The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: December 31, 1909
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note: Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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t SEW mIES VOL. XVII, NO. 62. PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDA VrOiaiBiP' ''BKR] 81, 1909 : .1 Per'Yea/.. 't ;

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ARE Dr. H. W. Schrock and wife of LaGrange .
YO'USLEEPVl I Ind./'and Mrs. Eats Cleopbus ofWlnesburg. : | out old
; Ohio, were stop over guests :: shapes |:
it the Lake View. Dr. Schrock had Ring )
IWe. Wish NERVOUS ? been here some years ago, and while In : '
Pslalka made side trip to Inlerlachen ;g of foul disease; 5: Royal Baking Powder Is thft '
of time and labor -
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TIRED ? Miss V, R. Fox matron of the Emerson .
homo at Ocala. la a guest 'for the Ring out the narrowing 5 5e jp 4L\ savers to the pastry cook i ir
week of Miss Mary Fins Coburn at the : -_,. ;# Economizes flour butte I
Lake View. .

Miss Irma Wylie Is spending the week :; lust of gold ; s| ana eggs and makes thfooddeatIb1eandhea1thu4

t to Thank free of school duties with her uncle and .

i aunt, Mr. and Mrs.Alario Berklemena of ,- '. '. .. -
DeLand. Ring out the: thousand g .t7 '

V, 1. DuTllIa.. met with a quite serious scclaent :
the nature of which we did not ;5 wars of old
learn, but he has two badly fracturedribs ;:
as a result.
Our.many friends and
, : I Friend. here will be grieved to learn : Ring in the thousand

patrons for the most i the loss of.little Cora Grace i daughter. of ,
,,. John Smith of Gulf Hammock. Mr. ,
enormous Christmas Smith was a resident here for years. :e of
T years peace.Ring "
business we have ever Christmas here was variously celebrated C Makes most lueallMul Tartar'r "

had. that at Rest cottage on Thursday I
evening so as not to Interfere with the No alum no lime

..I | The year 1909 has been various was not other as large functions.as some While others the, It tree furnished in the valiant man The only baking powder

I the most successful In IT WILL WAKEN a general good time. Christmas -
from Royal Grape Cream of .
tree and entertainment of the Congregational (
: ,'the history of our UP VOUtt LIVERand church on Friday evening was and free I
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) considered a success. The children taking ___ "
;business tart it working Then -' ;= ---- -i.F = _
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part did nobly, and the music directed -
you can work, and enjoy it, too. by Miss M. F. Coburn with Miss d- larger heart --- ----- -.- ---
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Is indeed proof Clarine. Fraser and. Miss Bess Lyons of .... ,

enough that our THB OENUINK ho. the HID: Z ... the rendered.M. E. Church organists was well the kindlier hand THE MERCHANTS bought was practically especially. sold for the out-Christinas 1 doubt If trade we
: th. front of ..oh _"' .. and ft.. ? ; have $40 worth of these goods t U'f. It '
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'friends the .nd .I! at J. H. ZCIUN
appreciate CO. on UH .!*., In RIO.: Saturday. night Echo tree and programof OF PALATKA was certainly. a busy season la Palatka
I fact that : the Junior C. E. held at the Townsend out the darkness and we got our full share.. Friday was
ran SALI: sjv ALL cmuocis/r home was much enjoyed I also that given the biggest day we ever had."
)Merchandise is the -- by Mrs. Grace Ballou. for her little daughter Enjoyed a Phenominally Big Ackerman-Stewart Drug Co,-...We cater "
and Sunday school class, and the one of the land Christmas Trade. to the Holiday trade only I In a few
I cheapest to buy at all Tax Notice. by Mrs. J. M. Jones for her Jennie Wren lines," said Mr. D. W. Ramsaur of this
All advice and efforts of Palatka merchants -
class of girls. "but trade satis.
company, our was very
.times. 'I I will be at Precinclt with Tax Books in the Christ to induce Christmas shoppers to factory. We sold more goods, than dur '
on the following days Time to Plant Trees.To Ring make their selections early and avoid the Ing any Christmas season In three years.

Our stock of Clothing Crescent-City Tues. afternoon [an. 11. rush did not prevent the usual rush on The trade was steady and did not come
THta PKOFLE PALATKA the day preceding Christmas There
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In bunch. It well distributed .
. us a was -
j is broken in some Pomona Wednesday ,. .>an. 12. As the time of year hasreturned" ", for : that is to be. was steady and constant buying all through the week of .active Christmas .
Thursday morning; an. 13. 4
G telling out useful and ornamental trees, through the week preceding, but on the shopping."

I sizes, owing to the Welaka Interlachcn., Thursday Tuesday afternoon afternoon( un an. 18Ian. 13.- we take this way to urge all residents o.f -Alfr.d Tennyson.PALATKA day before there was a perfect cycloneof F. A. Gerber & Son, furniture-"We
!, Palatka and Its suburbs trade and the merchant who did not
not only owners, "
trade said Mr. Gerber
Johnson, Wednesday . 19. a good ,
heavy Xmas..rush. but of their in for his full share should profit
renters property, to use come
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bo better
Holtlsler I Thursday afternoon. an. 20. years, mny
efforts Individually. and collectively to to the extent of delving for the reason
than three
before the
however we aff. Hill Boslwlck, Tuesday morning; Jan. 25. years ago
promote the most commendable enterprise resolving to remedy.
but had much heavier
Bannerville, afternoon. Jan. 35.Jolorahome. money
of in this the Gem There The business.
able to offer maniseparateand tree planting a reason. was stock. Our trade was good."
Friday morning. aa.28.
City of Florida thereby enhancing in here and the men who went after It witha C. E. Rowton-"We '
carried probably
distinct afternoon.' an. 28. value and beauty, not only their own, purpose to secure a slice, got their slice.
the stock of and
Baldwin School', Saturday. . Jan.. 29. largest toys distinctively
but surrounding property as well, thus MANLEASESTIIEATER. ENUMERATORS I They advertised .and had. the goods to Christmas goods In East Florida south of
styles in all sizes-and On the above dates. my office will b. leaving: a mark of enterprise and thrift back Ihcir promises. One Is as nccces-,Jacksonville, and our trade was a hum
closed. that will surely be admired more and TESTIS EASY.I sary as the other. Our store ,Is the children'
mer. always
in all the newest R. J. HANCOCK! <<: more as time rolls on. All day on Friday. there was a steady headquarters. at Christmas tlnie.! and our '
fabrics. -Lea (Collector. The work of the past two years has stream of business which ran Into the business this was abend of last." '
year way
'been most commendable and shows Louis Kalbfield Manage Colonial Census Director Durand Set night, and the buying was not confined J. H. Yelverton jr., furniture-"No. '
In broken size For Sale. plainly what united effort can accom Theater Jacksonville. February 5th as the Date to toys for the children. Jewelry, clothIng vember was the best month in the history j
pllsh. A thrifty growing tree Is a thing for Examination. dress goods,shoes, furniture, vt.'tches of our seven years In business, but
garments we have 'of beauty as well as a health protector, To-morrow With Silvia Surai and hundreds of f the more expensive December has already beaten it Our
Chicken ranch good house 9 especially. so In a hot day. The oak Opens m.... Company.. Washington, D. C., Dec. 27, 1909- articles practical. use and adornment business for Christmas week was big,
some very rare rooms, stable, 3.,hen houses, 1 pamphor and palmetto .are favored. i Any person of good judgment, who has made up the substance of old Simla .about double that of last ye",. We are
above others. The former retains its Louis Kslbfield the popular proprietorof received an ordinary common school Clous'. gifts to the people. It was the perfectly satisfied."
bargains to offer. incubator house. 16 miles leaves making less litter and the latter. the Arlington Hotel In this city has. education, can readily and easily pass best year for business ever known In Pa John T. Bond, dry goods and notions
from Palatka, clay road. 2 with !its small roots Is less Injurious to Just secured a lease of the Colonial Theater the test to be given applicants for Census latka. Here's what some of the merchants -''The Christmas business was more
walks. We would also urge that all and will open the same to-morrow enumerators' places on Saturday say: than 1 prepared for, and I didn't have
minutes from postoffice store. owners of trees cause the same to be night with William Trlplett's Sylvia Feb. date finally set by U. S. W. S. l'ry-1 haven't figured up yet, help to wait on It. Business was better
Sell cheap. trimmed to a proper height and suitable Summers Company. The TimesUnionof I 5tbbtbe Durand, according to but Friday's trade ran way ahead of last than. I thought possible. 1 aro more than
shape and be mindful of[ the fact that a | Wednesday speaks of' the venture an announcement from the Census Bureau year. 1 had a tremendous stock of goods pleased."
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good will thutly and there's Rood bit of it left. but the -
hitching; post rcpay"manylimes today. This will be a comforting a
M. R.Palatka. KIFF Its cost as a necessary convenienceas "II I. often said that It's an 111 wind 'assurance to the several hundred thousand coming year bids fair to be a good business POMONA NEWS.
.,;jf? Our new line of Spring well as a tree protector.R. : that blows no good and so itb... who are believed to be contemplating year and I'll need the goods. Yes,
Oxfords from the Fla. R. Brakeman. proved in the case of Louis Kalbfield, application for the places.It we had a big trade." Christmas passed off pleasantly and '
.7 D. W. Ramsaur' who by the way Is a theatrical manager was emphatically slated at the bureau L. A. Smith-"Our trade for Christ quietly In our little burg. There were
+tJ! Celebrated Ralston H. M. de Monlmollln. of national reputation, and who has that the lest will be an eminently mas was bigger! than ever. Puts one in number of home Christmas tree partieson
_ Board of' Trade Tree Committee. taken over and attached to his already reasonable and practical one, similar to mind of old times. But we were prepared Christmas day and the true and entertainment
Health Shoe Co., just Palatka, Dec. 58. 1909. extensive: chain of theaters, the Colonial that applied to applicants at the Twelfth for It and handled It easily." given in the hall. the night before '
situated on Main and Beaver streets. Census. It will consist of filling-out a Miss Hattie Buky-"Our Christmas was much en joyed by old and young.
recelv d. Remember' A Since securing his lease Mr. Kilbfield sample schedule of population from a trade went more than $500 above the The tree was loaded with trillS and we

it's a guaranteed BargainIn FOR SALE.Four has been positively decided in his policy -. description In narrative form, of typical same period last year .and our day before believe there was not ono attended who
the place. high class family trade $125 better than. for
of making families; and, in the case of enumerators Christmas was was not remembered either by Sunday
Patent Leather. Real Estate.. resort, where clean comedy and whose work will be In the rural districts the corresponding day .last. year. We school or friends. The children rendered .
-5- dramatic performances of the better they will. be called upon to fill out an had the goods and with extra clerks on their songs and recitation exceeding: -
,1 We are also able'toshow 'We have"for Quick Sato room cottage, lot 50x100 'for$&50. kind may be presented at cheap prices. additional sample schedule of agriculture hand we took care of the trade. satisfac i ly well and all spent a happy Christmas
his "
Mr. Kalbficld. in energetic -
9 Room House $50.00 cash and $8.00 month. "Naturally from Information furnished. by the torily.
advance spring. per way, commenced looking over the Census Bureau. Fearnside Clothing Co.-"HI&b class eve.The
cold did -
Hawes'Guaranteed in desirable locality good Nice 6 room, 2 story residence, lot field for a desirable attraction, and had All persons, whether women or men, goods were In demand this year and we our vicinity snap no grcttt" damage In -
in except to cause the
styles .
Modern 1300 O. orange
75x100. plumbing. when at
I : all but despaired of doing so, who may desire to become Census enumerators were better than ever before enabled to few
growers a qualms awl" lesson the
$3.00 repair lot 100x120 for Twelve led. North End, best vacant almost the very hour he decided to must be citizens of the United supply this demand In our line. The church attendance on Sunday. '
Only 130000. lots In city $100.00 to $600.00 each. make. a trip to New York for the purpose Stales; residents of the supervisor's district trade was. Immense," said Mr. Fearnside, are going out by several car loads day
Hats. Seven room. two story residence. of engaging talent and organizing a company for which they wish to be .appointed "but I am not in a position to say just and the packing houses the busiest
Answer quick. Modern plumbing 150000. expressly: for the Colonial: he received ; must be not less than 18 nor more how far it exceeeded that of last year, as places. in town Just now. are
news of the almost total destruction than 70 years of must be physically we haven't. figured up. But our sales
; Fisk
Seven buildings to be sold In lump, George and Miss Susie Fisk wentto
2000.0. of the Bandy Brothers' Hippodrame able to do the work; must be trust were bigger than ever. The people their home In DcLaod to spend .
Saturday's storm, In Savannah know thai 'if It's from Fearnslde's it's
theater, by worthy honest and of good habits. Christmas whence
Nice residence 4 rooms, good location where William. Trlplett's Sylvia must have at least an ordinary educationand guaranteed. ,' and that we make good Miss Susie has decided
H. flnley IllCke& er[ & Bro. tenth not to return. Mr. Fisk 'came back to
100000. Summers Company were In must be able to write plainly and every promise set forth in our .advertise resume charge of W. S. Aliddletoa's
20 hammock land 2 clear. week of their season's engagement In Palatka Is In
The Christmas rush acres acres with reasonable rapidity. meats. growing rapidly packing house during tho remaining few
ed, $100.00. permanent slock. Negotiations were Those who can comply with these requirements population and Importance as a commercial week Miss Susie has friends In
surpassed highest Real Estate andInsurance FOR SALE-Nice S room Residence; immediately entered into between are Invited to put In their center and this store is trying to her old home town who many are sorry to lose
h modern improvements. Lot 100 x 150, Manegcra. Kalbfield and Triplett, with applications, as there will be at least 68- keep pace with the general. order. It is her from their circle. .
: aim--but our stock is one of the best homes In the city. the result thai the clever company will 000 enumerators' places to be filled by gratifying to us as business men to know Mrs. Charlotte Welch of Knoxville,
i Worth $3,000 to close quick for $2,501 be transferred to Jacksonville intact the middle of March In preparation for that our efforts are so generally appreciated. Tenn., spent a couple of weeks with her
still complete and Opp. Court House cash. P. J. BUCKS. 10-22-tf. and will appear at the Colonial for four the enumeration beginning April 15th. Business was never better in Pa. parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. & Olntstcad
weeks, commencing Saturday night Application forms, with full Instructions latka, and next year Is going to be a hum brck
going lo in time for
F new goods are coming 'Phone 128, P. J. DECKS January 1, New Year's night. The for filllng-in, and complete Information mer unless nil signs fail." New Years. This is Mr Welche's

in to fill the vacancies. Hippodrome In Savannah will be reconstructed concerning the lest and the C. J. Smith, jeweler-"Our Christmas first vibit In eleven and it has -a S
Falalka. Florida. returned years
will be
I. Palatka, Florida. when the party method of appointment, can be secured trade went way beyond our expectations.Yes given her old friends mud. pleasure to
Therefore we can fit Grainger has built up able grocery there where they have scored a pronounced by writing to the supervisor of census It was way In advance of last year." sue her again

and please any man-- I,I business! Reason See Inr him.Fresh goods at "The organization bit. though one of the. applicant for the supervisor's lives. All district applications In which, proper.the ter Miss than Kate last Lucas year.-It"Our was trade most was satisfac bet Miss Edith Krook was a guest of',her if*
| lowest
at Lake Helen
oldest In the country, Is new to J..ck.on.vllIe. ly filled In must be filed with the super tory." parents over uhrlstmas.Mrs. _
_ 4' and the Little Men- but comes highly recommended visors not later than January 25th as any J. H. IftuCbtoo-'Ve had a fine trade, W. M. Williams, from South .. ,
4b, well. as one of the cleverest and most evenly received after that dale. cannot be considered way ahead of last year-perfectly satis Florida, has. been visiting her sister-in-, I
as balanced stock companies In the entire factory. law, Mrs. W, S. IlIddletoldurin& the
South. The opening production will be Those who have already sent In their Jas. C. Ray confectioner-"Best trade holidays.
the dashing four-act comedy-drama. An names to the Supervisor of their District since I have been In business. We dida Mr. and Mrs.. R. C. Mlddleton of

American Abroad. At the New. Year'snight will In. few day. receive these big business." Long Station were In town for the _
1 : performance and for the whole of formal application blanks, or, forma and M. S. Brown clothier-"Yes, we had Christmas. Eve entertainment.Fomonaltes .
Nineteen Hundred Ninewas Ibo following week, there will be 500 full instructions. a line Christmas trade, way beyond our I to visit Palallu
: for Christmas

choice seats at 10 cent and satisfied. Friday
While the term of employment Is expectations, we are shopping last. week Mrs. Frank
We wish you a Happy short, lasting from fifteen 'fo forty days, was the biggest day I ever had In tlucle, Halsey Huele Muck. !Marten, Mr.
- KEUKA ITEMS. the compensation will be good, considering business. See those empty tables and and Sin. Geo. Miss _
New Year and prosperous good to us. Oar efforts to make it Winter Is here In earnest, bringing the easy. nature of the work, and that vacant. space on the shelves They and father Harmon J. H. Wyelh, ellSlosWyetbl Miss Stt

one through to your advantage to do your buying at with it a number of tourists to our little the fact that no education, or special tell the story. In our advertisement this obba, and Mr. and Mrs. Court-
week I want to thank the people for
E burg. Among those who. arrived before training, la necessary. It Is expectedthat land Middluton.
this store Was crowned with success and the of enumerators will their generous patronage .and wish them
out.Fearnside Me..... Harwood George pay range Quite of
/I Christmas are a colony people from Danbury
from three to six dollars day, accord- .all a happy. and prosperous new ye..r.The .
Arthur Brown per
business exceeded
Snow, Conn. Is '
our our early expecta. Woodbury J. expected to arrive here
will certainly be
and Will Howe, all of Charlotte. Mich. Ing to the difficulty of enumeration coming year" pros. this week. Some of the 0umb own
tions by several thousand dollars. AndnoW' Iisdbockand and the of the individual. to us all.
Maine Is represented by Oliver energy I perous property here already,and the others we

forNineteen Mrs. A. H. Spence both from Need. '.I 1 counties The First of Citrus District, DeSoto consists, Ilernando of the, i "We The had Earnest a big Company trade all dry through goods the hope town!, to that Interest will enough In our little _ _

1 week," said Mr. E. M. Earnest, president they purcbajohomes.Mr.
Lake Lee
ham.Mr. Hillsboro LaFayette, Levy
and Mn. G..... W. Campbell of Manatee, Marion Monroe Pssco) polk, of this big company. "the biggest we J. H. Wyelh Is moving Into his
Hundred Ten Hollywood Ala., have purchased the Sumlcr *and 'Taylor, and parties living ever had_runs way ahead of all former beautiful new home thisweek.. The
I Wm. Miller place and are now comfort therein, should address applications ana years. In f..ct.. each month of this business house is modern and altogether up-to- '
ably located there. Mr. Miller and family Inquires to Mr. Henry W. Bishop Supervisor since Its organization, has shown a date. and Is a great acquisition to our
will occupy the Llmpus house until of Census, Euslls Fla. steady advance In sales over the preced- town center.R.v.M.C..
let ua wish all our friends and patrons spring. I The Second District consists of the lag month, and during November and Welch 1 Is quite ill at lila
and New Year and Ralph Morris stfd mother of Utlca, N. I following eighteen counties! Alachua, December this yenr It took a most decided home, and unable to be about at all at
a happy prosperous Y., are the guests this ween of Miss Jennie Baker, Bradford, Brevard, Clay, Columbia jump to the front. We are greatly this writing. His f friends ate much:: con.
assure them that their continued patronage Germond.Mr. Dade, Duval, Hamilton, Nassau. encouraged, and we are satisfied the people cerned about him. -

Clothing and kind influence will be appreciated !. and Mrs. M. Perman Smith of Orange Osceola. Palm Beach. Putnam, of Putnam. county appreciate and Wishing the News a prosperous and
Jacksonville spent Christmas hero with St. John, St. Lucie; Suwance, and Volu- will sustain by generous patronage a happy" New Year.
and our every.effort will be toward Mrs. Smith' parents Mr. and M.... C. J. ala, and parties living therein should address store that does its level best to keep fully Your_Pomona Correspondent. ,7-_ _
at this ste7"J/It-. O'Havec. Mr. LeSueur Gaulden* Supervisor abrest of the times. We thankful for
making Avery.traneaction of people of Census, Jacksonville. .., or call at the public confidence, and propose to III Health 1* More Expensive
A came
CO. satisfactory one, giving you better va out from Jolly Palatka parly. Christmas young afternoon Ina the Census office Government building earn Its continuance the coming year- by Than any Cu.... -_ _
than elsewhere. Mitchell Would Jacksonville giving the people tho benefit of every ,This country !Ie now filled wltb
bandsomenew car.
neat you can get also use the adjective "large" In speaking The' Third District. contains the counties opportunity offered us to secure special people who migrate aorosj* the continent

of the car, under other circumstances, of Calhoun, Escambla,. Franklin barll' lnl. Palatka has made some mighty In all dlreotioo. aceklna,,, that, _
Lemon and Third :; but ask them about the size. Gadsden, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson advances In the past two years or more I which gold o onot buy. ITlne-tenths)
Leon. Liberty, (Madison Santa Rosa, and has only begun on the forwardmoyement. of them are suffering; from throat
Palatka. .J. H. YelvertutT Jr. Mrs. Walter Vivian and children returned Wakulla, Walton and Washington. .. The coming year will provea and lung trouble ehronlo e tarrr>
her Wednesday alter a pleasant Mr. While of Chlplcy, Fl. Is the Supervisor record breaker for advancement and resulting from neglected, colds'', and j',
.1 < visit. to Lakeland, and were the guests of oithis District. we'll not need the help (?) of the saloon, i pending fortunes Talnl/: trying; to. '
M... O'tUver over night. This test to be given applicants for either. I am satisfied. that we would not retrain lose health. Could evorynifarer
Home Census eaumerators' places Saturday! have done the business w. have had bat undo the PMt and our? ,
Complete Furnisher, TOMATOES I have about 15 bushe'i February 5t">, will bo held at ninny Palatka legalized lh. saloons. to divert that first neglected cold all this sor*

1r of green tomatoes for cooking and pickling places throughout ihe State, probably 1 by the money of the people from antclin tow, pain, anxiety a t)1 expense. _ _
.,"IF FROM FEARNSIDE'S purposes. now ready. Send orders the postmasters, and It Is not expected that benefit them to that which would oould have been avoided. Chamber, _
|COMES 522-24 Lemon St. Palalka, Fla. lo FUrl Gibson East Pslalka. U-H-ll. that any applicant will have to travel Impoverish." .. Iain's Cough Remedy I. famous foe
k 1 more than fifteen or twenty miles. to Gay Bros., grocers.-"We bad a magnificent lt. our..nof Gold,,.nd ear. nlwaya )"
ITS. GUARANTEED. : reach tho place where Iho examinations business at both stores." said elKpeuclttd. ojjou. (Jag it and th..
_________ t. G LOST-Overcoat Sunday nlgh< on held. _ ..... Mr. Geo. K.: Gay "the best.we ever had. more serious disease may beavotUF :-
Lemon belweea 4th and tth streets. -
Our sales were about double those of "d ,
L Kinder return to B. T.; Holms tad getrewsrd. Have you ever tried Grainger' irroflats last year. and as 5 'consequence we feel ...r sale. 'liT. A. :ar""'-. ,-..St.'r'''
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4' > 1," THE PA T New The .suggestion( Admiral Schley that 1 Well Thought Out. m tm1! ,
the north data be also aubmltI .IN
Ferry pole -
TWO UGLY ANIMALSI '. (whu him burn' refusedr( -Dots't

and Advertiser. I tnd to the Copenhagen scientist>> who hy a Trader Waa Consigned to Jl! "you think that u girl nouiclliiH'3( Buys .

.__ __ ._..Sintered at the Palatka postofflo as examined Dr. Cook's figures, probably I ,> by e Magistrate\, VHo"v1tlioiit' iilllck>nt ronHlilvration
voices the sentiment of a considerable : 'jGlrljiwho< Isn't. having hay 1 proposal. ) W. A.
\ uallable matter of tbe second class.PnMished Pips the In moat' liimfM Ihnt maintain in n e.mmof ; I
-Of course nut. Why. the matter bun
Those Rhinocerosand
portion of the country. That Is to soy Big JII.III'Uh.\ .. liuitllutlim: corn tnnnds Co.Dealers
at F&latka., Florida, onJ'rld.,1 always received conulderutlon long before
by let tlio Jury that passed upon tho Cook I the Hippopotamus. the rodpect, of the<. )public !. baa In the moan proposes
claim also tho Perry claim Its blinds the of m-cnrlnir, '
pass upon ) manna nn
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1. p 7, RUSSEL.LOKeRS.. Admiral Schley Is not without some I outward nhiiw. ofrosppp't( IInllpr'nn\,' W< -

rY;, w.. A. tUSSBUU cuter claim. to recognition as an authority on THEY ARE HARD TO CAPTURE. cln'iiiiifltnni'CR. In Unltl thin (power : Crate .
Arctic ocean navigation. He commanded nppehrs to be made a source of rev Material;

Th old year was good one, the new the Thetis and Greely expedition In cane, according. : -to a story told by U.rrlchard f. : ; t 1 ;

should be bettor. Do your part to make Getting Awy With One of the Colossal tn "Where Black l Itnlc
1881 and rescued Lleut. Greely and six : ,
of-all Kinds '- I
Brutes Makes the Work of vVhll*.? "r' -
!it to. ; -
turvlvorj! at Capo Sabine for which he tf
nnl'tln'n II' 28. :
the Felines Seem Like A owed trader *: A y t
,, was awarded a gold medal. from the Child'sPlayMethods Haitian to .
Jiidiruionf rl'lllIt..lolllbC! ',
| \pay
S. Liddon of the 11 I W:
Former Chief Ben) Hunters.
Justice '' ; r
Massachusetts Humane Society. -l.a'. went Info m'nnrtwas' Elton IIn<1Ihp /I 'Fruit and .

of the Florida Supreme Court, Is dead at .-.-- -'- -- I TriiMiInu I the big fellpea I Is child' trader ngrrepd to send messenger : > : .:

56 years .s the result of a surgical opera Five of the six employes of Ibo American -I !piny compared wltb tbn work of,cap.tlll.I"1 .- to the magistrate' every -ww-li\ for the i & >':'rl .

' ? UOD. He was a lawyer of note, aDd! Sugar Refining; company have been ( tlioHu luiuberlug, colossnl 8DI.Illuia money :. Yegetafele :! :, (. ,

lpyr made his home at Marlanna. found guilty of frauds In the weighing of ut the "bit pig" family tb* rbluouei'oH In duo I line ho sent' for the Oral In '., ,. '. )
Hurt tbtf nod Informed that the
I hippopotamus.Too ntnlliunnt was / .
which resulted In the cheating of ,-1 '
The Honorablo Robert McNamee of sugar, Hiupld to tuiuv or'to' break to a I Hull lair"hud not paid np. but thnt'ho i '- ,
r the United States out Of revenue. One halter mill hla. fntlitrn, ,,' J I -
Tampa has come out boldly as a support bra henry transport should IIP \put In prlxnn for W '
4 of the men had the benefit of a disagreement humlmld of Three auks passed with the carne .rap. ,i ',
for the United
l P.
of .
er James becauso of his general good char ueee.. result. One morning the nnttlnn) wont f ,,'? A ;.- a..
i {,; States senate. Strong man, that !Mc.i acter. The jury recommended the convicted time, u> brliiu' ma of these flee to Mix lo the Irador'n more. What Bond!; bo EASY AN D SAFE TO U$E' .. ," 1 ; *; '_ } "

Nmee-almot as Influential In Tampa men to the mercy of the court. tlioiiHunil 1/11\111"| i creatures ont of ri juu asked( would come to the trailer If he., Palatka Florida. /- t .' '

I as Tallaferro Is la the state. If this should happen to dispose of the I glp Into clr Ilium Ion. Therefore the poor tune were throw Into prison 1 .INEXPENSIVE ; I -, ,..
frauds the will expert's only chance Is to find a cow Let the trader forgive him bis debt ; -
only to
If the friends of Col. Rob't W. Davis sugar case serve I with a calf and to capture the young and earn thereby. untold .reward lo a / !
accentuate prejudice and to bring the
of Tampa could prevail on him to announce future state. KILLS LICE '_

t for the United States senate courts into public contempt. By stop orm.Compared with the alert, grim ..*- After some talk the trader gore him __ ___. _d __ __
x there would soon be something doing ping, here the government would betray lerlor of I the felines there Is little In a letter remission, which he went '
throughout the length and breadth of! Itself as Incompetent to defend against the aiipfiirniire' of a phlegmatic, pandcmim off to present to the magistrate. The OH ALL LIVE STOCK. <"lI olAIIJiII1111UWm: : :',!llii.'dl' i JlltJ W I163771.JtNtI9GCti": / '. :CIi;;!"!: sq'. .':JIII:I'IIII''IJIDml.'lllllrIlllP' *itl11! ,I .

the meanest of Its enemies; as an organ pig like a rhinoceros lo Indicate affair was settled but the Haitian was '

wcr Florida, and "Bob"who did Davis things, the one-time would I ised bully when It comes to punishing Its rent fiirucloiiHiii" There I I.* hardly truck by the bad grace with which S DISINFECTS. l lka; 'Aufomobile & Supply" Company :
his the wvnk, and as a coward when It oughtto I u wild iiiilniiil lu r-xlHtencv which la the magistrate dismissed blm. CLEANSE i'i'l'
soon find the hosts gathering to punish the strong Even the recommendation more dnugt'roes linn tills rarest of all IT* forthwith returned to the trader PURl, ....

w I andard. __ ______ to the of the court our ini'imueHv captives. Awkward as and asked him If he bad received the '
mercy the great creuturu appears. when at $8 already paid Into court. Tbe trader H hat te many uasi (hit It I\I 'IMitchelill/ and "Maxwell' *
Referring to Senator Tallaferro's recent would In such a case be regarded as amore rent, once aroused It ditches. through looked surprised and .raid that be bad a necessity on very ,..... \ ,

visit to that city and his candidacy out of consideration for the sugar she densest. thicket with the Irrrnliitlble received ootblog."Theo rq-tE-s'l
3 for re-election the Tampa Tribune remarks trust which will undoubtedly the AUTO: M'O :
pny speed( of nn express train since yon have remitted the CURES MANGE, scAB, i .
r that "a second primary will be fines, than an attitude of clemency to. To flitch it rhinoceros. the trapper RINGWORM, SCRATCH: '.tit'
Uen. Marina and
unnecessary In this race." Thousands ward the culprlta who got jammed between proceeds. with preparation niucb a* Stationery _

r'; of people In all parts of the state are their employer's orders and the would tin explorer bound for a two or Accordingly tie went to the court to Destroys All Disease Germs OiiBpline JJiiRioea and -.

do agreed that the first primary will be all law. : three year expedition, In the Interiorof present his claim. Tbe magistrate at Supplies, : i

---- .- -- nn mipwplored; continent; for the once committed him to prison. A c ,: (list's needed to show the present senator DRIVES AWAY rugs i
Certain manufacturers and employers dlttlculty confronting him Is thu tLree- who bad beard the story asked the Work. :
where. he Is at. : .
of women labor In Illinois are trying to fold one of first, penetrating n thousand magistrate what the man was sent to *OU UL* IV .. '

I, Wellington, W. Cummer, one' of Florida's Induce the supreme court of that slate to : or more mile Into lhe Interior; prison for:; AckermanSte.varl'Drug ''' Speeitilty. c '
I HHcond. of (IndliiK nut only n rhinoceros "For contempt of court," wag the ;
t'i .t lumber barons, Is dead at his home declare unconstitutional law limiting 'r
but a rhinoceros. cow wltb a cult reply. __ .1."I" ,
.? In Jacksonville and during the hours of the working hours of women and chil- old enough to capture, and.* Instl".- effriingpnrllng Co. Palatka. Florida. ,

his funeral by proclamation of the mayor Jrcn to 10 a day. They say that to pre. J
,4r his prize across bills and er, lu, -r, 5. .1:1NlaT: ( '
.1''!" all flags on city buildings were plRc'JiIj. vent women working as many hours cs mountains und plains over river tlndrll.h. aliIBRYURVfiEQtlROn: !lllt_l7eJONmu' nR7lRCCFIIIIRllhuttzam. ;
M .. ... ...
: ,'--- ed at half mast, all city business was they please-or as their employers pleaseIs ...", iicross. swamps mind 'through A Cough -- _. ___ ._ '" __ _dd ___ __ ___ __ .__ __ _

temporarily suspended, and business to restrain liberty of contract. On the forests to civilization. + ==-.= --. .

t houses requested to close. Mr. Cummer other band those who sustain the law, Skirting swamps and rivers, tbe men Oeeu WL1uUULLE L1a77antt111NIJ

was a man of large means and a IIbernl'Q say that to work women more than 10 ere ever on the lookout for tbe deep 3 n : :== : : : ::: :Pharmacy: :", : : ; y''' i,

giver to philanthropic and charitable hours a day Imperils life. Women, it is round spoors. like 1pie plate driven MedicineAyer's 3 Let us know yourGrocery E \ PALATKAFLORIDA.; :. .. "
luto the mud for lu tills wet ground .
purposes. It was his gift of $100,000 that well known, become physically tired the rhinoceros love to wallow. Frequently I !:1- Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and-: 4 : .

"..- made possible the present Y. !M. C. A. quicker than do men; they cannot stand rive or ell' month' euipsei before -I Cherry Pectoral.Is a 1 Patents. 'i,(J 4 "'

building Jacksonville. as long hours of labor as do men. There the truck of a cow: and t calf are : regular: cough: medicine, a J g I PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY OOMfOUND&O.' I I/I/({ c.

fore to overwork them Is to menace the picked a rta !) \
up.Noiseless strong medicine, a doctor'smedicine. QAHDEM GEED AIJ.a1I.llor, Steamship tln 11|:1i j(
Former Governor Vardeman of Mis health of future So It Is and from well to leewurd.the r. ..
v generations. Good for .-- :: .- !i ::._

slsslppl has been on a visit to Ocala.sy the duty of the stale, according to the trapper' mid his men gradually ay a\ Wants H Hj .n _d' .. T ---. '.'.,
t" He came to attend the wedding of the argument of the able attorney who Is teal nearer until Ibo cow mind the coughs: hard toughs, desperate .'

man who had been his private calf are. Incloxed In u circle.: From coughs. If your doctor For Ii.Lop.. BAir.iv. J.: W a nll Uii.i.tABl. ,
young defending the constitutionality of the and will be "to
we pleased
attend out uf the muze of cane and endorses it for takeit. ra President.. Bwrf.and Ttr...
secretary. While In the slate he took your case,
la10 step In and prevent this abuse of sound the famish with the beet f New and Up-to-Date
stumping ,
time to give long Interview about the creeper uneasy If not doa' take it. Nevergo you r
women. The "liberty" of which they ; : The G.
of the coWltb. a half snort balf t obtainable Furniture and Loper Bailey
"Negro Problem." It appeared In a recent to his advice.. goods at surpris-
1 arc deprived is of much less consequence KrlloIII uu lutitunt tbe rhluoferos: Is contrary .

Issue of the Tampa Tribune. The than the very life of the nation which is all attention. Uend raised and nostrils w. pnbU.h our ........... :? ingly low prices. rj House Furnishing Goodsat ', 1 i

ftL cllltI.gullbedIIlsslsslpplan\ Is n striking put in jeopardy Mo proves If any such snldlng. she searches the air stmdlly., W*> bnUti .,.....1 j None but First-class. .goods a very low prices Fire Insurance:
character. In spite of his lurid writingoa demonstration be that the law At sight of one of the savages lima cow A our"' ......sel i find shelf tj ,' ...
necessary, room here. We aJ ;
this dark subject, he Is said to be a restricting the working hours of women dashes with the speed of a race horse .l/erfrom. aon..ts. .....FOG"FO.. oJ u Go to LeadingAmel'iean and Foreign .
man of genial personality and possessed at the man charging the human decoy, aooeo. want to cunvinoeyuuof this oj
and children Is based upon a scientific
of a big heart. Somehow we do not und at Unit Instant the trapper' rifle BO come and see for yourself, u R. S. Companies -
principle and that Its enforcement protects I I. beard und) her furious charge I I. The dose of Ayer' Pills I I. small, only .. IJ Mooney .
think he Is a wise counsellor. The the health, morals and well being over provided the bullet. reaches tb. one it bedtime. A* s rule, laxative doses a or, phone your order iu to ojj r ."

statesman docs not live, who can foresee of society. Already 25 states have are betterthsncatharticdosee. For con No. 84 and it will receive HJ l
pass heart. by striking Just behind the left stipation, biliousness dyspepsia, ick- IJ Palatka Florida Life Insurance:. ,
the final future solution of this great ed laws limiting the working hours ot foreleg-tbe only vulnerable point In headaches, they cannot be excelled prompt and careful! utte.M- D ?

question. We do not believe \Mr. Var- women and children. The question the Inch thick armor with which tb. Ask your doctor about this. tion. I The Old Reliable '-'Germama '

deman Is a safe leader. The South can now practically before tho Illinois court beast Is clad. -m.d.bjr th. .,.O.AT**Oo. LowdU M.n.-i :1 3 uvj u Undertaking and Embalming.

afford to treat the negro Justly. The Is, which Is the more important life or Now and tben It "bnppeu that the Free< delivery. JJ Life" of New York
I relations between the whites and blacks trapper fall to kill In tlrue-hi* gun .1 w
liberty "Jill" I'rofoKnor Mvti-linlkoir Kay
are tolerable If not cordial. The leadenS A TRAGIC EXPERIENCE. may miss Ore Intervening' tree may people\ could live to be ISO: years of L. C. European. Restaurant .'-ii,
Interfere the miss
or ) J Stephens
of both races should strive to decrease .gp." Marine Insurance: V! ;.(
bis aim. Then the life of the decoy ..
race haired. It Is possible for the two The Climax of Woman' Return "Well 7""Wouldn'l Furnished Rooms '. .-
e Trip depend upon his own agility To run '
S- races to live together peaceably. At to Hep Horn to one side) before rhinoceros Is almost yon like to live. that n Grocer, Hot and Cold Baths The Leading Companies ,

I any rate there Is no Immediate danger 01! A. New York woman had a curlou. on lop of lilm would b. fatal for long?" ",

j social! or political equality In the South. and tragic experience, one that seems tbe swift brute would overtake hint "I I uncd, lo "think I would before I 1 Elrby ana nlorrU Street, 8 8a AtCHAS All Claims Promptly tf,

#" Of course the Florida Republican ma2 more Ilk. a grewiom page from with u few bounds Ills ouly bope Is was rnn-rrll'4. Palatka Florida. 'Settled: ,IJ

ley J chine endorses Rev. Joe Leo for reap- French fiction than the plain recital of te wait until the deadly born Is almost ;a KUPPERBUSCH'S ,

2 1; polntmcnt as Collector for Internal fact. at his feet and then with tbe ..wln.n ii a q I

': Revenue. That Is only politics, and Is This woman started out wltb her of a mongoose dodging the .aim of BLOCKADEDEvery 7 ClflmD0t7041r1t7Ct"t Ca1CCSr pRr1r rc FaUtka. Fla. Offloe IIS Front He. FaUtka. Florida.

understood. Brother Lee's "huckle Lnsband to accompany him part way a cobra to leap to cue vide while the

on a business trip he was taking to ponderous vreutnre. uuable ta turn -
berry contingent" I Is needed when the Household In Palatkn
a southern city. It wo arranged that short lu time, dashes. onward under Us
Should Know How to Resist ylcTtds'ILaena' pact
time comes to select del -iDtel from be should stop to visit some friends own Impetus. Twice, three Urn*, a 1IWlI D eotB m t' I A IAF

Florida to nominate a president See? at a point about halfway on the Journey clever native hunter will\ dodg. In this It. = yCa V Nousk Ub 1 L1n8 R aRYI

; The negro Is here to slay. His Interest and after a two days' stay should way giving time trapper. ample time to The back aches because the kidneys I \ ,

and the Interest of the dominant race proceed and rejoin bor husband at his bring down the rhinoceros. are blooltadad. gJttJ JytyDAw P

..: alike call for kindness Justice, forebear.l destination and return with blo,. She Tben comes: the tracking of thefrightened Help the kidneys with their work hNgNOME ((1 + llir

't glee and sympathy. It does not pay to made her visit lOad when she reached calf which bs. fled at the The back will ache nu mar.
the town where she bad expected to first sign of trouble and soon tt 1* i, l ,y0
hate. Mr. Vardeman's words lend to Increase Lots of proof that Uoitn'* Kidney
meet her husband found that he was pushed, prodded and shoved np abridge M
and not allay hatred. do this.
race Pill
tot at the hotel where be had been of log skid Into a cage) of the
DcSoto County News. bullock en rt. It'* the bar proof for It cuine
stopping, but had left hurriedly for
l But dnnicero I I. the trapping from! Palatka. D | C
even more
Hon. w. A. Blount of l Pcnsacola; who New York tbe'Qny before. She waited lLlllm mY'SILII saved p
announced himself a candidate for the long enough to send telegrams to her of the hippopotamus for although Thomas Elinor 826 Morris St., Pa-

husband'* office and to their house In In Itself, the "rhino" I I. a moresavage Intka Fla., says : "A fw month + T .
( '
U. S. Senate some three months has MARK) i
ago aiitngontfit than the "rlvr
t New Tork asking If he had arrived I ago I had n severe attack of lamrback
written a letter withdrawing from the aDd to receive a negative answer from I borne," the trapper hunts, tb. former and was forced to stop work.I I'yESAD

race. During the past three months inch place. I on land and brings down at a sate distance could not bend over to pick up : means X<
Mr. Blount has been making an active Concludingtbat he bad been unableto : trlierpns In the' ease of tbe hippopotamus ,Js Yra
anything without suffering Intenaa- We d A*** Se>*M0 Me v
I canvass of (the state and the Irregular reach her by while she. : be must tight In the same '
telegraph! .
fir'w.. '
.. hours and radical change from his systematic I was on the road, she decided to return primitive fashion that snvnges.) bare ly. Every movement I made or Library Slips! will be accepted in lull for subscriptions to ft
used for alelD"nd to maw as It brought on sharp twinges and It
\ home. She was disappointed but not
course of living has played havoc
with his health lie believes a continued at all perturbed a* she '01Iroe.dDorth..ard. were, he must enxiiiie this two ton rosily .seemed as If a knife were beIng :At The Palatka News MGM
She bad to change cam uiouster\ while Handing lu the bow ofa thrust Into my back. I used ti .;

active canvass necessary to success twice on the way. Each change Invoiced frail canoe for the ppopotaruii, planter and liniment but received or (or lubicriptioas' to standard"! !msgsiiael. or,for ooote. Catalog sent (for 2 cent ramp w .
for any man "not heretofore holding a wait of ten or fifteen mIn.ntes a. Its naiu. the "rtrtr horse." mean. 110 relief. I had previously taken -

) public office and thereby largely knownto at a "small Junction town. As she I I. a land end. water animal IInd. mu.t, Uonn' Kidney Pill and had received .

the public," but that as for himself was pacing up and down the station be harpooned< and brought ashore before such great benefit that I again .Lib a yii't1 .areA FRgE

\ the campaigning: would result In a continuance platform at each of these place she It expires, otherwise It would sink procured' a supply at J. H. Haugh. .
ron s drug tore. They cured mr .
,"J of the troubles ho Is now undergoing aw a big. pine covered coffin box un coveted at once< to calf the em-aping bottom among of the river the other the and I have not had any trouble H Library Slip appears in-each. tmuS of thirnewipsper.,; ;. Clip It out and save> It- Qd
) and a possible permanent Impairment loaded from the expretm ear and put since.1;
hippopotamuses. Instead< of followingthe also comblao It with the Library Slip pecked 'With Ih. follawlad hou..
of his health. But Mr. Blount's aboard the northbound train At Jersey ,stricken cow tn shore, so that the For tale by all dealer Prloe CO oeuts. ..1 hold products -

t _" second reason Is the one which appeals City the same box was being; unloaded youngster may Be caught-A, W. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo New York Inl I ArmourfUXut- Brand of Canned Tntnt Extract The' "fled"Trine PPIN(0
I and It crossed :
the with ; :
to the News most fore I fully, and that Is ferry Rolker In St.' l;leholns, sole agents for the United State );=m.. Pam Kom: Kink: :fly Oatmeal +, s
her In a Marse. She noted Idly that TN! AMCaIdN Arn' '..-'>Potted and tXHIed Hot nd all H-O Produela
his "repugnance to tho personal solicitation one of the hearse horses was white Remember tbe o.mavoaD'andtake hE'?J EW Armuiir'aHMr: Hllecd UHCQU German-American Coflee and Teas
B ::: ::
i.l of votes, cither by direct request of and the other black. She went first The Blue Danub DO other.Administrator's. REVIEWS Armour's Annniir'I Soluble Retract' or Bed Heel Uoldtn-Kir" MacaroQl ele.Helde Noodle,

,. the voter, or by an exhibition of myself to her husband's omce, but the hour The Danube mill, retain Its ancient Arwour'4: Luncbeou Beef l'll-U I Ice."I.lcori.Cream. Paitlltet Powder and jujubes
to him for the solo purpose of a tacit solicitation. won late In the a afternoon and It was splendors. The Uhlne Is the river of Notice. fS9 luiinier Chloride. ot Lime Alennen'a Ta,Iclim Powder aa
vine clad hills ruined castle lutllier' >r, Ammoniat. My' Wife'l, BnlaJ l>..ming do I.
Continuing on this reason closed. Then she went uptown to ber Kiinny l llnllner: : Lye (Ulllnlectant f ) t None, Such M Iraq Kent A
rugged *. _mediaeval history Nolle la horetay given that thirty day (Hoya I Dutch, ; +
Mr. Blount further says: "I foresaw bom*. on crag from tliodikta hereof, I, as AUiiltulitrator oftitt slrnsiuy's' Acme ) Coco" Pompelau I BlaawRe Cream y. .
Peanut Uuiicr
7 hesitancy on my part to do this but I II As she was about to enter the apartment and moderu glory In war and la peace. ( ...1..0..". 0. I.unx, devoMiHid. will applyby 1''."'lol.y'l l ;.Khtedcted Ccxlfi.l. ,, ".Pro-phy-lfio-lla I1im.no. (a glycerine Tooth Bruihea
a river bright a* the warble of n bird petition to tbe Uouiity J uuntf of PutnumUuuuty. ,, $. En&5rtlJ II m o\Il.y'.I.r\ Honelrie llerrinr _< pumice) Boep
thought fhat a short practice would house a hearse drawn by a Kluruln I ror molly. sad anthorlq to C. .....lllnlHiiirPimd I white horse and! a black one drove up, In the wc1tM1.'b... Dsoube bill carry lo .etl the I, roluTwtnicd' I .
make It first endured and ( ;
a thing then and the undertaker climbed down and Immense, almost uotouctuil, forests, Klnil to the ride or sold\ O. O. Long UAutiMHml I I. U.\I1WtJouoo..a\ ales)I.
embraced but I find the disinclination of ,. towltt Lot Two I Ul' In Hlovk, Nirty!
pressed the button below her name on higher and grander than the heights .l.bt ( growing greater day by day. Of course the row of call bell at the entrance. tbe Rhine lu the midst of this rich. II-e-al' KlurlOa. J. A. HCTi'HINHON.Admluliitr'' tor.ralatk Library Slips Like Pennies. \

I would have strength enough to endure deep" verdure loner white mountains I
She asked him what It meant Thluk- green b
*. riorld. ICav. I..alt. IIMV. One Foil Library.
break In on the eye. There are .g Slip equal. One Cont. Fractional
this during a campaign even though It Ins she wall some Inquiring stranger Library
were much more onerous but I do not the undertaker told her that bo wn many wayside< chapel, too. oa the i'I BQtAOAfm4.l.. blips equal Iraitiona: "f( one cent.. .Add fraction to make Full Library Slip. JOO Full:

feel that the prize Is worth the constant bringing borne tbe body of a man wbo bank In solemn awesome.! majestic Library Slips have on exchange value of $1.00. Commence. collecting to-day by cutting out

self-humiliation and the total subversionof bad died on a train near the city beauty tits Danube f.r.n.a., tb.cb".r7. HITB'SIUream : I -. the Library Slip i., tliii advertisement. and learn how quickly Library Slip can b. tand.i .

\ my habits of life and thought. Be- the whence undertaker) she had wbo Just bad come taken and charge thnt called ,a pretty pity tbat Rhine so. and few It American must h* Vermifuge i INSTRUCTIONS .Bring-your Library Slip to this

aldet If I elected the Newipaper. Office Local
even am same travelers lake a tour on this Indocrltinhlr our
} of the body bad forwarded It In compliance Redemption. Agents Writ plainly. In Utter. farm
course, though to a lesser extent, would superb river.-Oniahn Bee.
with the dying man' request. exactly what lubtcrlpiion or book you detirt.l2 .
hare to be continued by mo to secure a THE eumHTEE C
In daze the asked the dead .
a Thorn !le mor C'titrrh: in tot* ae"ioa of Idaoountry
t re-election. While there are other men man's name. Then styi fell fainting Man all. >Qua dl..ii..*a put k'''.Ib.., Send <6 sad until .I..ar.w wm. iippaauil. lo b.
of a different mould and different modesof to the floor. It was her bunband. IncufAbla.' Vur a ffn-at man S're dueler.ymnouue WORMREMEDY I _VALUABLE: I 5AYEITHIS'. lor |
thought to whom politics might be a New York Pres. t It a troll dues.! unit prmitirllioclloo I ,........_ GUI
l, !! ., And rat I ,. Clriity
r---!!!** by mnemsnny tag In c with
: pleasure to me It would be an unending uur-i wltb 'IOR&I' IraKimitflt* pronounced. It luuur- tttttn Beolt (tn picture
able. Iraq, h, a proven cittirrb b> b...qoallltucl 'f '
,I pain. This reason constitutes the P..r.noe.rel'll.vcmnce "nfilill-iMui' ....therefore.*.r.witrMO'n.tltulli your ttan INW1aTIa.L.N.W: VOlt" rap/fh'' catalog' tad
hardest slap. yet delivered at the primary la than "a,,l rra-ttmanl. game l .urrb Car, \\1& ... .. ......--. ...a en- ,, wan
) mont prevailing pocket
m.nar..aU.... <'".**, *Aim,Toledo, Local r. II .
system of nomination to high office. violence, and many thing which cannot Ohio it mop III' V...mfiwtioal t a.". on 111. TONIC. tP.i''iI.IIilU1.'l.t1J.ltEr'' '' \ m ? !
only 1
Florida has a doze-perhaps more- b* overcome when they are together ni.rii... .u I 10(,,".n lnu.Tn.llT. la 01..**. from I* I Dcaler- .-*". -__.i. .P ir n.o-... Magi2lni aid .J"'j
I dross lo a 4s.l. oonful. 11u" 'l">?m'-r.lj'Jm ..wane a. I...awes.. Toward
themselves up whentakenllttr .. .. payment for m. ..lna. books,and ubwriplkxu. to Hi, l '
men, any one of whom would be a real blood and muooux murtmxr t bThoy ?} TMt INUIHel PHEP 110 VMLV BV f g | Mwppw5ma Book Company,
by llttl*.-Plutarcn. offer one hundred. d.illnnl for any ants BallardSnow Liniment Co. I' Two Cnrr Stases .
la the' of the Untied > powGtramo.s
senate .Ow.w.POCUT
power i.rtlmehhl. -
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to qlccuUrn ana
I our* toea.1 fit dClerv lltffiIlriil ... 141h.
Slates, but who would never consent toseek I _T. Louts, MO. ,. 2 .. *
Late reprnunco- seldom true, but Address T.J. CHCXCT 00, Tal..lo,a I I ........nu. _.. -.... ro Pslala.Nwr t tlm IM I .(
office house to house It twrayslms .
by a canvas Sold! Mold by .<;o. ? rrar..N.o '
f lot,T.''iey I true nlng.! I'9peot.ocelll never too lat.-Ven.1 t by air DrurnUU.* *:mmllr prtc.se.Take pill tur eouUpcltea. : end i. H. Hauuhton. ""'I I"AM oat ""'.H, .........OM AM' Col .W M sae.s1. i!':.a.a m see1.Tt: w, pl. fig Tn (, fI.'If', ,



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; -- ---. LOCAL TIMe CARD No. 7'>. Corrected to Sept. 1.1909. ,
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-fg 55 No, Oil I No. 75 j No. 50 "
I R. O. Burton. Pretty 'L'
For Holiday ". and Social. i Fire Discovered Home-I Without SmokeNo DAILY DAILy DAILI DAILy ;
k' pm; e at an rv .I.ok.onvlli. r liF pm lS .'"
;""' Family 115 pm 10 M sin I.. .A"K".tlno A. I R8 1"0 7 Ut sin
ShoppersWe a t 17 pm 11 &a..... Iy .11.1: ".1".". J.v S UiI pm S Gd so, _
ill ;; I matter how sensitive II I 82 t.v.. ...mnnd ...Lv I al 4 as
Mrs. Jn\ Is. quite with ma- Heavy Gale Blowing and Little of your Olp'" p'o pm am Pullman. auri.t Parlor n.. -
have an especially ailal Iti last accounts was Improving Content Saved. t1ti--1-: ,& olfactory nerves may be, or'under : ::: ::: I: N. :; '::" n.'.t: 8 P01:: 40 : op..led 00 r"t... III .otl 71 b.. '
_ l IU UU 1 '0 Illn ,.ltll.vf.I.. ... L" { 2h pm I .,.. "'o.n J.o".nn.II., ...\11..1.
fine display of High Grade About 7:45: Sunday morning and what working conditions you encounter to 1oo 19 ,Ifl oa Ill pm 44 sin -
Multi.Iccnhour of' while the 'familyof R. O. Burlon : :; r.: : : IH':-H;' Y .. t g ,: t "
Jacksonville were ? 2 ? L -1 'b.
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Stationery In Boxes. the / pm r." It.., ...1110. : J". I U :,n Pullman Buttes BI..par
arc iho holidays with their M breakfast/ M.... J. F. Rhonda dlacov- 11110 pIn a liT '"O I.v Me''iIoti' ',''. .1.. I OII"U! 1 us .m 1w.oQ Now turk and KritgbtfI
Together with a ohio 'J 211 ala T ,lILt Im Ltt ..11. PIerce ...1.. "''.zn .m ilau( pm ICeyov.rthsAtt.ntloCos.i Line ,
aunt, MRead. ered suspicious smoke, which, upon exmlnntlon ; sIR 11 ph hvW.l'otm Ilesolt II 04 cm 40 pti 'uortb JackemeUl. I. ''
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lot of PERFECTIONOil am ati Ar : Mtaut, .. .. JIlt em m : :
Miss I to won of Atlanta 1 I. wan seen to Issue from Inside 1 alt sin ......... LV. .. Mteunt. .. .Ar I..... itO pm PI"" as son si. ,
Perfumes.There pcndlndnys with her the walls of a bedroom In the house ..ndcJose IIO.! ........ ..1... .Hum".I.. 10 pm .' \ 0.
I'' parents \I 44 am ..... .... I.. .. L..IIN K.y.. .tv 46 a.. .
Mr. anE Oowen.Jamet to the chimney. Mr. Burton and Heater II 151 K.fl.v..5 110
I ,,-' are also many !C Frank Rhoads got water and. breaking I --ImI.A.1KIllakl; :: :::: : w.., .:::: ::::: ::: -:-
other articles suitable for k arrived on Thurs- 101lO ......!. (JO pm 0
l In the wall tried to subdue the flame. (Equipped with Smokeless" DvleJ}|
[fl, ',' the Chriatmna season. day IheTrom Brooklyn and is 'IIuod.,..Tu."a,. and Thuraiay.srrlysl.aIIC.7 Weak -
It thought at that they had succeeded -
1'.4.,4'i.:, We are headquarters for gain ali for the season. was tTuseiays, Tunmoars and Saturd.y.. 40p..Illr. from Key W.. '
but while getting; more water the you'll not detect the slightest odor of iMouda... Wedo..y..d. Fr'.y.' Strivels and depanr.s at n..n.
i Cigars and Smokers' Mlssc owman and Applebyand flames started In with /greater fierceness smoke. .
Mr&teachers In the publicchool.idlnit r.U.ATKA "RANCH '
and the alarm walll'lvcn. _
.r, Articles. ( the Stale Educalonul Being st an early hour and on Sunday The Petfsctlun Oil Heater neither smokes nor diffuses odor. The new L.;;;i; IIAII'1' PALA'I'KA .TO Arrl. T Lsave PALATKA TOxANX IArrlv.x.iI: -

(j at DeLand. 1'011.1.. PALATKA 1'.1.1" .llIta l'.LAT&A 1'.1.1..
Big Assortment of time before help
morning It was some ,
The ;Sid Methodist Sunday could and then all the assistance Automatic Smokeless Devicepositively

r Florida Post Card chool--9" Christmas tree exercises .. that could arrive be rendered was to help In 5 aOtsnt foon: ::::::::::.No.lOO: 102 DaIly :::::::: 3 00 :::: 540am 6 00 am ::::::..No..No.IOt: 108 Dsit Dtky.1 :::::::;: : :J ::::

Pictures. affotlsl'* church Saturday moving out furniture. Much of this was innumerable prevents trials both.after Repeated it had teat been pronounced during its incipiency perfect by and the fnyentor development >> 'I.0 12 00 06 ale pm .::::::::; : 104 106: / ::: ::. Or 00, am pin ii I : : ::::: ::No.: 105 101 D5&Iy.DaIly.:: ::::::: 1&& :: am pm y % ,-
.- -4stmas 4 IU pm .No.\ too belly..6 110 pm 481! pm .._Xto. 1011 56 pm
night' tree. saved, but the house and a large part of demonstrated .its utility and effectiveness. it 6 50
Lounds Drug Co. The fug store has a largeumbef the contents were completely destroyed. I Th wick cannot be turned sure up beyond the point"'of its greatest effective 00 p.o pm: ::: :::::: l\\ ::: :::: : gg pm pin 7 00 pm pIn: :::: :.No: m DaIly..4: ;::::::.; 20 10 pmII pm

Crescent City. Crescent City views There was a heavy gale blowing from ness. It locks automatically and thus secures the /greatest heat-yielding flame SAN MATEO BRANCH .,

> hafwyl to beat. They are he northwest at the time, and the fire without a sign 'of smoke or smell. Removed in an instant for deRnilSoli \!(. lea: .. Xsstj: EAST I'ALATKA 'J'O A..lvo Sai' 'i..rvetoan IAN MATEO TO xa.8Ir AtrtnE..1 -
views 1*1r. Watson, and more spread so rapidly. that the work of rescuing brass font MATEO
holds 4 quarts of oil-sufficient to give out a glowing heat ..taiuitkaj BAN M.ttlo M.too PAATKA 1'.101..
are coia I had soon to be abandoned. for 9 hours-solid brass wick carriers-damper top-cool handle-oil indicator.
;-' U CD U c gg a aaDi Wor*:. George S. Crotty' Once or twice flying cinders were B lIO..m 1m! Be am OOO.m ..........No. lOt D.ny......... I va ama
Heater beautifully finished in nickel(or Japan In a variety of styles: :lO pm un Daily..a. 40 ton 8411 pm ....._.No. 1011 1>&11'..._.. 4 06 pm '
new hi ''spuct street was begun blown to the barn and to the home of

w i Grove Hall i i last WI work is In charge of M... Rhoads on the lot adjoining to the E...., Dnln Everywhere.. If Not At V...... Writ for Dweriptlve Clrenta 2'OU. hO Ii No1T No M )10. 110 NotS. ;:.-MV.lly -'

Rev. I'P>, who only recently I east, but James Padgett and others were to the Neeren Agency of the )':,,1y; Dnlly MAYPOST BRANCR D..II z_. s:>':. :, D.lly _I.

&5;! roioVKtcd oentCltylH, cltmii. popular and rry hotel.. l Is E Eagnln compl4S. Cone house. OD these buildings and prevented their STANDARD OIL COMPANY flee 6 .50. 00 PS: : 00 40 PM 55: 10 U 45 h :: oo..I-,..:: ........... :::::'::1-:' ::::::: :::::.=&:: : ::: :: 02 0 00 15 00 Ps: : ::: :::

b open for the season und.-r u The'jlfood2' deal of 'shootinggoing estructlon. "oorpo..II. e 07 PM I 47 PM11 U All A........ .._......'''lmll'' .................._....L.. 148 All 13 IS PM 4 44 PM
I nutnagrment of Wm. C. D lace Chrilima. and Mr. Burton had a very pretty and __ 710 PM I UO PM 104, All .,........... ........ .....,_... ...................L.. e 110 All 13 UOIS'o .10...
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I NORTON.Mia in hint of Ihn b.fft org gIn : Christ mostly firework, but shrubbery comfortable and home orange, surrounded and tangerinerccs by pretty _. .L. ..,.. ,--y; .....: -z; ';...-:: '::'h 0..... C14, .....hl':.':;:'::. "!I ':; .;:::'11 ...... I-'.nl..4 II...... -..-

1 aiign Irrowlng "eet Ion *f Florl- I g!! some Indulging were about .. 500pm [9 t9'l.!....... l pal I fI I'D. II 8Fii1Lv..TltuivlU..Ar. I 00 11m
? and the loss falls heavily upon --- 4 ift IKI am iUlpfll OlOpel 000alaiAt..sanford..t..,IIU 00 am
da. Flue bunting,. flailing arid LeG "half- W pm h In BO am Ua..( .n.\\19 '50 pm I o 80 pm 11 .'..._ .. .
bird shooting ,Bi-ivuilful vlcwa o Alb In.on,. Charlie and hIm and the' members of his family. AWFUL DEATH OF THEIR SILVER WEDDING. : Hfl T>mpm 1 IKI m |Arin:i.ii : :::::| 15 nni: I IHiO pm: I ? D. >._. ...,

:. II! of Urnsornt Lnk. from hotel g Clydo former Crescent City The children had been having an unusually ?...... .... ..,.>!. .. II.'.... ".. ..l.h B. A O a. B c.. tor K..y WM ._.. .<..._. .......

rv : 1:1: *randas UAIU) to itenni- n week Merry' Christmas, and were the MRS. A. J. PHARES Former Putnam County PeopleHold .- ... .. .. .... .. ... .,.
Band boy. ndlall' the holiday AtT TIisMM TIM: TAO KS chow tin ( .1. mln' mstv h *> *i dto arrive M *t rt f mm ibo
II boat landiuic. Buivrd by w..ek recipients of many beautiful/ and valuaIe ..v.nl .itlan', but ...1. arrlvMl. fl depwrlur .t ih*> ilmj. *..ISM) lo nut UkranitMd ..>* Is tbU C..p.ny
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month at rxntiaiiable rates. g with ..laymalcl and school Joint Celebrationat M bj hold r pt>nBlhl lot dsjluy or ny cons)*>nu nc ,HHln.t' ihff lroinFOK .

III II inters to Northern tourists. n friend fO latter now \live In > pre
r Write for terms. g Jack Crill and Ansellna Burton lost all Wife of Well-Known Pilot on J. D. RAHNBR. G.twrml P......|.. Agent ST. AUGUSTINE. FLORIDA
The Miami Metropolis of last week
heir clothing except what they had on, Steamer Crescent Burnedto
Th Ian Sunday school had ontains the following account of ,the
g Wm. C. NORTON | but much of the clothing of the younger Death
a Chr with literary and mu. liver wedding anniversary of Mr. and

e Crescent City, Fl' rld". n I Islenl at the AuditorIum on sisters saved., little It Grace certainly and a Dorothy sad day, was for AT HER HOME-IN JACKSONVILLE.The Irs. L. R. LaBree and Mr. and Mrs. E. -c. '. :....< =; '_:q;..;;,;.;, <, 9 .:'ii' '';;; oQ .;. .-::..sNiALSBY {
DmaDaDIIDDD Chris and the big: halt :W..I' W. Farrlsh both former residents of '
D mI stood lost.
D C" these young. people, but they up Times-Union of the 23d has .
comfcF. 1. ,rrultland this Old citizens of
the circumstances he following account of the death of '
hmvely.under trying
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Hotel lo good his prediction and all spent the day In assisting to col- Mrs. A. J. Phares well known In this ; the peninsula still remember the double P'ORSYTtt.sTREE, AT LAN j'e .

I Southfield that I at his Christmas dinner bet the saved fragments of their once city where she resided a part of her 'wedding at Fruitland: B/er-ything; ;in Ma-cliincry: and Mill Supplies Cirried in stock here.

time I : Mr. and Mrs. I.. R. LaBree and Mr. We hay the largest and most complete
In hi. The Ne_ trusts be the s.
settled In
, CrescentlClty, Florida. beautiful! home and getting
Suffering twelve hours' unrellevable and Mrs. E. W. I. Pan-lab entertained ticIghtfully tThp-t---.L K line of MACHINERY and MtU.SiR .
, Season I 909-0. enjoy will\ have many more' cottage of Mrs. Rhoads where the pain, Mrs. A. J. Phares died last night at at the'LaBree home in D.nla ......:'cri HIE IM'" THE SOUTH, BUT we: HAVL t2. .

\ Rates '$1.50 day happy:! the day-bolh for himself family will\ reside temporarily.Mr. 6> o'clock from the burns received when Saturday night in honor of the twenty- BRANCH noug.. OUR own,, OFI'ICI'.l\ecoRDI .

per up. aTb Burton's loss Is heavy, as be had her dress caught fire at the family residence fifth anniversary of their double wed. ... SHOW THAT Wt'HAVg THOUSAHPa 2f ft! .

.. Weeklyand .monthly rates on wealberfcouldn't have but a fraction of Its worth In insurance earlier In the day. Mrs. rhares, ding.Mr. FECTLY SATisriep cuaTOMCRS.: WHITE: .

application. boon t been made to ordet Co -lo certainly has the,deep sympathy of who up early lived yesterday at 108 East morning Eighth ,street and, after was Parrish. and, since Mrs. LaBree their double and Mr. and wedding Mrs.; FOR tATAUOCUIE: ; AMP PM CEJS;. V/fe/ CAfj! ,
S. A. KINNARD, Proprietor.. suit t sentiment of the place.It he town' people, as also has Mrs seeing her husband off to work, stood twenty-five years ago have been fortunate .\ SAVE! YjOJI MPMCY- # $ $ OUR MACHiNtHY
bat b of tho Arctic IInale- Ihoads, and his four young daughters near an open grate fire to get warm. enough to be able to celebrate near ..---- KJlOWtouK t WAJTO.WE CAN 6uPPI-V' YOU .

lintel'Fronts Lake and Park- just e ako Santa Claus appear Miss Boardman of DeFunlak Springs She stooped with her back to the flame ly all of their anniversaries. "", xgjg>c> jrx"oegs< :: sir vgsisgsgso i
On the occasion of their silver!
10 fondle a pet dog and as she did so her
Pleasant Rooms more who arrived on Friday to be the guest of skirt caught fire. many friends called during the I -

Cosine Unsurpassed. K. ecte to begin the eroction Mr. Burton's family for the holidays *After realizing her dangerous condl evening to shower congratulations end --

.i',' !',> sldeneo On South Pro. also( lost much of her wardrobe. tlon."sbe ran -screamlntr, uoatalra..- where good. wishes. upon! them., .
ry" W4I _VUUllV' cjmlddle of the coming 'friends' were rooming, but the flames Mr. ana Mrs. rarrlsn aad Mr. and Mrs. Oranges
I The people of the place inlulged literally ate up the (garment before she LaBree received In a room attractively:
.<" ,. .M.H.. READ, mon completed It Is to be oc- young in a dance at V. I. A. hal I could reach too head of the stairs. Asilstance decorated with profusion of palms and Grapefruit 1
cupli t. King, cashier of the was rendered but It was too cut flowers. Assisting were Mrs. Roper, FLORIDA "ranger1nes
'":' '/ REAL ESTATE. Ban I City. Christmas afternoon, and at night Capt late. The dress was almost completely I Mrs. Allen Parrish.,. Mrs. W. J. Gaullcr,
Will\ Miller carried most of them on an burned off and there was hardly a squari Mrs. Collns, Mrs. ljor Pineapples
J M Hayward and five chll11. excursion to St. Johns Park to attend the Inch of skin on the woman's body thai A delicious cream course was served.
Ii: Cr.ent City Fla. drcnlorn [ ., who have a winter was not crisp from the fire. Among the Miamians" who attended

rews Bay Fla., are here dancing party there where they had a Doctors were quickly summoned, Dr. this delightful function were Mr. and McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.
acksonvllle orchestra to furnish the M. C. Berry arriving: shortly after the Mrs. John Seybold, Mr. and Mrs. WmHeastmon .
The Howe propertY"Crllcent for i guests of Mr. and Mrs. nuslc. This dance given by the St. accident. He at once saw that the Injuries Mrs. Jennings and Miss Annie .

! Ulll"i-li. now on the tnar- IraTrail M... Hayward and Mrs [ohn'. Park people was the wind.up of were serious and almost certain lo Jennings, Miss Emma Girtman, Mr.

ket. I an all day celebration and dinner attended result fatally. All the assistance possible and Mrs. W. J. Gautier Mr. and Mrs. T. 279 Washington Street. NEW YORK.
Particular attention ,then to was rendered. and M... Pharcs was glv-' N. Gauller.
" | T Cliveden was taken off by nearly all the people of the en opiates lo relieve her pain.- In token of the esteem In which Mr.

i J3rBeanl:: Cl'7! property listed 'I lastnah d bal returned to Savanescent colony and many strangers.LAKE Several of her friends had their hand and Mrs. LaBree and Mr. and Mrs. Pai .

> with me. will continue to burned In trying, to tear off tha burning rish are held, they received many hum The Foreata on the Niger, 'Notice of Application for Tax D..t.Notl..I. .
L of sliver.Dont a hereby given' that J. J. RutherIniid -
mak r departures for Jackson COMO. garments but their injuries amount to some Tbe Insects of Africa are espert disease A Co., r.U..h.......ofTax. OrtlflcntB NoMH .
little more than blister Mrs. Fhare lo such luted II 01,., of July *. t). IduT. has _
vlUFrlcli! <. days, Wednesday and Mrs and daughter Mrs. Ferguson. was under treatment at her home on lie Hopeless carriers. and they come Klpp
. niiinbers on tbe Niger thai one hardly mmlfl application for tax flood to IHHUO In nororclniicu -
\ I. Sprxcex; ng alternate days. and grandson. Donald. are the Eighth street from the lime of the ace about yourself when you're crlplit.dwllh with Inw. Hald c,rtin"nte em
guests of Mrs Kipp's parents, Mr. and dent until her death at 6 o'clock last rheumatism or stiff Jolilts-Ot. dares. to use one's lamp or go too neara brnc the folton tog leioi-lrHHl, property BU
R Work -
, Dentist ev.nll'elist Mrs. Stephen Palmer, coming from Os night. Her agonies were intense all day course vou've tried lots of thing and light of soy tort at night. These tinted In Putnam oounty, Florida., towltlIx -
i da Presbytery, will begin >t 19, book H. pun!MB, Suction U, township -
and she
skIing, N. Y. was a pitiful sight. they failed! Try BnlUrd'a snow forests on the Niger are deadly placesfor UU.ritiiKo l Irf a-alt' ncres.Tlift .
p a I' Ial evangelistic services bra Mills and Mains and of Sym- Shorly after the accident Mrs. Phares Liniment-It will\ drive sway all all their haunting attraction and aaUl I :ton! being nHHaHHed at the date of

011\... M Residence oupro.pectreo"nt Street at tit nun church next Sunday. cue, N. Y.,.have arrived and party the 1lighland husband. A. J. Phares, was notified and aches.i pains and tiffuei's and leave take a big toll both of European and of the A.MuCnllum..iHHuniiireof vtiuli tints' certlllcnte...ll pertlflcate In the" nnma shall
I < CltT. Florid. Thepra will continue each eve House Is open for the season. Beiwishes he arrived as soon as ho could return you at well as you ever were. native life. let tbe first three day on bu redt'eniiulHccordliiu to IHW tnx(l lord will:
from the river steamer on which be Sold by Aolt..rml\n.Stewatt Drug; iHimo:, thoroon onthu| 17th day of January,
for successful Is extended with all Ita mod and Its
nln ( it the following (week of a season th* Niger n.l IBIO.t .
: worked. The deceased had many rola Co., and J. H. Haugliton. A.
t Johns River' by Deyll.ht.U nd perhaps longer. Thenbcrsof lo them. lives who have been summoned to attend smell and Its mangrove flies and Itatroll'8 WItneHH my omclnl' signature and seal this
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---- the I4tli Inyof I-e-nftwr' A. n. limit.)'
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. F. Sullivan are occupying and Its crickets. are enough to
the funeral which ,11occur\ Fri.
the church ex In [Seat 1] HEN HUTOHINHONClurk
I'U The Roach Miller Line pastelon.l the Ballard cottage for the \'inter. day afternoon. She has several children Cat th. Navy. giro the newcomer ao Inkling of tbe ClroultOoitrt Putnuni 00.. Fla.

I "' invitation to all the peo- Mr. F. Wheeler died at his home here In Tennessee, as well as relatives In the The ships of tti. navy carry more drawing power the fascination of BvJ.O.Bats D.O.

Steamer Cit ESCENT. plot] ese special services. the ISlh. tie had been sufferer for stale who are expected to reach Jack. dogs than cat because the dog Is a what Is probably the moat unhealthy
several from tuberculosis. He was sonvllle today. better sailor and more easily\ trained I Velvet Bean HuIIers.
(big and little) of the A. years country la the world.-W. B. Thompson -
: Leave JaeluonvlUaoaTumdaya.l'bundaysknit M. chool got full value for I cared for by his nephew who came After the accident, but small hope but a good many grimalkins go to sea In Blnrtwood's.While I New-the Pl.'crle.s-best ever made.
SatunUre at S:so .. m. for Oreen Cove, with him, from Connecticut early in the were given for the woman's recovery. under tbe star uiii: ] stripe Tue discipline No. 1 (hand) $30.00 hulls 5 to 8 bus. per
Palittk, Creeoent City\ and prtnolpal' W.j cvcn>cstedln their Christmas season. His remains were sent to Con. Medical science could do nothing bu of the servIce Is not relaxed In shooting at Wool Dorset Ens- : hour. No. 4 ((2 h. power) $65.00, hulls '
Lftnd1nIfl.t.uynlnl. Ircfjlses of which occurred on nectlcut for burial accompanied by his relieve the pain, and to do that to an appreciable their favor mid when they """olUeovprf".l land a farmer Brad at a bare and U to 25 bus. No. 2 for cow peas only

,1..O..t ott7 flu w.in.( ... Frl2 Santa Claus, the patron nephew. extent was difficult. While I... and hay they are put .nauore. missed It. The bar. made for a hedge 2500.
Services were held at the M. E. cliurcSunday bed until within five minutes of her does and got caught In a wire. The farmer' N. L. Willet Seed Co.
1. 1 U",Friday*end MOD""y..tl'80. m., salitmas, was present In person L. Gable led the death Mrs. Phares was conscious .nd< to shIft for luenisehes. A eat
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Tlepiou, .SMSP wi l it "Christmas comes but her condition and expected death. dolt or a monkey cud one battleshipthat The bare thus treed got away to the
wishes sod
..l.t..$ wnrf font "V' .."""> *.*** ''on' over In \Vhltesville, and Best New for Year a is very extended happy to the -- -- darted oo the voyage round the chagrin/ of the sportsman. London ,Chamberlain'sCure Ccugh Remedy
__ I prosperous Her Heart was Broken world with ten cnt returned with Telegraph./
th >de the most of. editor and staff by the Como corrcspon J *Col \ bi-enuse licr eomplnzion was bad and only one all the rest having died ou -
I. E. T. CLARK, Traffic, Manager dent. .
I ] Ira. Lonnie D.: Crouch de. I _______ aha could find nothing to clear It up. the way.
Jitekson villa. Fla. ; cl ve Crescent City this week I U'Flu tte r III&'. ladles : ft bad complexion is caused
fr by an Inactive liver. All Inactive $ _
' I food and In the
fo Ga. where will Undigested gas
they remdime. -
Crescent City Transfer Co. Moirmoh located Just below tbhcirt liver will bo put In perfect coiiditlu Notice.
Mr. and M... Crouch by taking Rallard' U..rblne. The
It end
against causes
: presses The annual meeting of the atock
tvci mlar* with the young peo- unequalled liver. regulator. .
Ueeta all train _t 0..0..0Clt, JUDO heart palpitation. When your harI holders of the Bank of Crescent City
!Bold l by Ackerman-Steirart
ploace and their going la very trouble you In that way tike Her : Drug In the 01 .
will be held si the Bank City
) tlon. }Night! train by .ppol, tmRnt_ mi ted. For the past several bloc for. fair, days. You will soon Co., and I. U.: llauirhton.Huby Crescent City, on the third Tuesday I In

L B. u.CRESCENT I&BB1E.: Hangor mtCrouch has been employedlu be all right. COj. a boltln. won't suffer five minute January at 9 0'clock. m. 1910.

.- on store. Mrs. Crouch will Co.Bold. and hy J. Ae""rmaD-Stew"rt U. Uaughton.Cull Drug with croup If you apply Dr. Thomas C. T. KINO, SendUs
Dec. 20th 1909. Cashier.
al.-JiUy missed from the newly Electric Oil at 0""". It acts Ilk.
122441.Avoid .
in Klo.
ori sbytcrlan choir, of which ExDlelned. s.
Barber Shop. then Important part. They A Uluagow cabby oure bad .. a far -- Your next Order For

w tnt socially. an luvcrnviis minister and.his: wife ,
-ol He \bud to drive them through the -U-
AH work don In ftr" ,,* manner. file of who i lasp4 -
districts of the city and on
Try u* and you'll pome attain.! winter with Mr. and Mrs. I IEdndy. reaching poorer t tit tr.destluntlon the. mlulster JOB PRINTING..

D. D. Harris Agt. was stricken with at the mime time bending cabby hU

'Thursday of last week and legal' furr. asked: Danger"When

I i; Is ''jal I condition Mis daughter "Why art lucre so many poor peopl l), ; We will please you 'j

Hntlre of Application tor Tnx lloed.No an* telczraphed of his condl- In tills city cabmanr .

'.faebUrtn'lc. le(Go.pnroliaBerofta.i hereby liven* .hi.l MelroM' !I'n Wanu-. No. tlcte former arrived Saturday Jebil lunked. hurt at the parson for a you are sick, or suffering from any of the I II not only in the
na| tlBti-T l the let (l l1 of June, A. 1WM minute before be replied:.
b.... filed Bald eertlnuafce In my offloe, e>nJbaa I nl Ide' paralysis originally but, I troubles peculiar towomen, don't deejay-take Car-
"Well. air. I'ui uo terra sure; 'I.Me.
accordance made application with. law.for tax Hatd deed certificateembrace to. UiiueIn I 5ff one .Ide. bat II gradually insist o' tbe poor folk drive caba dul, that well-known and successful remedy for wo- QUALITY /.

,, eltuatttd*In the Putnam followlntcdescribed county "Inrldawl"property Ip Ie above 80 years of age aDd tips are scarce kere.-Duase mel Thousands'! of women have used Cardui and I I
l itS. S and 10. Ken4IIeI.n.I MoRse Tract .n eeble health when he ar- Advertiser.
...vttontO.own'hlp9..rangeLe.flV noree: rl t little hope l is expressed been benefited. Why not youl Don't take any c1 of work
.(iId land bnlno; aiianMrd *k tb.dat.or ,
V. th' 'lanuanott.of euoh. oertincatq In the name fo ry. Mr. Ide oWn, I grove Rtmembered Whol Books. chances.. Get Cardui, the old, reliable, oft-tried I

-. of rl. P. Prouty.TJnloiie said certificate. ehalt be reAeemetl pr Inlne Mr. McGrady'. place Walter Ravage T.aodor>r carried hi.. remedy, for women of all ages.TAKECARD'U. but in
eoeordlnff to law,tax doed will$ Uaue thereonon .
nd has been wintCi
the Mth day of January, A. I". I IttllkWltneM on a regular library In his bead. When he hud renda
:. my offlulnl elHTmture and seal. this ere for many ye.... always book; he always gave It away on .
the S4tli of tHM-ntrtbnr. A. r'. law PRICE.
duy the
[Boi.ll HKNKY ritJTOHINHON, SOC Mr. and M... McGrady.Irs. principle having. as be .sold observe

t' Olerk OlrouU. Uonrl,J Putnam.O. Balli.P.U. Uo ,FlaBy J. C.: Dorward arrivodlatn that with unch a purpose In his mind I -

sad for the li* wan sure to retaIn of a book: all
MIIIIIRchusettl I
---- convinced.
r .:: Try us and be
til 1 guests of Mr. and M.. K. that was worth( keeping. In his old .
4 NOTICE VOlt PUBLICATION. B. Dorw.rd 11'88' 'formerly age! Under was furious If be did ilI't .I ,

,. bepartraent of She Interior pa PresbyterIan church at this at once remember any passage ef a :;i( News Job

t: 'W. .. tiAKD QwrWM AV AiaBTLrM, Vl A.Nowmbor p" 1. enough 10 become sell,. book er an/ name or (date. .

: *itli 1_ ft. I. Ibe only climate In the It Will Help You ]
: 4
; Notice le horebvjl.qn that
; ICIUnbotu Ida '
;, leftr. of MuHne. /lurldit.who on ..plvmb r U.; ,ortb hugging during the I. what most babies have, but I Is ono Department ..,
; Sfd..I 1UUT. mmle VloTOoiituiut Hntrv (o. flTNAV. wi" Ho will, theeforc try benefit to them If they have Jfw. Lniania Marian, Snecdvllle, Tenn.. writes: For ten ; f I

i 1:woiion(Merlitl Number KJ.: "::1'm0';' ;), : WK, Honn of NeW fi .n ht FloridA.and IS there are worm; Be aura your baby 'U not years! I suffered! with the turn of life, and tried. many remedies ". :

lp.TaUnhaeMen. MorUllnn. hoi lleI notice troubled with them Burasysnptoms without relief. I had all and at timfa I could ]
loss churches lie the Pres; pains over body
h 10 my PikaFi
of Intentlmi to nmk Float nomniiltivtlon' -always..., ban(try, rlnirs under the a. '
Proof, tuuMi>bllal> .nlulni to the lan.l alx... b) rids, It Is more than likely eyes, not (raining In weight and not sit up. At last I took Cardui and now I can do my Housework.I 1 : iI

,( deetrlbe.t Court. Al Pulatkn hnfore She, Florttift.on ilerk: of (tlie be bib CIrcuit* tlav, b. lettlo again In this state.Si yellow complexion. A few clout-. of have told many ladies) about Cardui, and recommend it to all sick. : I ." .. '
I Janu..ry l ItfKi. Whit1* Crantu Vertnlfuur will ex | it -S. ." ,
claimant naneen an wUneaeeer It here Mr Dorw.rd b. women. Try ; ''S i:
j ,of ; port ,,1\\ worm.. It U a poem... oure 'f'm
R.tVnway Harlnm. KlorlUn.1' ale In MlllUl cbllaetta. Mr; -
W. Ri Biliulv, of 'J.M. Htrluklniiil.< of Plornhomo,7ovlda; all orw.rd b.vo m.nr 014lfr' I ; :

_.*- B. Prevail, ol- Molten BBMRT': Plorliln e). UUtTHB V, .wh iie, rejoiced. to see Bold by Ackrman-Stewart Drug. LL -.. LRA _$ '( ; ': i: '

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S. $ City IaVVflhIfl $ and $ (knee Miss Blanche Crlll) Norfolk: \ > .
., arrived In tb.. city last. Friday In speD4tile .

= Personal l mention.The $ !Mrs.Christmas E S. Crlll.Holiday Mr. >*Randolph> vltli Dr Is ind its 1//

Great Reduction ."" S charge of the Norfolk office! .\ of (Guild ft WeWaMb Thank ,
Co. contracting engine*''*, and his ;
"frost' was on the pumpkl'n' this been engaged: In public work at that I ,

morning, as. well' is' on some other place for some time. Ho has returned,
.e thing but Mrs. Randolph will remain for ni

Thos. Knight spent Christmas with extended visit with her parents end e. the for the Chrwhidh accorded na Yi '
people splendid was
friends. ,
On ,Many Articles Throughput our Store. hO'Delol.ka .al Jennings.

I. Jncobson of the Saratoga Hotel Col. W. S. McGlnnlss assistant. superintendent -' and to that ia the coming' it\\lur aim \o do more to '
'. j .. visited:'Daylonn. last week. of the Uolted States railway year {

'1" Mrs. H. II. McDonald. of Spartenburg, mall. service, and attached. to Ihe office '
deserve public confidence. We had a'era ] \ and our custom-
of the Second Assistant Postmaster Gen as
S. C., II visiting Jrlcnds In the city. .
11' .
eral was a.viaitor.In Palalka on Wed.nesJay ... .. (
Ladies Suits and Bates .
Coats Capes Mr. "nnd Mrs. Thos. K. were
and those whom make
., visitors to Jacksonville. during the week. on private business, not connect I we hope to the! same. ... .
ed with the department. Col. McGInnlss -
Tom"Rfngham of Waycrois spent the has been In the government service To all wish New ) I
we now a Happy
you .
Dresses: duction.The with relatives .
a Big R ChrlBlinas holiday 1110" the city. for nearly 35: year and I I. personally aoqualnlcd '
Mr./ Rod Mrs. H.'H.. Packer ir of Philadelphia In the country with thousands and thousands of postmaster more of We intend to make it a prosperous year : sines' by catering to .

have been In The city.during the clerks In the postal. service He Is a .. .
week. warm. admirer Lake Jones of Jackson j ) wants liit the ;

HollfUyrush, which was by far the Mrs.. O. K. Packer 'of Sanford. spent,, vllle and Harry Gray of this city, and ; .
ChrlHlmns hero visiting her daughter, expressed deep regret on learning that I.Clohi
greatest have had about cleaned us Shoes Hats
we ever- Mrs. John T. Bond. Ihe latter had never married. He suit id FurnishingGoods ,
up on'many thlngs, and while there are only a that such neglect on his part '11'.8. los ,
The contract for building bridge
the In that It deprived some<
to nation -
few items left, we arejgoing; to close them out tender's house on the new bridge has woman of a most excellent: husband. and m/ Li -I IW

at a big cut on the former prices. been let to George Tillman : put period to all hope 'of further :
p Chas. B. Morrow one of the big i ''origin of the same species." Col.

Blankets and Comforts included In this cut orange growers of Crescent City was II McGinnlss called upon Postmaster. the best. We have the 1
Selling only ted
visitor In Palatka Wednesday.Mr. Kirby and paid his respects to bat very { ,
price sale. I and Mrs. W. II. Markham of official, whom he slates ranks among ,

c Tallahassee spent the Christmas holt Ihe most efficient postmasters In- the Griffon Brand hand red. Suits '

Big lot Klmona and WaisUng Outings, value days. with Dr. and Mrs.' E. S. Crlll. country. ? _

Wi up to 15c, will sell for few days at lOc yard. Dr. R. D. Whlleslcle of Tampa. Is .
Death of Mrs. Ambrose. ;
visiting his sisters, the Misses White Crawford Shoes anc "
(II They contain some beautiful waist patterns as side, at their home In Palatka. Heights.R. Mrs. Mary Jane. Ambrose, wife of J. .! :

well as Kimona styles. L. Arant, who has been spendingthe II. Ambrose, the well known plumber

= holidays with his family. will leave of this city died at her home in the Knox and Stetson hi \'
to-night for his duties at Alcxandcrvllle, North Eod at 1:30: o'clock Christina .
Ga. morning, after protracted illness, aged )
citt :57; years. There is none better than these lines. ,
Erastus A. Benson, a prominent
zen of Omaha. Neb., has bean In the Mrs. Ambrose was a native of' England I .. .1,
Ibis week at the Saratoga. The funeral was held Sunday after.
Shoe Department. city Hotel. a guest noon from St. James Methodist Eplsco .,

pal. church at 3 o'clock, conducted by
The Black Pat'i! Company. In "A the pastor Rev. H. Dutill. The Inter I'' .
the Crook shoe stock at 50c \
Having bought Trip to Africa" will appear at the mont was In West View cemetery \

on the dollar, we are going to close the entire Howell Theater' on Tuesday evening, There were many beautiful floral offer. I

lot out at about HALF Price. Many of them are January Mrs. Klmmons 11th. and Miss DuVall who ings.Deceased is survived by her husband

.l being sold at one-third their former price. This have. been on a visit to their sinter, Mrs. and numerous relatives among' them S Bro'w The Clothier, '

: L Hi stock is going fast and it will pay you to lay in M.home F.In Benet Live,Oak.have returned to their this live city sisters;: Mrs.: Mrs.Joseph Chas.Osbornc Kuppcrbusch Mrs. Pk'p-of l ,1 Palatl Fla. I

a supply, as you may never get such an opportunity Misses Estclle McKenzie, Bessie Spain gras and Miss Emma!: Parkins of Daytona; ., {

m This stock is kept entirely and Mabel Holcomb were among the Mrs. C. Wilson of England. ; and two .1
again. sepaI Palatka. teachers to attend the Slate educational brothers: William Parkins and John Par. '
J' rate from our regular line and will be closed convention In DcLand this Ins of England; four daughteR and one = \

at that will not be able week. i son as follows: Mrs. T. M. flyers Misses .--- -
r outlenUrely prices you I!
I "Pink" Cox charged. with intent to Hilda and Llz/le Ambrose of this cIty'Mr. ; )
to get again. C. LeHordy .. Dr. R. L. Bryan of Pensacola, am nfcI5i
murder A. county surveyor, Winter Dress Goods
;; William Ambrose of Grand .
was let off pending hi. trial. In the circuit Rapids. '
I court on a $250 bead and Is now In Mich.
Georgia. at Great Sacrifice. 11

:! DeWltt T. Gray, county solicitor for Card of Thank. GABROS

Duval county, and Wertz Gray of the reduce stock of
Jacksonville postoffice spent Christmasin We desire toextendour sincere thanks Desiring to my i

I the city with their mother, Mrs. H. lo the many. kind friends and neighbors Wiuter Dress Goods, -tomake ajlfl;
A. Gray. who were so generous to us In our recent room for spring stock, I have decided -

who Is student bereavement, and assure one .and all to sell all this class of wool .
Walter Tilghman a hat. we shall ever be grateful to them.J. .Leading G of East Florida /
.a Jacksonville business college, is H. Ambrose and Family.. material at prices that defy com
spending the Christmas holidays. with To idea of .
petition. give an .
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Q. '
remarkable values I mentiou
Tllghman. Brown' Clock Unveiled.The Our stock was ore complete than now
County Superintendent L. K. Tucker a few below : ,
; I I :218-220-222-224: : : Lemon Street. and Principal. Stephens of the Palatka first week of the unveiling of the and
inch Mohair Suiting new.
e arriving weekly.A .
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High School are attending the State Educational clock In M. S. Brown's clothing store

Association convention In Do- occurred on Wednesday afternoon at ;3 worth 75C at. . 43C. Ir% '
flpeciali .
Block. Land this week. o'clock. There was a good crowd oiuslomcrs ;
flerryday inch Broadcloth $1.25
: with tickets. R. E. 50 -
and Mrs. L. W. Webb of Saylor present Ferris Hrj '
I Mr. Breakfast Bacon
Neck unveiled the clock and it bad ,
Park. Ohio and Mrs. Beck of Conners.yule value, at . . 8pc I
\ ': Ind., are the guests of Mr. and topped Those al present 1-59-46. showed their tickets ,36 inch Panama, worth Genuthian Dill Pickles ,
't'at Smith and will spend the "
!Mrs. L. A.
:. winter season with} them.It and Mrs. W. A. Merrydny held the one 6oc, at.:. . . 4ic O1U e Olive 011. I''
nearest' to the ":.above! ".....e21 minutes'
inch Scotch Plaid Suiting .
.. Is understood in Palnlka this morning and some seconds Inter. one was therefore 36 ..
t Notice to Contractors.Office Pure Seed Potatoes. thai. the independent shippers as well awarded the $3. On taking the soc value, at. 35C All the I mds.of Cereals,.
the Fruit had. decided to
money Mrs. Merryday remarked that. she
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court I We offer tbe Genuine Spaul- Indefinitely postpone further shipments lad. that much more to give toward the You need this class of goods now. VermontGraham Ma up, New Buckwheat,

Putnam. County Florida.Talnlka. of citrus fruits from a large part. of Flor- new Methodist pa"oo"le.Keep Come and buy a dress, and n '
ding Rose No. 4. in 10 sacks .
FI. D"c. 9Ih. 1909. Ida. Vheat
tickets will be good Rye Flours
$2.50. True Red Bins your ; May Manton Pattern will be give
4 1 Sealed bids for the construction of Triumphat
the Davenport
editor of
B. F. Tllllnghast, at every Wednesday's unveiling for the
c a Steel Bridge across Dunn Creek Or $3.25. Send: us your orders. (Iowa) Daily Democrat, .and who coming eleven weeks. en you FREE of charge. This I PllLsb>ur d Medal, Obelisk
., Deep River, located nearCrossCreck, baa a beautiful winter home and grove pattern offer is good for 10 dayimly.
will be received up to noon on YVednttsday American Produce Co.Jacklonville business L11 and o ands of Flour.'
property at Crescent City, was a .
First Baptist Church.W. .
1910. Said blda bu :
January 5th. to
who took
Fla. visitor in p..latkaVedoe.day
. publicly opened at 2 p. m. on Weducst time to call upon a few of his numerous .. O. FOSTER, PASTOR. HATTIE N. BUKY. q Fleishman'ressed Yeast Cakes -
t day, January. 5th, 1910. ..t::
rlends. Sunday School at 9.45: :; a. m. Receiv I'H times a week. S
k' Prospective bidders will obtain plan How's this The at Rice Creek will Preaching at 11.00: .. m and 7:30: p. m. :
for Glddings boy ;
: and specifications la full detail at this a Bargain: Alto the Urge of Imported Delicacies
Morning Subject "The Infancy of
complete his 21st day of the Pasteur
office upon! application HUTCHINSON.in person.HkNRY Clerk.. I For" 1'3..18 were Truck Farul.8ub-Ir- treatment. to prevent hydrophobia on Christ." Evening Subject: "Some Sagesllons Icome: h J i;; eve t to Palatka..
rU.ted from 8-in. flowing well. small Sunday. So far no symptoms of the dis for the Closing and Opening
IIUUHS on pliice. l Is. III fine codaltlon, 'Ie..r.. "
ease have developed and the chancesare .
2 Sealed. bids for the construction ,
o for planllnK. insIde of City limit. Jr. B. Y. P. U. at 3:00
that the treatment has been effective : p. m.
the pile approaches to the above Bridge three bluck. from Uulon JStittlou.: It] and that the boy has been saved Sr. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. m. :
I 1' will be received separately, and opened buyer did not care to farm could be You are cordially Invited to attend any J3DT13TOFE5
at the same time and place as above. out up Into city lot*. This In apiece fine Miss Lillian Ralph, a teacher In the or all of these services.
Prospective bidders will obtain lull of Make Dade. City high school and a former
property. u* offer
., particulars upon application In person al OQ It. resident of St. Augustine has been Lemon Str The West End
Obis office. spending the holidays here with friends. St. James Methodist Church.
HENRY HUTCHI SO-l: Clerk. It will go for the tint reasonable>> offer. Miss Ralph. left this morning for De- PAL FLORIDA
Quod reason for telling.Kennerly and. to attend the State Teachers' Asso H. DCTILL, FABl'OH. ,
:, Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court cl"llon.-SI. Augustine Record. Next Sunday begins the new year

Putnam County, Florida. Seed Store Sheriff R. Lee Kenncrty on Wednesday Let us begin with a full attendance upon k1 !Ji! Y1m! i! RI

Palatka. Ha., Dec. 9. 1909. PaUtka, Fla. tf while In Jacksonville, purchased the services of God's house. _

SeAled bids for hire of one bridge lender he old Raabe. home at the corner of 9.45: a. m. Sunday school. Mission

.\C41 L will' \ bo received at this office until To owners of Oak. .and Seventh streets, together with Sunday. Offering for Home missions. 11- ...... I
noon Wednesday. January! 51h, 1910, he v"c..nllot. adjoining. It Is Mr. Ken- 11:00: Communion.a. m.-Preaching, followed by J.-, :.- \J I I

f. and then publicly opened. Farms: and Homes. ncrly's purpose to put this house In first- Holy \
3:00: p. m.-Junior League. We Still Have Fine I
Prospective bidders will obtain details class repair and rent it. a
of service required upon application inperson tf you wl.h to sell to (food northern The children of the Methodist Sunday 6 30 p. m.-Senior. League. : .
7:30 the
at this office. buyers, send full description, school held Christmas. exercises In the Everybody: p. m.-Pre..cblnll'welcome. Church by pastor.heated Displayof Homes verybody ..

'.; HENRY HUTCHINSON, Clerk. location number of acres I"'pro.ements rooms of the Athletic club Monday 10 cold weather.
quality of soil distance to night! with excellent music by Mrs.
full rend station, title hf-althfuluess rilghman's young people's orchestra, the latest novelties in Ladies .-
Notice of Application for Tax Dned. lowest prlee terms to Plnft R. Mabel Paige at the HoweH.
Spen- recitations. etc. Then there was a frolic Neckwear Kid Gloves
- NAllre la thftt Metro* Miniifftcturlntf / ,
hereby given Ilj
ocr Broadway, New York.
I Ii
(Jo. nurounacr of tx ovrtiflonte Nii8 > for the little people. They all had an Miss Mabel Paige and her excellent II
flitted: the lt
I I has bits nlwil flied*said nppltufhiion I certlent"!( for In tits my tlnml ofllee to IHIUH nnd Redding "400" Market will not tall\ L. Arant, Qulntus Rortblns and company Phurston's great present comedy success"Sweet well as Fine" Laces. and .

f in Accordant with law.. MH, |<| curtlflcnteftmbrare Iny meats. on Sunday or accept any or Pete Cannon went on a deer hunt down Clover" at the Howell Theater tomorrow Embroideries. Andsoldi
fchft following dnicrlbcd' property don on that. day, but will accept Sunday near. the Ocklnwaha bend last. Wednes (New Year's) night

C ,,#- sheeted Lot .la, In KiwUlft Putimmouuntjr.and McKee Florliln.to-wit frm-t, lectionSO : orders on Saturday, prepare and keep day.. They saw. a buck not over 10 Miss Paige. Is a favorite In southern\ I'' Miss Kale L. Lucas. .
townaliipun. range 3d e ?'- ncrei.Th Idem In refrigeration Saturday night and steps.away .and one of the men shot at heaters and Is not unknown to Palatka P .
,* MAI it I*ml bniiitf": ftnuf-weil; nt the date of have them delivered between five and him twice One of the others who was heater goers. She has a i Easy nt Plan. .
She iiMunnc of allot c."Ront.ln tha net* lI.onjl.upport-1 -
ofJ. M.. Maxwell' Co Onl.. amid cvrtlilrt six o'clock Sunday morning. present says the buck ran and waved a lag company this season Millinery and Notions.
Hlmll htt ilfleni4d .noanrdtng' .. Inwtnx "fareihee.weiibroihcryounever.toucli.edme" the leading cities of the south are giving -
dead will Untie t her ton on thflpOib day to the hunters with his tall. I her u '
most flattering notices. Howell Notice. you wa crne: and soe me at
) of Jftntmry, A. D. lUHt. Notice to Contractors. ,
W'linen 1117 ..moh.I.IRnMu.e and seal this Leo Jacobson has determined to build ; heater will likely be packed at this one

IhAXthdnyof Dewnttwr. A. I>. Iv09 Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court a fine residence on the lot he recently I Ipurch..sed night engagement of Miss Paige.. The annual meeting of Ihe Stockholders once, at mY' 0 ). 1. Canova Building .
((5.mi1! HhNKY H17TOH1NHON.OUrkOtrcultUourt ,
) Putnam t'o. FI.... Putnam County, Florida. > on North Third street, cornerof Popular prices-25, 50 and 75: cents- of the betdvn Cypress Door
B? J.o. Unit D.v.I" Palalka, Fla. Dec. 20 1909. I Main. The contract It Is stated, has will prevail and reserved seals may be Company will bo held at the office of Office H 10 to .
) been let to George Tillman, who Is also secured at the Ackerman-Stewart store. the company In Palilka,. Florida, .on and 7 to 8.

Notice of Application for Tax I>..d. The CountyCommissloneriof Putnam. ho architect. The plans call. for a Friday, February 4th, 1910, at 10 o'clock .
Notte In b..hYil..n that Melroia Mnnu County, Florida, will receive sealed. bids large dwelling .and one that. will ornament St. 10 the forenoon. .' .
f.atarlnaOo. purchaser oft..x rerttnente No for Ihe construction of a hard road from residence Joseph's Academy.This : GEO' B. SELDEN. F. J. .
4m. dr\t,.T kh. lit day of July, A. D. lefT. Palatka lo Rico Creek until an already pretty street. : Ingtiam.
1\, has nid amid! cortinont In my office, and Thursday Miss Kate Putnam Calhoun, who has excellent school will\\ re-open 12.31.51' President:
,, January (6lh, 1910 and on that day al 2 -
I ". baa ole pplloniloa for tai dtmrt tonnum been spcndlcg the holidays with her next Monday Jan. 3d, 1910. Music Is
'. l' In notmrdntic with law. HIId ertifloat o'clock p. m., will publicly
open aught on the piano-forte, violin mandoin WANTED-Small Farm, Improved.
E. Noble Calhoun has
. r .mb." the following dncribed property brother Judge I
Prospective will all
,l .,.. obtain and guitar. Children should receive Will exchange a $4,500.00!\ equity In fine
# .Uu"I..lln Putnntn "".y, Fto.ld" t.owl" pent her first term at Si. Joseph's Convent
... LoU IT. 10 and :*!I.. inotion 0, townvhlp lo, plans and specifications of the work contemplated St. Augustine and result of nstrucllon as early as possible In orderto Income Chicago flat building rents
as a
t,rantf S8 .". -lau ...r... at this office, and their bids accomplish In life all to which innate 756.00( yearly. AddreIIOWN.ER, 7331
I .. .. effort Is able to exhibit a card. which
i 1 li *.1011..0.1 b*lD|{ a H trcl At the date of may be left at this office until date
;, th. iKuant of uoh certlneat In has name fied. speci shows the 100 mark on most of her talent: entitles them. Besides the rcguar Vincenacse Road. Chicago, 111. 12-3121 \
of J. .,. MrixwellAUo.Unl studies, as well as In deportment. She music class. taught at the Academy. .
.ieiiald crtlflent ahall b* redeemed HENRY HUTCHINSON: Clerk here Is a kindergarten music class. In
will return to Ihe Convent the:
law, tax dead will l iue thvruon coming
aCcording to
\ .. on th* 3Aih d' y of Jartunrr, A. !>., U10.Wltn I Circuit Court of Putnam. Co., Fla. week. which pupils from five years of age and [
... oftlnlal,' .and .ealtbls. upwards are taught dally. the rudiments
l'c m? alitnutur I .
.1 of Iecentb.r' A. n' Ivov. There was a horrible murder comtnitd I of music note reading of i In hand.Unit. will.often. ..Urn not prnYentacoJUtmt Palatk '
Ih.I'1"y;::" WANTED Six ladles. memorizing cth. Il u irinf of anythingtii !R.
; ,i HENRY HUTCHINHON.CUrkdlrifuUUourt young to be on Ihe street at Bonlwlck yesterday ew. .' 1 1ware.
, .. t Putnam. Fla.Hv I notes, the scales with their signatures retnirett' part should not be tho wvittcpot ;
as Must he between : :
$! ( nurses. morning at 8 o'clock. A negro named ovttr afttr.
. .- J C.Balls i>..O.Notion and suitable. for children ;
; eighteen .and thirty years. of age, well I Dan Mulllno shot and instantly killed a easy songs Of Onu*. KIliKto.., thin U mOH. pnrtlo- -
I --- ---------- .d.L hnntlhv ....1 *.f rrfuwf **l>,......inv I known Rone with load- For terms apply at the Academy. ularly trim. jHnnrnlly': n '*m, iiU U" uuii U Store
woman as a aim ::
i dcih; not worth an much lie b f r We do not ,
j (; of Application forTies I'o.d. For particulars, Halcyon l Sanatorium cd with buckshot. There was- no one *''menO"anvthlitt.. re plane the brokonpnrt
_ ) .. NOtICO In li rohy Ivan that T.f. A. Training school, Valdosta, (hi. on Ihe street in that vicinity at the time.Ir. by new 0"".. No nuttIer how .imtll Is now pecially selected lne'of '
King, uunihrmor: of TAX flortlttonu* No.H41. U.H2tBllY !\ Glisson and another man had started THIS WILL INTEREST MOTHERS the 010..... atttiutloa i* (t..n by urn ta "..!*/ open -
"- tInted the 7th( day of July A. U. 111"),.
linn IllttU Mrtia onrlltlimt. In otTlce, midlimt (or Palatka. .and other men had gone to Job.E5 Decorated are
HIV Mother Qr y' 0w n> Powders for aC.u'tatn Cutlery etc.
Children ;
made ttppiluntlon for tax tICOtI In ,"o1l".d..n. with law. Hftttt ..rtlrtci.tiM.ntirAmtii Market Bent and relief, for Pev rtMhnM, H ad he(1lndtotnoh Genera
\ o meals prompt ser woods. Sheriff Kennerly was notified *"
I Taathlnff. l>l.onlr., and are, Crockery !
Hi** follow I ," dunurllwrl ,prnpurtylHuibttnl more F KU* 41T Lemon "atvmt' Palatka. Florida.Impure .
vice. Everything price and after the murderer who .
new, went
.. In Hucimin county t'lo.IoI.W'tl, rea.Onll'ble. was lila tb HowaU" and destroy worm 'I bay brealiupOoldstn
Xi<'!"of n\rV< of naL{. Huotlua "uu, lownililp 409 Lemon bt. "Phone" 17. drunk at the time of the shooting. Mul-- .. ft hour Th.:T *.r.10 plmutaut .toU4t Saab and 11ndS. fl '
Ih. nd harmlm as milk. Ohlltlrun Ilkaham. blood
23 u-h) run yon down- -
range sores 1100 worked at the Gllason turpentine
1"T'h srtid l lint, I m.oiscd nt the date. of Ov.r lo.ooo' taMtlmonliii' of cur" They nxkri Tlotlm JOlt received 11 f-Stoves
belttif .. till and hitherto had a good reputation. no*.;fa Bold by all Oruglate, 30o. "A.d.y. .k to- you an easy for orffn- and Ranges. t
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r the lntuitnL'A of niiult ut rtltl ii u In tlit II. _"lIIm.11Ji:: ..TW'LI nmr 1IeUJSIDj : : lit dlsea".... Burdock Blood Ultt.
t t of Hnmtiel PorlclnH., rnlHtm all o.rtllo.( ..t.. I There was an ugly row at Slsco Don't accept any HUbHittut *ri
L-+ tiftll (w rm|:).niml nfloordtng I to law, t as dtKHl j SMITH'SHome station Tuesday night, the cause being lurlflM the blood-aurea the oauan- W.m -
will hahn tharetmoa tha toib day ot Juu. betide RNAGE
I It A.. II. 101IT. a "yaller" lady: and whisky. The parclpants Motto of Application for Tax Deed you up. '.
.. Wlt.te..my offlolnl dlqnatnr, and... tills Made Candy were two negroes named Kotlo I !. haraby"given that J. O, Rtrlok- .
Ibi 4ih day of Di)onh.r, A. 1>. I"'"). Henry Robinson and Sam Curry employed heed, purchaser of Tax, OortlfluatA No. n, FOR RENT-Six room house, tnclud: Lemon St. Old Loeb Stand. '
... dated the Ut day of July A. D. luOT.ia "" jJ
: t' ., ( Atr.] HK (KY HlirtJHINHOM 4 Ice Cream by G. P. Plait, woodsman and flied 'entd C.rllfloate' In ittti nif bath room, furnished. Apply to B.
o i.: Fla.
Olruult Court Putnam Co., : .m.roam''I:: \V. Huff 329 .
1' C The has mail application for alreet. 12 31-K
,; iIyJ.O.htaIIs. 1.)>.0. lie contractor. men were drinking nuen !r1Yifi! !h9'i! !h" :
.oordan' with law. Multi oertlttuat .
and quarrel the
whisky 11'011010 a over
; Hot and Cold Drinks. nibraou.. the following dflaorlhori.' property
woman. Curry seUed! an axe and struck tuatwl In Putnam .tB FOR SALK-Automobile, <4< cylinder ----- --------.-.. ..
"D"an'l OlntniHnt cured me of re -A .al for Robinson with tie! sharp end culling off 'S of self* of nwV<, : r.'W-b'T; :;;: :: 8rantfH S passenger In good run.ilno- condition. 1- The telephone directory s FOR --- ------------------ I-4.
."tn* thai had Annoyed mn a | !4 .. 14 6.-W acres. SALEFineJersey boll calf 2
onyrlnjd. the lobe or his his bone fo, 5
grazing Cheap CDlb. L. number
ear law The laid' land .kwing aumffaml atthdat H. ALFORD, A. C. 17 rails Redding Gr monlhl bId. Can
,v The eava ". permnnwnt. Huyler and down his cofar bone .. L. lOeat otock 1 4Ul _
to he
running; She Imiuantf 01 allOts .tl60.'a the nameof depot. U-17 If same number now calls of S.
a r Han, 9. W. MatCh.w imni1aiIuiier cutting a deep wound which reached tothe Mr*. 10. B. Porter. Unlp. eali!I avrtlflflatohailiMrKla "400" Market at 409 Lemon J. Kenncrly, Palalka, FIs. U

1.or: St"tIIUoo. Angult", Ma. L. A. wind pipe. Dr. Johnson of this city wilt in.ua tharaoa';nie candletj.'ij dressed the wound and says the man A. D. 1510.WiineN. bearing orange grove. Balance as good glvea all order. proninle' *
,' FOR'SALE.-.Two good building lots i r.I..'.. has a chance to recover. Curry I I. atlaflle my official ilgnataraand..bl.I irish potato land .. there Is In Floilda. easy natnrM movein"oi.. enr n con.sMpatlou .. /
w.terworka. Sell cheap. but the sheriff 1. after him and 'h.alaS day of Dee lh -Dnaii'e K"dal..H, /. lit
riot. near Dew Ap- I" milesclty. P.
J. a.o.lle.
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