then toad Lord?" for 1
you please, planting is not store stock.
grown
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ITighty little Chris'mas spirit, an" irood. on Ohrlatmns even with Baby was thereupon placed la the bain his i grocery
for If'ever there was. a maimed I and Thud tell something right alongsideof I I
Deb, and then they looked dismayed clothe and rollers being the ", rqlli. j
I'mpinin', don't you know, demoralized dolt It was' Htulpln. But* bar."Ob '
sites of tbe barbvr.. He then ,
again. was removed -
For a good old fashioned Chris'mas However when Papa Stongbtoa explained Baby. Deb waa bugged and kneed aa what's dot?* she 'ezclnJmed.puttlnll' from the water' to> the words Kennerly Seed Store PALAgRn>A
*. like had long If she bud contributed a lump of 110101In.t..ct her band out "Why It..a ,
we so ago. [ "May this be an honorable bath t"l 1
110. 8klrmieh. how It was tbey saw It SB I of a little bundle of raga. looaoT! aba cried. with/ scream of "eIIlCbt. yon" and was plac-d In a plain .p "Send for our New Seed Catalogue, contains and
r-bo yokels weN etijoylnir the fuo of plainly as be .did. and aa titer made Papa Stougbtou! and. Tom were toM *.. her hand canto la contact wltb quite wet and naked to dry. As aoon. : pages
I out to.. lie mallllnnd 'thet Oral clear u A beauty ,
no more complaint. Only Tom fellttblnklag > a Boft. warm feathery body. :1217-2t
"t,fair 'jseolng an -old 1 fiddler playj aa he wile quite dry be was removed '
j,;lu thastreet some of thorn. went and ,wb n the others saw day to bur the goose; but. alae. a stormtame She forgot to give a "thank you" for from the bed. dressed. In new and rich a WB B- iaiiaBB B aa _aa5BBM -BaiB at __ ____ ----'
what he was doing they did the same on.anj they were forced to watt the goose but she was thankful, thoughnot t "" "L "-.""" -
to him, and one, haudlntf him two- apparel and conducted by his sponsors j
the difference being' that Tom was for It 'to go down I It did not go down.It every much surprland.. She really '1 i '
"Battle .
..aakexl hint to-play the to the chapel where h* offered n tnptr
I to' think what be) could do Id It / .'" wore and .ivurse.. The, windanrleked had expected It. '
trying A trial Advertisement
I rllna I rU],,,J'add 'to I be honor of Clod nnd n penny; plerr1to in .The'
Hddler.,took'tha liiuuey and get the goer anyhow and! they were i bud oiouned and wrestled K\ was a heavy. load for Baby Deb' the honor or the king./ Then ht>* .
before. trying to think what be was thinking with thw lonely tower.and the waveahutled I but ah. was excited and did not notice "
iii |iluil n way tbe same ea went to the monarch and. kneeling "', '
about ao that they could think (hesame themselves at It and washed It. She mad h..r way Into th. '
"tl.l.ht getting tired uf tble.'the before him; rwrlreil from the royal.
-all except Baby D U.-of court eve" and over tin Island and no boat lighthouse. sad, ..e.b\ step putter.. News will
1 Odntlil convince
the
In u again i went" aver V-V> sword a tan no the shoulder, the king of the
lu Uliii.-UI. man that'snttle who. being only four yean old. gave .could have.lived at all\ In such' weather !1 patter. abe Went upstairs end burnt. all exclalnilnir. Artm fir' -." mid lien. .u you ,
of Stlrlliiir 1Irletl>l.*a* Into the. sitting room crying embraced bin, saying "B thou a god
= tbougnta of others. Her own. thoughts but If it .be .a CJurlstmas dinner ah. exultantly l "11'. tquiuivd.' It'. turn
n'. r.oIled| tbs old fiddler : night, and true."-lj>ndnn "I 1'..nil
jr KlclriuUll; before the battle.- took all her:time' tbom" IJ 1|I I lueUl" as tilt grail: goner felt from herr Uagaslne. Merits of this '
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THE PALATKA .

NEWS'\\ Servants of Nature Gives Timely Warnings That
4't' and I No Palatka Citizen Can A/lord t.

Entered at the Palatka poatofllcc as to Ignore. W. A. errydoy C

mailable matter of the second class. of the Santa Claus DANGER SHiN AL NO. 1 come .

Published at Palutka, Florida, on m Story from the kidney accretions. They 0'.1 .1I

Fridays by will warn you when the kidneys are Dealers ,
i RUSSEL.L.OKIZRS.. b By JAMS A. BDCERTON.. II ok. Well kidneys excrete a clear
Copyright( loot.by American Pike Aaao amber fluid. Slok kidneys lend outa .

f fill mm. IUSSELL. E.ll.r First Christmas.AND ola.tlon.1) thin, pale and foamy or a thick, I Crate Materialof -
}+ __. _- m_ ___ -- uaunl conception of Snnta rtd, Ill-amelUnir urine, full of sediment
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THE la that of n ratber Inno and Irregular of paxsatco. .

THE MESSAGEOF iiBaophlatlcated. though DANGER HIGNAt NO. :3 comes all Kinds. -'
CHRISTMAS. = benevolent. old cutlvmau. who from tbe buck. Back pains dull and j .' .?:/'

The stupendous fact In all history TlelU all the houses/ In Christendom heavy, or sharp and i uute.., tell you .. .
most In the sixth month the angel Gabriel was sent from >'bl' night of Dec. 24 and leaves prOtoenl..tct' of sick kidneys and warn you of the II : ,
the Incarnation of our Lord Jesus and :
Is ; nndBright' Fruit
of dinbetna .
unto a city of Galilee, named Nazareth, to a all good children and even re.members approach dropsy '
Christ. It rises like a giant mountain dldeftsa. Doiin'H Kidney -_
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> virgin espoused to a man hose name was Joseph, of some who are not to good. and ?
Villa cure slok kldnnya cure
dwarfing all other events. the house of David; and the virgin's nome was Mary. And the But this idea -falls to do the busy old them permanently. Hare la proof in 1 '; w

Christmas Is the Joyous festival which angel came In unto her, and said, Hail, thou that art highly saint full Justice. As a matter of :fact, the statement of a nerbv resident. Vegetable "

brings us near to this greatest fact of the favoured, the Lord Is with the: blessed art thou among women. he has to be quite op to date to attend Mr*. E. R. Hinton 121 Brave St.. l .
world's history, and yet, as the message his numerous customers. aeIs so St. Augustine, Fla., ."y.-: "],<'or .: ..'.
And when oho saw him, she was troubled nt his saying,
sounds forth, we are some much a man of affairs that It Is necessary some time my kidneys were very ;
once more feel that In and cast In her mind what manner of salutation this should be. for him to adopt modern methods weak and Irregular passages of the Wraps. (II .
time,.saddened because we And the angel said unto her, Fear not, Mary: for thou hast !Nowadays it Is essential for kidney secretions, caused me great )

this hurrying ace there are fewer who favour with God. And, behold, thou shalt conceive In every large business to .be carried out annoyanoH. My back also ached and f
mad rush of life to adore me In misery most of the time.I "
in the kept
pause thy womb and bring forth and shalt call his through nn of assistants and .
a son, name army
with the shepherds In the stillness of the I'fouud JESUS. lie shall be great and shall bo called the Son of the deputies,.and who, pray has a larger "' a>i when unable I to first rest arose well and I felt mornings all- Pal atka Florida. :: rt

3; night, or to Journey with kings to Iny Highest: and the Lord God shall give unto him the throne of business, than Santa Claus Whdn be tired out and devoid of energy. I .. ,

I their gifts before the Holy Child. his father David: And he shall reign over the house of Jacobfor first started In the Christmas line it tried severed remedies but received t :
{? But, on the other hand no age has might have been possible for him to no relief until a friend .advised me to
and of his kingdom there shall be end.-Luke I li
ever no i
take Doau'a Fills. I feel
better understood the angel's message of make a personal visit to all the homes Kidney
The 26 to 33, inclusive. where his gifts were expected but stronger and better In every way:! -- -- -_ ..- - - -
pjace and good will, to man. "
clouds may hove, In a measure, hidden m ---- -- -- the now all that is changed.the So be drafts boy. since For kale using by them.all dealers. Price 60 cents l Y.YtYiV Y.V Vh4S d1rh'W1' w 11-ff hwh'1iV1' +Y ':' :'
has the And It came to pass in those days that there went out a exprpssmnn. messenger
t the heavenly host but never Poater-MHburn Co. New York, :
Buffalo
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Impressed decree from Cresar Augustus, that all the world should bo 1
11 mandate been more deeply sole agents for the United States. '
Peace rule the world war, the barbarous taxed. (And this taxing was first made when Cyrenlus was
must
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resort of the semi-civilized, must F" governor of Syria) And all went to be taxed, every one Into take Remember other tile name-uoan'n -and A Christmas Suggestion \ ::
no
end Good will must reign between his own city. And Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of .
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,. man and man between employer and a. the city of Nazareth into Judica: unto the city of David ..rD s.

wt employed. The world's blessings mubl t which Is called Bethlehem; (because he was of the house and Hindoo Playing) Cards. ;r .:

be diffused as Is the sunlight The slate lineage of David): To be taxed with Mary his espoused wife The Illmlun |plll'IIi/l /( iiiulH me Hourly '

must make wrong doing hard, right doIng B being great with child. all circular, mid ciuli 111'" rt'prt'Runta 'k

'u easy Joy no longer must be the And so it was, that, while they were there the days were some blHtorli" ui' rc'tgloim,. "\"lit. '

accomplished that she should be delivered. And she brought -- Handsome Box of
heritage of the fen, but the possettion r A Holiday ,
forth her first born and Not Dcsirtd.
of the many. To be well born to be son, wrapped him In swaddling _
Having at enormous pains got her ,
of all who a clothes and laid him In a manger; because there was no room
well must be the right come length breadth and tblcknesn about "
STEEL DIE EMBOSSEDSTATIONERY
for them In the inn. ,
Into the world. right the woman heaved n sigh of re
C: This Is the angels' Christmas message And there were In the same country shepherds abiding In lief. "No fuiTrth dimension In mine. If .
ffi the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. And lo .
translated Into our modern thought and you plcasel" she exclaimed with unrnlstakablc for .
4r the reason why we understand It Is, because the angel of the Lord camp upon them, and the glory of the D feeling .

humanity is a sacred thing, for humanity Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid. Some aver that tbe feminine mind :.

and God are one. And the angel said unto them, Tear not: for, behold, I bring Is not nthractcd by metaphysics -anyway I $1.00.ENGRAVED :"' S .

t To us, Individually, the thought of tile you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. I I-Exchange. : i..

the bed the Moth.' ; For unto you Is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, -
lowly estate, manger I
which is Christ the Lord. And this shall be a sign unto you; Out In the Rain. I
the Child
er maid, and Holy bring a Joy It Is particularly aggravating when '
S
Ye shall find the babe wrapped In swaddling clothes, lying In
does dim and do not ;
that time not
years tMI yon get caught In the rain with your' CARDS also .
And SAHT umrra: This JD.PB-.IU. .
the of Christmas a manger. suddenly there was with the angel a multitude ;I '
May weather
dispel. message new hot to see by the ofliciul
of the heavenly host praising God, and saying Glory to the postman, the delivery man and a ti..
clearer to us all. May we understand report that the precipitation was only
grow :
God In the highest and earth good will toward whole lot of other folks into his serv ;: make Presents. Prices :
i even although still dimly, the full. on peace, : six: one-hundredtbs of an Inch.-Ohio appropriate -

i ness of the claim to "rejoice with them ; men. ( ice.For example be appoints aa deputies State Journal. ..

that do rejoice," to give our soul lo : And it came to pass, ns the angels were gone away from at least half a million extra ex reasonable.
and wllh them Into heaven, the shepherds said one to another, Let us Idleness makes each Blow progress
share the gladness to "weep pressmen In the United States alone. :
them that weep," touched In our deepest now go even unto Bethlehem and sec this thing which is Ordlnarlly the express companies have that misery easily catches It at the -
first turning of the roadway.
nature by their sorrow. May the come to pass which the Lord hath made known unto us. about that number of employees, but .

coming year bring us all nearer to hu And they came with haste, and found Mary, and Joseph, during the two weeks before Christmas The Palatka News.

manity's great needs. and the babe lying In a manger. And when they had seen it, when Santa calls on them to carry ,

Our life like with ; they made known abroad the saying which was told them so many of his packages, they have
Is pipes
an
,
organ
concerning this child. And all they that heard it wondered to double their forces. To gain an Idea /WWMMIWW
and banks of but
and keys only
slops of the immensity of the burdens the -A
nt those things which were told them by the shepherds But Cough
the player can create the music. May old gentleman' Imposes on them a few .. ..
these -- -- ---- -- --- -- -- -- --- ----- --
all and --- -
Miry kept things pondered them in her heart. -
k s our souls' harmonies be fuller, richer, figure are necosanr)'. The Christmas
and deeper) taking more lofty flights And the shepherds returned glorifying and praising God for packages delivered by the express ''V109IhtblIl7dlsl1e61"JSV3'IfIItD' />: :: ; ';' 'Iglllatil9sC,7'LftEIClAAi710t"GRq110.11EntlaY'IIRGiItblaJi:; : : _t'rIrlIldln' ::;

more tender cadences, as the westering all the things that they had heard and seen, as it w..s told untoI. companies in the city of New York Medicine i."Mitchell" i.

light floods In upon us, and the shadows them.-Luke 2: 1 to 20, inclusive._ alone amount to over two millions. InCtil'iigo i Palatka Automobile & Supply Company Ain
and Philadelphia about a tnO-
longer grow. Pectoral Is a
Ayer's Cherry
: Now when Jesus was born In Bethlehem of Judea. In the hop and a half each In Boston ever a : .
This and the days of Herod the king there mIllion and In other cities a proportionate regular cough medicine, a
is j Just a private tip, only I.' behold came wise, men from
: number. When It is reflected medicine doctor'sh1cdiclnc. and "Maxwell"AUTOMOBILES
, way you can verify It Is by putting It lo the east lo Jerusalem saying, Where Is he that Is born King of strong a -
.e
that Ibl.II I\ an average of nearly one
the*test of experience: Your own home the Jews? for we have seen his star In the cast, and are come Good for easy
and
r for
package every waD, woman I
Christmas will be richer and have a ;W"l to worship him child and that there are somethingover coughs, hard coughs, desperate -

finer flavor if your good will has over \\hcnlierod\ the King had heard these things, he was eighty millions of men. women coughs. If your doctor -

flowed in the direction of some stranger troubled and nil Jerusalem with him. And when he had and children In Uncle Sam's domain endorses It for your case,.take Marine and Stationery

child whose stocking is almost certain gathered the chief' priests and scribes of the people together the stupendous proportions of this it. If not, don't take it. Nevergo r Gasoline En ines.and 9 t r

to be empty Remember, the only reason he demanded of them where Christ should be born. Christmas buittnees can be realised. : contrary to his advice. Supplies, A

we have any Christmas at all is thai m And they said unto him, In Bethlehem of Judica: for thus It Is On account of the expense of sending Plumbing and SheetMetalWork.

a stranger Child was once given the written by the prophet, "And thou Bethlehem, In the land of packages by express It18\ estimated w. '_ .
that few If any of these Christinasbiludles W. baD'." fcloolio.'
courtesy of a stable. Juda, art not the least among the princes of Jude, for out of A ,. from our mtK-Uoio.** ,
worth less than (2, while
are Repairing a Specialty. ..4X7Palatka (. 1
thee shall come a Governor, that shall rule my people Israel" some of them are 'valued at hundredsof ; tierspub.uitiourformul; W eon* urge...It roe yourdootov to =

An editor who publishes a paper in a p a: Then Herod, when he had privily called the wise men, enquired dollars" It la thus seen that the I I

county from which the majority of the of them diligently what time the star appeared. Christmas business. handled by tbe ex- The dose of Ayer's Pills Is small, only Florida. .

ti people have driven the licensed saloon And he sent them to Bethlehem and said Go and search pros companies alone represents a one at bedtime. As a rule, laxative doses '
t and Inserts whiskey advertisements diligently for the young child; and when ye have found him, vulue of hundreds of millions Ire better than cathartic doses. For constipation 11II G"' !1110CC/1wIIC'LEBI10g1ENEMJ9IIJafpEllli, ': :: ,.. ,i11111iI1IIWIIC'1II11Ji'1D1III1IIJI\1/SI! \/ t_t p pPutx 1

t_ bring me word again, that I may come and worship him also. This does not take Into account the biliousness dyspepsia, sick .
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--
the -
therein is doing to
more corrupt eat number of bundles carried by headaches, they cannot be excelled.
When they had heard the king they departed, and lo tbeI a* -. -:;.
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morals of the people of that county than sue I the. messenger boys. I In the four cities Ask your doctor about this.
'I a score of blind tigers. And we knowof star which thay saw In the east, went before them till It came above' mentioned these amount te nearly -R.d.b7 the' J.O.Ala. Co.. Lowell Hall--: == ::: .am.: : Eb.a.rr.c.a.oy: :: : : E' E- IRPAL.ATKA.

such an editor who holds up this class and stood over where the young child was. When" they saw I a bait million In number. The Jo- FLORIDA UI

of people to> public condemnation I the star, they rejoiced with exceeding great Joy. And when vUU old saint could scarcely set along For

r t Blind tigers arc generally operated by an they were come Into the house they saw the young child without their help.In New and Up-to-Date 1- Chemicals, Druggist '

element noted for their Ignorance and : with Mary his mother and fell down and worshipped him: addition. It Is necessary for Santa! Patents. -.1.1a }5.

their lawlessness. A whiskey advcr and when they had opened their treasures they presented unto Claus. to enlist tbe services of an army Furniture and PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY >, "I.

Using In a dry county him gifts; gold, and frankincense, and myrrh Matthew 2: of extra store clerks delivery wagons House Furnishing Goods I GARDEN SEED Agents Mallory -"
newspaper may
I.: 1 to 11, inclusive. and teamsters. It can readily be seen ._ .- : L ___+!::5: '5. c. : -== Ae- .. ,
not be able to be reached by any legal that for a couple of weeks he Is about at very low prices .
/ p ocesi, but it is more openly defying tbe biggest business man on earth. If -- - ----- "'.
.. do to
the moral law and the Intent of the civil U bis army were one of war rather than u. rnPlK BAii.cr, j. Wuna HILI.IARD ."j

code limn the poor Ignorant negroes pence he could conquer the world. PrMtdonc... Boer and Trees ':'
who have recently been apprehended. Then be musters In a large array of R. S. Mooney

When this editor condemns the blind Christian Endeavor Travels in den fruit and we saw more shipping- Bnlvntlon' Army and Volunteer lads The G. Loper Bailey Co

tiger he is conspicuously inconsistent Florida. I tivity\isitcd.here than at any other place Palatka Florida. .,1

i__. Tallahassee True Democrat.Chrirtmas .j .
The last of '
Continuing our account. about fourteen Endeavor Fire: Insurance: .
----. -- There were but a few days spent In centers visited was Ocala where the hostess Undertaking!; and Embalming.
Tampa and these were in the beautiful was Mrs John Hopkins on Osceola
f Firecrackers.la new home of Mr and Mrs. David Read. street. As no Sunday woo spent here it Leading American and Foreign 'j
many parts of the south fur jvii'p: 1'hu former Is president of the City was not possible to attend Junior l European' Restaurant ,
after the civil\ war It was Christm'"i Union and both are ,zealousworkers in meeting of the society In the Christian Companies '-i; j
h instead of the Fourth of July that was the Tampa Heights Presbyterian society. church, but Mrs. Coleman called on us
the scnsou for firecrackers. Every \\'o also met State President innard and told of the children's faithful work. Furnished Rooms ''
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Christmas the storekeeper laid 1 In large and Mrs C. C. \\llsky. leader of the The Christian churches of Florida each Hot and Cold Baths Life Insurance: fll
Christian church societies No Sunday year appoint some one to over-see Junior
supplies of firecrackers, and the small
was spent in Tampa so it was impossl work In societies existing, and if possi \ .. .
boy of that period felt sadly slighted AtCHAS The Old Reliable "Germania
i ble to attend any Endeavor meetings In ble organize more. This is Mrs. Cole ,
l by Santa Clans an lens| he found at the city. man's loving care and it was good to EASY AND SAFE TO USE .
least one of bin stockings stuffed with Nov. 5-7 was the dale of the good thus gain from her much knowledge of KUPPERBUSCH'SPalatka. J..ife" of New York ..

bunches of the little red explosives In convention held for Orange and Osceola not only her own society but those of Fla. INEXPENSIVE ,
these districts such a thing as a firecracker district at Orlall J on this fourth of July woe unknown combination of loyally to the interests favor 'more denominational leaders in ou0ODDIJQ OGcmagQuggggU l.
Of Into years, however the of the convention manifested by local every church having Christian Endeavor a r I KILLS LICE Marine Insurance: .' ,
t Lndcavorcrs all the nnd if these workers are wide-awake .
societies the district
In
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firecracker ball been restored to its
and Its officers. Such enthusiasm they can be of great assistance to the -t g| Let us know your :o s The Leaclimg CompaniesAll
proper date In nearly every community, officers of our denominational Stale I "n r
of course brought its result of the "best STOCK.I
: J and Christmas noise I id confined chiefly ever" convention of the district Four Union.In II ON ALL LIVE

P to the blowing of boron and the beatIng visitor stale officers were present, Supt. Ocala St. Petersburg, Eustls I Grocery II I Claims
of toy diums. Linn bringing the progressive\ atmosphere Tampa and Orlando members of the | I I IC3SINFECT8.CLEANSES.. Promptly

t of St. Petersburg with him. Allen Christian Endeavor League Union I Settled. .
Treasurer of DeLand were met, who gave cheerful tidings of
Roseborough
What's In a Name there, and the district's faithful president was progress in their division of our organization TUB SAntT ADD Tat mSaSNOBB HOT. I Wants PUR1FII. *. ,
I'opa-Doys. what do you want for In Florida ,
Mrs. J. W. Miller superintendentof and lasses to gather and cook Christmas a rB Office 116 Front St. JFalatk.,"Fotl) Idw.
Christmas? N bag that II to
Home to !
reached many ass
I Missions for the State union was Nov. 20th, having dinners for the and to > t I !
f Billy-1 want n bobsled. From Orlando we went to Winter been away nearly eight ecks., Thankful distribute his poor help I' and we will be pleased to n aeessstty on 1'I'.ry'' ''. ,: .
Bobby-I want a blllygnnt. Park as the guest of Mrs. May Denning, to God for His protection during district. Be present ID tbe tenement ''g furnish you with the best :jj jjs n i ,
never forgers the
these travels with renewed needy.
r the local and district Junior superintendent courage !
";,ii-Suppose( yon iiwap. / CUM
The time past quickly here one work began In the office here. It Is But among his great array of deputies > goods obtainable at surpri.- rn MANaC.SCAB, 'VVI-IITBS ::'. }

t Naturally.1VInt day being devoted to machine work on probable that the winter will be passed ) let us not forget the postman. ingly I low prices. "" J RIMGWORMBCRATCHE1rDestroys ,'
j ,' wiw :Ninth wife, pu> ?" a borrowed typewriter. There was a quietly In what we sincerely hope will Who baa not seen the faithful servant ream Vermifuget
M.II", n or Ar<'. my 1.>OT. Now run delightful drive around Winter Park be fruitful service for Christian En. staggering under his great loads on i g: None but First-clnsB goods ua All Disease Germs

I I I sw'ey-iIiplue0lt'a.. .. / and the college campus and a good time deavor.Interlachcn Grace A. Tow nscnd. Christmas morning? The business find shelf room here. We *" -
all through.It Fla. done by Uncle Sam's poetofflce for tbe nivtsi AWAY ruts THE 6UXRXITEED
"Men Whom the Spoils of Office was a tedious railroad the not-many two week before Christmas !la just a: want to oonviuceyouof this, g ga
miles on to Eustls, where convened the Tbftro to more Ca'Krrh In cm*naocion or 'heooon.r BOa eats n
Cannot about double what It .la at so come and tee for yourself U
Buy. Ch"D.\I\ th"r llmiuixa put bather, ordinary WORMREMEDY
convention for Lake and Sumter district
and until tun. I...ttttr rvius ..... j tore time.. All Ii
uppo this Is because of Santa
j' frank VValpolo, editor of The Mnna There were but four sessions none as Incu-.bla.. Par a "..... ni.iiy-.r> doom"pranounrel : or, phone your order in to jj AckermanStewartDrug n h
well attended they should have I 1C* boat dlHuwt* und prHaittMilluoul Claus. ao the extra clerks and postmen .
as been
two Record and olIlroward .
a strong supporter ,, T No. 84 and it will receive u
In the la-it sentttmluL primary but there was some practical conferences ouro with ranuidli'local'0,treatment and 1 b 7 conjitautly primounoeil fat It Ing-luou to,. needed mast be credited up to him. g Co.ties 'HI

will support Senator Taliaferro for ro a fine Junior rally and election able aftrnat bin. proven| oattrrn to baaoontltart'iiialul.eao Easily Explained.A a prompt and careful atte'- .t ).
election. VValpolo Is one of the bright of officers for the new year. :: and therefore requires \
Uluxguw cubby bed fare
1 once aa a
irea mi'nl. Hall Catarrh cure,
cst editors the state and was pointed tooth Lake Weir was tho next stop m-nurautureu by r L' benny 4 Co. Toledo. an Inverness minister and bli: wife 1 uu t.... ..aa __ q ..w..llai THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
treasurer of Manatee county by Governor plnlf.ploce.Jere\ we were entertained Uhlo u the oniy eone'Itucional our* on cbmur.et. j Free deli very. ; ,
Brownrd by Mrs. Alice Reed the well-known .It t cut kou Int.rnulllu doeee from 10 He had to drive them through tbe ..Waa..elwiT.vresa.. -
t Brownrd Now that l Is no longer --- ---- .
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"In the saddle" It Is highly probable Junior Endeavor worker and at "Pleai- drool. t> ceaetoonlul i !' UOM dlreol.f tin irta poorer districts of Ibe city and on TN..aanlne VMLV ST
blood and niunoua eurfaopa of the .
that he will find many of his former and Hills," estate of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. olr.r one huudred ditllara for any areiemThHy c...II reaching their, destination the mlulater.at 1 L. C. ..Administrator's Notice. Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
supporters on the other side of the political Uphara. On Sunday there was a three ..II. to oar. Bend for circular. and ".&lmo- tbe annie. time bandlug cabby his Stephens .T. LOUIS. MO. F'I
fence in the next primary. The miles ride over the rolling country of nl.l.dolr legal fare, asked: Notlre In' thirty any
-. f J. CHEKIT CO, Toledo,O.flnM from; the. date .h"r.f.l:: \ I Hold by Aokarman' .".. Itrust Co. n,
bun never did support Broward for a Marion county to church services at "by price tad." Vliy lire there ao many poor people n Grocer the entntaO.0. Long. cltieftuiuKt., will apply of and I, H. HaugMon.
.tat* office!, but we like him personally '''elrdal... The Endeavor societies at Take rlfrl"h: PHI (or oon.tlpalloo.Bitbv lo thin city cabman7"Jehu ,, g by "penttontotheUountyJudgeefPutneel ,
and had he befriended be has South Lake Weir have at least for the County Ftortdn. for leave and I aucb< rltr cu
us at _. : .
know would at least time being been suspended and its active --- ---- --- looked bard at tile parson for a Klrby u.4 Uorrto. Street, g to soil: the following; : <1 .trtlM. : rent estate be*
some people we we I won't suffer rive inlhnroa, mimicry before be replied: longing toch viituce of sold O. O iMnu. docewedtowttt FOR SALE-35 acres Innd, :2 acres'
members joined forces with these
from him. This editor
refrala
opposing IxjtTwo in Block Platy.j bearing
(Iy1 Balance
has never been truthfully accused of la- In the new. Presbyterian society at with if von apply Dr. Thoinuo' "Well.I'm no Terra sure; but. ye |TTTy TTTyPalatka, Florida.StTtaI00Ylm0IPsgnuuhlHlsssJ. 8 .II/MIMi/ Hi th. 'l'ownor H'lnkn' Putnam Irish potato' ; orange land grove.there Is In as good

S'atliude. and he hope never to be _' Weirdo The many groves around 11"ctrlu. OU ak 0""'". It .rt"'I1 Stu"KIO. are malt o' the poor folk drive caba. .I->ss-kt>: lo'W",. J. A. KVTOHIHHUN Adaaautraiar., l*< miles city. p. J. B.Horlilo.CK.. .

Ie Sun. I' Lake Weir were laden with their gol- and tips are scarce b.r.DllllcJeeA4nrtlMr = ,...tka,riortda,; i 1O.U.tf.

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:, the steamer mooollght Cllvodon tide and lust dancing Friday party night.on Little Thiiigs Annoy '. ST .


Chai. B. Loltn, son of Mr. and Mrs. '';Al. n1'11 CARD No. 79. Corrected Sept. I, i 1P09in

I "''''''''''''''''''''''' D. A. Latin of Griffin Ga. baa been -- "
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For HolidayWo E .. Personal and Social, .. hero since early In the month, a guest nt or Please Us 1'\' I "AIIY I MAIN LING DAILY DAILY


:, ."" ....... "' Grove of Hall Crescent This City young but baR mad been Is a away native < :;.. : ,';' I I': ;', ;;::,.ti:: I t:Er, .iekaouil1 ULA; ,iiiiiitliiO' :: /.rj ri 13 :fill i'm iin::: I 7 lii tI .sin.,n '
Shoppers ''''''' I, Little things annoy us-the little .. ''I 0. I V t.n.t 1'Ii.'ko.' Lv 0 "st ,pn 0 0'1 bm
The since a small boy and that will bo sufficient I- left alone ,'fl-- ,Ii I I.. .. u.m."d ...Lv S"8 pm t ill am -
News wishes all II. readers curl of smoke that If Pullman Un".1 PsCioe oert
: have an especially t Merry Christmas. A excuse for many of his parents' s 3 would soon smudge ,the furnishings : ::: I :" ;",;'i It' .i j.i. :: :;u ;..: t: 13 c::: a : :::: Opereted on trains W .end 78 b.' .
old friends him. '.. ":':. ,.". ,, ..'IIII..raO., ... :,1.. 12/1 pm 27f... .twssn.ek.onl1l1.' sail Mtamt."I ,
fine not MnLatta
diapluyof High Grade- Mr. and Mn. E. C. Snckclt and rccognUlng and make work for the house-wife. '. ,' I I..C........ .. J.v 12.$ pm I S.m '

4K. Stationery In Boxes. tar, Alice( visited Palatka on( Tuesday.daugh- la at present In poor health and There are no annoying little : :I. I:'iii.11: ; .; :I-I-lu::,: I l.V.5'. ...ltaoliled.e..I:,:: MIII: ,:. 't: i 2 2 n pni iini t 44 lit alfl an, I'oillnoo'8uff.I SI.eplt1' be -
comes here for the winter to remedy I j' 111'' '. I I. ".1 \.l.t, )f'b"OIrIl8, .Lv ,lit 112, I"" 1000.m IWlla New York .DI, (ul"hit ,
Together with A bhoiow Mrs. J. F. Rhonda and Miss Crlll Bur. that condition. All will hope for hi. things In thePERFECTION I 'M iiil' "1, ,.iii,, I..' "Vt. I"oroo". .I., 10 95 .m II ::10 pmicey over the ALI.nUo Cosat LIne I
.I is 11m I t' il i i"n" ,Iv \\.I'olln Coach 1.9 804.cm. S 40 I.m nortb of J.okooo.lU. I. bandieS ,
1- lot of ton were passengers. to Palatka to doChrlJmns speedy recovery. Ha Is a most pleasing i :;' .',' "::;: I'.:':. ."' .:. :t:::::..:---n: .:'? abi. : :(:I)It: onlt.ln.lISaotlS2. .,.

k Perfumes.There shopping this week. young man in address and has already I ',11I/I / .. .. ..1..5. Hon""R'I..I' ,)' ...... .., tIOI"n '
; : The I launch Si. become most popular with the I II ,' ... .l.v '.oflK toy" ,I.,. ............... t "I.m ''
Johns carried a big young I.. .
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.4 article.are also suitable ninnyothnr for party to:Palaika' Tuesday to ice the circus people-as all who know hi. parents : Oil Healer .I ,':sii.iiil-tr:" Cdii., ., .. L..!.KyWiitT------------Ii: 1OeLv-.-::::::: :::---SIlO rraina 00 pin ant yC ,

and do Christmas shopping.The would naturally\ expect. Since hi. coming .
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S ', the' Christmas season. Baptist it has been learned that Mr. and Mn. (Equipped with Smokeless Device)) ,,, :lHT;; >.Tumilnyi;, and ThurKlmy. i'lvai.t: Key W.... ,

: We are headquarters for and Methodist Sunday 'f. I' o.lny,. Thnriitnvs and Batnrdnrt., departures from Kay W.... -., k
Latta have lost their home with all Its
'. "., schools will unite for a Christmas treo .:$ ;' t They've been banished by hard I ",.d.>., Wednesdays end Fridays,arrival and depsrtnrei II H.T.nm. -
Cigars and Smokers'Articles. at the Baptist church contents by fire, at Griffin a loss in C .
Saturday .
I evening.City thought and tireless work. In their
which all here will sympathise with PALATKA BRANCH :
,',. ; Tax Collector Fuller wants taxpayers stead there are little things that i -- ,
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yI them a- p .tjAM1' PALAl'K& TO Arrive Lese pALATK TOLtCZ :
Arrl..lIut
\' ,: Big Anaovtment of to know that the city taxes are deeply.Will please-that make for comfort and .,,,11... I I'AL&1'K.& Pal..tka P41alka. PALATKA P.I.UII a
now due and (that he's ready to take the Not Practice. satisfaction. The little self-locking -

7 f" :: Florida Post Card money. Editor PALATICA NRWH:- :I I.: lPn '::::::::No.: too IrA 1)atIy.Patty:: ::._.::: : : am am = Cii 45 :: ::::':;..No..No. 101 toll gn: ,:::::::: : :: cm am '' ,. ,

; :' Pictures. The children ot the Presbyterian Sun In Interview with me as pub Automatic Smokeless Device I.., Alii 104 1>.lIy......... .1IO.m II tit .m 1011 tntty.._. 1140.m ,
your .........
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Im .1'11DIIIII. pm 2 M P'n 107 D..II'...._. S 10 .
I ; :" : day school will hold their Christmas lished last week I am afraid the impression that little lock the inside of the tube ,... I.m .No. iei 110 pm 18 pm .. lug 5 II pm pm

: _' Lounds Drug Co. tree festivities at the church this evening would obtain\ that I am pre that actually holds the'prevents wick in smoke'check-keeps-the it below on the smoke zone, so accurately r.I :,,,, ::::::::: : 110 tlit: lsIly..4:: : ::::.: sit 145 pm pin S 7 : pn pm::, .No.:::: ::: : lit liii 1.1.117..C n;::::::. 20 ia pm pm:: ,..' 1

Crescent City. pared and willing to practice my profession adjusted that it cannot go wrong-these are some of the -

; Mrs. Lnslcr and her little grandchildren In Crescent City. This Is n mistake. little things that please-that have contributed to the name and fame SAY'4MA'i'EO DRANCII 'I

t tJl'.II Jl'JI=.r.JnI:r-nIrTrt'Z Margaret and Guernsey Hubbard. I could not do so If I wanted to .,,; ''''' lUST "LATKA 1'0 [Arrive Ban Loses eon SAN MATEO TO EAST ArrtvsEsatIsikii .
Perfection Oil Heater.
of the 11 Ii.
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SAN MA't'IO!: 1.0" 31.11IO .
.' arrived last week from Birmingham and would not If I could. After 52 years __ PALATKA Palalka -
The most satisfying heater you can buy-always ready-easy to f.:
C D aa'y Michigan. of practice I want to rest, and therefore <0 om ..,.......No. let D..tly..1 sIlO 1m D OO.m ...1< 101 20 'v.
cleaned. 0. .m ;
I' positively refuse to answer calls.. manage-always dependable-quickly .',0 '"n ............1<0. 101 DaIly......,..,..40 pin 8 to I'm ....1<0. 1011 D.II'.I." ((16 pm
Messrs. R. B. and F. E. Cochrane Brass font holds 4 quarts-burns. 9 hours. Attractively finishedin 1" '

Grove Hall L and M. Mclver of Sault Ste. Marie Yours truly Nickel or Japan in various styles and finishes. :.... 6 u. .., NotiL NoSe "w' .' NeSt .
II. E. Johnson M. D. e y MATPORT BRANCO snr
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Ii Michigan were among the arrivals at Evtnr Dealer Everywhere. It Not At Yours Write for Descriptive Circular .Ily :: ; Deity Dall, :. flatly \:
RCfntOlly's popular hotel. Crescent Dec. 21st 1909.
City
; renovtttpfl clenii and airy lanilHlii tiC Grove Hall last week. to the Ncareit Agency ol the '1 LO PM i 00 .PM 0 4"AM .__.._....... _..... .... .___.... 'I 110 AM 1 00 I'll' S 80 Ps ,
; ., STANDARD OIL COMPANY "u p.. 2 to PO to 2\ SM ................_....,. _....___L.. S t9 AM t2 Iii PO t 50 OM .1.",

c; tli.. IIIAnalt..m..ut open for tho ppnnon of Wm.under C. LI Li FI..Miss.., a Boardman sister of of our De townsman Funlak Sprints R. I., Rumored New York Cold Frultmtm's in California.The Guide .of (lDoorpoo.Wd) .,' n ::: it ii 47(10 ::: 10 10 411 l1 :: A.Aiimit.......::::::.::.......' fl.mh..Le.. .::.:,:::....::..:::..:: ,: : 411 so :: lit 12 seNa It PS' : 44 50 ::: ig.i'. j

I < NORTON. Boardman I. be for the holidays -",.-_""", .:::.':!#'.; "' '-'N' ;j.-- -- .......,.. '. II".II. '.,'" ...ut i II..n"niTpST> ,
to a guest Saturday lust contained the following: .,.. .. Oran<. Cl'r Branch ..lIrl.. M toaTWXi Ss.l.rd '
I I" In the inlilitt.... of llm.. bent or- .. __ .,, _ _:l-.:_: ,_ .._""_,- _ "" '.0'" .00.dOS Rrss.harji .
.,' Browing section of Florida t al the home of R. O. Burton. It Is understood from private advices ; II all Am ... as.. "" ... Ar l *a pm t Lv..TUuirvllU.Ar. 1 00 '
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J, r nnue ,> 15 U so ala, I.T.....Lmkll..0r0. u.I..I,., I 01 pm s in U s so .... [ pm .4
,' S- n }"'Iu.. b..l.\C... \ JI..hl,1C, und L Mrs. C. Lyon and Miss arrivedon received at this end of the line that. there pin I inn Lv.lii 00 amnncctlon
; Lyon i.i'n i U 110 am (* Ctta-.l. iy wi ,pmiftnm 0 KO put _
!j''''; R bird shoot Inir. B-Minirul \vlf\v ftj has been a frost In California. 1Is\ ',11, ,,,n I__ ," m '.0"0"; ; f1"r;I .1...1.: I 2 ft go rm ..".' '
of last and after
Thursday week a 4.4
j {. H of Cr"oo"1t.o k..' from, hotel slated. on good authority that the thermometer LAKE COMO. C m.d. .d "nl.... U.s Wills. P. a ... .S. 8. Co. for Key w... nd Ha..,,.. C.... '
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VMrnndnw. llnnil.v. t tn Bifiinh'tiit few days at Grove Hall. haveopened for December 11 dropped LueSia's! Christmas Gift. _
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ff-. Himnl w..k Itn their big winter home for the season. down as low as 22 degrees at Riverside. .*" I h**. TIME TABLED ihow ih. HmM .t which. ...,.. nwy h*. .xpocttrdio ....... .. mad 4t.>.nfrom ih*>
R by ... ....... ., ... .,.. .
I 5 ihir..rI.I| d. ilmva .d ..
0'01 e i or I. not uonuilMtf nor l Ie tMa eo- .
nn..qu.nc. aritlnai .iur.fron,.
I <' Mortis tourlnlB.' Whitney of. Watertown.Mo. As usual California Is none too liberalin and Aaron Vanderbilt of New York, Sty: 'RODERT DONNEIL. .
"ier to rn ".. .
U i CUHV Of This LOCAL TIMK CAH.U OH O1HKK INfOHMAI ION KE ma TICK.BT. A.CKNT.' ,
ti Write for terms. to ..., Is again a'guest at Grove Hal!. giving information. that may be prejudicial have arrived and are occupying the was the fuiinlent thing ever," I I IX RAHNEKOsa.r.I .P....ng.r Ag.nt ST. AUQU9TINB PLORIO4MAUtSBY '1
r !IIr. Whitney spent some time hero two to her interests. and the growers- beautiful home of Mr. Wheeler. They "IT Bald the biifhelur boarder.
rightly .always take optimisticview were accompanied by Miss II Hclmar
:" Wm. G. NORTON rears ago and will be pleasantly remem. very of things.- an of Vienna, Austria who will remain for "You see, HUBS Luelln and I

bered by many of Information that sometime. tire !going to be married, HO I $
One ource states ''S<. ; > .. ,
B : o.5'x :>-;;>e
CreBoent nty.I FlorklB. n It. Miss Luella took ,HiuUlen
I can telJ u
Mrs. 'Roland Woodward and Miss on Thursday December 9, there was Messrs. Roger and Courson of Luln- 4

;' n C r.r. a aI' Dorothy Woodward arrived during the some very cold weather which whileit town Ga., who have been tho guests of fancy to hang up her stocking ClirUt- (COMPANYl.IA. { :
did not injure lemons -so the authority Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Raybon have returned mug eve. Just for the fun of It. She .
week to the with Mr.
spend holidays "
slates-hurt oranges about as badly as to their home. buug it below the mantel Betting nmouse SYTH.8TRErT:: ATLANTA C. A 1
} ;- Southfield Hotel Woodward. Miss Elizabeth Woodward did the frost at the lame time last year trap on tbe turned over eilge"I .
Is expected on Christmas day.L. when the snap struck down Into the W L. Gable was a visitor at Jacksonville everything ;lit M.i.chnertl.nd; : Mill i I Supplies carried in, stock here.

Crescent Florida. Pomona territory and did the fruit there \ recently.Mrs. We havf the; largest and moat complete :

City A. Hurlbut showed the News returns quite some damage. Brooks and family who ha"S line Clf MACHINERY! and MILL..SUB -,
Season 1909-10. .
on 105 boxes of bright round been tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. s HIES 'IN THE SOUTH, BUT yvgHAvVuoBRANCH t!!!. .

Rates $1.50 per day up. oranges sent to A. F. Young & Co., returns Entice./ Palmer have returned to their home alllolllnter. '. HOUSE.! OUR OVd OFFICE, ACCORDS .

e' Weekly and monthly rates on on which were received Saturday. The annual meeting of the stockholders They were accompanied by SHOW THAT \e HAVE THOUSANDS OF feB; ,

These oranges netted $1.56 per box on of the Bank of Crescent City, Mrft. Palmer and chlldcn. Mr. Palmer -es' FECTI.Y SATISFIED CUSTOMERS.:: WRITE .

application. he tree.. It was fine fruit and It. \\ a.put will be hold at the Bank In the City of will spend the holidays with them. t v- FOR CXTAUMWE AW fH.1. CEI57. Wg CAfjOK j i -

S. A. KINNARD Proprietor. up good. Crescent City, on the third Tuesday InJanuary Neubon Rogers left for his home al SAv'' MOMC Y. # :t t. OUR I otACHlIlltl\ S

.., at 9 o clock a. m. 1910. Lulatown! Ga., where he will spend the .- ISAGY.RU1RAND I FULiyUARANTEeR.

lintel Froots- Lake and Pl\rk- Dr. J. B. Cowherd of Louisville who C. T. KINO holidays with his parents. _ _ KHOWVOOnVMllTS.We/ CAMU. PPI-V* YOU ,
has been here for the past two weeksas Dec. 20th 1909. Cashier. "", .. -
Rev. Parrott
Pleasant Rooms and family are occupyingthe
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physlcl..o"to. Mr. Thos. H. 'Stryker Clarke cottage.Mr. .
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Cusine d.I"'I left on Sunday owing professional POMONA NEWS. and Mrs. \V. L. Gable and son,

engagements. elsewhere. His place has Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sullivan and daughter. Oranges
NWN"I
been taken by Dr. Turner of New York. arrived Miss Clco Monjar and Miss Carrie
Isaac Careyof Boston a
.M.. H, READ, Mrs. H. L. Tcbbcts of Lynn Mass.:, Few days ago to spend the winter with Haymart were visitors at Palatka recently. I Grapefruit ii
C. Lee Smith usual. Mr. Carey The Dramatic club of Lake Como will FLORIDA Tanrerines 1
I"'I will leave that Jan. 5lh for ;
place
on
REAL ESTATE. brought a fine now dog with him this give an entertainment at their new hall
I ; Crescent City and will be the guest for rear and expects to enjoy some good the 2Btb. The hall Is certainly. a credit. Pineapples

: Creao.nt City Flo. .he season of Mrs. J. F. Rhoads. Mrs. liuntlng. to Ihe town and the club has added new
lights, the Sunlight lights, which showup
Tcbbets formerly lived hero and was
Miss Mamie Chappell who came south
In style.
not only socially. prominent but popular with Mrs. Wood-well and Miss. Eva as great McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.
The Howe properiy"Ure.I and her' old friends are anticipatingmuch mined nurse, has returned to her home Messrs. Mills and Malnx and party arc ,
i cent Hill"-la now on the mar at Patterson N. J. Miss Chappcll made expected here by Christmas and the -

, ket.. pleasure from her promised visit. many friends during her short stay here, Highland house will be opened for the POUND NO JHTBCDEB."

I Particular attention dtven to Mr. and Mrs. James. Wight of New who regret her departure. season. I to hold It there. When she got up In 279 Washington Street. NEW YORK.

i ; Creaoent City property listed York are guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Quite a party of Pomonaltcs visited Mrs. Howard Gates and Miss Nellie I i the morning Abe ran to nee. If St. Nick -.

: with me. Williams. Wr. Wight Is a son of Rev. Paiaika last Thursday on a Christmas Hutchlns were recent visitors at Palatka. hut, remembered her-nnd be bnil. High Claae Suicide. .
Notice of ,.....
Application for Tux
Dr. J. K. Wight first pastor' of the shopping expedition. In the party were I \Vlicu she Bbrlvked' 1 grubbed one lu China suicide has been a Hue art P
dV't Heart Nr>tk'i> ,lN hi'roby given tint J. J. Hutlic'r-
C ,," Mrs. N. K. f'luthrlug.Ulldlj.AIt. .
Plplar.Mrs.
n" Miss Bussiu Wycth.
0 fWNtflt Presbyterian church at this place. and anJMiss of my Indian exercise clubx, tvrtipptx for m-veral. I centuries. If a mandarin 1 Ia mini dt Co.: imrclmHt'r of Tux Ottrltllpntii I No. '
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C. LeoSmiih Mrs. 11. A. Perry :: ': ; : : : :
therefore the brother of Mrs. Williamsand food nnd tris" In tint.foiMHch. I n quilt arouud me nod rushed into her guilty of misconduct\ be U requested Mil.ilnt.I, I tliBBtlKlnyor, July, *. n. IS.T, lin. >
Manic Morrison. lii Si.ill curtllli'uto In
: .A_. :I.: SpGc.CGr.: : Mrs. W. C. Norton. l..uitil i jul litjlnw the room to kill the burly burglar. Site to put httuself out of the bind of the rortiiTiluis my olllco! to ''Hou..ln and huemmldiPlilluiiUon nopunliuieii -
'1..., t. ntrnfit.r Ir. and enuafBhenrt I .
/ Mrs. A. P. Smith Miss Margaret Bradt Lr.e..s' vrm mill shrieking. I looked under living. There Is a distinction too. In with luw. Hnld c.rtllli-nt. fin-
"- Little Grace Burton received a tcle- and Mrs Flanders of Green Cove Springsare p"lplthtlon.Vhell YO''ir h....'irrniuhlpR briifOH" th. tot llowlnw itifitcrllMKl nrnnerty" Hit '.
;,- Dentist. In thitt rnlc.. H'-i- I the bed. In the clothe. closet every the manner In which Ibo oriental may uittiul I In Plltniimeiiuiitv, Florlilii, to-wlt'l it
. gram on Saturday last direct from Santa occupying Mrs..Smllh'. pretty home you way die. If lie la of exulted rook and enti- lx.t ID, lunik. si. I"ium win. section 88, township .
for few wvks. l>hi-for n few, daYA.'ou '* III HOOT lux, ,
S around the lake a r,5IjC e- M HurcH.
Claus, and notifying her that ho would he KI! right. GUo a hottlo.Sulil } '1 \, It'' tled to wear tbe pencoek feather be la !Tliti\: mild :, .f\\bvlim-, n>mi>,ii ..d l nll..Im late of
Olll-. at _ia.nc.oa rmpoot. Btr.ot arrive In the slate by MondaYI) and Mr. Pendleton has the sympathy of all by Ackermiin-StewHrt! Druy; :: 11', privileged to choke himself to death tliulKHiiiinvoor anrli CCr1i cute In the tinntri ,

('re..,!nod J. H. Hiuiirhtnn.Home with gold leaf. Tbla Is regarded' as a or| ,A.Mocalllnn.rtul,.cmiil HccortlliiK tlnli'm to mil.I l law cnrtlllcma, tax,iPd. nhnllM will I I 4.

whose death occurred Thursday morn- distinguished manner of ending life. lHmi tlu'rt'oit 0i ILl:,. 17th iluy of JKIIUIII-.V, ,
name we did not learn, actuallymet Ing. Mrs. Pendlcton had been In ill dniul the. 1 linchi'lor. (',''''' '. A. n. lilt',.
River by 08yll.I1tTho la of the rank
it. John and shook hands with him while In health for several yean but passed away made tnnrrlnee, in'ry. mill In thervlurn If the luiiudarln only WltncNH nty omclnl NlKiintiire And sent this ,
Cflhlil'ti that la entitled to wear tbe red button IbO i Itli city ot J),Mi>tnlM'r.' A. n. lutH
Beach & Miller Line Jacksonville So there now, ye scoffers! peacefully at her little home with friends of Wlllhim, II I. III Encluiul: the be content with strangling [Cciii: ] IUCNHV mrVoHINHONulurk ; P
around her bedside. The funeral was ue must Clruuituonrt" Pntnnni Co.. Kin" ,
Mr.' and Mrs. J. R. Hill have leased conducted by Rev. W H. VVoodwcll .Iflab wretch was. henvlly tit ted. himself with n fcillcen cord. Such are liv J.0.italIc 1).(I. .

,. Steamer CKI3SCKNT.t. he Phillips cottage 'on Park street .for Friday morning and the body was laid. Don't lie llopeleHH j' the distinctions of canto.Financial .

,,.. -- Thursday. the season and are. now housekeeping.Their In Pumons-Como cemetery. limit ).our..lf! when, you're crippled Velvet Bean tluHers. '.. 1

..a..a Jao"on.l11.on Tu.4a75 for flren, Cart, daughter Miss Mildred a pupil in The Castle house had a narrow escape '* |lilt rheuninilin or otlff JoIII'R-of' Information. I I New; -ihe P..rle.s-besl ever made.

and Saturdays at IM: a.and m. principal W&jLaadlncs St. Josephs Convent St. Augustine arrived from fire Friday morning. Chas. Cook, i'oiiran you've tried .. or thluir andtey "So you at Inst yielded to that rnun'a I No.:; 3 hand) $.10.00 hulls 5 to 8 bus. per
Pautkt Crwoent City failed .. Snow hour. No. 4 ((2: h. power) $65.00 hulls
and who was in the house at the time, was 1'rylII..rI' Importunities and Rare him some tips
on Saturday for the holidays, disturbed by a noise of fulling plaster Liniment, will .Iris'" easy all on tOa market?" 15 II) 25 bus. No. 2 for cow pens only S
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a.ourolns.I..Coonlolly nut Wlolu. this week they aro expecting Mr. and over the fire place. Ho Investigated at ghre, patios niid stiffueHS mitt. leave. "Tea," answered !Mr. Dustln Stax. $25.1111.N..
a" ji,Fridays and Mondays at..110 .. m.JaokionvtlU Mrs. Trout of Jacksonville their dough- once and found fire raging In the wall; yiui .if well B. you ever were. ""'bn t happened L. Willet Seed Co.

wharf fbotof Laura elr..' let and son-in-law. Mrs. Trout will be then he and C. E. Miles who happened !:J"I!lt<) by Aokurinan-Hrewurt' Druur. "Well turned out so bndly that Augusta Ga. 13-17-131
they
Talipuon 9W to be there began a strenuous attempt ti!i>,. ",IH| J. l". Mauijhton.Stoute -- :

PAIMVA wh..rr not o'l I.*.rani. s'...*' pleasantly remembered here aa Miss put II out which they succeeded In doing. I'm mighty Bind 1 didn't Invest any I ;. ,'yi '. ( to" :...J !I. :>ii':(: .
p Mabel Hill. And we are glad for It Is a large. and -It's very ii:,r.l...lna/ to hovot money on 'em my.elt.WasblngtonStnr. .

stockholders beautiful house and Pomona could not \vlfe who Is Invaltd.\ .
K.: T. CLARK. Trafllc:, Manager The annual meeting of the an rcltyiuau
JsokiionvIlt.. rig.i'escent of the Bank of Crescent City has afford to loso It. Imagine, what It IB. then to have! one

been called for the third Tuesday In School closed Friday afternoon tor a lint Is perfectly henltliy!-Ufo. I
l two weeks' vacation with a Christmas .1 i iA $ .ti
City Transfer! Co., January.[ The official call is published true and program of songs and recitationsby Her Heart wits broken

\ 10 another column. Tho bank was the children. The tree was pretty I h etuH her complexion was bad and HEiIj, I.TVI CnKISTUAS I'RIIIIENT. .

ItcwU all tralna at Orewi ut City Junc opened for business on Nov. 1st, and and well loaded and much enjoyed by -h.. could livid nothing tn clear It up. where but found no Intruder. I fount]

Might trains by appointment. now has over $36,000 In deposits. Mr. the children as well as by a goodly number Ltilles a bad complexion In caused him In the stockfncr. Wi
tion. of grown up people. l>y nn inactive liver. An Inautlveliver "I drowned him-In the wanlibo ';l.
8. M. IiABBEB. Manager King Ihe cashier Bays he hopes to reportan people are now looking will bo put In perfeor. cniidi'lnn Then I took advantage! of the occasionto .
even $10,000 on deposit by the first TheJounlf Sy liking. ; Bnllard'B, Herblne. The '
[ tree and entertainment tobe Ml MIsts Luella that If aha actually SendUs
FOR llENT-My house In Crescent of the new year. given Christmas In Iho hall and will .unequalled liver' rflirnUior.' wanted a real live Curtaining present I'
all largo and airy also Sold: by Aekerinimmwart. ,iDrnc ;
rooms from other
Eight be towns
t City. Albert Ransom so old and respected pleased to see any site could have me." ,
a bAth room I two largo open fire places who have no Christinas; eve entertain Co., and J. H. HHUirhtxn.
and colored citizen of this place died at an ------
The house Is pleasantly conveniently "
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located and Is comfortably furnish early hour on Sunday morning of con- Frank Huelo went to Florahome Your next Order For

ed. Has detached kitchen and detached also for l sumption. He had not been confinedto Saturday for a few day.' visit with .- -JSU

laundry room. The pica f. his bed very long. The funeral was rlcnds.

sale.n'-26-tf W. J. PIEil'ONT SavunnahlGu.Notice held at" Ihe colored Baptist church Mon. Miss Margie Fisk visited her sister ; JOB PRINTING. _

: day morning and was largely attended. Hiss Susie over Sunday returning to Pa-

':.t ,.t of Appll
... Notice t. .... VV. S. Middleton made a business trip We will please _
the Missionary liaptlstchurcli, though you
ot HO -
a. nIO'1 BCM.I :: 1 to Jacksonville Friday
:; thl. 5th he did not accept pastorales away from
, O"t. Dr. S. E. Peck went to Palaika Mon.
j. f I.o ..."SS, !. lor tAX s.aht.eel osrIlItcat.'0 lsstte Crescent City where. he had a home, a day on business also J. W. Tucker and Only not only in theQUALITY \

., the fuiloWin' hw.fitMnriiHid property wife and a large family o( children. !'Irs.' J. M. Tucker to do Christmas shop- _

.! pitdUtdi nthrftduS: ; lit pitnitidi 11\1 county., 1'.I"tI.honda.I"lorld." to.wtIz But he was a devoted and faithful mInIster pi nil'. _ _ Dr. at sways' Modern Meth- ,
?."' .:! Eels I ) I' RI..k Rt tbe date ot God's word and hi. life
.1.11"0l1 b"IIIII"O".1 of was an
", ', 1'11. .. ,'ertlflcfltu In the Bitf Christ mo./- Celebration.The Ids Mara. Provsn SuccessfulIn '.
ol."h
the I"U""CII si.l 1 ." lffi nxompllttcallon of His teachings. lie _
Unlols St. John Development Co. Thousands of Cam.
..' 'SsVMte.aoco"11 the to''J"&tax 01 Ito,. died respected by all who knew him and at pretty Sn. John Park opposItejre.oe't of work,
on / Is will Hi... TnrDinner The moat dlMrlnilnattlnT person sea
.i.;. he memory of his faithfulness to duty ( Clt,. n nil -
,. I). 1CC. find nafatult, with Dr. H.rh .* $'" meth
this .
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4 omolnl .,0naturoand4li k.! on Christmas day, to n ;,
Witness my a heritage of value to his own children 9' o , ', "'' )HVfirirwniWHTMT.' ;) followed In the Afternoon by prlxrce .d. -' a ..iof men and women,.ml were you :
!IIi 1 r "r'Sik'u'1 .. I'our* Putnam, Co.Fin. and all members of his race. and crnm'. anti In the, tveiihmby to loult: th.. whole world over, yon prob* }
rkOlr u .
J1 b The rforltyof
( ably could fln .: By henry Hutohlnaon. Jr. KO A musicale under tho direction of mualo anti clenelg.l -i hUir...tm.nt h*.twwn prorvn in m nyvaaew PRICE. '
_-____________.. --- Mrs. L. A. Hurlbut has been promised TiCkets. $1 l.H( ) Includenrvrhtnir." -,:. wboN Ibel bav* t..lI.d to drtvb the .
J. -; Feed anil wcloum. for all At St. '-- !,-_ -neflk from' molt sit kind* of prttitn
'1 NOTICE FOU PLT1ILICATION.Thp..rtflieidt for the evening of Wednesday, the 21th Pa rk ClrT.on netllaln: tmmilf, doctors, StOleti.t..
Johns > nisp"attCre.o'nt
fleet. sod lasitiubea..n.1 tI
.lIIp.nL.
ot the tattler I'\at. at V. I. A. Hall and at whMi Ihe Christmas day.. 19 IT-3r IM nut wortU your whllv to look a>l..wh r. < Try us and be convinced.
of Crescent City it "yon Weal viklu veoelnd tforrouv ",x*
people
Ian orrw A'1 UA'IIIIS.'LLII. FLA. music loving Dragon File tMtmlUuntfoi. tliaar n<1 moofr. HI.treat- ..
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.. Ifiw. are to have the privilege of hearing Iwo i m.nIleot KNOWN .t.-I'.i; : l lperiuteatnk : .
.. Novfinlxr pith, Dragon flies can Caleb Insect when aoguow.ork orpetcbwosk
.. '"Notlea l I. h.r..hT' Klrnn. thnl. KlisitlMth: II... young ladles who rank high among musicians flying at the rate of mIte.ass I .'- .. etafre' pane**! in*.njr ream News JobDepartment
i.mr.of MoKM. *;lorkta.l who, on. Hm pi.flhddC TheM la- forty or Bfty ,I sad ta. ......on.o, of TODAY I.i Ui
.I: : No. of the south. young hour.A .
time -
Houimihnvl -
am, IKiT mixlw Mnlry J" iiM 4upon InfllaiputitbltteMifl provenkfrvot
_ < ..rli.l Mumtwr oi' *> for WM or N.'!4.CMcthm Miss Annie, May Bell, plnnlste i y--- *. Ifyoa*re in nee'lof ttie ,llc [treeS-
( \,. *k .Towniiblp S, solid Kan e l dies are MBAKTY APPETITE 1 4, ....n' ,at vll you See ffor4 ttt. B* .'.Cud ,
e.d.t. 'isIlnia.n.. Moridlail.' linn, flluil. notluak and Miss Margaret Buchanan soprano, Ia what moat babies b...... but la of :i(.,.:, / whrn you ar:t Ir. H tb..w y'.t treatment .Ji
vt fommiltiieloni' :
Indention to nink Final Hi th
l_l; KiroAf. bo wnkAMIalt sHin' to the 'a..d shOve' both ol Amerlcns. Miss Buchanan Is a 10 benefit to them If they have ..., 1 mnort worry"tmfrlunlnjr.na .yoa..'....'dl..ppnr..DI..... .
i d."rllL ....'..r. tin oinrk 01 th. Circuit, ol Dudley Buck and Miss Bell Is a ...",m.. Be sore yon baby I I..* nottroublrd Raniemher' Dr. hathaway has bnil 4>vor _
<'eri CI 1'ulnrlrit.vioriaa.an $U. tiM U..y pupil \ sit ; .trntnteatot R,
I ol' .rVmunry; I IQ. v 11I1'11'of Joscffy. Th coming mimic?'.* with them Haren.Mnptomnlw 0VteCtAt.rTSBAAIUI PKOTJTIAATO ItfVN: A>cfwofiEN: VlftMu y."r..*lo ..laIn Palatka r'i '
i Olnlitluni' niilnMlK wltnaMMt' \ "ys hungry, rings' under the KnvNUaant. _.... oflloe the very beat of profoawlon l and (lnnolnl references. ,, na.
I_ _-_ !! .Etflr1Jl, ,>tlw ."' Ilerirm. \ promises to be Ihe most Important event ..T.s, not gaining; In weight aridvelliiw / No ,fntte or fr.nlnlrnt' metnotle ....1'10'.... ;Jank.tTilrlit*leirltlmate' prnptl *',,' ,
,M.ttrtnknI..0 u.ly. ', ofrInunln.. VlurKliT, kind l for the Mason. Reserved complexion. A few done' ofWhlia'a a uBiiUARB\ DCAL"es .....,.".... Voa will.*..v refirct, tnlclnfr. Dr. J'utlu.ro'Ssr.tm.mt. _
t u' n' PIflrt1.mopdWIIe' \ of the CoouoIIsitioa Cud essesluMlea less to CU. WBiTlfl OA o.u.lo TOIMKOn.
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riw.att." ) MoH Cream Vermlfuaro will ex-
.'' JIBMfcV :i; UIIORD. scat can .b* secured l In ample lime at AND DNCItula 10011 CALS. rjJ
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I I'c' ..H', uutCoiwft ,, Lound!*. Drug store. During their stay pal all worm a pORltI..GII'' HATHAWAY] & CO. : Sav2n a3 ea. :
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:h mbedab& \ f;" Remedy wttt be guests of Mrs. J. E Car- { Hold by Aok.rman-8te"'IIor'.DrulC F--- $ ,

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:For the captain's little daughter was txttttTw Y YSSI

CHRISTMAS ON THE POLLY I to every sailor dear.
'They heard a Christmas carol In the I Every DayFrom

shrieking wintry gust, ecoi
I'' By FRANK H, SWEET. For a child had touched them by her cLt : '

sirapb loving' trust. early morning' until we close our v J'' J

Clpyrlf'111, 1901..by Am.ri-A Praia With a yo heave ho and a yo heave Big Store at: night, we are kept busy. t)

AMoeUtlonEl hot! COPYRIGHT. 1909. BY AMERICAN PRIM Keeping new and up-to-date furniture, 11
was the good ship Polly, and
the tailed the For ships must tail and givingEverybody l
wintry sea,
For ships must sail though Though fierce the gale lh I
And loud the blow.A ,
tempests "
I I
fierce the gale, and a precious

freight had she CHRISTMAS CONSERVE.By ; i' '
e ''Twas the captain's little daughter

stood beside her father's square deal, ',''s the secret of our' success {
ELLA: STEPHEN
chair We have a larger stock "Furniture' thar. ': l'
r [Copyright 1900, by American Proa. Association
; And illumined the dingy cabin with
.) h we ever,had, or perhaps; was ever kept
the sunshine of her hair.
Take oranges and lemons, too| f

With a yo heave ho and a yo heaveho Remove the juice and pulp
And add the rind., grated most fine In Palatka
Or by machine ground
up.
1 -For ships must sail ,

Though fierce the gale ,

And loud the tempeits blow. G r We can suit you; we can please you. Our ,
'
The captain's fingers rested on the store is full of the:: latest and prettiest!

pretty, curly head. things in Furniture. You' ,'- r

'', "Tomorrow will be Christmas day," '
{ j jI
the little maiden said. '
. ": "Do you suppose that Santa Clans Next put through the grinding machine 1 r Ought

L, ,..:.' will find us on the sea ., Or chop In wooden bowl : .,.
:a' The walnut. and the raisins good \'
'r And make believe the stovepipe is a T
: chimney just for me," And almonds, blanched when whole. to .see our line of Rugs, Art Squares, Bed- I ,! '

? Dissolve the sugar In a pint room Suits, Crockery, Glassware Etc. ,o.
Loud the and
laughed jovial captain
.i' Of excellent grape juloet, '
We lead the procession in all the many +;
L4 : "By my faith, he cried, Then add to it the other thing. (
"If he should come we'll let him And gradually_reduce thing$ tli-t mnke a home happy pretty t: '".'bd

't' know he has a friend inside I" and comfortable. f :.

And many a rugged sailor cast a ,."'. .'
I't 't

t J I' '\ At the loving stovepipe look where that flattered night a lonely white.little hfa very nfgbt they're coming home. ,the pantry To See ; tr't\\:

,1 : stocking '-' their facee \vl\\\\ appear Qjftb, ,.

e With a yo heave ho and a yo heave around the "YuUtfde' frost, And pies of :
hoi! Once more our goods means to us, that you will buy : :

# For ships must sail Our eons and daugbtere dear. Hs only them. We cordially Invite everybody. to .if, t

Though fierce the gale By simmering all quite slowly down Chen there'll be all tine babfee, too, Beyond the come in and see :"

And loud the tempests blow. Till lik. marmalade hnee Hn angel .. .
a Co Jolt upon my ,' f.
Put Into glasses, seal and place Is looking Good :
Thingswe
old fashioned bouee Many
Within the pantry'a thade. Bud matte our bfg, ;

R scene of revelry. 'Chat -.
I have. You will find the prices right .,

hehemlochwreathehangonthewaU. up your as we have bought our goods at right

C Chat spray of mistletoe Put Che prices, and we sell them right.
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Recalls, old dear, our sparbfng days, Across the) ,

With Christmas roast or toothsome Some fifty years ago, i In welcome We Have ,.., \

This game conserve le delicious, When first I hissed you underneath for here are

Or thinly spread on buttered breadAt the bough of fateful earle. And }Molly' added to our large store a splendid line of

tea time! proves propitious.A I seem to see you once again, And all the goods suitable for Christmas gifts. and are

"!''low does your Hard boy Case.take to life on Che sweetest of all girls. ]Mischievous J adding something to our big stock;:,every

the farm?" week. Watch uslPalatka! '

"Lie worries we," admitted Farmer
Flaw "Ho won't do enough work to


'1 Into vlllo reminisce politics Courier nbout.Journal.lu future In case years._be ever"-Louis-gets F. AI Gerber & Son "


"DO TOO "scrroMB THAT MANTA OLAU91 The Lost Company. ,
WILL PIED tm. on THE SEA V" I' "Hungry 1 suppose?" salt the sharp
I faced woman ns she opened the dob'rjuat Pope as a Witness. I I TIlE MOTHER OF '
On the Polly the Christmas Florida.
goed.hip Pope, like Gorrlck made but a poor ,
sun shone down a Irttle"bit"W'y figure lo the witness box. He 'was THE TEDDY BEARS.Copyright i
no, answered the ragged way. .
And on a smiling little face beneatha I farer, "I've clean forgot how to be cited to appear la defense of Bishop LJIN'J.1frJr.JnrJt1'1lIUI.IULJDl: : "..1I"J: ::1L1UIQr.JrJl"JIJLUI: 1LJI.U IlL1DU
golden crOWD Atterbury when that prelate was tried ,'
No happier child he saw that day on hungry."Lonely!But" I'M out and out lonely. for high treason In the house of lords [ 1008 by American Preaa Association .11I1&'i'I'Y: ._ __ __ __ _. ___ ___ n _._ .__ -
sea or on the land "Yes'ou ace I balu't bad nothingto !In 17ii. "I never could sneak In public ,] '
," ha told Speuce afterward. "and Jdoo't N'CK upon a tluie-not so many
Than the. captain's little daughterwith ant for HO long that I've got so thin o aaQ aaOQaoaaa aa mmmmmcQ
believe that If It was a set thing O years ago either-there sat In m Bdisonn innn nnoova a jcificcaaaaaaacicaaaaaanna
ain't
her treasures in her I can t cast uo shudder and you
1 could give an account of any storyto the doorway of a sumll cot an _.
hand.. .> no Men what compuuy a man's sbnd twelve friends together though 1 tageln Germany a woman 9
der U to I blot I while tu Ii Is tfuvelln' young i HomerMade |[
For never was a stocking so filled along the rOil d." could tell It to any three of tbem with with smiling eyes a rbl'd loving SMITH'S ,
with curious things. a Cleat deal of r rIcneure. When 1 was heart and an Invalid bod11.\ .. children Candy mrs
to appear| for the bishop of Rochester of the little Tillage all knew tier a
There bracelets made of
were pretty Considerate In his trial, though I bud but ten and eat In groups around her doorway d
of ) Beautiful for
: i Boxe
shells and coral Mu Is not bmulsomp. and he = Fancy SST: ,
rosy strings, gloB to &: '
word to say end that ou a plain point listening stories telling her of their "
.i' An elephant carved deftly from a bit knows It. YVUon bin first baby was childish j '}
(how flip bill hUll spent his time when adventures, and then greatestJoy "In. : GhiistrntmsPresents 5
of ivory tusk, born be asked "Does It look like me win, with blur lit Bromley) I willIe of all, receiving In turn dome delightful I:! ... f'"
A fan an alligator tooth and a lit Of rourso they .replied I In the nfUntm- two or three blunders lu It and that toy that her deft fingers had Is s and the Holidays. ,
tIe bag of musk. tire notwithstanding the drat row of lords been fashioning while they talked together. .
"
i "\Vpll. said be.ltb a sigh "break I (which gas all 1 could see) were most ('ups, Kisses Taffy, Mixtures, etc. Special prices told ::
Not a tar aboard the Polly but felt It to my /Cpntty"-Lonilon/ Tit- I ly of my acquaintance. London Day by day the children giitliereA ) ; Church and Sunday (School 'Xmas Trees. We carry a fall line ofHuyler's met tam .-'
the Christmas cheer nits Standard. about this doorway. They told of tbt ,
and Peter's Chocolates U
--- --- Specialties G
latest flower that had blossomed i-n EJIIU,
the mountain side, of the wonderful .
other fine Imported goods, French Cr!etallaed Pratt, Nuts &0. UUuo
=mSSSpS i55@HmFZSS* span of horses that Hans the best :;: Hot and Cold Drinks, Ice Cream &o. Cigars: Tobacco and an Do
.ARaelIOODM,16U1K ( carver of the Tillage, bad cut from
fe / : a ; !! elegant display of high-grade Brier and Meerchanm Pipes.
'a giiig@I W; Qi1rs f gg J Au3 M !Hwx single block of wood of the dear little IDa
rn "0 URNAL blossoms that baby Oretchen< lied Lemon Street. !lOCI
.V *-& < :?/ S iv r-i : L A SMITH to
r gSON ". +SSffifesi'STabit / painted upon the act of wncden ditties m Polati, Florida.
sHoMts 4l ; 0 that were to go to the ChrlHtnms mar- uArnuvvvvavvvvvuElme
: .'! :@tcr:! ;ovuvvavvuvvve'L: : + :: : ': : '
ket. And to them all the young woman DaGCCC. C ACCCCCmmCCGCCCD CCGGGCCCECCD CGDDnnCn
listened smiling, while she piledher

Beodle or cut-snip, snip-with her : .. -- ---- _. ... -. ---.--
actaaora. I

And while they talked or while they i of .. .. .
6 ILnmb blf:\ ILllIP saved listened.the eyes of the children rested as a e, e
.
eagerly upon the bury flngprn! for se e. .e e
tbey firmly believed tbat In those fingers .
L (T RAce MARK) .. laII magic 'which none otherspossessed. :

free And why should they not I \ The Rush For.Christmas. ,., ,
.
t4 means S ? <
and It was time for them to
royal, 'S I or Library Slips ;";U! be accepted in full for subscriptions tom home to their suppers! of bread run away and of
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milk the fingers were always stretchedout Gifts
The Palatka News, meMaOmJ ; toward some new member or the -
group and- upon them rested a 'won
tbjtp I or for subscriptions Is "'lu'arJ: mOjozinc. or for oooks. Catalog sent for 2 cent stamp. .d" derful animal-a kitten or a rabbit or big .
a duck, or a tiny bear-and the likeness is
always the *>
greatest during days immediately
was so wonderful that the children 55
Library Slips are FREE always breathed forth deep"Ob's" preceding. That's! why we suggest t. that.yon '" 1r '
and "A b'." and knew for
a certainty come ia while we have more leisure .
that there was magic In the
r A >j Library Slip appear in each inue of this nevmpoper. Clip It out and save II- 'Qp maker's fingers! No one else In all the Is to show you the 55
( n sloes combine It with tb. Library Slips packed with the following bouse* country could make such< animals as

.d i bold products these-not even Hans, .the marvelous Thousands of Beautiful
ll"h t Artnntir l*& 5t Itrnnds of Canoed Extract Th."Tint"TontcVote l1PPINOT S carver. 5
Meat *.Koru Kink, H-O OatmeuLmid "war.,, In V
11 all Mil Product Always the busy worker sot In her
t [ AMCntGN Armour'Potted and Deviled Meat : : .
1 : Germau American Coffee And Ten
n/ B H-E IEW Q Armour Star' Blli-ed Cocoa Ii Gulden -Rffff "'....out, Noodles, doorway, where she could see the rug .... \ Articleswe
7h A.mo"r.c.: of DecfAriiKinr ged mountains, the the
green
REVIEWS. Armour.Soluble Luncheon" Deaf lieefRnnncr HpaRlieitl.Ice. tloo.I..1'III..andJuJub.Cream eicTTelde 1'omter, tIell4 nodding flowers. Perhaps It grass was tbe .... :e

i Chloride ot Urn Powder: strength, tile aDd the of have been
eti a Ta Icnm grace beauty getting for this Season
aG', bnmwr Uty AmmoniaUnntierla My Wfe's 10..1.1, 1>....1"1( these that wrought themselves Into\ her Holiday ;
V P ( Much Mince
Diiinfertnnt) None Meat
Ge r ... simple work.
Heiiwlorp ( .y"II.'eI.)Cocoa 1'ol"I"'llIn alewge Cream
.
y litftmlnley.Acme Pcatntt Itmtar Pro-pl.yleatla'nadh. Brushes + or 'Ji
Then It
came about and Beautiful
no one
woe
Vases
1" :It::arcHley:: : : Hhre.I.ltd: Oxmli:' Pumnw.(la plyuxdne punNoP I -p of and 55
flnnetaifj llerrintr &NbM Scouring( Snap. ) more surprised" than this child loving ,
Cah..b.kln/l ...
,
/ h'wde''O.'hy'' Sunny \ ttonp -
woman herself that she found
young -
.Ouulieiui'. .. "ull'UW '
(Uriglual bhrcU locotmut: J in Oue \ huuaeltuld ores) .
herself making hundreds and hundreds' Bric-a-Brac )

4' I Save Library Slips Like PenniesOne of toy animals, for toy. buyers from ., .
i England and America.had heard of her
wonderful t duck. and rabbits and bears Mantle Clocks, Fancy Gold and Silver .'
S ) Full Library Slip equals One Cent. Fractional Library and they wanted them for the childrenof I U>. Handled Umbrellas, Sterling Silver f
BvsMa Slips equal fractions of one cent. Add fractions to make Full Library Slips. 100 Full y moo. their countries ton. Ware
Novelties
[Library Slips have an exchange vnluo of $l.CO. Commence collecting to-day by cutting out And who, do you ask wan this young I in great variety,
i the Library Slip in this advertisement and learn how quickly Library Slips: can be saved. 'woman In faraway Germany I can and Hundreds of Beautiful ;
only tell you this: She la known now i Gold and Silver' i
INSTRUCTIONS Bringyour Library Slipf to Ihi.New.pap.r ,
far anti wide as the "mother of the
Office, our Local Noveltiesthat 55
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Redemption.. Agents.Vrite plainly, 11I.tt.r firm Toddy bears. ,
exactly what subscription! or book you desire.Alwtys ,. dUL1A'DAI1ROW COWLE3. : ( can't be mentioned in the space of a newspaper p
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Send 6 cents, Paid the FIn.. advertisement.! Come and see U$. .T>
stamps for A policeman In a country Tillage We are sure to please
VALUABLE i 11 mXH. SAVE THIS I Chriity where ..c...." were rare ODe day cam. you


with ...wltt andifWh (C nnlfihtt t :aalesend;; state.across The bin chance landlord was In too an good Incapable to b.mused W. S. FRY e t
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..CST..S1" NlW the ,landlord summonedand
.your a \11.j! v"." _.... ......_....,. .i: I wall pocket I so was .. I
7. fined to the amount of 1. fld. ,c ",
Local OO11'1I I and The line was paid, bat the policeman's
..-" --.. '" -...w ow.r Magazine I foaling Call be better Imagined than ; t
Dealer' g Toward. payment for m.;\:.:.at ......;...;:aubacHptlont./ t>lfil.nawapaperAMD a g Book Company I described when, en reaching nome, be The Leading Jeweler :e :' 1 : ,

he found bra rent bad been railed aUI a ,
Sum Two C&HT s c.r.u.o. WAU.POCKIT 118Wnl14lh }';.0' I
deserTft I/2 VzUP I pence:! per week, and so It continued :I la PALATKA. FLA. ,' '
._ rreeawa .u..ro, "I w'x at1w w dial for twenty-ajn week,. when the landI -
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i RN TH I5mTO Methods KILLED of a Mongoim THE 'COBRA.In Attacking BURNED PAPER MONEY.


: The City 4 i [ I bud the the good Big fortune Onsks.to witness. a Source of Great and Profit Banks.to the Government i

flgbt between a four foot cobra dacapello At the redemption window of tbo

and a mongoose. treasury and of the subtreasarlos oC

'" Ou ?.tat cnic'hind night of the cobra the country any sliver coin that ban.
I ;- By ERSKINE: DEFOE.: : I rlkUl tilt ws itudJnrd. Klpllnu culls the not been mutilated willfully and, wblcb
r--' sW ., Indian iiKiiiKCHiMui' quietly. smelted Its II till In. recognizable/ as from (the minis ,
IC"pTTlcht 1B09 by
Am.rtb.n Pimm
L Drug StoreI elation A toll: niifj thou hung around awaiting or the United Rtnlcn will bIt redeemed ,
events nidi curiosity, but bo had not at face VII In... ibis lu spite of the i
I / ctBLITHESOME mild, dm., long to null for (the cobra spread Its fact tbat the silver In tbe worn coin

I '('J ly fair.Stepped hood, tilled nut Us death sentence and I may not be worth half lu face value. .y
I I prepared to dart from Its coil xt Its As to gold coin, tbe government stands. .,
'r'T > thonghtles: natural and hated eueuijr, only a small portloo of the' low from
ifaa prepared .for Jlolidfiy( Shoppers this year as never j jI /7 'neath the mistletoe Now commenced a most Interestingand I abrasion; but according to weight, I

I before, and its stock in new and 1 complete. Here /are Hmag high above the carpet deadly battle of feint and counter these worn gold coins always are redeemable ,

eoiiio; of the Articles in which we excel), iqnare, feint by the mongoose and strike and M ':
Igbtnlng-llke recovery by his udvcrsnry In the cm of the paper currency
both in QUALITY and PRICE: While ont of door fell fleocy now who was also on the defensive, two-ditbe of a note must be presentedIf

""ILA' Hei :hho! HeiffUttt all tba time 'watching! for the opportunity it shall be redeemed or a new note

Perfumery, Comb and Brush sets, Surprised beneath the mistletoe! to !got In his properly I aImed bite. Issued and no -matter what the evidence t
Time after time rlbkl ttU squirmed may .be as to total destruction a

'. slowly up to wltblu reach of those ter. of this paper currency, tbe government i
1 Toilet Powder, rlble fangs, belly on ground wltb ev regards It as the holder's individual '

: -HE dll( not know the cry gray hair of his body erect wltb Ions with which It Is no further con ''
wa>
anger and excitement, Ms-eyes gliirlng'rorn corned Flrt. may melt 11,000 world .
I. Sachet Powder, Fine Stationery. i '\ so near his bend which, by. the way lie of silver coins and It Is wortb its metal ''jj ,' "
\ The klii provoking mis Invariably beld sideways' during: this value. It may melt (1,000 lo- gold K
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approach aDd attack, but the moment
coins and the mint will pay $1,000 In
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One of is f :toe, the cobra, struck In flush buck
our leading'Specialties a sprang new twenty dollar gold pieces for tbe rmass.
1'I s The bough: upon the ehan master mongoose, aud, although oftenit But the ashes. of 1,000 In pan l

,, v. delier appeared as If Impossible that he per currency Is without value f tIn
'. Hudnut's Perfumery and could have escaped tbe dreaded fangs
; Was the thousands of Ores over the
deftly fixed, bu' ne'er a scratch harmed< him. and there country. Involving office
every year
n t too low. be would be again wenrlng the cobra I "
.: buildings factories, business bouses t, ,
Toilet Articles.
f Oh, nol) Oh not! out and pressing Ills advantage Inch and family residences. an untold total
by inch At last wltb a growl end '
In of legal lender notes of all I kinds are
The ladies of Palatka and Putnam County all know ambush was the mistletoe harp rlkkl cry, tbe plucky little beast destroyed. Every piece of such paper sf
flew ID, avoided the strike and seized
their excellence. lost Is loss to the holder and gain to
: the snake behind the bend, never for a
c ., the government or to a national bank:
1 moment vetting under his mould but It I Is promissory note hopelessly lost
= r ii.S in the meih and
fairlj ,
tbe of the neck and
right at nape
to the bolder It Is even more, for In
., caught, bead, which be scrunched with a loud ,
;For the MenMagnlficent many cases an Individual man might .
t \ : : She showed no snddei cracking/ sound despite tbe struggles redeem bis debt obligation if be were

New line Meerschaum & Briar Pipes 'NCE, haste to go. and twl.tln/lRod and / turning of the cobra. assured by tbe bolder of It that the
Again ngnln rlkkl returned to the
of which be bad
piece paper to signed
4 victim. with now wrltblun reptile and bit Its bend
a sing
and Smokers' Supplies, with a choice line of t and body until It lay dying. bIll name bad been destroyed by accident
thought and by no chance could turn up
I Finally be ate tbree or tour luvbesof .
Are again against him.-Chicago Tribune.A .
brave beneath the
his mortal
Cigars in Boxes rot but carefully avoided
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: mistletoe. eating the fangs and polnm Ialld..,
S Just which I picked up by H stick and Child's E...y.
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Suitable for found them broken but with the venom The following essay was written by
The courage-giving mistletoe t sucks attachedContrary a fifth grade \pupil In one of the
f., s to popular belief, I am of schools of Los Angeles. The teacher I

Christmas Presents. opinion the mongoose Is not Immune had read'a description of en Icebergto
I .1 from snube poison, else 'why. should ho tbe clear; nod It was their duty to yl
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,1 r u _:: -2 :! ITH cheeks snffuied a rots so particularly and carefully avoid be reproduce\ It In their own words:

red Ing bitten It Is only by his marvel "The Ice Bird.-An Ice bird Is a very
ous activity that he escapes the spring large animal It makes more noise
That shamed
the
hollY'1livid than thunder sometimes They have to '
and darting strike of til* deadly enemy
Our Prescription Department--The Best. Special glow the robin dt l nipi'llo, Coy Inn be pushed.along It tnkSs! them n day

She held aloft her charming Times. to BO forty-seven feet Some of Ibo ice
attention given to out-of-town-orders. birds are forty miles long and thlrtv-

head, Helping Oth.... seven wide Sometimes the dent
The lawful kiss did not forego, If we gave asslBtaure. to each other causes. It to burst." Los Angeles. Y "

And, lot I And, lot I no one would be In want of fortune Times

That kiss beneath the mistletoe) Meuander.g .


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Stopped In Time.
; I. City Drug Store, MRS. SANTA CLAUS. "When you do tell :n lie;.. remarkedHamlet

Fatt. "tell an elaborate lie. *
"I don't know' about that" said Vor-. =====
I I Palatka Florida. I By ELLA E. BARNE5ICopjrrHht Ick: Hamm. "Follonlng hat policy
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1909. br American Frsu AMOelatlon GrocersOur East Florida
__ .J would have lost m. the Job I just got""How : Leading
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several yearn the proverbial ffi
"A manager wanted to know If I bud -=
Claus wltb white beard
_. -- -- ...,. FOIl visited our Christmas tree ever played Klubelleu. 1 never have, Our stock was never tore complete than nowe
but I said yes 1 was about to say
to distribute the gifts and dispense
s bill mirthful cheer. Last year that I originated lourual, the part.."-Louisville and, new goods ar arriving: weekly .
Courler-
.. . .. .. ba could not come, and as. the age U few of
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ou 11' specialties
A Testamentary PuazIs.An
S one of womanly achievement he asked
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pel'mission to send bis wife Englishman who died had tbree I Ferris Hams and, Breakfast Bacon t
Of Vlrs. Santa Claus we had all children, one son and two daughters, I t ,

beard, but none bad seen. tier, and the and he mentioned all of them lu hli Genuine GermOlives an Dill Pickles,
: announcement of her coming/ provoked will. [$

1t' f.JOHN T. BOND great Interest. :Mnuy. were.the queries I The ant clause Is. "I leave my piano Pur e Olive Oil.

regarding ber appearance, but none to Mary Elizabeth 'when! Arthur bitedone brands of Cereals
could be answered.. A knock: : at the All the leading :. ,
Yea 'with It" The oilier clause Is,
:. door announced! her arrival and in ....; I "To Susan Jane-she may take wunt Vermont Maple Syr up, New Buckwheat
came the kind old Imly, covered with .' So, though I'm bashful, I'm "
: Sells Arthur wishes to to her '
: Sunlight at Night (cotton) vnowflakos." rosy and aulniated here, and please excuse any trlntskes i ever There Is no doubt of glee Arthur's standIng Graham, WholePillsbury's \ Rye Flours, !Ii
ber but radiant I
after lung Journey may: make. Santa sent bis love and< ,
with loving good cheer and affectionfor beet wishes, and I've brought you eachpolar > In tbe document, but th.lOIUIP,1\ Gol 1 Medal, Obelisk
,. Bon} wants to sell you ,. all the? wore a long cloak of I a snowball as, a klud of curiosity.I I I question Is raised. Are Vary Elizabeth

> Lighting System; to bright red homespun ((11 teal flu tig.uu!, I picked them up Just before I startedout I and?Susan Jsne beneficiaries under thewill 1 and other Br arids of Flour.
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borrowed for the occasions. and a wou- They're In my bag here. This Fleishman's Comp,ressed Yeast Cakes
;. light; up your Store, '.. derful poke bonnet, nu nut-lent tslnsb, : bag was one of my wedding presents His Birthmark., .

.: Hall, Hoter, Packing trimmed wltb gleaming' holly and and I carried It on our ,first Journey.Of I An Irishman who'! had Juif traveled Fs Received crash t free times a week.

'houses. Banks Mills, adorned wltb flonlnif strings .f red course It's old. but I think so much from Dublin to Glasgow to seek employment gal Also the largest variety y of Imported Delicacies
aad green ribbon. Upon her hands- of It I'd never give it up. See the letters WIll Informed that be had
: ., Churches, Barber shops, were huge fur mittens and beneathher ou It-II. S. C. They stand'for poor chant of getting a Job becausehe a ever broughBOTH t to Pnlatka.

:-: V, I. A. Halls] eto. ,. cloak, which she threw back from 'I Hannah Santa Clsus. 'Twas the first wan displaying marks consistent .
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These lamps positive her shoulders. we saw her spotless. i monogram I ever hod" wltb pugilism

the service loud crossed kerchief and a wonderful i,' Tbe old lady' proudly'exhibited her "You mane that I've a 'black eye ear i:STORES r
.5 ly give ', lawn apron with green sprigged bor 'I old fashioned sole leather satchel and ebr
: last;
per l hour for running to the ladles, for she took a womanly ,, polar snowballs These wero formed "Shure, that's only A birthmark Lemon Street The West End..
pride in bet dress. although, she confessed I of white cotton, and each when unwrapped which 1 have Ton see sir. I was coming I
expenses. that the )''les did not changer I was found to ciuitnlu a tiny from Dublin ou tbe boat and by itmistake PALATKA, FLORIDA
We wept to put you II numbered star. The gifts upon the I went Into the wrong berth L

in A plant right now. r I and treehud tbe snowball been \previously Indicated to numbered each per- and."the-London fellow AD.who war.was. timers )cove iuthis. !hFi!:: !fififiJifi! !:

:. Write us. See us. : I I sou tbe girt to be received. Mrs > I Cluui herself. gave., the presents and

e. Look at our TJ I kept the company. amused by her comments ooeewoaooauooetwtwtwaet QQQQQjtQQOgg"( ,+w"uucweole IoiIiI"foI4iICiI4 OOOGQogg
upon the beauty and usefulness
:. Lamps :. of the various articles. '
Our Christmas Announcement !
The evenlnir of '
.: was one great pleasure '
and ask others ;
and merriment. At Its close Urs. 'I

5about them. ., Santa but, while Claus she was thanked Invited to the come ladles again for; We want every person in Palatka and surrounding country to see this magnificentstyle

s their kind thought she ssUI. Til haveto show We have done well in efforts
: Light np- your place : our part spared no expense o. pains our to
see what Mr. Santa
Clans ,
f with aSunlight I always ,do exactly as be wishes.says"for J gather for this Men's Dress Exhibition the ]atest and Lest in every article for men and

r, .. -- boys Our Special Sale continues to Christmas. ;,
4 It Chri.tma. day $nturd ir b* l
i' : Lamp A .,r..it winter that year .010'11 M*
And full of wind both laud mil shrill. I Our Celebrated High Standard
But In
Summer truth to tell.
t y .}and be happy. ,. : .'" .. .w 1J High winds itmir there be and itronc,
Full or <.mpo.t. luting lonE. h Guaranteed Clothing:
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CAMS ran maiD OLD IAOT.very While battier they ball multiply.
Come to our Store for all kinds of Christmas often at the north pole aud, anyway And erect plenty of beaete shall ....
she was too busy to think 01 They Shall be etrone. each one, and ...... is of the newest cut and latest materials and is fresh from the'

It:' Goods! Dolls and Everthing Else. : Much things. He Though ehall' them be found be lick' that thou.(.diet.15th net.aught beet tailors. Our celebrated Tenant Brand Pants are of the

Afar a short rest through which she : -, I ttf latest cut; and pattern.
Men' Shoes, Ladies' and Children's $hoes. rather gasped her' Christmas salutn- I
Wh. Tipping' Is Tstuesd.. .
Ions. she stood to make short speech
Gent's Furnishings, Hats,' eta It may be Interesting ( mention
5 before beginning her gracious labor ot o Full Assortment of Men's Hats. Caps and !
Dregs Goods, Ladies, Misses and Children. trimmed Hats, : distributing the gifts from the laden that It Is nrlther customary. nor advisable < t"
to Hire tips anywhere west of tbe Furnishing Goods. I
aud MUsea Long Heavy Coati at a bargain -just; tree.
Ladies Sierra )lftl1r..". I did It oo two occa
Ion heavy winter coat; for $2.JW value :. She said In part: "Ever since I marled .lnn8'ftn.1 In both learned '
; think of getting a /*, Mr. Santa Clans over ISO :year.ago. canes to my "
riMjrrl tbnt the waiters I ,,\IIIIIII"'nl"' ,,
.5 became so famlllnr ,,,,
S. 55.00. I've tried to be a real belpmeetto We haveg31aOS for Men "" *
bur lio e of $1.50 Shoes for len and Women >.. the blm. But I've never myself oth-
.t '*>r'Y*>'"> lye done Jn # "
1 I buy. : "T"t9re>> '' "<* I that thsy were discharged from Leather is strictly up-to-date in +
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best; that money can the work !iri"fl!kground, so to
.. Send the children! to see our Toyi and Christmas : speak:, aa a good wife should. However their employment\ ; by the Mexican pro- I style"aud guaranteed not to &- ...."
this :year aota'. been dreadfully prlti, win"** w toilful eye dlscovsredtin crack. f J- .
ins sttentlmi rrrttT quickly: and [ .
v .rwClrll:" Why Just think of all
fanodeWe am poaitirely selling goods cheaper than any house : wIMiniit romplalnl from he vMtors.'' 0
for Goods, Shoes, Gents those Philippine children added to t'ia 1 felt very uncoinrortable about" It. for Dry Goods,
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in Florida, Come tou Dry American list not so long: ago! not to uiv Intended kindness was to both Instances
:Furnish(lnga'eta. speak: of the Alasksns and others. lh. rout! of th. tronhle. Oaf- including Silk Dress :Materials' ,
Your truly, Then there's tbat bothersome crowdat Inn Msgssln. Trimming; *, 'MUlineryj, Skirt, '
Panama.: So Santa said to me, reel Jaok>t Capes and ShirtWaists ; "
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Dazing: 'Hannah.' be said, this year What it Leeks' Like ,

lHNT.BOND: r'I) have to ask you to help me dot by: I Urtle Elsie sued three. who wan I ,i 1 r /
.J refund
'ti* evenlnir. rnuxhlulchf: \ of the thin : your money. ,
tree I've always attended, but I can't 'crest. of the new moon .hunting tow "
Palatka Florida. .5 possibly gef there this year. I'll send In |the. west and'! *..- aimed, In greet ea- t ]1! 1 Leinon Street,
the presents as flaunt but :you go down rlterarat "Oh .look, Vxilt.'nurpl! The 1 1auNtn' i'i. .KANNR', '

e .. .e .. _. for me, won't :r jp, and distribute them all nun* sway, and titers |Kn'|' Pal atka Florida, '
S S. S. doe met A great many: ladles speak la Hurl tin* .l"rt but Just ;If* pklnr*- |1'l'1 I r. ,I A .." '.
.t ,sbllo!; ..these 1Zo$7.9aa.'LkS, nneatoF. J 11,OMlNl" an oot+nrJyyl9etMOMPs''rp'' nn +JrMtr" +t I gOC y+IOE OeA9yJ74M sO +MnMwMr .h .

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The Palatka Newsand
gueslkf Mrs. Ola A. Holmes. '''I
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Advertiser. There Is so much of Christmas good
cheer In the air that even the chronic A.1 .
knocker should feel Us Influence. I

The Palalka board of trade la going. to '\1 '
$ City fiappenings and arrange some fitting ceremony $to celebrate \
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; i A Christmas' i the oprulng of tho new Palatka i
*;. $ Personal mention. bridge to (raffle. The bridge' will probably (

.. be completed at latest by February 1.
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Additional local hems will bo found Let every citizen resolve the coming .
on inside pages. week that he will do his full part to j recognized a 'a" lender fIVi'r)'
make the year 1V10' a record year In the I) ,
: Master A. B. Carson of Sanford I. In city's growth and Industrial development.If where, olin LA found in Pa-

the city visiting relatives. a man can't do anything/ more, ho can ]atka only at ,
Feast I Osbourn Gray of Jacksonville Is visit. at least resolve not to "knock" the efforts .1!
at ing. his grandmother Mr. H. A. Gray. of others. I preSdcct1nQuaiity '

K. 1.. Arant Is home for the holidays I. C. Verlrces, of Palalka, Is spending .
from his mill duties >l Alexandervlllc, a few days In the city greatly to the delight Brnwn'Q
of his friends and acquaintances.Mr. .
t4'y" Ga.Mr Vertrees Is one of the moat prominent IcaderiUhiQz iPi .
W. L..Dorr of Federal Point WII men of his home city, and is frequently ,i :
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Christmas shopper In Palatka Wed no. In :
a Jacksonville attending tobuslne.s .
HAT in .. orOycax
The STETSON sue )
duy. Metropo
m.tle.-J.ck.onvllle

Earnest'sToDay I Miss Mary Tucker will enter the Wo- II. I' another of our lender. .- -

t mans College at lallahassce at the January Mrs. Katherine Lewis and son, Mr. __ ... .. __ t. ,
term. Geo. A. Lewis, of Yales Center, Kansas, '
Mis. Winifred Haughton hat returned Mrs. H. M. tlamm of LaGrange, Mo., I''
from an extended visit In Canada, Ohio Mrs. K. M. Rugg of Barnes MI.sourl City Iowa, We Are After Your Christmas Trade :
and Mrs. Wm. Bunch of arrived -
Unusual Bargains in Appropriate and Virginia.V. In the city this week on a visit to rd. : It
D. Sanchez, county treasurer of St. atives. and have many useful articles from which one may make a J \

.w4r Christmas Gifts. Johns Augustine county Tuesday died night.at hla home In St. from The Palatka fare for to the DeLand round on-trip the tickets occa. I selection-articles that havejutility and hence double 'Value. -

l Mrs. U. J. While of Dupont wai sloe of the Florida Stale Educational '. -
, Our store Is crowded with 'Xmas among the prominent Christmas shoppers Association Is only II.'90. Tickets can I We name a few of them beginning with the ,
, in the city on Wednesday. be bought on December 26th, 27th and

Gift: suggestions. Each department has Z Mabel Paige and company will open 28th. These excursion rates will be 1 Crawford Shoe for Men. 1 1They
Howell Theater 'given not only to teachers, but to all r
the New Year at the -I
Its share. Thousands of useful and substantial 3d. others who wish to visit the convention. 1
on Monday night, January
':; : 'Xmas Rifts;! can be found here.I lector Holdcn Is back home for the The son of D. Y. Giddings of Rice have Style and Wearing qualities.
t the Creek, who was bitten by a rabid dog I j
Christmas Holidays from University '
of the following suggestions weeks and who is t
A few of the South at bcwannce, Tenn. some two ago nowtaking

may help you out in a selection: Donald Barslow Is at home from Stet Welch &the Johnson Pasteur Is treatment now on his of Dra 13th .
i I I son University, spending the holidays days treatment anti so far has shown no Silk Hankerchlefs in Special 'Xmas Boxes. I -
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs S. J. Ban indication of the development of the I '
Handkerchiefs. rabies with the chances rapidly I Increasing I Beautiful line of Neckwear for Men and Boys. ? -

; SpsciaIJtaxed tow.Mr.. and Mrs A. E. Adamson, nee in his favor. -
Emma Coxc, will spend Christmas day The Palatka Board of Trade Is pre Elegant display of Men's Silk Lisle Sox at 25c p
I Lading nil linen Embroiderie.l. IldLfa, C in I CQ here the guests of Judge and Mrs. M.I. paring to give a supper, with green turtle I _

I Fancy\ Xmaa box, 0 for . E( I. Coxe. stew as an appetizer at the rooms of I ,- Fancy Suspenders, Dress Gloves, lr'll

4?. Other fine embroidered handkerchief at 85c, 60oC5c Dr. and Mrs. E.V.. Warren have the Athletic Club on Monday evening I
January 3d. The board la going to Shirts all -
home River Wilson Bros. in Styles.CHILDREN'S .
euch.Childrpiis ti moved Into their new on
and 75u -
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make a special effort to secure new .
: street recently purchased of Supt. L. K.. '
members In order that It may Increase I :
; Jtntial Handkerchiefs, colored bor- Tucker. ,
1L' 15c Its Influence anal nsefulness. Every ,
I' dera, 0 III box, per box, . . . Misses Minnie Kupperbusch, Katie progressive Palatkan oght to be Identified I I'I\, I
Th ": Barstow and Dorothy Bass, Stetson with this commercial and Industrial I ,
Ladies luitialiUandkerchtefs, fine, sheer soft I Dc i;!.;.: University students, are home for the upbuilding organization.

: lawn, luieu finieb, each . . . I Holidays. Mrs. Julia Porter, whose home was at SUITS. .
Miss Katie Owen, a charming young the corner of Reid and N. Third streets,
25c lady of Satsuma Mights, has been the died of pneumonia about noon on Mon. We hare a specially Fine line of the Celebrated Kuhn make of Suite for the i .
i All linen initial Handkerchiefs at, each 16o guest of Miss Minnie Buky for .everal day. Mn. Porter was 52 years of age ,

PI I days past. and She had was lived twice In married Palatka her some first time.husband little boys. They will please the mother. as well as the boys. .
Albro rejoicing
and Mrs.
Mr. Meyers are
tj Meiie\ initial Handkerchiefs, very flue, 16c' over the arrival of a fine son, being a Mr. Beaslcy. She was a .
which came to their home on Wednesday native of Barlow, Ga. The funeral occurred -
from the home on Tuesday

All luieu at . . . . . 9Rc morning morning Rev. H. Dullli of the Methodist IN MEN'S SUITS 1.j 1.
Dr. J. W. Darscy,. returned last week church officiating. The Intermentwas .
from an extended visit to his old homeIn in Oak Hill cemetery. For some
Boxed Hosiery for Gifts. Georgia, and can again be found at time back Mrs. Porter, who w.sln feeble -} Our Lender is the Celebrated GRIFFON Brand, hitnd-tailored, elegant in fit, finishand fcHi
his dental I office. health, baa been cared for by her IOn, .
I slJU Julian C. Calhoun and Almon Rosen Will, a 17-year old boy employed at the fabric. -
Pretty Lisle Hose, 8 puirs in box, per box berg, student in John B. Stetson university El Perfeclo Cigar factory, and who was
DoUsed, at home for the her sole support. This young man has
Other Fine Hose at per pair . . 50c I Holiday vacation. are been a dutiful, loving son, and the burden I @
of care was therefore light. In the '
.. t G. B. Mobley has sold his business coming years the memory of his faithfulness r /
;: Silk Hose at per pair i.OO, $1.25 and $1.50 recently established In Jacksonville, anlmay will be as a benediction. His 1/I.% S. Brown The Clothier, I
: return to Palatka. Mr Mobley was heart la broken by his loss of mother. .
in the city this week.T. Palatka, Fla.

R. Livingston the popular baker Mr*. Yelverton'a Death. .I -
E White Aprons. has purchased the two-story residence on fm
Fancy
Reid street between Third and Fourth Mm G. P. Yelverton, wife of one 01Palblka' ..
most substantial citizens, diedat
streets of Robert James.
her home on north Third street last ,
Frank Fearnslde Jr. a cadet at the Monday morning after an Illness considered .-
i There i is nothing more nppropriatti Riverside Military school, Gainesville, critical for more than three weeks mmm"'mmm"'mm"Tf."' '
Ga. returned home last Saturday to $- -
Her death was due to blood poisoning,
than beautiful Apron. spend the Holiday vicatlon. resulting front erysipelas
.
a Miss Irene Wall of Putnam Hall, a Besides her husband Mrs. Yelvertonis Holiday Hints !
j f fI
student of Stetson University, pawed survived by two daughters, Mrs W. Rowton
They are always useful. through the city this week on her way D. Dodson of Atlanta, and Mrs. C. A. [ is Ready
''Ii 'k her home in Putnam Hall. Mlddlelon of St. Augustine and two I"
: to ", attention ;! I
young sons, Edward and Vllmott. They I.hto call I to .
We have a large selection at 1 Miss Minnie Buky entertained quite. a were all with her when the end came. my especially fine assortment ;:;:;a
party of young people at her home Monday Mrs. Yelverton was a woman strongly of Holiday goqja, Including ::! For Holiday Purchasers .
rt' night in honor of her guest, Mist devoted to her home and family, was a Neckwear I
,
'J4 f% i Kate Owen of Satsumu Hlgbts. consistent Christian and a member of Fancy =! 7.
I with and better
25c, 05c 50c'Ci5c:: and75c. The Sunday school of St. James St. James M. E. church south of this Handkerchiefs "R a larger -H.
( Methodist Episcopal church '9.11bold\ city She was a native Palatkan, her for Children, Ladle and == l
selection
than
its Christmas exercises at the Athletic maiden name being Dora E. Simms. Gentlemen, ::: ever. '
The only survlng member of her father'sfamily
L I IThis Club rooms next Monday night. N. Dolls Decorated Crockery,
is Mrs. I. Martin of Brooklyn, iJ.
If The musicale to have been given by Y., who was prevented from being hereby Shirtwaists, SkIrts ::;; See my stock before buying presents for
Beautiful Linen Drawn Work. the Oman's Club Dec. 31st, has been ," Illness in her own family.
postponed till later: but the business The funeral services were held from Combs, Barrett everybody.

Iul clusa of goods always make an acceptable meeting will be h5lJ. on that date. the house 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, E\ and a general line of gift ::i g_ Toys! Dolls and Fancy Goods, Christmas ..J!:,i
conducted by her pastor Rev. H. Dutill! &:: goods, an pretty aa you'll and ::! ; '
:;
1 ;ri prevent. \V> have & large( variety of beautiful de.l"J The big doll cradled and sound asleep There was a large attendance of friendsfor anywhere in the olty. Cards, Calenders and thousands
marked the \ low. f In Miss Lucas' window has been an attraction E =3
t signs, and have < prices especially for the children of Palatka during Mrs. Yelvertoa was sincerely loved The Name-On Umbrella other things. "'I.

25c to $5.00 each. the past week of Christmas shopping and by all her whose death fortune Is deeply It was lamented.to know The her, :;; also make an appropriate 3: _-3 J Special Discount to Sunday chools. .J!::

I Louie Tenney, a student at the State interment was in West View cemetery. E present. Yon can get them 3;; ,
University Gainesville, passed through The sympathy of the people of Palat i: only at this store. aE
1 the city ednesday, enroute to his homeat ka Is with the bereaved husband and May Manton Embroideryand CHAS. E. nowToNlPALATKA.
We Have Thousands I Federal Point to spend the holidays. members of the family. = ;
Braiding Patterns lOc
E :::I
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Barstow celebratedtheir
I r of other articles that we might suggest Among silver wedding anniversary last Notice of Application for Tux: PffPd.Notice The very latest design ;::; I; FLA.Palatka's .
them are the following\ : r4i4 Saturday evening, entertaining a few 55 hereby given sCat M. 'AKtng. : Come and see the goods.
of OnrllllcMn No.
Tax %
r intimate friends in honor of the occa dated purchaser the Its day of July, A. u. INim:' !:: Wishing on. and all a Merry'Xma. *!'

( Shirtwaists Sklrts.IDresscs, Fine Tailored sion. 5 baa has made filed cald application certlfluato., for In tax TOT deed office to ,I.and..:,. :: and a Happy N.w Year. = $ .

Suits Dress Goods In exclusive patterns L. K. Tucker has purchased a vacant In aouurdanoe. with law Raid. cortlflcivteembraced ; :::I II
the following described 1 propertysttftted ---
1 lot on Kirkland St. in front of W. A. iHattie
,, ,
Kid Gloves, Belts, Fine Walton's residence and will\ build Nejrji'./ of in n.Putnam.'"; or n.county, unction Florida 3ft, townatilpJUS to-wlt N, Buky. 3Palatka m $$ $ $ $$ $ $ iRii5 .
e Leather d Bags etc. another home some time In the near 10 .range V5 -10 acre
[ future. The inlil land 'botng annrmed At the dAte of .
Florid
the laituan. of such certifIcate in the name E: ,
Mr. and Mrs. Edw.lIImoU of East I of Bamuel Perktnu.' Unleii lAid oertlflnat m New
I ''Weoh,' have :,i'..II\'linolof i Htiall, \ -ber. Palatka have the of
sympathy many will laHtie thereon on the mh day ol Jan. ,
friends here in the death of their Infant A. I). 1010. _
I
V( t Dolls Comb and Brush Sets, Gentlemen daughter, which sad event occurred on Wltnontmy ofllolnl signature. "nd.eAl this I Hardware Store fJ'
'the X4th day of December A. D IVOtf.
PSmokers: Sets, Choice Cut Glass, Tuesday afternoon.Mr. I (Mosti Ol'c HdTOHINMON Putnam .lrt.
Ulurk Court (Jo.
4 Pillow Tops, Fancy Bags and Mrs. Wai. Boynton week Ir. of By J.O. BalU. 1>.o. Will be open for the Christmas Trade with a
Puna, III., are spending the In the
and a variety of I city visiting Mr. and !Mrs. F. P. DuPonton I specially selected line of v .
1 Novelties. Kirkland St. Mr. Boynton Is a brother THE GREATEST CAREIn
of Mrs. DuPont's. I Decorated Chinaware Cutlery etc.
,
will time
handling oRen not preventaccidents
William Caldwell, a former well- In. th. Repairing of .anything !
::1 General
Hardware
the repaired part. should not be the woak Crockery,
known Palalka resident, now residing In pot vir aft<.r. '
Shoe Department. I Idaho, Is In the city spending the winter of Unni. KirtM at., tht. In mont partlfl- i Sash.Doors and Blinds. -
with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E, uteri? true Generally a ","mnnde. gun Isnotortb '
.
i is have a much n before. We do not
This now complete.Ve a Indisch.
department the broken
t "ntend'anything.V replace
good Hue of all gruel*!) for LndiPe. Muses and Children rt The Misses Dorothy Haughlon Rosa part by new once.'nt.o.; matter how niMIthe : Wm. TURNAGE
cloflO.it I lT a by nm to every
I' in low and high em,. All new aud nobby lie Mctcalf, and Mervin Kay, Palatka Job. ,
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styles, and thu pnct-a am right. students at the Mary Baldwin College, E. O. EARLS I Lemon St. Old Loeb Stand. .
Staunlon, Va., have arrived horn for I i
I the Holiday vacation. liT Lemon BMPalatka., Florida. $ $ $$$$$
';4 Come and :Jtako a thorough look through; our r $ $ $$$
.. Miss Addio Canfleld and Miss Mary -
and make selections early. .
various departments\ your -
Lou Bcauford. charming ladles of .
young YOU ARE INVITEDto
_______ Greenwood, S. C., arrived la the city NoUce to Contractors.
g Thursday and are the guests of Misses Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, call and look over our arrival of =I'mu; .i ; ; :
Special this Week. Louise and Mae Boyd. Putnam County, Florida. HOLIDAY GOODS. rS Headquarters. for 63

i Chas. Burl, popular assistant cashier of Palalka, Fla, Dec. 20, 1901. They Include, the latest novelties of Y-1
t4 For one efk:, Sntimlay tu Friday night, we he[ Putnam National Bank, has been at The County Commissioners of Putnam Neckwear, Kid Gloves, tiiarfa and A
The
4! will otTer some <>If thn greatest values in Ladies' his home on the Heights 111\ aince last County, Florida, will receive sealed bids Handkerchiefa, alao a beautifuL line of H. I
.. These Saturday. It Is said that Mr. Burl was for the conntruclion of a hard road from Hand Made Articles appropriate for DREW
Cttpi'S! Coats ftiul\ Olio\( PIUCH Dre si> one piece
,
threatened with pneumonia. Palatka to Rice Creek until Thursday ChrUtmaa remembrancesAn
drpaici como HI Tg", silk, panama and broad cloth. I Dr. Warren has some sample hookworms January 6th, 1910, and on that day at.j Inepeetlon will prove decidedly I w. B. co.
A good assortment of colors. They are the very in a vial of alcohol which he o'clock p. m., will publicly open tame. profitable-won't YOU make let I
r newest. It will pay> you to .i.t\ what we are doing in will show to callers. Even the dry Prospective bidders will obtain all -IM'ISS 45-4S-W. Bay Street
and of the work
.. m.a plans specifications con Jacksonville Flo.
committee will not disputethe ,
thin line. campaign : w-tu.mrorfhf a''
this office and their bids .
at ,
value of alcohol In of this lemplated ._ -
I cases may be left at this office until date specified. I\.QC\I I ... ...
: kind. Do Your Christmas

Justice J. K. Marshall will todsy bear HENRY HUTCHINSON Clerk, Impure' blood run von .jlownmuk : .
the cases of Ben Johnson and Raymond Circuit Court of Putnam Co., Fla."Doan's '
1fkI 1-4 you an easy victim for organic : '
Grant both colored, charged with keepIng .
.
dl.. anxa. Burdock Blood Bitter.purlfie.s hopping "With Us
.
"blind tigers, and selling booze.They '
the blood-ourea the
ft ftr were both arrested this week by Ointment oared me of ee.sema cause-

the sheriff's office! time. that The bad cure annoyed was permanent.me a Ionic build you up. Mall Order Facilities Unexcelled

Coburn's Minstrels gave (splendid entertainment Hon. 8. W. Matthews CommissionerLnbor .
FOR SALE-Two home
In rood Unlimited
condition of
Assortment
at Howell Theater last Fri. Statistics. Augusta Me. and carriage. Call Holiday Stationery
or write 109
day night. The company also paraded N. llih St., Palatka, Fin. 1]-;12l Books, Late Novels, Bibles,
the streets at noon with an excellent
Sea Grsiofrer for Best In
silver cornet band. The show was Immensely I In tli.401t". Prince always ftrooertee.raasonabl. I Parses, Leather Novelties, Fancy! Goods '
pleasing to a large audience. FOR SALE-Fine Jersey bull calf 3 Cut Olasa, Hand Tainted China
monthi old. Can be
:318-330-323-334; Lemon Street. The Palatka Sun last Bros Saturday circus attracted which showedIn a large near FOR new SALE-Two waterworks.good Sell building cheap. .Apply lots.. of S. J. Kcnnerly, Palatka seen, Fla.al stockyard I U-) tiK .0. Framed! *nj Unframed Pictures. Toy., Dolls] Games. &c.

flerryday block.t .< crowd from the country and these with to K. Wladlsch. It-( si -Kulntra-- .-- --the- bowel'*. promotes KODAK and Photo Supplies. Golf and Tennis; Supplies

I town people filled the lent at both the FOR SALE-Automobile, 4 cylinderS easy natural tnovemvn'i, cure con.etipatlnn Sporting Good.
afternoon and evening perform.aces. passenger. In good running condition. -Donn'n. .ul"'ot. Ad 1
t \ This show I. always popular, la Palalka, Cheap for ca.... L. H. AUORD. A. C. your druggist: ; for them. 36 eenU a OFFICE! Furniture (Sectional: Bookcases.

and worthily so. L. ae*.!. 11-IT-If Me. -- -,- -- S SS.

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