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 Material Information
Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1903
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
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: oclc - 33474840
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System ID: UF00087245:00101
 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NEW' SI1!; ; VOL. XI. NO. 48. ;
<[ --- PALATKA. FLORIDA... FRIDAY, DKCKMUEH.; ; : 11, 19Q3. $1. 1'erYear.REIVI .
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i 1 That we are selling Everything: that Men, Youth and I TOWN
Boys wear, aud that we are selling them fast, too.

Because why? I .

Because we found ourselves overstocked and we must
unload at cut-in-two prices. It's our loss, but'it's'( your "
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gain. It would mean a bigger loss if we were compelled to ,
carry the goods over. See? IcOWNINI .
L ncANC sl slMen's '. '
Come to .
us for'your Boy's Clothes and Shoes. Hen's '

Overcoats that have guarantee as to style; finish and wear' '. c ,

ing qualities. > ,.. 1 : :

Same applies to a magnificent assortment of Suits. j J

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I. The best makes In Men's Shoes., -

t Hundreds of articles suitable for Holiday Gifts to Hen Suns Men's SuitS. Men's Suits, 1
t and Boys. I
I ,. r 'iI" '(, In this ]inn you ''can '(tud !Suits:! Fancy Chovoit Suits, Sor(o High Art Clothing, "Old Relia., '. S
t, Neckwear, Suspenders, that art worth eight and, unto lined, Square and., Round Cut, ble"' in quality but up-to-the- "
dollars, !lint for the holidays \vo worth ton and twelve fifty at minute in style.Suit .

+t' Handkerchiefs Gloves. '! will make the price Suit $14.50men's
';, < $ Suit $8.45
I ,' (", I, -.. U $6.75. V u.-r-J.-ii-m-imi.T--L

[ Everything to be found in an up-to-date Clothing store, Men's SuitS. J,,
,at prices never: before'heard of in Palatka.
Pure AllWoolVorstnl, 'Canainiwres -
and Fancy< Chevoits, gorge
I, Fearhside Clothing CO. lined, suits worth fifteen dollars F1 ) /

; Suit $io.ooMen's f f t. lfih n

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PalatkaFlorid You can ex poet! the boat to bo :;J '"
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4 had at the price and the price i is ; '
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._ the best to be had in I'ulatka.
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eazraaaasrr,13fraTCese t? l Cannot be duplicl\\ted. Our Special /L'
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Mrmen's Suit $12.50
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Display taste in dross will appreciate a Fine, perfect fitting ,,, HIGH -AR
Shoe. That's why we want that class of men to SAt our n

i r.Mr 'For bush Cushioned Sole Shoe.- ;: Pants. Overcoats '

It's built for gentlemen of taste. It coats $a,'but it ;worth the and
money The poet and most peifcct, fitting Rain Coats.Ac '

Then there is the oolebrat CROSETT HHOfi: for $. IIri O.: Noth- Ponte made. They come in )pure :complete assortment. short, '
ing like it for the money You can only find it here: All-Wool Wor/Htmla/ Chovoita and medium and extra loug. Special
Caasimeres. The spuciul) pyres we.
Our\ : Ladies Leader make 111 price from ,, 't

f1" is the KRIPPENDORF-DITTMAN SHOE which is/by;the'way the Pair $3.65 '21 $5.00 to '$14.00.
leader everywhere. Combines elegance of finish with rearing qualities. .. .
The liest Working. Shoe in the market is the one we sell at $\l, -- -- L5n "

I "CllT IT Complete line Boy's and Girl's School Shoes. Boy's Suits-The beet and strongest ta


Curry 2z Larl.e: :

(Vatterlin's/ old'' stand.)

OUT"! i :IPsilsctlsei: = : Jloxida. n !I% E:.

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New .Ax11n.gton.; Hotel,

And keep the' LEMON. ST. PAL.ATKA. FLA.. ,

address for reference<,c Two Blonk from Bonk landing. Moat Convontant to Uttlnn Vopot.. Bight In shopping illatrlot HOWARD STYLE.) ,.; h tatwrcam
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Nee bean thoroughly rcnoTiitml. Neat, Clean and Hora llfco. Botaml VOid Bathe.reee ,
when starting out on Sample Room. Hate*$2 00 end$J.fiO per OnyTelephone
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conneotlon with all rIver noluM poolnl Rol.C Table Hoarder. Our Special
your hunt for Suit ;,
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That carries the Howard guarantee $3.25
J?AZATS: :A.! -a Hat worth three fifty Our 1 ',' INSURED ';. ,..;r. Hoy" Kncu Pants! 5 to 16 years..Od r
ChristmasPresents. Special! Tnoa, ";:; "CLOTMIHGJf\ Hoy'a Shirts, ... .. ." ..I5U(>c
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Tuesday: December 15, Hat $3.00 ;1."r'! Boy's Boy's8w"nhr CupsT-: : ....... .., ..215Q: c


A pair of Shoesis w Howe's Great London Shows alpineHatsone' Newest I ,<' ,,


a useful thing. ..A.nclSanger's 1!
and" will be Trained Animal ExpositionComing In all _staple] colors and Three in one Hat, ),
shapes. Great values. in all ihadoe. Special) h1 f( '
more appreciated iw In ell Ita entirety Bigger,Better Greater Grander than ever J>oforo. SLecinl11rice from .Price, .. i I ";',
Many Htrango Zoological SwclraonB, Including the rarest animals f
than other ,
many la captivity. QUEEN the lioness and her :
presents.. family of young eubs. $1.00 to $2.35:: $2.65 HOWARD STYLE.
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Our stock is all new 4 The Cycle Whirl by the Slater Family.Ding HOWARD STYJ-S: .. ,_
Dong, the smallest Elephant In the World. Umbrellas for Holiday
and by far 15 Clowns",all Jolly Bone of Momua. preaentlng their comicalities' redtoulons Holiday Neckwear,
the situation In the most hilarious manner and creating bursts of laughter.WHEELER'S largest range of pat- ec dt Gifts at prices ,ranging' t
largest MARINE BAND, the beet musical organisation.. traveling with Rotir R RS
ever brought to Palatka. : .. any show In America terns 25c. from B5c to $4.00

I i Grand Free Street Pageant Winter Underwear. Hosiery from loc,to .I5C"'

...... Be on the street)at 11 o'clock 11.-111'and-wltness our Grand, Free and New Street Heavy Fleece Lined Underwear. ; l t Kid Gloves.r .. .900 .
ity- : ; : :Carado\: oouBlstlng horsea of. upon and dens golden of wild chariots animals, beauUIulI" a complete} range of sues. t Men's Shirts. T ,... .450.

'JUK( J \ ; ( A.GRANT G fcAlji'lJAvi' :bee the date. Prepare for the coming big event. 75C. a Suit p" I I'hi Men's" ,; e. 750 '
I Extra. Hoiwy and Medium Full line Suspenders 150
,?,, Reduced Rates on all Railroads. Weight Wool Underwear, worth 'hi, nil I. to socLarge -- i,
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S hoethuri :il dill.) ;Twojerfornmnsea'dally, -1 p. m. and 1 p. m. _______ three dollars a suit, special It ,i Assortment 'of
price l I I2I
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>sautsi 1iI_,.."' "'1l' "" "" ''' ''''rrltglsfltgoaaialaas! Suit $1.85,, I Men's and Boy's' Caps' I
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Linen Collars. .ISC 25C._
Store' R. S. MOONEY Men's NightRobes..75C ?jT NEf ALL Smoking ,Jackets and'
'' Bath Robes.
Men's' Wool Sacks .2SC "
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FUBNITITBK;* MATTINGS, I I

A. M. McIVER, OIL CLOTH! and LINOLIUM :


I PROPRIETOR RUGS r ART ,SQUARES, I HOllOA Y BARGAINS.
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Palatka, Florida. WINDOW SHADES I ,
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We I large and well selected line, and I
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Notice Dire offerlqg It at;: very low' prices to reduce j
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to CUjI Ian; Payers! I.1 M. MEYER :
I The CIty T":Buoka for the Tai: a o f our stock. -
1901 ,
will' "betl -Ad Jan.
< on the Ut;day ol .
k nary' "HH.and DI..r.... Warrants will be 1J TI1I II1IIII! ;
'sued for all l taxes Qargai i _
remalolog unpaid 01f $ U ..
for Cbrismus <
Inll thatdate'The1..forfa these; DllltrMe Warraaw utagandsort amount t.; TIn Opportunity. HERBERT .CROOK, Manager, ; III
did J'. hleh will b*"d1ft < 1 I I
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tit. esof the _...D.'lIDd. ona. I I Florida. 'i
Late4 B by tbll ChI.r of 1'1>11_(' 1.lq.. .i arta ting. aqa i hahtiq! )l1 Palatka, _
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The Palatka News The board of county commissioners Fortiiifflitly Club Meeting. Suicide of a Putnam Co. Mab. rlllll

came together for the December whose home is at
The Woman' Fortnightly club A. J. Shiver

'L and Advertiser meeting last Tuesday. The meeting met at the club rooms on Friday Crescent City, committed suicide at High Grade Groceries

was held In the oflloe of the county November :28th: for the fifth of the Jacksonville Wednesday night by =

Ji cl..rk l owing to the fact that circuit series of discussions on American taking a 10 grain dose of morphine. -_-

People TIlE NEWS: AND ADVERIlSOt court w'LIln session All the tnem- ilstory. Mrs. Ross led the meetingThe He left no word In explanation.:

"'' hUll a hiuh<.r: circulation ruling bars were present Chairman Fearn- topics covered the period from Shiver was ft lumber inspector In We make it our policy to sell none but goods of

;$ tlutii III accorded to any other side being In the chair, It. Raymond rom the beginning of the War 1812 the employ of the Charles S. Hirsch Of all the thousands of
Are Satisfied., the best quality. cans and
Jacksonville
ever In
paper In "alutka'I'rlntor'lI 'lice acting as clerk. The sessionwas to. the close of the Tyler admlnlstra- Lumber company

Not with *Ink, N. Y.. July 29! 190.1.: short, only the routine business Lion and much Interest was shown by but his family consisting of a wife p packages to be seen on our counters and shelves there ia '
so us.! and
transacted and children a son
elng an IIdJolirumentWII. those present In the questions and two grown
Ever since our had b..forBIcou.\, cussed.Keaolutlonaof. dl"-I daughter, reside at Crescent City not one that is second grade

Pretty Store Manager Herbeit Crook of this I.lii regret at I thn and l he wee related to some of the host =
$ n" S Mr"i Shiver \Vh} n jon buy supplies from us
nlngS. your juan
City fiapp that section. you
was opened Meyer clothlngstoie makes a opelal of Mrs. A.I). Curry much! esteemed families 111

;,_ The People $ Personal m ntlol 5 announcement on the first page nemher of the club, were piuwud. and bus not lived at home much since = depend on gutting th of this paper which will interest men. ordered! placed on the records of the the 'ur freeze. '
have seemed to ."" ''' of the low other houses ask for
ilr. Crook could have said a heap club. Mrs. Shiver Is a daughter in most canes' as as goods of an

appreciateour John T. Grtllln spent Wednesday If the The adjourned at five late Judge Morrow. Mr. Shiver wasa
!I ore New could have spared : meeting inferior
.. grade. -
all
efforts", Rnd Thursday In Jacksonville.Mltm o'clock to meet December, brave Confederate. soldier
inn the space, but as It Is he has ngalu( .
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to give them J'IIIIB.V Pevereux I Is home called brief attention to a* few of the at the homo or Mis. A. J'J), Wilson, through the civil war. We are how receiving the'new pack of DRIED and

from her suniuu'r's sojourn In Now uadlng holiday dinners which his when the 1'lillanthroplo committeewill -S.--
The Best Goodsat Yolk.MH. >lf :storu and stock oiler to the men be In charge of the exercises. JtBTTKii THAW A PI.ABTBB. Iii EVAPORATED FRUIT, Ne'w CEREALS, and have [

| Annie Ilamllu of Jackson- and boys of Putnam county. Those 0 1'BKSH UlCl'OKTKH. A piece of flannel dampened with ? in ..
who visit the store will discover that -...-- Cimanibu'riain'5 Pain Balm and bound on J
yule In In lliHi-lty on a visit to the
Circuit Court. alToiiteil l parts, Is better than a pica.teL' 'tn'w FlOUr.
the Buckwhen
Prices. there are slatlims of baigains whichho
Popular ainlly of I". A. Ucrber.Miiis bank and pains In the sideorehnBt.
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The fall term of the clicult court closed for a lame *
lULl not mentioned and which .
can rain Balm iaimO" superior asa
Our trade has Judith 'Vo.tkln" of Putnam We,Inoadiiy, evening up to which time Boated,
bo had for the nuking. Ilnlniont for, the relief of deep
Been more than lull, was at the In HaratORa.! the city lust, week, aItn..t Mrs. Lav In a, Frost Brigham of a largo amount of bnnlnesa was trans muscular and rheiimatlo pains. For 12 sale. 8 GAY I3RC>S. M
acted., 'rhe lawyers are highly pleased by Aokorman "Stowatt.' y
North Castle N. Y. has announced
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we expected. Mr. and 1 Mrs 1 !HTM.! Watklnsof Lou- with Judge WI Is, whose doolulons come <*

Hence our sat: faction.: I.o.nana, were In the city taut week en lie marriage of daughter, JOllnloIonlllll quick and clear, and show a profound Jj Down-town Store, (Graham Hotel Block. jjj
[ to Mr. Vincent Fair. Moodyof '
onto, to Putnam: Hall to visit re laIves. knowledge of the I law. < The Folly Nurseries

.... This week we MHBBH M tI received Palatka.by friends Cards to the this contracting effect were Hon. B. P. Calhoun the now' states lit Up-town store,' cor. Kirby and Kirkland Sts. ji hiI

I otTer a new HUH. of O. U. HiiMlinnd I the )popular yonnn pin-ties In this city last' Monday. The attorney, does not readers need an but introduction the News I'alutku heights Florida.Kstabllshed i I GlIII1iJlllllf:BUI'nun iiinr gnu!:'in'nwn,'rl in m: mimntni' l1l,_RIU.I ,m'OK,m-m, i IB:MKIW".
t ii.Tclimit, or (Irandln was attending) to Putnam county ,
occurred at North Castle 1881.
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ceremony :
to'' I only voices the sentiment of the bur whenIt
Madras Pajamasand ImsluuHH at the court IIOUKO thU on Thanksgiving day.( Mr. .and Mrs '
week. Moody arrived bore Tuesday night states that lie ta one of the best prosecutors Choice Orange and Grapefruit! Buds Holiday OponingBig
_. In tho state. )Ie dons not allow
Mlus Mubel Powell returned to her after having a day, each In,New York;

Outing Flannel Inime In Fernandlna lest Tuesday, Washington and Jacksonville. Mr. business Tho following to lair. criminal convictions on sour stock, for snlo. Display of Christmas Goods now ready tot inspection.Big .

iiftnr a plenfiaut visit with fl'lendllln Moody has been receiving tho congratulations Stock of
Night Robesfor with
wore obtained at this term together
this city. of his lends. Ills bride
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tho sentences Imposed I W. C. HAIIOUOVE, 1'rop.,
Editor Seymour of Hastings was a Is a most charming lady and! will fiend Toys, Dolls and Fancy Goods. Christmas Cards.
Daniel J. Cobb, the clerical rape
visitor In the city yesterday. Ills make many friends. Lock Box 21. Palntka, Fla.
COLD NIGHTS of Pomona wag found guilty. Ills nock Inspect our stock before buying, it will) pay you I
new paper will make Its appearanceIn The past week has witnessed mor was saved by a reoomraohdat to mer

January. cold weather than has been known cy. Ills sentence Is hard labor In the ci: ::8. RO\A/nrOIN.
atHOT PJUCES. 'f. K. Owens, a prominent Oalnesvllln In this sectlon.of Florida at this time state penitentiary for the balance of his I -

? : attorney was In the city over of year in many winters. On Friday life. '

Wednesday' night, a guest at the and Saturday mornings last the mercury Willie Red, colored pleaded guilty to Ladies Special Discounts to Sunday Schools

i; Remember Saratoga( hotel. went several, 1 degrees below tho entering a dwelling with intent. to commit .. .
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of the freezing point and there has been for two -
The December felony Penitentiary
: The Griffon Brand board of trade will mooting bo held next frost Almost every clay since. It Is years a ''m'm"mm"'m""mmmm'm'", ", '", '", ,,,' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Tuesday evening. There should boa reported that the mercury wont to 20( William Nelson, colored, assault with Kid Gloves. E nave You Soon the Pretty Patterns of
last and declare It
E Clothing large attendance. Saturday some Intent to commit rape, pleaded guilty
went ns low ns 24. There has been land five In the penitentiary. --- .
Senator JnmeM P. Taliaferro wasa got years
1T' Guaranteed, visitor In thin city on Monday am 110 great damage, though some headed Nelson Is the man who assaultedthe We Lave in stock avery i Fall and Winter Fabrics I

t: Is Tailor made spent the time calling on a large lettuce has been nipped. There little seven year old dauuhter of the complete line of
: was also conslderable damage to sn .
number of his friends.Mlws cook at the Saratoga hotel. Ladies Black and Colored Shown at our Store This I Season?
calle-
in at Florahome 10 miles ont _
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L Nobby Style gar Joe Tompkins, colored entering house Kid Gloves.!! (
]MabelVilsou, the aceompllxhed
and sells atPopular on the. U. B. &; F. Hallway. with Intent to commit misdemeanor one == If you 1m v n't, you should see them. They are here by the ==
daughter of ]Mr and Mrs. A. A party of fifteen gentleman and year In penltantlary. These gloves are fittedat ::: easeful, mid If you'll come In nnd hiNpect them, we know you will :::
K, Wilson him returned home afteseveral be with the seloctlong have made.
ijc Prices. the store. == plenum elegant we
absence at Smith Col- lading from Berrlon Springs! Mich, W. It. Stafford while, grand larceny.

: It's the kind of. lnirefroin years which she was recently and South Bend, Ind., are hero for Three months In county jail. --- To Look Is to Linger and to Buy.
the winter. Some are stopping at the Sam Palue, colored entering railway An exclusive line of

,u Clothing that /appenla/ graduated. Arlington hotel! and. others of the car Intent to commit misdemeanor, one == ==

to Good Dressers Miss Mabel Hassett. of tills city will party have leased the residence on year In penitentiary. Silk Shirt Waist' Patternsand g .. Our Gents Turttisbing Department .. iy

Everywhere.: give an organ recital one of the Third street adjoining the hotel. The George Welch, colored entering dwelling Dress Trimmings. ZZXZ

lending churches of Jacksonvlll members of the party expect to look with Intent to commit misdemeanor Ladles and Misses _- Presents tin array of Stylish: Goods at prices 'way below 5

These next Tuesday. evening. She will be over the county thoroughly, making county jail for three months.. Hosiery. S= what others charge you. =S
; ; .: Elegant assisted by her mother Mrs. O. Wliassett Palatka their headquarters. In the Fred Honing,! colored currying tools == ==
E: We have lots of SHOES for Men, Women and Children. :rSfi :
i Suits na vocal 1st. party are Mr. and Mrs Win. Pennell Into Jail to aid escape of prisoner,. one Fall and Winter Come In and see us. =3TME

JUMBO Ilnili! of tho Onluesvllle Sin Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Skinner, Mr.:and year In penitentiary.
* Sell at from wile In the city yesterday. JUirt Mrs. K. I). Pennell, Mr. and Mrs. S. Hairy Smith, white, charged with MLLINERY.Kate '

4 :i $7.50 to $18.00. Hays that Alexander In going to pol E. laddock, C, W.and J. F. Pennell, grand larceny pleaded. guilty to potty LrLucas. | .5. E, BOND cojg

a big, vote III Alaclinacounty, but of Iteirlen Springs; L.Diue and Mrs larceny, fired $5 and sentenced to three :
r that some of the wise ones Insist that Balding of South Hand. taonths In tnoswunty jail.
Boys Knee Panfs Fiank Clark will have a majorityvote. Jim Thurston, colored entering with ZFala/tlzst: : IF'la: = ,. jf
At tho regular meeting of the city Intent to commit misdemeanor, 1 :year GOOD WOOD
council Tuesday evening Aid. Howell In penitentiary.I mmmmmlUmmu mmm UmmmI1Lmm 1W'mmm'

At :350: soc, Dr. Guy C. Kstew has returned to A Davis( Introduced a preamble George Dlxon. colored robbery. throe Wood that burns free, wood that _

750, and $1.00.BOY'S the city fiom Chattanooga where he and resolution the former reclflng y..r.lu penitentiary. work equally' right, either for -------------------------------1--------------
has been practicing dentistry. Youcuuui't E. Adams white, selling liquor A. WILSON, QEO. E. WELCH T.' B. UEBHILL.
SUITS tho iinsIghtllneBs of the pavement on George cooking or heating. purroa ,1' keep him out of Florida In win Lemon street and the latter calling without lloeimo pleaded guilty, lined Bend your order toBOOKS'

From $2.00:: to $3.50 ter-not when (there Is work Jor him for tho appointment of a commlttei $10O) and costs. Putnam National Bankor
The murder cases agalnstJames Bradley -
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hero. The doctor will "assist In hifather's of three to ascertain the wishes of Cash
I'j and the] latter are guaranteed Win. Martin. Win. DavIs and Clias.
oflloe. property owners on the east two Sloan, colored held fur the murder of Pa.la tk..a
"j 4 ALL WOOL GOODS. Wood Yard
A giant cypress log was cut at the blocks of the street regllrdlnI"ve- Little at Coma, were continued to next

l --:-- Wilson Cypress Company's mill ment of these blocks with vitrified term.Wm. and we will supply you. Thona 5. We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putnam County? and tender all
Heavy Underwear one dRY last wept and from which brick. The resolution was adoptet A. Patterson, white hold for the oourtnuloR anil aonnmmoilatlona. consistent with Rood Banking.
bigamy case continued to noxt. term. _.
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.. two planks are now on and Aldermen Davis, Gay mid Cart- p.Obituuuary...._ -
I, ; For Cold Weather. I the plaining department. Thcp mel wore appointed such committee Smith'sIce : .. -.

( t Big Stock plunks are two Inches thick, 46 Clerk Blackwell was Instructed to Mrs. Alexander DulY Curry was the
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M" to select from. Inches wide and 13 feet long; Th order twenty car loads of rock for repairing oldest daughter of Jill anil Mary liun- I
t' ,. planks are sound In every particular the pavement oil the street. nell and was born In Lake City Floildn, Cream PAL.ATKA. FLORIDA.
February 'Jtlth, IBM! At a_very_ early Chemicals Sundries
and
Druggist
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: The News has been delayed somewhat -----,-- age she WAS bereft by doath of a
Finest line in IMsnlujt itS Illustrated Board Candidates Hpcuk. mother's care and love but with a is Delicious Patents.

of Trnila, edition owing to Inability to The first guns of the congressional younger slater she found a second PRESORIFTION3 OAKEFULI.Y COMPOUNDED.
Hen's Hats mother In nor aunt, Mrs Theodore P.
: secure printers, though every effort campaign In Pnlatka were fired from Pease of Darien 0..., who took them to Everybody says so, and what everybody OAHDEN_ _SEED.. __ Agents| Mallnrrl. Btenmehtp_Lino. .
: has been made by advertising 1Jacksonville the court house Wednesday night. her home and bestowed upon! hAm a Hivys-RODS.. Clean cool parlor. = '
table for
; in Palatka. for ladles I\lIll..ppcll\1 .parties
papers to secure the They were of tho smooth bore kind. mother's affection and caro. NurturedIn of little people.. Everything In -

needed help. The paper will bo The audience was not large owing this refined womanhood Christian and home on Nov.she grewto 13th the way of School Shoes a--.or.IItsE: :
NJWKWEAH ready by the 11th or ICtli lust. to the Inclemency of the weather and young she
1870 In her 2ind: year, was happily
-' ., The MlHses Blanche and Edna CrII the further fact that a well-advertis married to Mr.Alexander Duff Curry Cool Drinksat FOR Lead and Zinc Paints.
to please have been In Jacksonville this week, ed church bazar held a prior claimto of Decatur county, Georgia. She removed -
with her husband to Bainbridge Fountain Headquarters for Boys and Girlsat p
the most whither went to attend the public patronage.The
they
0..., and later to South Carolina lint choice Confections, Clears, etc.
Fastidious.Wilson. coming-out reception given by lion speakers were lIon. Frank the most of her married life was spent In Ice Cream made to order for parties to suit From! Wan Paper, Window Glass, Fine
L and Mrs. Charles M. Cooper In honor Clark of Lake City and Hon. JamesE. her native "state, whither his business and reciiptloiis. prices you. Varnishes Kalsomine Etc.
: of their Hecond daughter, Miss Con Alexander DeLaiuk Hon. S. J. bad led her husband, and for several $1.15 to $1.75. Come and ,
Hilburn acted of years past hor borne had been In Fa-. I L. A. SMITH, New Gilt double
Bros. stance. The charming debutante I 1M as \muster ceremonies Fla. N see Papers 150
l&tka
t. -. well-known In Palatka society clr calling the meeting order and flora In this city, after a painful 111- PALATKA, FLORIDA. them.Best Shoesfor roll, and up.
des, and the occasion of her debut Introducing the speakers the first be floss of about ten days, surrounded by
$ Shirts i was a most brilliant social function. lug Mr. Alexander. loved ones, who did all for her that devotion Men and Women :Every E. E. DODGE, Palatka, Fla.
The the honorable could suggest* she pasasoil from
: Fine' Imported :Madras The hazer at the armory on Wee- not speech bo regarded( Jeemscan I her happy! earthly home to the still happier HEW pair guaranteed Prices $1.50to ._ Next to Gay Bros.. Lemon St.
as a politlca ,
3 o'liloak Sabbath
misday night for the benefit of St.rlu'k's home beyond at on
'v/ith 2 pairs of cuffs, !\ church was a success In every classic but It was fuiinv and entertained morning November 2Jnd, 1UOJ, In $2.50.Full Let Us
. atI.oO. the audience.Vhat he bat the 46th year of her age. She leaves to FurnitureArriving
feature. The booths were pretty, to say was but a repetition of what mourn her departure her devoted bus. line of Dress Shoes.
the supper good and the attendance band her adoptn! I daughter, Mrs. C. H. '
Correct
: he says In his button-imolestroet con- her and foster prices at Kn wYourGrocery
All who have seen large. What gnods were not sold at Lyne of Pulntlia, aunt
versazlonl simple heart( to hoar mother Mrs -T. P. Peasa. hor sister Daily ,
. sale at auction
'r private were put up
our line of talk In which he promised l. Mrs. Fleming. H. Way of Chattahooaboo, I. Jacobson
near the close of the evening. The In tho event of his election something Flo, and her brother Mr. Alvah Bunnell At our store. Wantsand
: church will realize $2GO: from the of Daytona, Flo., and a largo number ol Palatka Flo.
Men'sSox for all his frltmds. Just before ,
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friends In and]
arTair, sorrowing Georgia Wo will be pleased at_ any timeto I
beginning his speech, a colored boy Florida.It there will be no ground of complain
t Say it ia the Hon. Charles Dougherty of Volu- entered the room bearing aloof a giant Is needless to say that Mrs. Curry and show quote you you through prices. our stock Our Competitors say at the quality.We .
sin candidate for the con be missed an unusually', wide olrelo -
most varied county boquet of flowers which he handed l- will by have all theloadlnlrBREfAKPAST

, ever shown here. gresslonal nomination, In this district for to Mr. Alexander. The card attached brightness of friends,and and biioyaney acquaintances.disposition Her\ R. S. MOONEY.Undertaking WE ARE CRAZYFor
arrived in the city yesterday a.
We don't know how bore this Inscription: From her kindness of heart, anil liar gorerous and Embalming. CEREALS
couple of days' still hunt for votes the Ladles to Our Jim" Some heart- service of others, nmdtt. her belayed. of putting in such a heavy.
% that is but we do koowwe've aunt mug the people of Palatka. MrDougherty less present, suggested that all who knew her and 1 drew to her many Stock of and they are all of th* FRESH VAKIEUV. ,
person
did not know of the meet- friends wherever ho lived. Such a Nothing goto musty or nouldy In ;
in New Flne'Furnlture
: everything Jim hail bought the flowers himself character" hers could only bo the fruit Crop and House thus place. Wa, don't keep our stock' .
MEN'S SOX. Ing at the court house Wednesday and there was a laugh. What popu- of a life lived In communion with her Furnishings, we soil It-It's going out aDd coming. la .
evening and regrets that he did not, lames. Mr. Alexander's candidacy it maker While yet In her girlhood she anf &llthatime.' -u

} so that he could have been present. this neck '0 the woode Is Ills loyaltyto pave her heart to Him and became a Balling/ such low'pricee.. We makes leading specialty
ofGarden
the church of :But we believe that
of honest
member Presbyterian -
Next Sunday will end pastorate "Hob." Davis. of the boot
which she .remained a consistent. communicant goods at low prices will win in
of Uev. A. T,. Woodward At St.Jame. Mr. Clark Is always Interesting until her death. Though her _
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, S. Brown Palatka as they have in Butter and Cheese
won
Method church for the present conference He Is one of the bralnyest men In the sufferings In her last Illneee were Intense .
year He will, preach his district, and he made an excellent she uttered no-couiplalnt, but bore thorn Seed other in cities If you will come Teas and :Coffees. ::
with Christian fortitude and surroundedby and look at our. goods and
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k farewell sermon Sunday night "Mi\ talk. into which ha Injected just enough -
she best loved. She
those-whom note the prices, you will think > Wa have. flue blend of Coffee at .z
.leave for conference on Wednesday of the that ha helped faith of very
Clothier eloquence died, ,as she had lived. In toe
: so, too. ,15 cents 1 .for 85 cents that -
for or
pounds
: nornlng. A petition, signed by the to make him famous to create a Him, who said 1: "lo my Fathers' house can't In this city at 10o per .f
you duplicate
olllclal members of the church will strong desire on the part of his audl are many mansions" { ; I go to prepare a F. A. GERBER & SONS, pound. ___ I

i t be forwarded to the presiding eider for Mr can hold plane for you. Fall Furulturo' and 'very
a.ricI slice more. Clark South.Georgia paper pleaSe Undertakers. ,1iT1'r can also" supply yon with the
asking for the return of Mr. Woodward his own In measuring blarney will ooP1.COM.. Just'round th. corner on Front street, grade ('.1>1188. '

Gent's to this charge._ !'rr. A lexa.n
Among the prominent arrival at leading card. He rises to the serious Farmers, Institute. PlantingAt call on "' .

(he Arlington hotel during the week side of a congressional campaign am C. M. Connor Superintendent of Notice to City Tax Payers!

wore tlon. lien Fish, luporlntenden has some appreciation of the dignity Farmer Institutes, Bud professor of The City Tu Dook for the Taxes of L..C. STEPHENS,

of public Instruction for Volusla which attaches to a candidacy for Agriculture la the University of 19011..111..b.. oloa NI on the lit day otjami.usry and Morris Palatka. Fls.
M Furnisher otfl Ha has Florida Lake City will hold ..> farmer IUI>*. and Distress Warrant JUrby ,
county, and..Hon. James E. Alexander such an exalted e. promIsed 'isSued will b. tir-T.iephone 84 and wa will bring ths
for all
of DeLnnd) Hon. Frank Clark:. l Pal lk,,". a thorough' discussionof Institute In Putnam county If that data The Uses fees, remaining for\euln8 unpaid sod oh gooila to yon. '

Lake City; Dr. S. Pulenton Ban ford; the situation when the campaignIs the farmer of'the county so desire. City Drug leg these Distress Warrants amount serr.to -
the assessment. paid All that needs be done is.Lo 'notIfy $1.38 for mob. Go to M n. Puddy'a, Ventral Lemon
I. PALATO A. J. Baker Jr., city attorney of Fernandlna fully opened, warrant which will\ be ad- street for ehlekeiu and Kgs. Ala '
; Henator James P. Talla and ha know whom he ha to fight Prof. Conner that time Institute can ded to the face of tha wamqt and m*.. "OrOGflrlflfl. .
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ferro and Bmlth:: D. Pickett of Jack I Both speaker made friends. Both be arranged All expense of these by ins Chief of Police. and
By ordaof.the Council
FLA. onvIlls., and Kou. Charles Dough are good fellow ,and entertatnlnitlkeri meeting are paid front.. state pproprUtlon. Store. 1903.: J. K. BLAOKWELL this Dee':lafe; Walnut Oeleolous, Taffy Saratoga always Chips fr.sh ., "

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TAtATKA, FLORIDA.) FRIDAYDKCKMBEK. 11, 19Q3.() ,1. 1'erYear.
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} That we are selling Everything that Men, Youth and THE STORE OF THE TOWN
Boys wear, and that we are selling them fast, too.

Because why? I

Because we found ourselves overstocked and we must .
unload at cut-in-two prices. It's our loss, but"'\it's you* i''
gain. It would mean a bigger loss if we were compelled to
carry the goods over. See?,
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Come to us for your Boy's Clothes and Shoes. Men's cRONINI ANI
Overcoats that have guarantee as to style; finish and wear- -

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Same applies to a magnificent assortment of Suits

The best makes in Men's Shoes.,
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j Hundreds articles suitable for Holiday Gifts to Hen Men's Suifs. Men's Smfs Men' Suifs.
I and Boys. t
t ,. .. r..j'f.'t. In this line you 'can find Suits:! Fancy Chevoit Suits, Sorgo/ high Art Clothing, "Old R lia...
Neckwear, Suspenders thnt are worth eight and nine lined, Square:! and Round Cut, bio" in quality, but up-to-the. I' '
dollars, but for the holidays wo worth ton", and. twelve fifty at minute in style, '

t Handkerchiefs, Gloves. i 'J will make the price Suit $8.45 Suit $14.50men's

.,. &JttiJSo' ,; i 1.-. Suit $6.75. >,
Everything to be found In an up-to-date Clothing store, Men's Suns -
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.at prices never before-heard of in Palatka. a i
Pure All-Wool Worsted, Cnssi-
; mares and Fancy Chovoita, serge/ ..q': qt
lined, suits worth fifteen dollars
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FIk1eCithing Co.
: Suit $10.00 t I *I 3

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Men's Suifs \

Palatkar Florida. ,I You can expoct the best to be ,
r ::/ ( had at the price and the price is :. ::
: the beat to be had in 1'ulatka. .
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JJ-IJ, Lu.t.l..f.zlf-IJrJ.'L'L'LlI.1L'L'lJ.l; Cannot be duplicated. Our Special '. ;:r"\\1'
i. The M'-: : Price, I .!: .
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I 1. Suit $12.50 i S
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Display taste in dross will appreciate a Finn, pnrfoct fitting '\ "ART: "
J1 .ir. Shoe. That's why we want that class of men to see_ our Ii _

L I 8 Forbush Cushioned Sole Shoe.; men's Pants.The Overcoats -

L t: It's built for gentlemen of taste. It costs $5'but it's worth thee and Rain Coats.
money. best and most perfect fitting ', i
Y I 'hen there is the colebrated CROSETT 8HOK' for $3.GO.' Noth- Pants made., They come in pareAII4Vool 'complete assortment, short, I 'I
!ing like it for the money. You can only find it here.: 'WorBtwls Chevoits and medium and extra long. Special '
Our: Iliad-Ios H.ead.ex: Cassimeros.make The special price wee price from ,,SS .

I is the KKIPPENDORF-DITTMAN'SHOE.,which is/byjths way the Pair $3.65 $5.00 to '1400. ,i '
Imulur everywhere. Combines elutfanceof finish with wearing qualities.
The Bust Working Shoe in the market, is the one we sell at 11I2. -- ,
"CUT IT I IOUT" f Complete line Boy's and Girl's School Shoes. Boy's Suits-The best and strongest

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j! address for reference<,e I I II Two"look.. from Bout kn41ni Moat Oonvonlent, to Uutnn Depot. Right ID hopping rtlatrlotU HOWARD STYLE: ",..J..., ..,.. ,
: ji been thoroughly renovated. Kent Gloan onoIUom.Uke. Hot and Cold Batha.Kno .twrum
when starting out on Simple Uooni. llaun.i.VO auI..1IO per Dny :
I Telephone connection with all river points spool*!Rata.to Table Bearden.PAZIATKA Our Special Header L
hunt for
your ,
That carries the Howard guaran Suit $3.25Buy's
i i t Hat worth three fifty. Our r !( ... .,
i i : : tee-a tINuD: A*1 Kncu Pants 5 to 1U years .ROc
ChristmasPresents... Special: I'rioa. 'j:; : CUOTMING Hoy's Shirts ... ., ..bll.Boy'eSweaters. ... ,
\ Tuesday: December 15, Hat $3.00 ; lioy'it Cupsrr; ."......... .v. .25c KOe '


Howe's Great London Shows :
( A pair of Shoes Alpine HatsThe' Newest "

5s a useful- thing, ..And.Sanger's r < ,
r and win be In all staple colors and, Three In one Hat, ;i
jj Trained Animal

more appreciated t, OornlnK In all Its entirety, Bigger, Better, Greater Qrsnderthan Exposition ever fcoforo. ::i ::: shapes Special prices" Oreut{from values. Price in all shades.- Special i I l !.
than other fir .Many Htranga Zoological Bpralmena' ,Including the rarest animalslu
many c; noses and her
In captivity. QUEEN the HOWARD STYLE.. :,..:
of cub
presents._ family young $1.00 to $2.35 $2.65
The Cycle Whirl by the Slater Family.Ding HOWARD STYI:. y j''
Our stock is all new I. .. x .. I __ __ : .
Dung, the smallest Elephant In tlic Worl. -- Umbrellas for
and far Neckwear, C1rL I3F Holiday )
by Holiday
15 Clowns,all Jolly sons of Morau,presentlnj their oomloalltle and redloulonsItuatliwM 1TeD '
the In the moot hilarious manner and creating bunt of laughter largest range of pat- Gifts at prices,,;ranging;
largestever .c $
WBEELEB'8 MARINE BAND, the Uneat musIcal orgauUatloD traveling with CAW R UER '
from to
brought to Palatka.Stores ;: any:show la America terns 25o. G5c $4.00.. 4'

Grand Free Street Pageantlie Winter Underwear. rt Hosiery ,from IDC,to 450'

.--_ .. on the street. at 11 00100)1) a.'m and witness our Grand Free,and Now Street Heavy Fleece Lined Underwear, { Kid Gloves .. ..QOC .
eity- Carade. couslHtlng of. open dens of wild aulmals. beautiful a complete range( of 'sizes. Men's Shirts, .' >... .45C.
\ horaua and golden chariots.o Suit Men's" ... .
l I fS 75C. a .75C
_! f i !., j' o GRANd JiALA.'OAVfeinembei the date. Prepare for the oomlng bin event. Extra Heavy and Medium Full line Suspenders'to t5C.

iiiri- Reduced Rates on all Railroads. Weight Wool Underwear, worth soc l ,
hoerLul1i tt J, :: 'TwOp8l'formaoo.'d:. t }J-l p. m.and 1 p.-m. three dollars a suit, special t p Large Assortment'ofMen's --' -,
tlllIllIoC (NlX! )O!,., rlaBlmlaaflol!iI1iIJI01: price '' I
uamvwxxxmmxiMfmiiiasR.: :;\ IJiIIIII Suit $1.85 and Boy's Caps'
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H HLeob's Linen Collars. . 150 tzt C. J ca _S 25C.
., S. MOONEY Men's Night.Robes. 12' THEM Au'' 'h 'Smoking, Jackets and
Bath Robes.
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Men's' Wool Sacks. .250 a.

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FURNITURE, ;* MATTINGS,

A. M. McIVER, OIL; GOTH, and LINOLIUM t:1

.PROPRI TOR,, RUGS ART ,,SQUARES, I $ HOLlO A Y BARGAINS.

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I VVe carry a large I 'and well selected l line, and I, I 1

to,CH"il'aX' Payers l lI ,are offering ityjrt; \tyeiy low prices to reduce I t III .1. M. MEYER P :

I The Clly T" Btioka' tor tha Taxva of our stock. ,
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>JU*win be nJ.MAtf on tAe tat day of Jan- ,
barr ItHM.and DlHtrvaa Warrant will be
"OIl""""?for all ten.. remaining vnpalj oo I
IbM Inll'these date DlatniM\Tbe foe Wanaata fortaaulag amount and.erv to tine. Opportuaiiy for Christina. Bargains.- I HERBERT; CROOK, Manager, jJ utr5 _
rillr.r Mob-ft'Utrwbleb will b.ad- '" 1 I t
In tII.'-01 the warrant'.... anleooML' I Palatka Florida.
; hetedby_ tbe ilgt" .r'"tl79. aeje" EIJtaal"j.g'} .
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The PalatkaNCWS The board of county commissionerscame Fortnightly Club Meeting. Suicide of a Putnam Co. Mad. '-t

Some together: for the December The Woman's Fortnightly club AJ.. Shiver, whose home is at '

and Advertiser meeting last Tuesday. The meeting met at the club rooms on Friday Crescent City, committed suicide at High Grade Groceries. Ii

1 waR held In the oflloe of the county November :iiUlh, for the fifth of the Jacksonville Wednesday night by

t: -- rl.rk owing to the fact that circuit series of discussions on American taking a 10 grain dose of morphine.

: People ; Tim NEWS: AND AUVERIISCKluia court was In session. All the members ilstory. Mrs. Ross led the meeting He left no word in explanation.

n lilnli--i circulation rating were present Chairman Fearn- The topics covered the period from Shiver was a lumber Inspector in We make it our policy to ,sell none but goods of

thuii Is accorded to any other aide being In the chair, B Raymond rom the beginning of the War, 1812, i the employ of the Charles S. Hirsch Of all the thousands of
Are Never Satisfied. the bent quality. cans and
Price clerk. The sessionwas In Jacksonville
pupcr In rulatkii., Printer's acting as to the close of tho Tyler admlnlstra-: Lumber company

Not so' with us. Ink.N. Y.. July 29, 190J.: short, only the routine business lon and much Interest was show by but', his family, consisting of a wife packages to be seen on our counters !aad shelves there i is'|
being transacted and an adjournmentwas those present In the questions (dis ami two grown children, a son and

Ever since our had before neon. cussed.Resolutions. daughter. rtside at descent City. not one that is second grade J JVhen =
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Pretty Store Manager Herbert Crook of the I. of regret at 1.1.. tonI h ami he\\'as related to somnof the best

was opened $: City Happening-and t M Meyer clothing stoie makes I a "pe- ,of Mis. A 1>. Curry,a much, esteemed families III that section. Mrv Shiver ; \ you buy your supplies from us you can '

'The People) $\ Personal mention. rial announcement on the Hint page member/ of the club, were passed" and Im* not lived at homo much since depend on getting the best in the market, and) the price f

of this paper' which will interest mono ordered placed on the leuonls of the the 'UK freeze. "
; have seemed to ."" "" ; Mr." Crook could have said a heap club. Jlrs. Shiver Is a daughter of the :| in most cases as l low as other houses ask for goods of au L

appreciate John T. (Irlllln spout Wednesday at five late Judge Morrow." Mr. Shiver was
more If the News could have spared The meeting adjourned
our efforts ROll Thursday In Jacksonville.Mlsn him the space, but as It Is ho has o'clock to meet again December 11, a brave Confederate soldier' all i inferior grade. =

to give them 1'n imy ])ov'reult, IB home called brief attention to a' few of the at the home of Mrs. A. V:. Wilson, I tluough the civil war. We are now leceiving the'new pack of DRIED and

from her su111 O1er's Rojou'n In Now leading holiday chimera: which his when the Philanthropic committee --....

The Best Goods York. blg'Hloie: and stock oltttr to the m..nand will be In charge, of the exercises. BBTTEB: TUAIf A PIASTER EVAPOilATED FltUITS, Ne'w CEREALS;; and have

at Mia Annie Hamlln of JnckBonvllln hoya of Putnam, county. Those I _" PRESS... UICI-OHTKK. A place of flannel dampened with = in stock.. '
f ;, In In I lli..-ilty on a visit to (the who visit the store will discover that' --- Chnml><'rlnln'* Pain Balm anti bound on.

Popular Prices. family of V. A. Uerbnr. I ho there has are not slathais mentioned of bal and'gains which I which can The full term Circuit of the Court.olionlt court closed I time for affected a lame parts' bank, Is and belter pains thnn In the a plaster sid.ol."uh.&t =3 New Buckwheat Flour. [

superior asa
haruo
: Our trade has, Miss 30(11thVatkliis of Putnam lie had for the Wo.luoailay evening,up to which timea I Pain Balm seated, *
asking. : liniment for tlio relief of doap
Hall wiw In the city last weok, a
Been more than Mrs. Lavtna Frost BrIgham of large amount of bnolnoaa was trans musnular and rheumatic pains. For sale = GAY BROS. Hnowl
nt the Saratoga. *
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: acted., The lawyers are highly plaasnd by Ackoiman Stewart."' 12 ,
North Castle, N. Y., announced
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we expected. Mr. and M rR!ofl\I.'VatklnR of Lou- with Judge WI Is, whose Incisions como .

i Hence our satisfaction.: LHiuift, were. In the city last week. ell the marriage" of her daughter, JonnleLouise quick and clear, and show a profoundkuowiodgo .town Stoie Graham Hotel Block.
to !Mr. Vincent Fair Moody = ,
route to Putnam Hull to visit relative of time law. The Nurseries
of Palatka. Cards to this. elfuct ware Folly
This week we *. received by friends of the contracting Hon. B. P.. Calhoun, th! now' states ,.. tip-town store, cor. Kirby and Kirkland Sts.im ,

L offer a new line of nii.rehnt O. U. HiiHhmul of (I Irnmllu the was popular. attending.young. pnrtles, this occurred city last at Mouday.North.Castle The to attorney Putnam does county not renders need an, but Introduction the News Pulutkii Heights, Florida. m:, mt',mn'iiiw'im, nnii'vinm'IHI jmiuiiriiiniiin'11II1I'1d1llL'-' 'inn' mt mum"mwm,, :muti!
ceremony !
Established I 1881. ---- -- -
to' only voices the sentiment of the, bar. whon --
Madras Pajamas lnmhieHS at the court IIOUBO this
4 ;;: on Thanksgiving; II"y.Ir.! and Mra.
and week. Moody( arrived here on Tuesday night. It; states that ho Is one of tho best prosecutors Choice Orange and Grapefruit Buds Holiday Opening
In the state lie dons not allow
Miss Mabul' Powell rotnriicil" to her i after having a day each In New York;

t Outing Flannel Inmie In I'ernaiullna lust Tucmlay, Washington and Jacksonville. Mr. business Tho following to lag. criminal convictions on sour stock for sale. Big Display' Christmas. Goods now read fur inspection.

after a pleasant visit with friends In Moody has been receiving tho congratulations of
Stock
Night Robesfor were obtained at this term together with Big
tills city. of his lends.. His bride
the sentenceS Imposed: W. C. JIAKUllOYE{ Prop.,
Editor Hpymour of Hastlnga wee a Is a most charming lady and will Daniel Cobb the clerical rape fiend Toys, Dolls and Fancy Goods. Christmas Cards.

visitor in the city yesterday. His make many friends. Palatka, Fla.
;: COLD NIGHTS of Pomona was found Kiilltv. Ills nock Lock Box 21. Inspect our stock before buying it will\ pal you.
now paper" will make Its penranre The past week has witnessed more to
was saved by a recommendation mer
,u III January. cold weather than has been known Is hard In the
cy. His sentence labor
E' atHOT P11ICES. T. K. Owens, a prominent GalnesvlJI In this section, Florida at this timeof state penitentiary for the balance of his C.:: :E. ROAnrOIN..Special .

1 .. attorney wee In the city over year in many winters. On Friday life. _

Wednesday night a guost at the and Saturday mornings last the mercury Willie Used, colored l pleaded guilty to Ladies -- Discounts to Sunday Schools.
Zt' Remember hotel. went several degrees below the
Saratoga with
entering a dwelling Intent to commit ,
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there has been --
of the freezing point and for
The December meeting a 11I101 y. Penitentiary two
: TheGriffon Brand board of trade will bo held next frost almost every dny since. It Is years ", "m''m''m"mmmm"'m"m"'mmUnve'", '", '", '", ", ", ", ,,, "'

Tuesday evening. There should You Seen the Patterns orE
last and declare It E Pretty
Saturday some
.
Clothing a large nttell,, went low !. There has. been .
a, AS !! --
Senator" Jiines1P. Tallaferro wan and got five years In the peniten
'. Guaranteed, a visitor III the city on Monday and no great damngo, though some headed tiary. Nelson Is the man who assaulted have in stock avery Fall and Winter FabricsShown a
I been
lettuce bus nipped. There
spent the time calling on a large the little seven year old daughter of the complete line of '
Is Tailor made: number of his fi'lends. was also conKiderllbie> damage to sn cook at the Saratoga hotel. Ladies Black afid Col.
L can.- at More Thi Season
Nobby in Style gar at Florahome' 10 miles out Joe our .
Tompklna colored entering house :;: (
Gloves.
MIsB Mabel Wilson the accoinillHhed ortKid
and sells atPopular on the O. S. & F. Railway. with intent to commit misdemeanor = should them. here theeaseful
of Mr. and Mrs." A. ono T' you liavn't you see They are by
[ daughter A party of fifteen gentlemen and year In penltnntlary. These gloves J'e fitted E and If you II come in and Inspect them, we know ;you will ;:;
I J.!, Wilson has. turned home after
Prices. ladles from Iterrlcn 8l'rlllga.1orlch... W. E. Stttffoul, white, grand laroony.. at the store. ::: pleased with the elegant selections we have made
sevprnl ears absence at Bniltli Col-
) and South Bend, Iiul., mire hole for Three months In county jail. -- Look is to and to
; It's the kind of. |1..1t..from. which she was recently To Linger Buy.
the winter. Some are stopping at the Bam Paine, colored entering railway An exclusive line of

Clothing that appeals' graduated. Arlington hotel and others" of the car intent to commit misdemeanor, one == .
1, : to Good DieHHera Miss Mabel na. Hett of thla city will party have leased the residence 01 year In penitential Silk Shirt Waist Patternsand
.. Our Gents. furnishing) Department' *
Everywhere.: Hive an orgnn recital one of the Third street adjoining the hotel. The Oeorga Welch, colored entering dwelling Dress Trimmings.

loading chinches of Jacksonvlllnpxt .. members of the party expect to look with Intent to commit misdemeanor, Ladles and Misses :_::
Presents of Goods at below
an array Stylish prices 'way
; 0! These Elegant TiiHsday evening. She will bo over the county thoroughly, making county jail for three months.. Hosiery.Fall E what others charge you. ;;;;;;;
unstated l h her mother Mrs U. W
y Palatka their headquarters. In the Frod Herring colored" carrying tools ==
jr: We have lots of SHOES for Men Women and Children. :::
UIIKHPltIL" vocalixt.JOSHO
: Suits party are Mr. and MrVin" Pennell Into Jail to aid escape of prisoner one and Winter
f: Come lu and l see us. ==
. Hull/ of the Qnlnestllle Sin Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Skinner, Mr.; and year In penitentiary.
Sell at from was In lbs 'city yesterday.. Hurt Mrs." K I). ]Pennell Mr. and Mrs. S. harry Smith, white, charged with MILLINERY.Kate '

'(( !'t $7.50 to $18.00. says that Alexander Is going to pull K. 1 laddnck C W.and J. F.Pennell, grand larceny, pleaded guilty to potty" | TT-1E.5. E. BOND COVI;

a big/ vote hi AIIIChlll county, but of lieirlen. Springs: ; L. Dice and Mrs larceny: fire,! II 5 and sentenced to three L.Luca.GOOD s.

that some of the wine ones Insist that Balding South Bend. uonths tnoN.ounty jail.
} Boys Knee Panfs Frank Clark will have a majorityvote. Jim Thurston, colored. entering with :Ea. a.tk3, F! ].a..
,I 1 At the regular meeting of tho city Intent to commit misdemeanor 1 year WOOD
council Tuesday evening Aid. Howell In penitentiary. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmumuumuulum U1U1L

lit I At :350: soc, ]Jr. OilY C. Est(,s has returned tithe A Davis. Introduced a preambleand George Dlxnn. coloruil\ robbery throe Wood that burns free, wood that ,
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I r 75C, and $1.00.BOV'S city from Chattanooga here resolution the former reclflng years lu penitentiary. works equally right, either for
has bpen practicing dontlatiy. Youcan't the unslghtlinefis of the pavement on George C. Adams, white, selling liquor ) A. E.WILSON. GEO. E. WELCH. ,, T.'B. UEBHILL,
SUITS without license lined oooklug or heating purposes. PBKHIDBHT. vies PUBBIDBNT. OABBIIB.
keep him out of Florida' win Lemon street and the latter" calling ploadail guilty
From $2.00:: to $3.50y' ter-not wliou thorn Is work lor him for tho appointment of a committee f 1M( >and costs. !Bend: your"order toROOKS' THE Putnam National BankOf
The nurd cases against James Brad-
hero." The doctor will assist in hifather's Cash
of three to ascertain the wishes of
and the latter are guaranteed hey Win. Martin. Wm, lalsaud'has..
o lce. property owners on the east two .,Sloan colored. held for the murder of FaJ.a.t.lca.
1 "' ALL WOOL GOODS. A giant cypress log was cut at the blocks of the street regarding pavement Llttlo at Oomo were continued to next Wood Yardand :

il t Wilson Cypress Company's mills of these blocks with vitrified term.Wm. we will supply you. 'Phone 5. We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putnam CountyT;' and tender" all
j
white hold l
for
Heavy Underwear one day last woek and from which brick. The resolution was ndoptptl A. Patterson the courtesies ami anonmramlatlons oonnlatent with ftooil( Banking.
' t bigamy,case continued to next. term,
two planks' are now on exhibition III and Aldermen Davis. Guy tfml Cal'tI T Sn- I -- --

,, ) .: For Cold Weather. I the plain,lug department. 'Then mol wore appointed such committee. Obltunrj.Mrs. '. Smith'sIce *j .

. 'f' Stock plunks are two Inches thick, 40 I Cloak lilackwell was Instructed to
Big Alexander" DnIY Curry was the
== :E'U.tc.a.cl.: ::: :Eha.
\ .1-. to.select from. Inches wide and 18 toot long; The order" twenty car loads of rock for re- oldest daughter of Ell and Mary Bun- a.o'Y"

i' planks are sound In every 11I\rUI'ulnr. pall'Ing tho pavement on the streetCandidates null, and was born In Lake City, loilda, Cream PALATKA. FLORIDA
February Both, 18HS At a very early
t The News has been delayed some -- -esp age she was bereft by death of a 1- Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and I

j f Finest lineHen's n hat In Issuing. \' its Illustrated Bonn "Hpeak.' mothers care and love, but with a is Delicious Patents.

/ of Trade c-dlllon owing to Inability to The first guns of the congressional younger sister she found a second PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
Hats mother In her aunt Mrs. Theodora P.
t .' ('cure prlnteis, though every elfor campaign In Palatka were fired from Pease of Darien, On,, who took them to Everybody" says so, and what everybody OARDBN SEED. AgoQUi Mallnrrl Sleanwhlp Line.
has been mnilo by advertising In the court house Wednesday night her homo and I bestowed upon! them a "' Hays-goos. Clean, cool parlor + .-+ :-;: to.- .

InPalatka.NECFZVEAR. Jacksonville papers to Bocuro the They were of the smooth bore kind. mother's affection and cnro. NurturedIn for ladles, and special table. for par-" -- -
Horded help. The paper will be The audience was not large owingto this refined Christian home, she grew tics of little people Ever tblug III
to younwomanhood., and on Nov J3th the way of School ShoesFOR -rE&E:: : : :
ready by the .14th or 16th lust. the,inclemency of the weather and 187U, In her SJnd jear she was happily ,

** The Misses Blanche and Edna Crill the further fact that a well-ad vertle- married to Mr.Alexander: Duff Curryof Cool Drinks Lead and Zinc Paints.

; to please have been In Jaoknouvlllo this week, ed church Ixuar" held a prior claim Decatur county, Georgia. She removed -
to publlo I with her husband to Balnhrldgo nt our Fountain, Headquarters! for and Girlsat
the
most whither they went to attend the patronage. Boys ------
Ga., and later" to South Carolina lintthe choice Confections, Cigars etc.
FuntulioutWilson, coming-out reception given by Hon The speakers were lion, Frank most of her married.. life was spent InbpI' Ice Cream made to order" fur par- to suit From Wan! Taper Window Glass, Fine
anil Mrs. Charles M. Cooper In honor Clark of Lake City and Hon. James native "state whither his business ties and receptions. prIces you.
Varnishes Kalsomine Etc.
of their second daughter: Miss Con. E. A lexander of D"LnudHon..S. J. had led her husband, and for several $1.15 to $1.75. Come and ,
I la Hllburn acted as master of year past her home had been In Pa L. A. SMITH,
Bros. stnnce. The charming debutante ceremonies leAks Fla see New Gilt Papers 15o double

well-known In Pulatka society clr calling the meeting to order and Horn In this city after" a painful Illness PALATKA FLORIDA. them.Best roll and

cl<<.8, and the occasion of her debut Introducing the speakers the first being of about teu dn>s, surrounded by Shoesfor up.

I, $Shirts was a most brilliant social function. Mr." Alexander. loved ones who did all for her that devotion Men and Women )E. E. IODGE, Palatka, Fla.)
,
I.I! The speech the honorable learns could suggest! she pasgae fromiu'r Every
t'' Fine Madras The baxar at the armory on Wed. happy earthly home to the still Imp- HEWFurniture Prices Next to Gay Bros., Lemon Bt.
Imported not bo pair guaranteed $1.50to
, can regarded as a political -
nusday night: for the benefit of St. I pier home beyond at 3 o'clock on Hab-: -
,{, a with 2 pairs of ruff, Mark's. church wan a success lu every' classic, but it was funny and entertained bath morning November" lUnd, 1'JOJ') In $2.50.Full: 1
$1.00. the audience. What he hat tie! 40th year of her age. She loaves to Let Us
feature. The booths were pretty, her her devoted hmumband line of Dress
\ to say was but a repetition of what mourn departure Shoes.
(he supper good and the attendance her adoptn I daughter. Mra' C. H.
I'j JI i All who hlour'line \ seen large., What goods were not sold at he says In his btmttoim-lmoiestroet conversazioni Lyne of Pulatka her aunt and loatermoth..r Correct prices at Know Your

I private sale were put up at auction -a simple heart. to hear Mra. T. P. Pease her sister Arriving DailyAt
k of talk in which he promisedIn :Mrs. Fleming B. Way of Chattahoooheo, I. Jacobson
of The
near the close the evening. FI"-" and her brother" Mr. Alvah Bronchi, : ,
t. tho event of his election something our store. Grocery Wants
church will realize fUO: from the of Daytona FI..., and a large number" of
Men'sSox for all his friends. Just before Palatka, Fla.
. alTalr. sorrowing friends In Georgia and
We will be pleased at, timeto
beginning his speech, a colored boy Florida.It any and them wiiTi'jo ground of complain '
, : Say it is the Hot Charles Dougherty of Volu. entered the room bearing aloof a giant Is needless to say that Mrs Curry and show quote you through prloes. our stock Our Competitors Bay at the quality..
sla county candidate for the congressional will be missed wide olrolo you
most varlCtlt' boquet of flowers which he handed by an unusually W
nom Ilia lion In this district, of friends and acquaintances.. HorIorlhtll..a R. S. MOONEY.Undertaking WE have all the leading
ARE
ever shown here. to Mr. Alexander. The, card attached and of CRAZYFor
buoyancy disposition,
,
arrived In the city yesterday for acouple
I ..' We don't know how bore this Inscription "From her kindness of heart and low ftererous and Embalming. BREAKFAST CEREALS!
of days'! still hunt for vote I the Ladles to Our Jim" Some heartless service of others, nmdt) bar beloved of putting in aoh a.heavy
that is but we do know ann ng the people of Palatka. Mr person present suggested tint all who knew her and draw to her" many Stock ofFineFurniture and they are all of the FRESH V A Hifi -
the meetIng friends wherever she lived Such a ?. Nothing geta musty or poulily In
we've iuMEN'S Dougherty did not know of -
16 ., everything house Jim had bought I ho (lowers himself character as hers could only be the fruit New Crop and House this place. Vva don't keep our ltock-
at the court Wednesday
' .' \ SOX. and there was laugh.' What popularizes of a life lived In communion with, hermaker. Furnishings we sell it-It's going out and coming. In
that' did not ,
evening and regrets he : Mr. Alexander's candidacy in While :yet In her girlhood she all the time.*

-- so that he could have beeu present. this neck '0 the woods Is his loyaltyto pave her heart to Him and became and selling at such low'pricee.. We makes leading specialtyof ]
member of the Presbyterian church of ofGarden But believe
we that honest .
Next Sunday will end the pastoral "Bob." Davis. the bout
of Ilev. A.It. Woodward at !St.: James Mr. Clark Is always Interesting which she until remained her" death.a consistent Though communicant bar" ,,goods at low prices will win in
M. S. Brown
Methodist church for the present con- He Is one of the hralnyest men in the sufferings her last Illness" were Intense Palatka as they have won in Butter and Cheese,

; ferxnpe your. Ho! will preach his district, and he made an excellent sha uttered no-complaint' but bore them other cities. If you will come Teas and :Cffe.we .
"am with Christian fortitude,and surroundedby Seed in and look at our goods and
farewell sermon Sunday night talk Into which ha Injected Just enough .
2 those-whom she bent loved. she I
for conferenc801l'WedneslaylI1urnlng. note the prices, you will think > ban a'v81'7 fine blend of ConT. at
Clothier leave of the eloquence that lias helped .iied. U she had lived In toe faith of I -
; A petition signed: by the to make him famous to create a Him, who said: ."In iny: Fathers' house for so, too. IS cents or 9 pounds,for 35 cents that

olllclftl members of the church will strong desire on the part of his audience are many munitions. ( ; I go to prepare F. A. CERBER & SONS, you pound.can't duplicate__ this olty at aOd per

and foe forward-id to the presiding elder for more. Mr, Cla.rk ,can hold plane for you. Fall Furniture '
South Ueorgla paper please copy. and Undertakers L-JTa can also supply you with time V7hTgheet
asking for' the return of Mr. Wood- his own In' measuring blarney. with -COM.Fiiriiiern Just 'round the grade Cbflea.
corner Front
on
ward to this charge. Mr. Alexander,but blarney is not, his ...- street, want
Gent's ,. 'Phone 64. P LA TK". FL4. If Ifa FEEBfl OBOOEBIES you
J Among the prominent arrivals at leading card. He rises to the serious Institute. Planting call OD ,

time Arlington hotel during the week! side of a congressional campaign' C. M. Connor, Superintendent of Notice to City Tax Payers ,
has of the dignity Farmer Institutes, and professor of L..C. STEPHENS,
were lion. Bert Fish, superintendent some appreciation : The City: Tax Books for the Taxes. of .
Furnisher of publlo Instruction for Voluslu which attaches to a candidacy for Agriculture in the University of At 19oa will, be closed. on the lat day or lan. and MorriS 8Uk Palatka, 1'1.
county, and.Hon. James E-Alexand such an exalted otht e. Ha baa prom, Florida, Lake City, will hold< a farmers uary 19O4. and Distress Warrants will ba ,Kirby will bring the
ised Pal Ur"ns a thor\ ugh discussionof Institute In Putnam county if Ironed for all taxes remaining unpaid on Or-Telephone 84 and wa
er", of DeLand) Hon. Frank Clark \? that date' goods to ynu.I .
The fees
the situation when the campaign : the farmers of the county so desire. for Issuing and RrY. -
Lake City; Dr. S. Puleston Sanford; City Drug Inn these. Dtstriiaa Warraou
I. PALATKS A. J. Baker,jr., city attorney of Per I I. fully opened, this assessment: paid, AH that need be done .U-to'notify: tl.35 fur MOb ..warrant which amount will be M.to I Go to Mrs. Fuddy'i Central and .Lsm-AIl. -

nnndlna; Senator Jame P, Talla and he knows whom ha ban to Prof. Conner that the institute can dad to the lace of the ...req' and 001. on Orocorte street for chicken egg _

ferro and Smith D. Pickett of Jack Both speaker made friends flght'j be arranged. All expenses of these laeced by: tha Chief of Pull.... l.! << i
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FLA. onvlller, and Hon. Charles Dough are (rood fellows and meeting are paid front state appropriation Store.( 1803.By Orde, of the 4, K.Council BLACKWL.. this Dee: .lit. ; Delaelou Saratoga Ch fr r...*.n and itt ",

erty of Voluila county., t Uers, City TM Collector. 'Walnut Tally always
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i AND ADVERTISER. ,
PALATKA EDITION. tll ,
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NEW StiUIES: VOT. XI.[ NO. 48.
' t PALATKA, 1 FLOIUDA) I FRIDAY*, DKC'hMUEll: ;:\ 11, 1903. *1. Per Year. '

11 I!' R-EM EM BE.-R-n.------------- <: !;,I---j---!{i ,: : : r''

", 'K I
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-STORE OF TOWN r
That we are selling Everything that Men Youth and THE THE I
Boys and that
wear, we are selling them fast, too.

Because why?

Because we found ourselves overstocked and we must
unload at cut-in-two prices. It's our loss, but''- It'.5' you>
gain. It would mean a bigger loss If we were compelled to
carry the goods over. See?

Come to us for your Boy's Clothes and Shoes. Men's
Overcoats that have guarantee as to style; finish and wear

ing qualities. > : I .....4. ,,)+\ :..I v
.
Same applies to a magnificent assortment of Suits.

The best makes in Men's Shoes. -

' Hundreds of articles suitable for Holiday Gifts to Men Men's Suits. Men's Sunfs Men's Suits.
/ and Boys.
.
; '
>. I" r"r. In this ilea, you :can '(Intl Suits Fancy; Chovoit Suits, Sorgo( IIi(h Art Clothing, "Old Relia. ',:
Neckwear, Suspenders, that are,1I1.th eight and nine )lined, Square and Bound Cut, hI,," in quality !but up-to-tho-1
) dollars, but for the holidays wo worth ten and twelve fifty at miniite in style, I ,

Handkerchiefs Gloves. ,. will make the priceSuit Suit Suit $14.50men's : :
'" 1 ', I $8.45 .-
'
,. +Ki ."JH ', ; 'sy 1 $6.75. .
Everything to be found in an up-to-date Clothing store, Men's Suifs : :' t
.at. .prices never before' heard? of in Palatka. a \
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., Pure AlIVooVorsted.) Cnssi- '. V
morns\ and Fancy Cliovoits, serge
f rn51de" Clothing Co. '. lined, suits worth fifteen dollars e / ? j

: Suit $10.00Men"

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PJ'e oph.one: 9:1: I '.! '
: ,pk s Suits

Palatkar Florida. .f } i ",> I You can expoct the best to bo
,' fir I had at the price and the is i '
I ..-----_. --.. . ---- -'-- -- I ; the best to be had in I'ulatka.price ''; "
iZ ZIIIZ ': ': Cannot be duplicated. Our Special ,
The Merl Price
ti I y ? fir.


I II j ,r "V\Th.o.' ..' 1 Suit $12.50 9

h ,
Display taste in dross will appreciate a Fine, perfect fitting
dl i' I Shoe. That's why we want that class of men to son our
,.
.
i Forbush Cushioned Sole Shoe.' men's Pants. Overcoats

: It's built for gentlemen of taste. It costs !$5,"l but it's worth the ''
money. The )hARt and most perfect fitting ana Rain loafs "
ifi I" 'I'hel.1 there is the celebrated CROSETT[ SHOE for' .IiIU.r 0 5<-: Nothing Pants mode They come in pure '\ F /
r complete assortment, short,
like it fur the money. You can only find it here..: AII'unlVorRtpI1S, Chevoits and
medium and extra Speclalmuke'
; Cassimeres. The special price we (! long [
Our: ZL.ad.Ies Leaderis : price from ,i

I I"CUT tho KRIPPENDORF-DITTMAN SHOE. wJiich far byt! .the way the Pair $3.65 ', $5.00 to ,1400.
leader everywhere. Combines elegance of finish with wearing qualities.. .
fi The Bunt Working Shoe in the market is the one we sell at >'-. -- ,

IT.OUT" f r Complete line Boy's and Girl's School l Shots. ( ,'a Boy's Suits-The best and strongest
+ 1 '
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Curry & Lan.eVatterl h1
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l ( n'B old stand.) ( .":;,

Ia1atka: F orida: \\ "'. .
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New ArlingtorL: : ; : Hotel:: \

And keep the LEMON. $T. PAL.ATKA. FLA.. gJJ r
address for referencewhen Two niaaki' from Bout Landing. NnalbnrealnttloDolnoDepot. Right In mpplug! .. dliirlotBiw HOWARD STYLE: )) ti ; i
aeon thoroughly renovated. Moat,Clean and IIom.llko. ant and Cold llaltia.Kreu .epWrrno ,
starting out on Sample Room. setae ti 00 and J1.no per Dn,. .
Telephone oonnoatlun with a\l\ river points' apwtal Ratea to Table aoeNen.PAZIATKA Our Special Header .:
your hunt forChristmas .
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That carries the Howard guarantp0 Suit $3.25 1;
G : : I -;a Hat worth threo rifty. Our :'". INSURED ;:'.01/1'' noy's Knew Pants 8! to 16 years. .ROo,( '
I'rico ".:,, l ,. ., '
.. Special CLOTHING ltof:; Hoy's SliirtM .5;(>e il
Hoy's SW ah.rs.., ...800
Presents.: Tuesday December 15, Hat $3.00 >.t. '':. Hoy's Cupa, -: .. ....... .". .;.258 ,


A pair of Shoes a Howe's Great London Shows Alpine Hats 'The Newest _. ,,

is a useful thing I ..And.Sanger's .
r
and will be Trained Animal Exposition In all 'staple colors and Three in one Hat, [
shapes Croat values in all shades. Special,) 1
more appreciated ... Coming In all Its entirety, Bigger Better, Greater Grander than ever)Jbofore. Speuial prices from Price 'I'' Il IN I !'I
than other Many Htrango Zoological Spralraena{ Including the rarest animals 4
many ;>> lu captivity. QUEEN, the lioness and ber
presents.. h! family of young oubs. $1.00 to $Z.S: $2.65 HOWARD STYLE, ,

'Our stock is all n wand The Cycle Whirl by the Slater Family. HOWARD STYJ-S:. .. ..
Ding Dong, the smulluxt Elephant In the World.! Umbrellas for
Neckwear, L'ti Holiday; ,
far
by oomloalltlee and redloulousaltuatloav Holiday T ,
15 Clowns all Jolly eons of Slomua. presenting tbelr
the largest In thn most hilarious manner and creating bunts of.laughter. largest range of pat- C % d Gifts at pffce.5.ranglngterns .
WBEKLEK'8 MARINE BAND, the Uneat musical organisation! \ traveling! with
ever brought Palatkn.5l)0nil1 ] any show!In America 25c. W 7ROU5E from 85c. to $4.00' ;;

Grand Free Street Pageant Winter Underwear. Hosiery from toe to 45C'' _

-.-- .. ....- -. .. Boon the et""'wt at 11 o'clock a-m'and witness/ our Grand. Free and New Street Heavy Fleece LiuedUndorwenl/ l; Kid QloVes.t.. ",900 )
eityj : V Parade. couaUtlng horses of open and done of wild chariots animal, beautiful a complete) r .nlo of sues. ,ui Men's Shirts. : oJ...45<:.
golden
I ', f I 750. a Suit ;]t '" Men's'. :. :15<: '
f I L. j ; r I "'-' Extra Heavy and Medium d t ,, I k .; Full line Suspenders' 150. .
,,,, Reduced Rates on all Railroads. Weight Wool Underwear worth a lili i ; to socLarge .
) \; ui I tlfli., :Two iertormanao! dally-1 p. m. and 7 p. m. three dollars a. suit, special i I k II 1 ,1 Assortment
price ,
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sNtytxrogauawnraar CO'I' oQIM! "''''' .q.jf1OI) "tlasa>flaaoaallmmoa! Suit $1.85. ; Men's and Boy's Caps' 1 L '
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Linen Collars. . 150 (? Rs'.D' 1 25C. .
Store R. S MOONEY and "
Men's Night.Robes 750 fT TNCM ALA' Smoking Jackets ,
Bath
Robes.
Men's' Wool Sacks. 250

Uob's .,
Stand.
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FURNITUBEi;MATTINGS, ,
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A. M. McIVER, : OIL ClioTH:! and LINOLIUM :


PROPRIETOR,; ,, RUGS"' 'ART SQUAREts,. 1"' i .\ 1, 11 HOLlO A Y BARGAINS. I i ,,1H

Palatka] Florida'. : WINDOW SHADES I:

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We carry a'large; and( well selected line, and

Notice to Cltyl7 alf: Payers! I ,fare offering itggt; ;iyery! '''low prices to reduce I i if H 1.M. MEYER

I i.1*c'ty' : Tu .Buok for the Taxes o our stock.. + ,
rain .
[ will be dosed| on tae lat day of Jan.L -I' I
.al'J HUM\ ,sod Dlatnoea WarranU wilt be; I
"that msel. "data>for.all u....rem.I..lollUP". \ '" 01.: Opportunity; for Christmas' Bargains'' I '
InR these DIUntM The tees Wanacw for Uaulng.ainoimt and sere to flnt.* I HERBERT .CROOK, Manager, ,
lUG for eauh warrant,whtah will/ bad,. ". f T t
ma to the tao*of the _'rau..d' ool.. I II \
.
} Palatka
r "B nev by the Ohlal of rolkmlaV \ >t1'gs ..la' \ligg ...cl ElJlbaJ"fJU'! 1 ldt"idar : .\ -
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> CoanoU this DM. 1st. '
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I" THE PALATKA NEWS If the "Bllent prayer" which the outhern grower Its nature, GcorBIa oufb.oirn> 'd Florida Ry,

Honorable Benjamin Putnam Calhoun aupplle* the most effective' Local Time Table, Effective 28, 1903.!
for protection against its
AND ADVERTISER threatens to ring: In with hili disease. I I. communicated or ravage ortgla'l { READ DOWN hEAD:. .

ballot for the Hon. William Tocumsoli ly by germs. This years disease __ '

'. Entered at thaiPalatka poHtofllcemallable ,fSherman: Jennings for the from last years diseased plants. 'liiu.' !! r .-, T"TINB.. 'ulor IHil 01'' '-
I as matter, of the second United States about Infection may be either on your owe ( ) > -
Senatorahlp "
I oliuu place or from the hell, of a IIl1lghbor.'Vlth I .p-t- 'Il Lv.. ...........I.on.,....... ....Ar -A 1MBo.
-, prove cinoiicloua, what a big pre favorable conditions for time ..t 1.1'.1..1....... ... ...l,. '

Published at Palatka Fin., onr' n Iiiin would attach to tho Calhoun spread or development. of tbe dispose, avery II eo.tiC ...01. 11 00 ...................." /.,..............,.......,...1...L.. B a !..'.., 8:1:
Friday by brand of petition In future polltlra2unte8l8. slight attack even not noticed. > ; .II.LV..I..I.. 1 8.
may developS Into a very aorloua attack am r 10 : I It. ............ ... ............ .no >0 :i
,RUSSEL.VICKERS. III It possible that Mr. Cal- > 101 L... .... .... .,........ ...... It.
lioun him ]J\IIlt. awakoiietl. to a know of In the destroyIng next crop.nil g The rms. prevention All owtaml lies 1.1 Otis. ... tlMgIv ........... VolliI.... ... .,,.... I I.1 .. '.180H
10 lOl
y w. A. RUSSELL. Galtar edgo of what the balance. of us pious nated plants and! parts of plauta should tilt ill, .IL..A.lbur..I.' I 11010\ l lS .

be burn..... The host method Is to dun V iii I 410.811..1", I. "
-- ones have known all along but were .
LABOHUIt LI'ZEM.a : too timid to test In pollllos I. e. "tha troy all tops culls and trlmiulnga by lire I'I'A : U U'tOT" ,5 411 .........,..,......... ......... ,.....,.....L. lO'16' ,II" a 01. e !
TILE This practIce I if rigidly followed IK the BARGAINS S Iii tO' t /. L..... .. .. ). ...."....,.Lv I. I M 8tl

a The secretary of the Chlcagr Km the prayer" of the righteous avallet surest proton Ion at present available.. : A AN 'XMAS M S C CARNIVAL l Of J.... I I' : Iii ;,:.........':.:......;:..%&llo.Sa, .;:::,.:::...:.Ar nt : It. .M

ployers' association recently. figure} much? .._._ .5'- ; II 11............ .U.'low.Wards ...... ....Lv.Lv 111

out that the worklniruiaii waa never ---- -' .....- ui : o t::::..::::::::::::: j::: :::.,:::::;:::Lw : : : Ii .
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!to well off aa he l la right now. $. ........"...... ".. GET CLOSE TO THINGS. ;I Here for tb busy holiday shoppers. I :..:.;;.; *44 i nn:.::::::,: ':::...Orawiril.. ..:::::.:...... .::::k: = : : 511 ti

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. He estimate that the worklngmanI The Farm and Grove. I till 8 ........ Jaek.onvlils..Lv 7 7 10AM
i i Tb. Btxpefflamea-d ..0"_.'. Advise Don't fail to line of gift goods.Hardware' .. PM _ _ .JU PM'AI' -
receiving from 15 to 40 1wront t' r
Cop)'rlKhtcd by Itnrol. Pram SymllcataH. to Ike < nlt Womam. F'M ASOMM i
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= 'f" ... oM6.
In than he live ,ill 4 ...Va.I. ...Ar
wore, while wage the*. cost of provisions was y..raKU. him '4, B. STOCKBRIDae Ph. D., Ullor. ::: Tbe modest. unuasuuilug woman bad ) :::::: :: I: (41.1 : .;;,::::.:..Jonnmug.l: :;::::::::.::::.I.e L, :m 1 boil
..... .. been trying for some time to get the .
.... ........... 0.' n : ... .I,. ...... ..L. s al U itil .
Inoreaaatl but a little over 11 per wilt attention of s clerk but they all aeemei ChinaOf : .' I t a a l.v. .... iShIte .1'.1".1."' I. tat

A' lu tbe .ame tlune. Consequently he Very WHAT many of 19 the A PRHTIUZBBf unawera which rllr. to be busy and aha bad aot the aggresidvenfHi and Tools,. Cutlery and : : : : : :ri.. t 7 :i.V.::::::::..;:::::..'Lake :(i.j:: .:::. :::t: 0 H hit n ; :J..

that tbe leon to crowd In IIn workliiKiu.au 711
L" .
argue ; :in S .... ... .mpaon
hears 100111'1| give to this would for acceptable ..... ,
query all kinds ,
gifts are
very Lv. ; .
The experienced shopper bin log com ito R ... ...H.'a ..ILv 18 I'
bla way to heaven oil Bowery-bads of prove that. a InrRe part of the' ooobiuuo ., ........ .Ola..lo ........ ii
( Bane., of ferllllitera I achy. havo loupe,feel or eroneoua pleted her purchase: bad tlni to give a 0.' .0.L.' ........ .... ''oralum .. ... I." a. All ''' '"
little sympathy to the quiet one. .0 In 0 ...... Pla..a..L. s SIAM
Ar..
lucas matter with 0' -
oonoemlnga -
But there are two Important facts PM A Mlohedule AMJ

which till secretary has overlooked Tills which rul..ono..I'tloD thoy1M. In a Is way very f"mutar.uufoi.t "Do askoil you, nunt to buy sumethingrihe : : -- -- ot time All-Yen. r.Jtoulmid "Dlxle Flyer."
| really an .
One l la, that five years ago the: nate one, Blnoe, It )leads to many mltakea .. "Ves.: wai the reply "If I could only 1 Kennedy Hardware Company --:.-- u. a. &'r n;.'. -

worklngmeu of the oountry w..rAllol lu priu.tloe, often with dlaaater" to get the attention of tbe clerk." I' 11 11I ; I 700pm i.v.... ..... 1".n.U..A., H2 II I

earning the coat of a comfoilnble' crop' and pm kot. "Oh tbn t'. eOIlY r' asserted the experienced U use ill s I. flu ni t:.::::: :.:::':.TifUill .. .:::::::::::::: :: Ar : Oe : inm

Agalubt a few of tin more frequent ot ,"Just do I I Falatlsa Florida. I to a. L. .............t..rdoI8... ....,....... AI I 45 a Cia
one. aa aay I .. ... .
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but U
morewere ,
living. Many
;. were many t ewe errors 1 hope to protect the readeAiijtliluK "But they're all BO much moro strenuous ..U.a II AI ....I". ". JU.al''. .- .. I 1111
not. A considerable Increase and which I .. t. .... .
very everything con- than I nin," plendcd the quiet one 5am ..1... ... .. .... Lvcc. 0.
lu wages' without any Increaseat talus till U" -llIg material U not ueueaaillya .ci. L ltailwuiy.1, -
"I'd lutber. go without than be aa un 1 Ar.. .. ,...... ..... I"a
furtlllzer. Mare einphuttonll. pi .
0
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all In cost of living could no more ... .... ... ,
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everything sold aa a ferllllsser la not neexBarl womanly nnd dIRIIII'1.JI8 as some ot .... n I' 0 ..... .. ..... .,".. Lv
than have. put the labor of this country la the tbe wonton are. I really can't fight for \.0 I 1, Ar.. .. hhliimoiu CoI.: :italiwsy. .

c In the comfort It deserve of the y soIl really to so.produce Fertility oropa. Crop ability pro- attention you know." ", "", '", "", r"", ,,,", ,,,m,,,"',,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,""' ''''''' __ T Oa I Aw. ... .. ....LouIs ... ......1. SO 1 pci

True worklngmen are not starving diiLlng results, like the growth of al "Not nt nil necessary" explained the = The DIXIE fLuKE. ,is wmi.m tg5in, with Thru"b(ssCea and Parlor 81.r. ....a I.
t 2 ,. ,.. Item No.por: twtws.ui ...
1'atteriis of PulIilnn'
living things from the 'onBuming ot Hae Von SPell the Tretty and an.lorrl.. M.cn a..1
tbn
"Do
experlcncNMl 1 Bhoppur. you see 5 1..klul. .
or .tramping nowaday They earn sad from SI.Louis,Mo., via Ahiuiia, (b..M'. 1&h"II.. llrll.sat
food. Food plnut food, therefoie, U the tray of trinkets over there?" ..I. a..u.1 .
enough to live on. But shall we take causa of ferllllty. A fiirllllzer thirforo "Yea." (011,.QUI0K 8TBP I.solid 1,5th .IW.O Man and L'almtks. lund 0..1.. Through yeah.

ii J that meager fact aa basis for the Is truly such only when It supplies "Go over nnd stand by It and pick npn Fall and Winter Fabrics | bul..o" .u anti ,ud. Jecksonyllle.

1 Jubilant boast that workinginenarer the crop to be produced with the too WM. )hI0'KLKY. C. H. HODR..V'.lr..a. .
few of thnm for closer examination 811..W.
uuMlml. for lu normal growth. A furthil- 11hoo 011. 0.1. pa.,.. AS''I.I. .

tn clover? deaerve Her la not Itnulf plant food It Is simply| Put them buck of course but Jiwt paw E Shown nt onr Store Till!* Season f fIf .H. RAFF iKiti. '.. ... Jaksonviils. .. LEON .B"LL A'I..Oa.
Uoe labor nothing more the collection over without effort/ .
a source of plant food. Tills la an im- any :t:: ,
r than a living? purtant dlatlnctlon and oue on the ap. to got hold of a clerk. Reach out for == yon havn't you should see them. They are here by the == - -- -- -

, With capital piling up tmmeafiiiriiblo pllaitlon or which the economy of the an>.thing )'011 BOO, na If you wore mar = rnmifnl anil If .y.uu'ii UOIIIA In anil inspect theimi we know you will n! -LE: SOUTHERN RAILWAY-

fortunes shall we say that labor usn of fdrtlitxora chlelly dopenda Interested, I In it lint's on the counter than == b.. pleitHed with the elognnt anlectlona we have made. == -
Manure U a fertilizer; phosphate In 8 = -
t bould be content to merely be faitlllKor. They are not plant food In"I what's don't behind ace what It. good tbnt'i going to To Look is to Linger and to. Buy. 3 EFFEcIVE JAN. I., 1io3.

,, above the ragged edge of want? They may contain plant food or are poslble do." ".1 Mo.3 boUt ._d ... I"rl Noihl Null ?tT<
of taut food. These andaliothersoosuleul .. ==
the sources
Shall we become hilarious over t VIa fly .r S a 5-- P
"Try It and you'll find out. N .n u LV Jeek.onollto. 1..a I .
fact that the man who work six'" lerltllzera are value. ;ol" to "Ly Jsaup. 011 ... .ny Ar e 1 II 1 M u 4 P
f '- ble solely because they contain 1.lallt. The quiet woman did na directed, and : Our' (Gents I TtirnisMng Department | A ,Ii, pl'\' irs u, L. siivauimai Oa ._, ... ItT Al' a 5 10 a.'. p
day* a week the whole year around, food Increase the supply of ,callable. within two minutes a floorwalker was .:0 a 5th Ithlu pArOui.nhi.i.lA0 ....Houthorn I, iv S 2 a 7 o flhI4OaIi
4 1 enabled thereby to keep himself food in the soil Their value dpeuda ... at her elbow. u., I 8 U" p .r """,'loL.MO.... .... ttotitborll .' 1. S I 4 a us "..
plant :; Preaenfa nil array of Stylish Goods at prices 'way below == Ito) p. lOt p.... ..o..N..N. (.. ......h.r. 1. I his a .
r out of the poor house? on the amount of ford they thu "Do you want anything?" be naked :; what others charge you. == 11 ii I" al l a .D..I. .,... lalb.r" L. a pi 61 a t 3 5

The cold truth Is that during the I make accessible to the crop to be grow politely. mAr smost..srn ity Ly II
with their atslstnnae. The actual plan She old she did and be made It his :: We have lot of SHOES for Men Women and. Children. == 7p =- Btobillono Va 1 p..ui.p : .I

,period of great prosperity In which food I U the valuable part of the f,.rtlllise business to get a clerk to wait on her.' E Come In and semi ua. 0 -;- ; ; ;B a Tha U LynohbuPf. V. .. ...Sniithisrn Ity Lv .8 P l"'f. V(0 a
fortunes have boon accu.mulatud TItle I Is aArOIarlitteviilsVa' L. p. 8 pm-Jom a
r I enormous never morn than a comparative == 1110 P 1 SI

by employer. labor luis not Hinall part of the entire material nailed enced"I told shopper.you' so. whispered"Sometimes tbe It expert I.n't COjIlPalatlm. ale is I.1,100 11 al : UO : :: hiaitInio, ,: ..:;...;:'.:..:$. .....:. :H: ': WI : S a & Ciiit 5 m :

received and la not receiving. Its a fcrtllla ir, and It Is this small part THE S. Ev BOND gal shhdO p1111 aArPl.iieieipiihPit.. ........ PllltLv. a a "a p slOplu1aIll
> wlili'h give value. to the entire article. necesnory to touch a thing. If you Jus I' S.0ArMeW yor.J1,... .. .... 'l.aaL.SltO SH44uI p. .pWre.
l : share..; A mere living In not enoufrh. Many a farmer applies manure, acId how a desire to get close to things .

Labor too ought to have bad mime'thing .- phosphate> salt under the that are cnBlly carried away they'I == ==
| or potash anoeltloa FJ.o. .Si Sal 91. Tlrt aonlhcrn P"lm Unllwl." HUd vestibule train ol Pullman Urawlug
.. to lay up for a rainy day. that. the entire crude boa morurliaa take yon for a shoplifter every time :; == ..M.m.ffimpartinimt,club' ,oumpiHilK.uliiwrvaUon .,I". c. b twa a .lu an<

o of .anIo labor value, that the bulk of the material aDd get a clerk for you so thnt youwon't NOW talk, arrives daliy Mcapt Munilaya. Lnavoa dally za Ound. .
the first
I At sign "
purchased and .applied has sims have excuse for bnDlfncaround. JUJUJUJUl'' mJUJUJUmlUmmmmlUmlUlUlUU mIUm Hon. Ml cud Ii. "NsW Turk tnd Vlurlila I Pullnuui plni. mil.
any ,
will Butter. Worklngmen will ie dliilnn aura tMionvtllu and New y.c tMtwwin a.m.I li."jfna'iii
oearlngon the crop producing power or ." .. .
the. first to lose Income and the last the article. Many furinora full to unUeratand gnipcd nnd felt ,1 iind'jo.\ .iuililnKinn eel riorlila Lml.d. PIINI4ra.IDa 'ilMiptni ....
The
quiet woman '
? :JOT1I TRAIt OP PROSPEROUs BUSINESS. bi-twuen Jm kw>nvlll I and Now b Wulilugtou. liming
or practice the dlf. ulw.n "" _11
,.4 ,to get It back again necessary guilty nil the rest of the time she was cer.b.iwo'u <:luulblaaiid rSI' il''.
( .
ermine lu tuul! plant food led by .. .
i ; The drat blood drawn In a business Identical of the Bupp In the store, but sue had to admit that -- --- --- --- ,. .
quantities form ort
n' 1'. crisis come from the heart of IlIhur.I rtlllxer. iimlrr dlffurent conditions same nod she bail lonrnpd something about practical ACKERMAN & STEWART -iou THB.vtH TBa L..1D 01 TBB BCY. WoOl

I The 11 per cent Increase of cost In with different plant fotid con ton la. shopping Brooklyn Eagle. ; s.---I L".. .. 1",1.. CIa .. .So.Ihsr* _}.. .A' 520.Ii .
; L. .... . .. HoIitopfl Ar 110.
These co.islilor load of .... ....ab. .. I
Itnnf mi'M a umntir 1. .. } .
provision will go right on. II a Ar .._.u ", .. au... .. ".'b..rD ., 1. II II
I f" been toro - have 1
trust prices again of aiilma' anti produced under latest Wholesale and Retail Druggists.omvr. ) .. .... IluoUmora I
rending tbe r" t : ::
wo :
up. Everything he puts on.his table like aondltlons, of aheller. As a matte Shakespeare : ..u p : .: :::: : : : : :II\S"\ !, : .
.. .,, ,
news. .13 a ... . .. .Q".oaODC L. 44lies.
of fact the ,
;.. or take Into> his home costs 11101'81 .mauuru produced from feoul- "Here's a fellow getting $1 a word! 1At
lug bi ggur weed hay or cow vines
than It ought to. pea atid, buffet botwoan oil
exclaimed."Too oar
la be 9 and W-Pulliima dmwlitc room Bloopla J"ID"U.
half butter than
really ui'urlv one that! ,
I '. Prosperity. brings !aIm a few more produced under identical. condition bad!I" returned Johnson.. "Jual Fresh Garden Seed rorr. ouolnnalL _ _ _ -

; dollars for a while but they do not fruiu, the feeding. of northern baled hay think of what I'd have got at thai LOT L'\NDRIITH'8. Hand In your ordon. Mail tlnvI3ST3DTJ Mo. .a ro I" ll..n Jscksonvllue and hItS tturlim and West, 510 I -lb 0 I

go aa far as they did, and when he Is because of dlffiironoi In the nltrogepteseut rate." -;; -" i--;pL....... .J..n"Ia.JI..o"&I.mJ' "I 11 a Sep
to come lu these crop which furnlshr Determined to have tbe last word 10M .I PLy.I ... .p.OI .. .. I.hurDI'..... Olu 0(09
\ laid off and the dollars cease : OOTTC3-H ct7R. '. I
I, the Imuortnnt plant food part of th any way be Corned to his dictionary.Judire. .- 11 P S a A..... .. .... .. .. .. .... .th.rll' ... .1" I 10. moOs 1"1'
\a at all, the high prices soon exhaust form of fertilizer. In like manner a ton 25 rents pnr bottle. Guaranteed by : ma I I 0 : Ar.Ar ::::..::::: 'mm... ,:. ;;':;:' ...Southern Ill.::::::. I.: :'i p

i. his little ccv tugs.t of tankage la supposed to be a ton otankage ACKERMAN 8 r 5 :, ....... J1"'U.O. .7.. .. .ull..p.. .. .L' 7t yii .
STEWART. DRUGGI3TS. > ....... S
t ;. Labor Is getting a comfortable a ton of ashes or a ton of phosuliate What" Did II. M...l -.,.--. ---- ------_ -,-, _-_ -'-_-n _--__- a ii a : IC : : .: ::.?.Lexigton, ,:. .::::.. quo.:'Osescelit : ,t: I ii: I ii I Ii r:
t : lug. For that we may be thankful. Is taken to express. a defInite been married" 11 s i all I' AI .. .Ulol".II. Ohio . Que.u5vre.e.uil .LV I...
"Have ever
amount of fertility when It mer..lym..na you Notice.
It baa not always got that. But definite. aiuountof raw mateilu asked tbe ninglatrato. MASTER'S SALE. "; ... .. .hm..UOblo ] Your .. ...r 7 III a -,tO p
eL. .
Notion ti hereby. tfveu tbt on the first, Monday .. .... .p lull
there I la little else to get hilarious with' variable at the bar (ba.UIU. .J.loUtuu..L.
P i very amounts of plan "No. replied the prisoner lu rabrimi-y, A. 1>. I ISUl. f, *. J. IililKiurn. .I '
: about. food, or r..al fertIlizIng value.A of Justice; "but I've been blown up bydynnmlto.Phlln.t..lpbts A*exetmtitrot: ihoerittru. <>f the late Sorter u.Hllbonrn. 5.-; ; 5 IC p Lv..Oiool.uallOiit.. )...... P.nu. 1 ,.... ."r S *5 ii
,0
r fertlllrn. ..,..r"r..*... I I.. almnlv She Record. .. minll apply to tim Honornblo, M. I. Nntlne III hereby given that tinder and by aa p 1 i sAr .. .. ..ulimo.goIil ........ '.... .... L" .'0 P

It I. a Vr..t't,. ;af- proiumltlon that Aiinveiilent"or-'economical;; coimmuuirolaIform ; ; i to.ftt hU v Onunlr cam. In Jti'liceof pa.'.....ulnm..'...rl....r-uiialy for& ,tlnnl Fl"rltlr.>u>l.llnniant ,. hire h.ol.r.. ,of aoerliun timitu dm I I.,rea and nC by ft0istPe the Circuit and :"r -i. "';_" 0..luOI.01. C. R. .D-Mo"oo Ar 0 4, .009a

I' II,., office holders under the WllllniTueunweb of materht'B whoeii value coiihlHt STATE C" OHIO. (ITI OP TOLKDO ) and dt:oliaria. aa aunb. '..s..o'.d. ....' of I ho UnIted' Bland' Virib Judlolal' olrcult,' ., V tta a I.,,. ( .... .,__. ..C.H..llIO L. Sill p WOVe
t In a email of the entire eubstanaewlilch 8B' fluill tlinu and tb. r* mat html return of M.lautanooiinw. and for the Hmubtirn lllmrlot. or Florliln.'
part i (
reglm LUCAS OCK rx riH...lpWan. . \. Bherinan Jennings forms the actual plant food or FRANK J (TIIINEY makes oath timeS he 'Iliac aull tbore .0...."and, aoonuiil .. re.uulrod I I.all Court wherein. Oh.rh.caime if. LMiiiard imndlng li. : ill : 5 : n:.:;-;;;;.. : .... :::::: :. 0 ii S : 'D t: I 11(0 ; a
4 will feel such gratitude for their political material. which mnkes tim crop. Th. l Is ocular partner' of the firm of JT JO'UINr.y :: : by law :In euobuawm,'and. ahull,Rut ki bedischarged : Litiiiil.IIisflI: ': :, und 'an and utheraaieiliifenduntalheund a > p l.aA .... l..I"Ilob.. .... H S .. L. 100 P 1 lIdS )
value to the and troiu mveioouluriililpiitnalil exlaui. nilKneil B. > Hiu.ka.1,
creator that they can be relied crop grower depend ft Co. doingbusinees In the Cltv
,. A..1. UILUOHHN' n> Hpeclal Ma In cliauiory, appointed In S ; L..... .. .. ....... Lo_ .. Ar j s
rL on to support tlmt gentleman al on the proportion nf this small put of Toledo County: and Htate aforesaid! Eieoutarol Ibe BiilaM, of hotter o.Ulltaiuru, and bvanld I ;will,on Monitay, .lli atlidiiyor p361 Ar---------.Clnlnn.I.Ohl........nl ,... I.
which IB present and available to lime and fhat asH (firm will pay the sumo. (d.1) october. A I during hour orale a.
leant by their voles for''time uHlon, ot plant. The actual amount of real plan ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each This July' t5tb 1008Administratrix. .In fruit oourl U'.I.dlor& 'In the S -L..... 0In'I.0.0hl. .... 81a lu. .. ... "r 0 S, 0 00 p
its dollars city ni I ala. ku, Putnam, Oounlv, lilataof' Florhla. . .. Jibe .. L. 5,01tleP 1
but ..
titateseiict4.r .U. ..
,.. United font so|>".lliiil, and not the total amount and every coxa of flATABHH that O'lnuiit .offir for niila al publlo auullon' and emil' t Ohl. Illr

to doughnuta I Ihiir fur every out or of furtlllziir determines real value.VBOTKOT10N b.. cured by the use of HALI/H OAT A 8111IOuaB. Notice. anil lo Ills hi_hmt and boot blddvr for caMli thepriiKitvda S iii P L.... ....L.ln.'on.' 57, ...: .Iulb.ro 117' ..n.A I I 'I 5 'lIi2t I P

:. these that to the polls breathln AGAINST WERV1K8. Notice .horeby' 'hat ala moiiibn after and onto, lolldWNi irlueUlaealUdearMiultorwltmur* I') a f= : :: ,:: fly. :: t: 10 I 14 : .tS :
!foes FRANK J CHENEY. given aa ."'. :.: ::: :: u.. :::::. :..Southera Sly.;;. :.. .
the' date hereitf 1 will nnwiimt my huNt Hiinitiatand tbeatoaiuer. with all and :
other and seedare
a Hunt prayer for his success, two Com peas and grains Sworn to before me and subscribed l In I vnuulinraiiailinlnlHtrator. : mini t ,lnmentoaunoxnof : liiKiilar,: : her M"aIOr, t..lha.I .(u -..S 0) p L" .. ... ... ". KI ... .. 1."b..a 11''._.. Ar lo-
1 Will kilter. the polling booth holdln aiitijm-t to very serious damage I lu Ibe fwtalMol Wailer N Hurl' totlieoounty anpllanom i.n.l furnlturu nf kind .. .. I., . Lvi ass
.
thla 6th of
t mr climate. from the depredations of the my presence day .December Judge of Putnam: Coiuitv and\ Set to be ilia* ||<.Mil Union. wbatnoever Haiti, : .. = ':: f = : .lJi.kiIgi.: ::::::: :.hi\ .::: :: :.:.P..LI.. ,::. l.nI : 0 i ..
theIr no.es.I weevil.. Protection IB cffoctlv A. D. 1XHO. ohargi.il trim the (iirtboradiiiliilNtratlnn: :: nf tbaenlatvnf hinvlug' or In any. ... :
I; guam so -- A. W. OLEA80V', auld Wailer N. hurt, d............ July' Ilm iiti'aiiilioat. .. tosiohlior. wl'h all No a .. -hl..n.I.I..II| p clrM solid vestIbule train. between
1..r.
mil almplo that there la really no excuse j l list 1 11011. TUBOIKIIH. II HAHT.AdmlnlHlratrlx and elngnlitr her | lss.ossluully oooeplsuuidays I"ka.
J Public spii Arl. .. 10..1
:i' FINI: )S COniKOUT: IN KKL1OIUN. for lose fiom this CAUH Wtttx corn I .BaL [ Notary ol eatam ol K.lwar.lH' Hart, aiioea and fu.ulluru t trn' a.nun Clo"t..I.. : cars lu Bltf r<,uri to Htbibura .14 funniirlvAUia : *.
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which IH stored. III cribs there I Is : and .Kxuillolu Admlulalratrlx. ut said Waller lion ..sill oleaptiboat ". :.sits ,: Ijlirnrv:, ,, ';:De.L, vies elites hliomeisfsr.wiiob tn lbalta.uooga.: Dining
'. open The lIlIli'c'aLllrrh;; Cure la taken inter.only H Hart de..wed 1.IU-G018m aip| .rtaliilng. .. ,. tar b.ciuoliiimtl' l&y.lliurtxlay' and saturday througti.. Iullm. .l0e.iug ea I lo
In October John D. Rockefeller tumors olfllctilty Involved. rnuedyinwever and a U directly. on the blood amirauoouo And ...'h.t certain blocs or i offlnnd '
D..I.
Early la to mire the corn thorough! NOTICE OF FOB Illimln I... (.mly .1 Pul or his character surfaces of the "yetom. Send APPLICATION and lfiH. oonohea sad c. btttwmin Ja,la uavllleauil
preached one before alorlng I It. and then e to re.In reaaonably nani M.a.ol Fllrl..rn.'I. f llowa. lug Sears flrat Ih"ru.bl.r Uliilnw .
for toatlmanlalB. fren.P Tax Deed Under Hcotlon 8 of Chapter lo wlti Viillntan tlrtvyttug room alatjplnc oar tu Chicago U U lloutat
Istlo, short cartoons at Clevelimcl clo...,vr light bin or houses. *Iu fHENBYAOo Tole 10, O. 4HH8! Laws of Florida.. Blake set by h.I'Dallou and: r oL atiuare aaniarklim o"a&'.10.r..b. ..' ..Uiiee.Miw. lll''. ." .oJ."uo

Ohio. It was at a Baptist experience this way It Is aa easily and etTactlvel; Notice la hereby given that 3. B I>, the upiuir lorllon of dlvlmou, line '
Bold bv all DriiRRlata\ 75c. ,,
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dotS ,,, II 5)5I
Iii soil between s.d Ksnas lie
51550' I51I.g a No
treated and protected aa Is the case with IiiirIT. ..0.1.
meetIng, and the parent of the octu- ... : Hall' Family 1'1I1.lIr. the bent. WoodburnaCo purohaserufTazeertifi- eight ($s) toehOld 1* uei Icon::. is.: : eoSIrrtJ -_II. 61 -
any other -uraln. oate No. 74. dated the 5th day of Augiiat diroutmon fOil.. ii,"West ... :Cireni in ,RaaI3pl.... ._,..OD.UD..PI.. "BOB ,Ar 15(05 5OVP
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pUB ./lidi.: The quixt pro<.tidal of the really offeolva A D 1880!!! haa Hied alil, onrtllloate In saIl.City II l'iuiatke, ..",. iroi Saud 81. 7M p .. .".. ... "" rill.. _... MuIiuoru fly...Ar I" 5 S 49
ray .k
NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR eaiiu .. ..,. SlOP
'The personal comfort that rpJl ; U insane of protection la the "oarbui rly along the North lI.e.tho lot ( I""a .. .8.0.b.ra81'.a.' "a
.** Tax Dee Under 8 nUoa 8 of Chapter office and lice made application for tax by raid U.lu.n "the eh.... .I Hie .. lies I M pI04.L.. ... 1.0. ...... ......U".D ....1. S meipS
Ion baa been tu ma haa IMWII auel l-aiiluhldH treibtmen This mat..rl,1I Laws of Florida.Notice deed to l issue In aoconb, ,>nne with law. limper, .bu.o. Mgbt adios Hnrtb.inninty.one '. 10 P alI..r ........ ., .... ....u.hora".I. IUM louaI
sometimes I fuel that I wiiult, I a heavy oily npp arlug liquid, whichevapora'en 4888. field ceitlUnate embraces the tollo.lngd.rlboo ('\> and ion (IO) liiuliwi, tnenoe w..at a S 4 a.. .. .. Anniston. AI 1 .... .1..1..1 IllS
that oir Is hereby given that J. B. D. right: lo a .. pl'P
extremi-ly rapidly exposure a..al. eMl aide of W..r 5 .. ..
IIUaA. .,8Inrlll..alll "
like to K: upon the platform and tel to the ulr. TQe linn formeily Wood burn a Co., purchaser", of tax oertl- property situated in Putnam stool due, north p.I..I"dl..I.. ataka alwv. .-.. .I .. ... ............'t.a1y..L.. '
vupor county Florida, t.. wit: referred tot Ihenne Ifcmtll ( |7I| toot ._ Kansas Oily. .. ... Shop
.. the'peopla. about It.*' rolxturn with air Is to much heavIer fluateNo. 81. dated the 5th day of AprilA. SwJ nf nwj. section 27. township 8 SV.'VV( liMbos """North: nd.ofaald: Jl.l k.n -. -.. _.pA. I. ... -
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than air that It i-lnke to the bottom of D lU'M' bos' filed aaidouurtlthcateinwy I II,. polntof beflnuln| bige her iili 55 Lv. MemphIs, Twin I S SJJ'.w.
.. II there. i la a human being In this to which It nan access In office and baa nia40 application for tax range 25 40 aorea. all and elnifulnr. the UinumuiiUliouHee: ..il'pr..m.o.a ,. :::::.:' : p :: _' ::: U.lbpllfliOArk .:: :::: ::: ::::.:::, .:: : :... :: !!_ -.....
world who needs the coinfurta of reUnion any apace I The said l land .being assessed a. the' tberoon and thereunto ? '
accordance with
In law.
:. this respect It corresponds to carbonic dead to Issue date of tbe Issuance of stub eertlUoaten in any .. .I..tl. Maud 14::. rinrtda umitwl" Pullman Dvwlul room alasulug ean bstwssnJa'kncnim'e
"p\r"I"
more than thIs one mail heIm avid wldclbelnka. to this bottom. of well. Said certificate eIDbra..s the following B. K. BAHKKLL and .llly.' Dlnlna _r. Dally.Ulnlua1 .
the of
.. not been'discovered.. and mine*. remlerlng them, foul aDd described Florida property, to situated wit: In Putnam. i I 1 leea said name aertlfloate shall Unknown.be redeem Un- tome s. RA ,111.1 M..w.B. V.'VARY ears Apulv blatrloi*t any raaMii msa&(Anont"r,Am'.Kaaftrvatlona.I. SO W,Hay. ... Jaekaonvlll Fill

tie works' the JekylUHyde bimltutaa their air poisonous to life county : ed according to law; tax doed will I.> "X ; RTRHGE
of section i1 township I .
ties aw} -
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fumes Is
f'arbon-bl-Bulphlde or air.
thereon \2Jrd! --
sue nn the day of December t"mpl'oanl'l
to A'' flnUb. Viewed from one 28 40 aorea. Bloll. -- -
range -
.th Ikewlse poisonous to all forma nf anlniit The ante
the daeerlbed
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D ItWJ In
standpoint he la a bnuevolHi.t SnrlptareapoutliiK. The sail !laud bel&g assessed at the A. p"Ht|>oned .b. properly
life. These fumes am easily praduceil, WItness offlulal. signature and aeal u"1 lleo. huh. *. D.
my I.
date of the issuance of such certificate durll" tho buurao/aale'/
b. much maligned amabaolutely and are haimleas. except when breathed this ., Atlantic CoastLine
the 10th day of November A D 1903.
10 the name of Unknown. Unless said I I H..I..L
entirely by mlzhngcompletely
They soon disappear
I misunderstood man, entitled [Seal) JOSEPH PRICE dpfo'InI "
with anrrnundluit air. The certificate shall be redeemed seconding Palatka, yi..a, No.. 1SC.. ..
%t'. toaympathy and reapect. InbualnevM process consIsts simply In exposing the to law tax: deed will Issue thereon ott the Clerk Ct Ct of Putnam ( ountyk'lorlulaNOTICE .

be Is cold aa Ice He ban liquid In a shallow dish. placed on top of :ird: day of December A D 11)03. .
: no more heart In Ills commercial tlm grain to be protected. In a tight bin. Witness my ofQola.1 signature and seal OF APPLICATION roB I Tile Grsat t Through i Line to Florida.
box or room. The fluid evaporates 1m this the lUlh day of November, A D 19O3. Tax Deed Under Bmllon! 8 of Cbapter U. tOP a AHDG.
tbau an oyster. There III history to Laws, of F,orliln.
mediately Into the air and the fumes [Seal| JOSEF VKICE 4HUH
1 prove It. He has never hesitated to bus formetiIIIi. all the air spaces In the Clerk: Circuit Oo'lrt.l'utollm. Florid Notice ,to hereby given that J. B. D. P R'8Alliy.xR CONNECTIONS:.

e1 ruin competitor eTch If that ruin grain[ killing all the weevil The quau- Woodhtirn *,Ci)., purchaiwrof. tu 08rtlli. G. LOPER X CO.

carried with it alone not the Mauling tlty requlreft. according to tightnessof NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB eats No. II, dated the 1 1st dayoUul, A Over It* 'own rails to Savannah to.11bmond and
.'. Tsx Deed Under Kectlon 8 Chapter D 1901, has flied MId| certlilcate la East .
ol' bopea. but deliberate trannureiiidoi rieeptooln, one-half to one poundfor T } WwblBKtoo, themes) vU Pens B. B. .' .
; fifty bushels of grain The materIel 4H8H.* Laws of Florida my olUoa. and baa made application for ;
ol the law. When John I). Kocka may be obtained of any Ity druggist and Notice la t.ireby given that .7.- n.- D. tax deed to Imiie in aooordanoe with, law. Fire' Insurance:, 'I'HI. .

filler rune over. a man a funeral ha* costs only I some arm per Ib. lo warmwather Voodbum AOo., purchaser of tax aertlfloaM Bald certificate embnvpa the following VIA ALL _
r No.91-1 of. dated tbe fith darer Apr.A. described property. situated In Putnam .n
often followed. the t..tm..nt..bould be re->
'. Laat month Mr. Rockefi'ller'a company "leafed In three weeks, to catch the wee- D., IHlhl baa DIed saico.rtlficiitelaumy booty, Florida towit'Seiofnwiwjofaoifl! i Leading American and Foreign Tha Lul.vl" Na.hviUevta. Montgomery., -
Vila haiohlmi from' tmiid' st.royedeggs.. office and fuss made application for tax } | of aw ,. TO West} .
InureatMKl the price, of the poor .ruler: average oonrtlllons no further ,deed to Issue la accordance. wIth law.Said .ectloa Slr. 'township 8,, range SB-tot. ) : : Companies TUB Tha Ifobtl Ohio Bl B.:fla Montgomery. :

, f. w...'. light a" eta a gullun In two ixtatniuut will be needed for the aeasonbW certificate embrace the fallowingdeacribed -.... '

.w.L..) interesting to note that the velvet property.situated ,ln Putnamcounty The Bald land being aaaeaaed at the Accident Via Savannah Bteamahlp Company for New York

iM,. Kockefeller'a bare of the new wad. la entirely exempt from attack by Florida. to wit I date of the Issue me' of such eertlfloate Insurance: TO East I aadOI via N'rlk for N. Y. Wa h. and Balk
( In the of ad
r. Brown. Phlaepbl Bta.
the weevil Aa to aw }iof aej. DPI of ear }, section name Q. VnUwaaald Com-.
.- ,. xtartlon-_._. '- will aunounfc uu--. into the \27, township 8, range*&-80 acre' eertllloatn shall be redeemed. """"rd8 The Travelers of Hartford TUB Rv&DDab Mebat t, Hlar'TranBportatlon

inllllon of doll..ra> Qull/fTfONIl! AKSWKBED. The said land being aeaeod al tft* !!' to I law, tax.deed, will issue thereon_ on ? usa fr ad Jllelpbl'

(there la no scarcity, no Immediate What la the best. varuity of Irish potato d.at* of the issuance of such certIficate I me xiro; aay or iieoember. A. a. 1UU3. '1 BTUllIP.
for spring crop, for toe Northern 10 tbe name of Unknown Ciena f .Witness my olUalal 8lgnatuto and seal. Life Insurance: TO
danger of the supply falling short marketernewer.. Tbe Rose No. Mid oartllloate shall be redeemed ae- this the 18th day of November A D 11103. Key } u-8 iaiI Steamships or th* Panlnnur Oeeldantal BUm wIth
.
llv:dove not need the money baa Pour" has shown !Itself to be ao much au- cording to law. tax deed will, issuethereon [aaAL] JOSEPH PRICE The Old Reliable "Germania wesj E shIp On. Port Tampa to Key West A H.va'' In onnecta

HO logical reason for putting the p"rlol'.r to all others as to make a clans en the 2'lrd: day of DeeamberA D Clerk Circuit Court Putnam t o., Florida J The Atlanti Coast Line.,

.U '.w. ou the people. by Itself This la not only the result of 01)1.): Life" of New York I
mi-Heal experience. of tbe largest onlolal and seal.
Witness signature
Uut the evttnlnga are long light' tJPO.er, but of eighty varieties, cars- this the lltto amy day of Nov. A D. 19O3. European .- Restaurant flarlne Through Pullman Blwsper. Pr Tai t Ne w Y 01*, Tta AUantl* Coast ttattal

l! am,muoh used. In the cottage fully tasted by the Flo. Experience ta.tine [Heal] JOSEPH PBIOE;; lo.uranc o via Atlantla Coast Un ad a1" /.

and tbe chance for loot was honr.e. non gave return comparable with, Clerk Ct Ct of Putnam County, Florida. Furnlnhcd Rooom The Connection made.at till ,Points.
>
Leading
tills 1 variety. The next In order of value Companies Ja''t01vLe'fpr.
Md: Mr. Rockefeller ever hesHute$ *"
I were. the Carman. No. Tbr,e..Beauty, of ...._. Hot and Cold Bathe laterabaogeabl aaHeag tlokeU amonit P1
I anythlnic when there waa niolieyin Hebron and lilies Trumpb. StudyatHome I "H..C.=T.. :r: All Olaims Promptly ,a railway la &b.luter Btate* 1..0.Vle by tb. principal agent*.

slgbtf la there any protection against Celry L. ...... ..h .... At .BwT p ? InloraUoa call on H. DtokeiM Ticket Agenter !
...._ .......... _.....< _- 0 adlJ. I
Jte doeaa'k need to go on tbe platt .. Blight? Answer. This Is a banteal -- ." -, 1 Settled.OBo,38 .ANJ BOYLTON. Com.r Aft. W. D. BTABK, Tray P
s. .tM i.o..5kai Kuppetbuscn's
dl....... for which no our la known = .::.::: E:.::.: *ise4., i.H.e.C. ::= CtiasVAItATKA.. 'J ti la.
flit work ipeak tot blin. 'h""....._. thou ..._... ....... I.... H .t. BloJol J..V1.
N' I' bo aometlm been a Mrloiw peat to 11- lss5a.... ....._I..lSiSSS. Pul.45& 110_ C .... treat ,, '4L' h M. KUKB30N; WUfotagton.Mgr.- .; .M.. ..C.OQ, ..". *O" .''.



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l Crescent: City Hews 'Mrs. Mary; J5:, Smith- a II'children Alw..r.. I. Slook. :: -

will spend the winter with her A chemist was boasting In the company t r

----_.._--- --- father at Auburn, Maine. Mra of friend of bis well assorted I
\ Smith writes that both she and the stock In trade. "TUuro Isn't a drug

Crescent City 1 "" : children are well ; that Fred Is learning missing." he snld. \

II one ot Iii.! moist boautirol locations In &IOi $ PtnORa to sknte and "Coiuo now," aiild one of the bystanders i Is: .
that
: ida. Tli' town I IB 1 In the 'aoiitheiiatern' ,, rnul SOd41. little Beatrice
, piioan oUflt7UmIIS from '. "' "" Isr.miIIoI has frradnatmi. from the oltller door by WRY ot a Juke. "I bet Hint "
I bY sillier. mISRIlItIP or raIIroa( Urea. t you don't keep any spirit of contradiction -
..,, ns yon pretend to '
bank of OreM mII. L..k*. ,
Iho WOa .
\,,. fullY b..h..L Irom' otsirer w..l..r III lUll...h. IontQst Miss Edna Bruula hint gone to New down on a sled. Mrs. Smith Is still be."
f..m three to n.. miles III wt "Why ?
I City Its replied the chemist, not '
w.1\ laid ouo la IowA .u.J roo Iota,
1., 1.1".1." '''OOIl.UIIt" C portion L"o tWII Rev. G. It. Ward preached at We. people. in the "'list, orutxiiTusHiMl. at the unexpected

;.. I.k.-I..k.UOMIZ, bl'U Uroanelil III width 00 the IYh'1/.a.1..1I.I'ak.between.KIellet Iwo lake Itt Hunday. Mrs. J. L. Maull,. who has been sully. "You slinll see for yourself [
t tll" w..I. Tile towel I .f lake ItteiIe '0... f....& ," So saying he left the group and Ou
,\ 011 hIgher IlIOP.. tn..tor hike Vroo""n& III..... CWO.d.. Mayor Cut leg wag a visitor In Pa- spending the summer with hr returned In a few minutes lending by .

V V:'r baa!hIM: 1o.rtuoIdruISItI.lu mmroo> Hi:sprIngs[ The end wauir In Hunt ot Ink_l aluu Huilla>lyj latka last Monday. daughter Mrs. Stone, In Chicago, the hand-his wlfol-London Tld-Dlts. (! .
j bY 1U4 towo olborltlt>. who nave iniHlo, .Ii and. the fall In Georgia, rotiuneU to .
> pore
j'lt't J TIe nilmlmneanor Plant Hyu",10>m Itttllway any, way touanna oonlnmlnat lha 'II.went the The achool ban been repaired of Crescent City last week with Th. Canary. : L
: : :: damage done In the recent flre.
IJ
:f! hank of Ink $Ie&ta two mIle.. from the townfttd her son, Mr. W, B. Maull, jof New bo not give your canary bird sweets. ,
, frol".UO a.. 1IUI0 eoI ntnainnr from tile""onv town y"und pawwnttera Vr.uIO"and"' Kev. and Mrs. L. 8. Chafer have York, and has again opened up her It In said to develop an asthmatic tendency -

JuiioIIOfl,. the bF. eteemertmn raIlway station.Thetrip .....,...k...or'..._.k..O. gone lo Mathews Fla., for a few day. pleasant home on Prospect street. mid' us with the human voice :: ;

villa I.One ur the I most dOIl"hU..1. water rI IesIn Mr and Mr a. Loper Bailey of Mrs. Maull was not in her usual after sugar Is entcn the notes lose their .
f whtIe oounlry' anil tile uaAHonffpr wnoinkAH liquid
the purity becoming and
this trip I I" holu eiitranoea from: stnrt to PalHtka are at Urove Hall for a SeaSon health while In Chicago, but Is butter rough d
Atapolntnlnemlloaaonthof falatka eventually shrill. Caged birds are very ,
1I"I.b. since
.the. BUuimar loaves ha.. at.Jcilinn and unuirai p coming south. susceptible to drafts and even In worm

J >anp river llnnd a""rnlhpr eIther ohIo narrow by a but think toituonaMlream .growth W. H. Fuller of Detroit, Mich., arrived The street committee of the town weather euro should be tnkon to hang il J r

of orpr..., ....1I.n., palmetto..rl"'blo fonmturlmaval on Tuesday and I la at Crescent council la entitled to great praise for the band-bis wlfet-London.Tit-Bits.COUOBINO ,

k : : ;ClOt Tho there I rivers la never otirvoa a-are oh-'o.; : : .:auilrVdiiiiuiit olwHUir : Inn. the present clean condition of the ;

In aiKlit. Alter ulna miles or travel Mra. walks and street A good work him SPELL CACHBD 1)KATJI: }
lynch and little
J through thla 1 stream the steamer emerges into son spent '
Duokwell 25
"Harry axed
z the broad and. boaiitllnl Lake. ureaooiit.... .. A run several days In Jacksonville last been accomplished during the pantweek choked to death years, '
early
,\ ol an hour ansi a hair Hindu I. pa aoniior at yrgtnrday; morning -
, irewioiit, City the steamers aouthorumoatminima week In trimming the overhanging; at his home. In tho presence of hie l
r. rheboat leaves Jacksonville aLds.CI. branches of trees which.. wile and child He oonlnuitid,
low slight
evorfTUOS'I'4. Thumday anil .Hatunlnyipulntka I <3. B. Morrow has accepted a were )' U' : :: : : :: : : : : f
permanent cold : :
few anti r
at s p m. the seine ""'0. Returning and In the way of passing vehicle a days ago puld but littleattentiOn I i ,
the boat loa....Vreaoent Ulty on Monday We<.I.i position in the store of O. L. to It. Yesterday rooming hewas of, I ;
t Friday at 1 a m arriving, at f aTatka The laying of pine straw on the ,," ,
and Chuinbei. tin.Mrs. .cl7 ..d with a fit of conphluu which
i : ,:at No 10 a, m.ever and, took at J the.;,- m steamer villa at Ureanent tWn : heavy roads is also a noted unit continued for some time Ills wife sent A il: : : :: I: : :i! i', .

i t m fOr Or person MSflt Oily. without eiperlnnolna. I ; :i io.w P. S.'Crotty returned on the much needed Improvement. for a physician but before tin could arrive "''k'. I ,
aenaatlona. 01 plaanure. and a short atop.. at Crescent Tuesday from her summer D. i another coughlug gpell came on [,.all..., {. ,. ;
lifelong the
the little Oil? mNes any man or woman Beaeley popular section ,
of the plare. Journeying In Massachusetts.Jan and Duokwoll died from suffocation
lu the lover town prop'ir are some or illS mO.1j foreman for the A. C. L. at Denver St. Louis OlobtvDemocrat, Doc I. 1001.) ? ,
beautiful homes to be found In the stale and. I *)* E. Hnrpor of (this place has states that I It Is more than likely the Ballard's Hoinhound Syrup would have '

j the people are school aullnrodi, two ob..mhoe-Epl.o.anil proaiHirona.There ; entered the United States navy as amachinist. post office at that will be discontinued saved him.I 25n( IWo anti $1.00 at Aoknr- ;
good point
Is a -
I and presbilerlao-aiI.1 two good hotolH.bmililna He Is now at Norfolk man A Stewart Palatkus and Lonnils, :i !: : ::: ::: :: : : \ fit "
pal :: ", "
after the first of the lo 8
; pleaaaiit private plaoea where boardoau year Crescent : : ; ::1 \
I Va. City. :: : :: :: ::
obtained. Hotel Mill hoarding houHanrloea
be The have by removal of the Turner family to ..... t\L\ Ia
moderate people provided
are ,
watt kept golf links for the entertainment }[on..Edwin Gilbert had his mountain Crescent City, and there being no .. i I )
of tboea who tiMe ibIs amuaemeiit.orenent II out last week else ta KlrlatlBt Dttnnr."What ';.". | ,II', \ <,
wagon one Denver who would .
treating r
has grovea than '
more orange
Oily a One boy Benny is getting to ( .. ,.,
; anv other, town In th0000tIty. orange oultural the I ladles and school rulldren. of the could take the olHce. This will' bel" remarked Mr Bloobumper'a moth | :
the lending oooupatlon of the 'peopleand the .
oitaiuy 1 ? >t tills Irult haa long been regarded aa place to a delightful ride. prove somethlnprof an Inconvenience er.ln-Iaw.. who was taking dlnnor with I
.u""rk..10. that grown In any other section" oftheatata. Miss Florence Colmar to many families. In that neighbor Bloobumpcr. 5.'Yos or ;
.. Almoft every oltlaou of the plaoehaa who has l ;
a wall-kept' grove, many ol whloh' oonupythexrove been visiting frleudsi here for the hood. Indeed" replied Bloobumper ;;' JV
Iota of thalnoorporatlon, whlleolheraexuiud I "f.11j"
"lie's too.IIe'll "
regular logician
Into the oountry baok. The merahantaol pant several weeks There proudly. a Ode 'j I
left for Green are several cases of c'lph- ( !
oreeoent City are live 'and they ahowtocka ask questions and deduct conclusions .. ,
of gOOd whteb' :Ji'o': .redlt.... to many (Cove Springs: last Monday. theria of a mild type In town. Twoor in a masterly uiuimor. 1IL)', Inherited ",' i
olllea of the .LII' Uvtug Inoheaper \
of the larger '
lb... almost any otber town In the Orange shipments have been heavy three children were taken down bis father's brain power." add- for "

"Who 0.' ...etreeta are lined with shade. ..... and from Crescent City during/ the past and recovered from the malady before ed Bloobumper modestly .. ( i
the a.'I..II."OAh. and hroail abell w..lh.... two week The fruit Is going forward Its presence was' discovered. It A few moments later the conversation (
Inld on the. principal atroota. Bloyola paths' for the goes without saying that the children turned upon Moruionlsm and Bonny :!
holiday trade.
directions .
lead In many __________ were not 111. Three children In his scorch for knowledge asked. ,...
very
partlea In Creaeent City damrlna1 to aobaerlbe Rev. Jj. H. Chafer gave an Interesting "Papa, what Is a Mormon"
lu the family of (J. L. Chamber-
for this paper or wlihluc to renew sermon to the men and boys In "A Mormon Benny, Is a man who ci -
leave their
their ubeerlptlona thereto mmy bin have had It and
.......anil money with. Mr. 11)). l>. Uoond. _t Chair.berlln's hall last Sunday after on Siiturclnynl marries more than ono wife." : :
the ttoetuMlea who I. oar authorlaed... noon. The attendance, good. jht little John, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. "Then you are a Mormon ain't you

j ; A. Iceiihour was stricken. H. papa?" asked Benny, anxious to display ..
BNT CITY TBWPKRArDRB: FOR THE Mr. and Mrs IImltb t
CRBHC of Albany
: Cobb(
was much better The the deductive which his M.
WHICH ENDING DRCKMUKlt, I9US-B. .1> on Monday, powers
WIIIAMH Ollllllav"I&.. N. Y., arrived here last week little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Is. father bad commended.

.'. 111.or.. torNovemlier. Mln.v and are azain at Grove Hall. Their Maull was Ill, but with ton alii tie.Drll. "I a Mormon Benny! Why how In .

la.. .P. H. V. M. M ha..IM ha.iB. coming gives pleasure to a host of Sprague and Welch do not anticipate the world did yon get such an idea In ..r...
Saturday .,..M H 411 H W lit> old friends. jour bead as that?"
VII. Sundayu 64 6' 114 4"'" an}' spread of the disease or
.... Monday. ... ti OH: tit ttH' dlDedewbor. Bev. 11. 8. Miller, pastor of Groves- any serious consequences, as the "Why, I heaid you tell \Mr Spratts : I
yesterday that bad married all
...,4. 67 W 6T 8tS dale M. K. Church you ...
1. 'I'oMd"F south lain Lake children who are 111 can hardly Le wife's family." ;
41Thuraday
Wedneeday. 4T dli" 80 your "
I. ... a* II 41 61 14. City this week attending his annual made to believe It. "Mrs said that ut
.. Friday. ....-..lilt ..... W tIU lit conference. It Is stated that he will _--- turning Bloobumper to his wife, "I think gentleman I : I f : I ::: :::::::::::::::: ; ;:::: ::::: :: : : SI : ;I .t

not return to this charge another Bouthfleld Bible Conference Benny bad batter be sent to bed. lie'sbel.'li IJ Ni I
up quite Inte enough." :!! j{
The Stock' We Aro year. PItlUH. f q

It; Is reported that Mrs. II. A. Carll Much difficulty has been experienced II 'M .
putting in for the Christmas buyers was taken 111 just as she was on the '
by the officers of the Conference asaoulnUon "
will more than surprise you. point of leaving for Florida, and that f : t
In providing an adequate audleoop for .
The elegant articles. In dry !Roods. the family will now remain In New room. This has all been removed h ; .

and crockery; surpass anything York until after the holidays In con Mr.:Gilbert's magnanimous of ) rreeH0uidy I cI


__' 'III we saying have heretofore quite some shown, for we, which have sequence The Presbyterian of her Illness.' church was I building Definite suitable arrangements for these meetings.have gift been s f :.11 f.. ::::::::::::::::.::: { ..::;::::::::::::::::::..: : : : I 1'

been uofcud for the taste we always packed to the ,doors last Sunday made with Bev. H. W. Pope Supt of ltp... C'

1 display. morning and evening to bear Bev. the Norlhneid extension and Mr Quo ana"I j I ... ..s
THB O. II. PRESTOS Co. '
I L. S. Chafur of Northfteld, Mass. a. Btebblns of Brooklyn N. Y.. for their / ) ItI
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1 At the eveningservlco Mr. and Mrs. help lu the coming conference. he .. ...f. I

__ __ __ __ __ __ n Chafer sang! a duet and Mm. Chafer.a Mr. Pope I. one of the best teaoheisn \ ; : & f I &.:::::::::: :::::::: ; ::::::::::::::::::::.S t : :A i k

A Uretat lieuoJIt" for Crescent' solo. the country) He plans to upend : ,

City. i The Misses Turner of Denver whohave about ten days In Crescent City ames ; I f J

Mr. Edwin Gilbert announced to a bused the Bnrtuu house oil Mr. Stebbins Is well known by almost out" % i ..c II' .

company of ettlsenaon Mouilay night summit street have given notice to every poison In any land who ever sang I l t-

his with plan a good provide"educational,Crescent lustltute.City on the_the V. premises I.A. ladles now that moil the as a cottage school of the scores Gospel of Hymus our favorite lie Is the hymns.composer Bt one 60 different in each games package-all new of !t I .. ....it. ,

This plan la to supply a long-felt will have to be vacated on January will have full charge of the slotting here 4 ''

want and Includes much morn thau 1st. as ha has' In Northlleld. The service of Lion Coffee : :

haa ever been expected. mug will be an Important part of every '
Cliff A. Maul arrived from
Hoyn-
There is to be large modern building meeting of the conference. at ;your Grocer's. "\ :
last and
ton Saturday Is spending I"
erected on the half block Just the week .with his mother. Mr. Other speakers will be announced as I ; I

south of Grove Hall, which Is owned definite arrangements are made. I dl''
Maull expects to give up his position $
by Mr. Coe D. Smith. This most desirable Every available room for lodging will 1I..rID. be \ ; .
with '
the East Coast Railway, but 5)
lot U the gift of Mr. Smith. be needed and board must be pI ov Ided. "But bow can I be sure" said the
will return to Boyntou and engage ingrowing beautiful "that do not '
heiress -
The jnaln building will be about The citizens are urged to cooperatewith you <
tomatoes extensively. want me merely for ?"
( 64x50011: the foundatlou, with an annex the entertainment committee in my money '.
F. W. Thurber who returned tromAttl..horo. "Darling," replied the duke "If I can: t
or wing.at the east 1)2x24) / ; also a providing every possible aoeomodation
Mass. two weeks bnve you I shall never worry nbcul !
large.vestibule In front to the west. some for the people who may come A stats.meet money any more."-Chicago Record 4.4 ,
will be two stories ago says that ho will probably remain chairman.
The entire building should be handed to the Herald. t
In Crescent City permanently ___________ !
covered
and' built of cement, Mr. W, C. Norton, wherever board or i .,
with a galvanisodiron roof. now. It Is stated that; Mr. Thurber edging can be provided. Those visiting Money I. not the balance of power. |

The purpose:of thebulidiag' .ls to will repair and remodel his store guests. will expect to pay a good price foi gentlemen. There are those scales In l -

: furnish a first-class school equip building Central" avenue opposite these aooomodfttlona. which an ounce of Integrity Is worth a )'t 'i

Pre ton... ton of "old.Schoolmllst.r.I. ,
ment. Th..re'will be three ample A good sum of money Is needed to jt J ',''h I'4

: school rooms, au office class rooms Dr. and Mra. A. I, Spencer have provide additional entertainment and Doubt.He's i ;

and library. room.> Tlie"bulldlng Is leased the Horton residence at the offerings eon bo left anytime with Mr. bald I believe '
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also .planned accommodate the corner of. Central avenue and. Sum Cone the treasurer. Don't wait tot !'y...."- .. '

meetings. of .the "Soilthflelll BibttConference. mit street and on Monday began some one ho hunt ;you up on any of "Wbaf the reason?" '

; ." The entire lower floor moving I.... Dr. Spencer will have theeo Item.. "( can't say. I don't know whetherFather '.. t t

will be so constructed as to permit of bill t dental office here, a moat central Time or his wife" got at blm"t.Cblcai'O & \ :. -II
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its being thrown Into one large au.dlenoe location. Houses are .hard to obtain POMONA. i .

.; room :with a choir gallery, lu Crescent City.C. --- T -
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seating In all about seven hundred. }Marsh arrived Saturday evening Mrs. John Baary has gone to Lake : | "" ..

This audioueu. room will be of great. direct from hit home at Henri- City to Join her husband who has a po- | |

value to the achool and town. Some etta, near Rochester N. Y., and is iltlon there. 4

Important parts of the building have again at Grove Hall for the winter. Mr. Shine of Qulnoy 111., the recent Thirty-six .

already been ordered, and every effort faverlte with
Mr, Marsh la a prime purchaser. of the Will Larnerd place arrived _
will be made to have U ready for the people of Crescent City and they I In town last week. s

the proposed conference March. are nil rejoiced to see. him here again Mrs. J. ,B. Morrison spent several! tlff
Mr Ullbert also plans that I latluie and looking well. :
the school shall be developed'to accommodate .. days last week. with her daughter. In lost think what that moans. Thin,-.,,,,FO... .
1 Orange shipping was the order last Palatka.Quo. than the previous one. wl n never a backward : .

a large number of scholars week from thai bltf Williams grrove, How taoreaalnf In that popular were dolu favor bualneaa How many lblrtr-eonoema U ... : : :
from other: places and a first-class and visitors went to the packIng Wray. piano tuner, ef Daytona .very. few many But thirty-all ,....of oontlnuoua. .
course In Bible Instruction shall be many. baa been In town lately tuning pianos, BowhaaltbeeaaooonipllihedF In hurt thla way :: : P. :t'.
house to see Mr. Broadtnan and root from our own diitllierl to the eoneumer.wtm >
given to oontemplatuitf Christian W. H. Cook ,shipping oranges tide Inn him the enormous proHU of the d. e... and a ___
; his assistants_ pauk the fruit. ,It mentor offer that we make, thereby ereatlng a ....
d work. This continual,Bible instruction looked like old,. timer. This grove week. .uuoa setlafled 0uatoment that climeS be broken. -

will naturally, be of Interest to Misses Nora and Cora Mlddleton "Ial.ted .
has a big crop (this year, both f-f tangerines -
from
Direct our _
many northern g.II18olen&" :
and ....anll'e.. Palatka Saturday : : :

perhaps Crescent, tor City bring.for the them winter to'months.stop' in James ,McCormlolr. nrrlved from mas Preparations entertainment, are going to be on given for a Christ by the Saris D..I.ra' Profits I :

The announcement of tb"U plan was Brooklyn N. Y., on Saturday eve There will be *
made to the officer,of the Southlled: ning and i Is at Grove Hall again for 8. 8. on Christmas eve. and : *
Christmas tree a
usual programof
the
Bible Conference Association Mr.Uilbert'i the winter.. Mr. McCornuck. willbusy musloaild' recltaU.ma. ,uu.I everybody HAYNER "
home. These gentlemen himself as usual looking after '
forward to a good time .
,I.| looking
of MoCor-
Interests
the large
expressed as beet they could their grove ,
I. deep gratitude to Messrs..Ullbert and mlok, Hubba. Co. of Nw York. he W. 8. :MIddleton I. busy grinding PURE .SEVEN. I ) 4; ? __

Smith: and both these gentlemen being a brother of .Hie senior member cane this wek. : 1 1'I' _
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\ of thatflrm.Eugene number of northern arrivals. FULL : U
may be sure they: have the gratitudeof Quite '' I

the entire community. D. Lounds" : says that while!' are expected this week nearly every vacant ) 4 $3 'I' I Ii
houseaj
,r and '
house Is occupied more
That meeting on.Monday: night was he thanks the News for the complimentary QUARTS :
to hey i
clcsed by the singing< ol the Doxology notice given hiM, last week Ire la demand. Pomona seams : ,

whluh was an expression ofpraise for hU success In passing his examination some great attraction to cause such a. Wa will send pee SNJUK futii.,OTYAR?bOi'rtZ : f ')
to .. board boom"but everybody is glad to seat YwAROLD -ororSlia.whieker and we will pw be '
Oodi for all His ben. .. before the state of ,..eive the try Uud If roadoot Sad l:: : :: '
.. the town fllllng up. and every! tewjjomerwill .
I. too much stress was laid ever dr.nk Or CCC buy hum anybody else .a soy '
BALLa', Jlo.1lll01lJlo-8".11.: pharmacy, be heartily .welcomed. expense and jour Is 4) will (o beak to Ton by the::: ::
on his own aohlev,in nts, and too an offer be faheeP Joel tklnk l II over. Shlpmeal !
Immediately relives hoarse. craupyeoiigb the' he received with no auwks eq branda u>lodloaM euatanta 1
; oppressed. rattling rasping and little on assistance. Ha FoUND A Cr... .
,W. ..
dlfflonlt W. Hamsaur of PaUtka. (Men! ta*Aria..CM. OoL.Idaho Kent. r
.. brmihluj. Hoary' O. Bto-rna from D. 318 8 Sd Street, Sail 0' Wrn mow be an the teals of 4 Quarts ,
rnlgl.&. Hbullaburit, Wlanonalo. write, who' took him In hand, gave direction B. H footer writes: "I have been bothered PeeS o* *O,
'., Ballard's May ail, itMip' ". IbavO. been ", U"'II to his studies and noted the kind Lake with City 017..1.. ,M IniUgextlva tar >l : Write out. aeereit offloe and do _
Horehound Syrup for twoTeara. Ixmnds I doctors. wlth"n'rellor' ,
Mr. saysbe
and patient tutor. '. have tried many ? I
1 .aad have never'had av preparation. had hard sleddinghad but I have found a cur In Her-. TUB HAYNER ______
that haa woold have
'. trivet tenter'.. I : '
aaMaaot.oav rwornmvnd It to all my frltii.i "a. T UtIW. i '
noUoe the' .assistance >lno.. 1 ATLANTA, M. DAYTON OHIO, $ ; ;
that wbea.l sell for ..
a bottle they It not been afflicted rat way. aol It Is our- 'h
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coots hack tor DlO.... ,I can boaeatl* given him by Mr. Bamsaor .who la leg who are tII..... too. tIc at Aakmtnaa *; :,_ Bemuuonr, 'l'IMPW. Os. .'Itettq. lo. _____

recomnienil Atksrn '*lU-8So.tOa_ Btewart. PalaUa anti Si.I.OO and a* the chief clerk at Aokermao *. Stew' Btswut Patatka.* soil Lound IYeSOeS'" .a I JJ Manager_ ,., r ,: IJaut-

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Leo Jacobson,the dry goods (dealer I'alntku AIiiMlclnns Honored. IMPKOVED, SERVICE VIA ATLANTIC 'Christmas Gift

.... ThePalatkaNews itw n unique guessing. content on. In Concerning: the organ recital of COAST LflE.Atlantia A
its window Is a glass dish filled with
Itassett
Miss Mabel at the Congregational inaugurated
and Advertiser lernels of coin Kvery purchaser of church In Jacksonville Wednesday Ooast Line pas b ,tw.en !
r (goods to the extent. of one dollar is evening the Times-Union, of Pullman Jacksonville\Sleeping and Punta Oar Qorda Lines anil, Jacksonville <- 9.tJP'I Willie ,given[ away", .. '
i ,- entitled. to a guess ng to tho number Thursday .
says; offorlng
ROLIBAY and Bt. Petersburg at
THE NEWS AND ADVEKIISEK of kernels! In the llsh. The contest "Too much cannot be said In regard comfortable travel between Jacksonville ,on Christmas Day .
ends December 24th,when a comm It- to the success of the organ and song -
hUll blRlicr circulation riitliiif titus will count tho and award and the poluta retorted to. .
r. n corn a reoltal which was given .at the Con- lust class service between ourrStore.
t: ''. tI Until Is HccorJeU to any nthur prIze of $10 to the one making the cregatlonal church last evening, and Jacksonville Tt Is gives and Peninsular Florl.Ia...,. St

u' In 1'iilutku. 1'rliitct's nearest correct KIIUBR.' 'Ihe mOl1eyh..n1l'II the great enjoyment furnished. a 'leaves Jacksonvilleat of entitles to a The
paper temptingly In the window just Petersburg sleeper Each purchase $1.00 you RUBBS. one making
Iiik N. Y.. July 2t 190:1.: large audience of pleased listeners. 0 40 m. running via. Palatka, coin. \ is
above the corn. : p. correct get the Money displayed in our
It musical Irentnnrll1lll'h jieurost giifHB
L wns a rare O,'alii, Leesburg nod 'I rIby\ arrivIng !Bt. "
I TIMES ]llgatnlshmV., A. Pattnison'ii case praise[ was deservedly hestoued upon Petersburg 10 :ii) a. ro. North bound window- -
.l""" "" "" "'......."" .............. hUll been tl'nnHf'od, 'lo IKoLiind for LlioHii who conttlbuted so plensantly this car.letivee St. Petersburg 0 :Ot) p. lu,
ilal., He interned I Iho second. ) Mi',.. tQ the evening's entertainment. ai-llvlng Jacksonville 7 ::30 a. m, Pun- We have A l big line of JIl1idliydO4O'tlbO14kittJ., : that make
and $ .
$! City tiappenings I'utteisonat thai place. At his trial "Miss Mabel Uassett, who Is a la Ooida ttlanpar: loaves Jacksonville auiiBible Rifts. "I i .* 7,:. ; .
: r he will bo confinnlnd with both women grtuluate In musIc from IlDlliim In- 9:40: m luunlng via Sanford: KlHSlni- __ \ .

IIItJ Call fotIII LI 1 $| Personal mention. $ nit hoi' or whom it Is stated stit tile' Virginia, Is. a talented musician wee and p. Lakolnud riving PuntaQor. Goods, Kid Gloves, Hosiery Fancy Goods; Jackets Cnpns

.'%. ......%.lr""%'J%.%..%..'% %% would. be willing to take him for bet.er and musical, and plays expression with much The following power- da 12 :10* following day. Noitlibound.4-05 Ladies Pry, Neck RuITa, Sl\irtwniatg in Bilk:; and Flannel. skirts:; in silk1111I.1
or worse--principally worse but this car leaves Punta Oorda : p. TO.
;' some a aR MHH|. Ida, LIb U' exacted to 1'0. lea neither care rran undivided half- artists. who assisted. Miss Hnssett' arriving Jai-kaonvllie 7:30 a. m. wool. -

tllrn In JiiniiniyMrs. Interest In him the state will use him Ii us. O. W, Bassettsoprano; Mr. M. Parlor car service. baa also boon Inaugurated
Special Articles R W M Boyil' tins boon visiting In the camps.' IA'I'RRt-Yesterd'LY' M. Vlnkers tenor; Mr. HarwooUliosser b..tweon Jacksonville and Ht. Fine; Ill assortment of Dolls and Goods specially suited for the I

lu Jncksou\illH. tills week.Mrs. Patterson arthvcch) In Palatka In violin and Mrs Ch..rle""Lvll'| '', Petersburg leaving' Jacksonville IOIK Holidays. .
IIIt t: Suitable for IILI chui'gu of !Ih.llf Turner, who Is taking accompanist, were all innvhHpplaudid a. III. arriving. St. tersburg at 1(1) :.SB pat ;
Ham: 'olomnn ami I two clill- him to. the penitentiary to servo and tho. choice aulvctlons they North bound, this car leaven St. Blunk, ts .l\f Comforts for cold nights. -
li-fii sire \Ulll.i] Mrs. trunk Cole- live sentence furnished contributed much to theevening's arriving Jacksonville
g year's
t: Presents. IL Impound by Petersburg at 6 ::21i a. m. Trunks for traveling.
Isaao A. Htewart or 1> (,1111,1 pleasure. All who attended -
u Judge at 6::1 55 p. m.
u Bb imnMrs. : on Monday. There Irf nt Least one this recital, and a large nuitiberWittpl The advantage, of this service will be Bargain Dry (
We have many I. M. Mr IIIIM ln-mi pind-- Hilly Patttirson who knows who mesvnt, are profuse hi their expressions All the oars refnrreil to Leo Jacobson .

a things which ::J I PK 1 hip \\ .-ok with fiimuls.- I la Jacksonvllle. I sLinck him. regarding! Its success and are readily all supplIed eeon. with buffet Btirvl..o.Adilltloiml Goods House
the furnished."After I IJo.1atka
n -.. enjoyment parlor cur service Tilll be
would delight t:! the recital the audience was with
i Line
C"lItlfdILt"K Spunk. the Coast
Mrs Marj Wlmberly and slitter placed In efTAOt by F1a.
served with refreshments In the so-
n the Men, Youth M.Us. Knlo Wood of Intel'lach<*n The Bonatorlnl ,oumpalgu In Putnam I, rlnl rooms of the church bv the ladies iliange of schedule at an emly date j

n n and Hoys, '1 were Huffily hixt Tm>sdiiy. on county W..da". wait rlnYlv..nI01l'Oover..or opined' at tile court Intuit ,, of the church and 1 .a.pleasant social HOLIDAY BATES A C, *.. -

a a and we ask the' After hi* 1'ITiirlnof Wmlimsilay.oiie, JiniiliiKS, arrIved the cityat I hour won spent." tanmniWIim' !." rB1, mill'' MIITM!;:'WIJIWIMBI! \"'HmiUllllHlfflH' WWWMriH' ,IBwnT !
The Ml t 'OPOIiM Wednesday Time Atlantic Const Mno announces
r onIII Imrdlv HUCUHR. the Hon. Imj.] I 01.
A had been advortlsud
g Ladies of Puliitka: and r:; rutinim C1II loon with bolng uiigiata- iioou.for' him under inoKllug tho of the evening!! ai\H of the recitals i a rate of one and one third tarns |dim :toro'ts E '
auspices
"It wan MUM HasHotb'sfiint, nppeirranueln for the round trip for ChristmasHolidays
S Putnam County .firf.Mrs. county coiundtlae. Soma ona wrote' this city and thin. young hid v, Tickets will be sold Doo. 2IJ- High Grade Groceries.
to look at ourprettily P1 J. Talnm who with her olillIrnn \Mr. Hlockton: of the lueetluKi advIsIng. ( who Is a graduate Hoillus Institute 25 lucftiulvo. Duo. 3D and 31. 1DU3) ; Jan. : R
r.i1 it IIIIM, been veiling. ".. mother him tooonio. All ot which wits putfootly of Vligliiln, proved she was a most 1 I. with return limit Jan. 4. lUll!. Teachers -
trimmedwindows Mrs. U. II. Wnlls, lias ({one to JiicksiMivlllo proper, -though it was iinqu II .
for lo reside.Hon. of a smpilse to Gov. 4ouiilngB were greatly "pprf'clnt.,1 nndheartilyencoied. will be aocnnlml same rate tickets to be
., : g IIr and his able local campaign m..nag Mrs. O. W. ]inssi sold Dee 10-32 Inclusive, with return M! 'Ve'make it our policy to ReU'none but goods of lit
l FF1)?.
C. Stockton .
John N. < Mr. Stockton airlveil but an hour
r. otomtllliates
suggestionswhich( I.L ,>tt sang two numbers delightfullyand limit Jan. 8, 1001) upon presentation
''f III R wiUpro..e 14 \V. M. llolloway. arrivals weie among lit thu AlHuston the'. before the muutlng. tha, till ist lcuih ly, and MliPHlionml. she signed by superintendents. = the best quality. Of all the thousands of cans and uI I
crowd In courtroom
L more pioinhiont There was a giioil \vnsau nitlHt. of exceptional" ahllltv- prlnolpa's' or proal \. i1! helpful theiu 14 Hotel his wuek.Hon. when the ounill'lutes\. arrltoil., Her voice In wonderfully swuor and eheorfiilly furnished. W KLeahy I M) packages to! be seen on our COUl1tel' and shelves there ie'not MW

in the selection of t I John I>. 'Vnll of Putiinrn Hall County cloik I'rleo called the inmllugto P0550555 wIth range anil I Is of exquiH Dlvn. Passenger gout. Savannah : -
i1! waa a visitor In I I.h.. .ily. \Wednesday. order' and attkod, Abhor,ey E. Nohle (lie timbre hho; was followed by M. Qa. one thflt\ ia second grade .jj jjVlnn !

H" =: 14p. but It was ImpoHHlblH for him to reinniii Calhoun to lutriHinno the Rpeakara. Heitould 1\(, Vlckcrs, who rendered a tenors '
better selectionIn
over to the spttakln'. not ha\eiiiadea ilo with great elfeot Mr. VlckersnossesscH BILIOUS GOIitO PBKVENTED.
a niuit Bpnuuli, C>tpt. Calhoun hitio" a! mngniflcent voice that Chambcilatu's iI \ you buy your supplies from, us you call MH i
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i HOLIDAYF n. W. Hnnmaiir Is C the now rlian- Stockton Jacksonville Take a ,double dosfl of
p.F duoeil' lion Juo. N, C : if -
, eti llor colt IInnhller i>f I the Knights of lusts, bnen thoroughly cultivated,! and Colic Chnlora and IMnrihoea Komedy depend on getting the best in the market, !and the price lit I
forth
hU efforts last night brought .
i .. the first Indication of tha disease
t 1*> thhiH liilf| In tills.. city. 1 b lodge Mr. Stockton n.roselod Immedlatnlypiooonjnil soon as
',' U u U one of the, largest In the stnte.It. to the business la band. IllsaddieBS enthusiastic audience.applause" from the appreciative appears and a threatened, attack : iu most canes as'low as other lionsen aakfor! goods of an S )

2 l of_ some 2f> minutes was I'onllood may, bo warded. off. Hundreds of people !
GIFTS Frank D. Wattles
:IL I I anti. H.H.A.Uonpvr l>,avl.,. liavw been I'luLl-i'ct to a dIscussIon of his own quullfloatlousf Mr. tIItO<'ktOlI'" \ Islt.Hon. la wh'use are the subject remedy> to lu attacks this .way of bilious with perfect col-- 'inferior; grade. it I
p United. Mtutos
the office of Bonutor
to the itl'iinil lodge from Kt John N. C. Stockton. spent
ili-leuutfH ftBtewart.
" II John's Jjulu", K. of P., In tills nlty.Mr. lie made. 0"0 alluBtoii to the '1 liuosI'ulon ,. all day Thuisday In Palatka and! success.. For sale by Ackormau We are now receiving the new pack of DRIED and jj jjKVAPOUATED !
[, n If the window ; : and the evils of a subsldl/nd! press Improved the time by Bering
many
n and 111.V.. 0. Column 1LI'011i iHingiatuliituil, his honrers on the and have
;; "0' and friends.. He FKUITb' New QEUEALS
old
acquaintances 4H j
r, J \ III fails to suggest( Jacksonville wliltl.-r they have net that ,sncli Inlluenao was on the I lines congratulated the M I ,
6 ;. tcone to Kiiund .it vno.it Ion iniulu luicessnrv wime. Mr. Stockton\ loft Ihebnpipsaloi wild' ilialmy. on The Folly Nurseries W
.t' the BUI titbit) tiling, thus uoiiJItlon of Mr. Itohunes'health. character. of his. speech of the night in stock. I
by
that he regarded all newspapers"' as 0111>-
before ot the court house. Mr. Stock
:.. g: step into tile I j .- sldl/d. which opposed him. In tho ton Is. a serious man naturally and It IlorlJa.Established 9 Buckwheat Flour.OJvY !
' g NhW STOUK The .schooner J. S. HosklnM, rapt. main Ills speech. was dlKnlllud and IM therefore but natural that he Piilatka Height, New .

.:., J'hllson.II1/LIIId/ tv nnrpo; of 1,2.0lHI. > > wholly tmoomhiK to a candidate' for the should take himself seriously-or \ 1881.
and it is i likely, we p. ey)1r155. "hlllltl"ant '1'lIlhmnn &K..n'" I high p ace which he seoks. lie made nol woidsta that elf net. Ho has made

r g will b&'able 1 10() 1 mill last wot.k, nnil cluared for SulesIU use of his well adverilsod, pepper box ', himself. believe the country is on the Choice Orange and Grapefruit Buds 8 BROS. jj
and made no reference to the cundldanjof ., \ toboggan for the. deinnitlon bowwows ,
show articles hwrry1ul..
g Ip Guy JvnuhiKB. He simply outlIned nnd that all that's needed to
., nAV Hilvvln (lardnnr Weed what ho hoped to .oooll1l.lI..h| In the In- on sour stock for Bale.AV. '
which will sine It IH to send him td the United Hotel 9J4
!; z !bishop 01 ,Kloilda, aril, ved I In the city lureat of the piophe In oats. of his oleiition .. Ktates somite. The delusion !I. harm 2 Down-town Store, Graham Uloek.

n appeal to your taste. "7 vi.sturilay niKl l.. the uni'st .>f RHV.ami and statnl that' It was not the less.' Anyway he's a crack-a-jack
It" u p r: Mrs. ,F. Jllcliny at SI. Marks molumonts of 011I,'" which he was souk ,democrat n politician In whom there. (J. HAIUaiOVE, Prop, Up-town store, cor. Kiiby and Kirkland Sts. N

loA Our expeiiencein plIliHll llOIIHH. lug, but an opportunity to sei\e" the : 1M 110 guile, and one whoso methodssre
;t !IJ '" Mr. and" Mrs. O. I-opor Ilallev rE>. people In thao capacity\ whore ho felt ho such as to contribute bin full Lock Box 21. Pnlntka, 'Fla His wi' *( ,.r,.. :jw< ::rn IWL t M nin iie'i', iiiir': mrm.*rm m mi m mumn.

101 catering to the 2 turned lioinx l I".t Frldiiv. .. after an ab- could do. real servIce Mr blink. quota of real! hot stulf In a campaign.'

c' Ia: Needs of Men I I', SpliCe of Hovorul iiionlhs. ''limy are ton rncnlvoj heftily nrl'hmaeVb.n he The only thing the people of Palatka .
......w.. w..w.w..w.Our ; ; 'C
lC P1 now at Crexrt'lit ('tty for u brief stay set down.Capt. can have against this man IH tho "" Holiday OpeningBig
: has made us at drove Hall. Calhoun In a neat, onloglsiluepeooh Mell-gtouiuled' suspicion that he is"bucking" Hot Drinks Have Secured
iii familiar with their r'J next Introduced (by. 'i\'. /H: Jenulngs. just as good a democial, ,
nnlvo turppntlnn
r.; J. H. Mllllvnii I an pxti' -
Liken and I Po I 01'.IIh1l..wholl.. plants Are at that tine and tried frlenil of the common Public Favor' Display of CliriatmaB Goods now ready for )inspootion-.

g I.h. various .points I In I the.. state I IncliidliiK I As tInt governor slowly made his way people-Hubert W. Davis. Un- Possibly Its the way wo serve Big Stuck of
to the front all tho roses in Palntka
III Dislikes.a ... In IPHS Mr. Stockton taken measures to
visitor
into at OriuiKu Mllln, was them. Anyway there Is a public domnnd .-,
; LI The men in I I the city WecliifHilny.i : worn'Ihey. placed were on the the last table roses In front of summer'(.f him, dispel opinion that the suspicion News, lie shy will on In votes the for our Hot Bullion C'uooo- Toys, Dolls and Fancy Goods. 'Christmas Cards.
go
I k. Davis, will bn. in the late and other drinks.
the >o,1grosMi1lIll ami with did they "rollout buck the In this _
t'I a Family = city Saturday' "II' $friiiiidnv I I" I. Just bhiHlius'of hits excellent an he slowlyiittmed county. We have a fine assortment of Inspect our stock before buying it will pay yon,

n always 1 '" appieriateM ( .h. HlfiilliiK anay frnni WashInutmi. for I his npprecltt. Ion of tho gift. Dentil of .T. S. North. Fine" anti Smnkers Articles. CIgars
... a iluv or two Oil biiNlnesH-ami Itahn'tll.ihitieftI I Ctoveinor Junulugs starts on" elowly and, Touuooos. Man like tluiue
'serviceable (Jlftaa
II, I l hiinliirn, Hlicr Ills style Is ponderous. ills cuiupllniimts J. 8. North, died an honored citizen olWelaka sort of things for Christmas gifts. c:. E. RCAliC> N
Monday ,
when those tyftajiurtuke : I h: William Hi'trlKtir, n wcll-kiiown I appear' to be the result of labored on morning Our Fine French Candle.
-- the 7th lust. after Illness of
I::: clli/.i'ii or the western part_ of_ the. effort In the command language.. Hi weeks. -, an two put up In pretty pound boxes
LI: county lino bm porkct picked jf ,IUIn wanted to say something pretty but ho Mr. North was one of the best- also ranks appropriate gifts to 3ppcinl Discounts to Sunday_Schools.
III more. or 1sa I.i money while riding on the street BtuniMod In the Buying ant! the lutendeileITt anybody.Churches. .'
II known men in Putnam county and : .
and Bohoola -- -- -
I, of that 1 II. car lant Haturdity nfleriioon.There 'ct was lost. his death has cast n gloom over WeInka Sunday
S Exclusivenest which ) l Is. a feeling( nl>1'I",1 In the In the main Oov. Jennings matte a where he has resIded. and held contemplating Chilslmns Trees A. E. WILSON QBO. E. WELCH T.B. HEBRILL
11: : I Hit bus greatly Improved should. sea us about supplies of
: city I hat the Hon. JlinJ. 1'iitimin Calhonn good speech. an honored place In the esteem of the PBBSIDKNT. Vies FaxaiDioiT. CASHIIB.
Ii: goe with t) I. him 1>101'e than n'paid lIlly idil I-. eliioo Ids appearance In Tuliitkn three people for 82 Nuts and Candies.. \
,' III vatlon which IIH may have feltimnilUtnrhin years ago. It was only toward the last Mr. North years.came from SagInaw ria Nul. .nd m"h Fruits.I. : THE Putnam National Bank
1 ,
real I
\ F 1? lst3l I ILI : pluminton hlcoiiHclenc. <*. that he showed .any tendency to warmth Mich., and engaged orange grow! L. A. SMITH,
TIme bulk of hIs effort
Tim) ladles|| or St. Mark church or oloiiiienee. hog and merchandising at W..lllkn..ln
.. (
We have )11' tk flm Of Fa.la.t.ls.a.
statIstics
t. LI was coullned to notes and dry
k 1 n I irullil m..toll Wr>iln" I' t: t'I Hall nnd ,apptoprlnted. tin) showing Ids anlilevenioats as govuruor.Ho He retired. frol\1l\.tlve business several ------Q.--" '

t' .' g ElegantNeckwear II I rioin tlm fun J reel...'.. fionttlie, rent ... bad roiluood the bomlud. debt Interest yeals, ago amid slnuo the death til We solicit the accounts of the people throughout'Putuam County,, anil tender all
, II II: <' hazer for repair woik on into and did some other things; and bad his wife has passed! most. of his summers the noui'twins onooinraiHlatlons consistent with Rood Rnnklnit.FALATKA. .

III I. rlor of chin ch. tried to execute the law according to the with his children at Avon, LadiesKid u__ __ _'u _, __ _,__ _______
/
Uecauso he had been
lOiiHtltiitlon.
I
,
g : The conirri'untlon or !Sf Murk faithful at Tallahassee. according to his Coon Deceased win senior warden of the S ---+- --==. : .--=:::::::.
'L U church In. for I the fipendy m-
t I.' in ]Modish Pattern1 II I i (roverv of 1 MB linpinir!| I'm"y've"eux: / who own In modest Washington. "estimate he lie could gate be"Hob"faithful thin Rplsconul., kind.. c'uiroha n..lghllor.Blld. consistent was beloved(CitrIc -=== :I\:1.\ tnar.c.: :Ib.aJJXl.a.O'9': : :': ; "- -
New
tnmod l from !
: but recently i 1 Ia\ls credit) for oollo- ting the Indian Gloves.We FLORID'
II. "link. JHI plncp, in tho choir lies by nlll"ople. Thin dentil of no one .
Much of his ta'k
claim fuuil
War was
: tI Exclusive. idt-as inI II II. 'boeii vacaiifc tot long now. devoted to tbe matchless record of Buna- oil widespread I/en of Welaka sorrow. could cause more .------:. Drugs, Chemicals Druggist Sundries 'I

t 14 Jti'V. A, I.. \Woodward finntor oSt. tor Tallaferro. In this be oonllueil himself His in total occurred from the Patents.
NegligeeShirts I.t. I. .. JaineH M K.: church, left on Wed solely to whit' be considered the Episcopal have in stock avery '
4 I I church Welaka on Tuesday PRESCRIPTIONS OAREFULL.Y OOMPOUNDIED.
t. for Iiiike to bu ..H.nt. nt sonltor'i/ .
I: Monday' City pr Junior sins omission. Ha I .afternoon, and the entire town attended complete line of -
nk I ho sl'sHlolI1I| of the FlorIda aiinuaconference appeared not to be able to find.a. y .slus I mark of Toilet! GARDEN .."D. A..nUl Mallorjl Bteanuhlp
n II. of his. church. The pon'jrri'Krttlon of commission. Every little while some, as a respect. The J.aJit'8 lUuck and Colored .. :. .
n nhsenulvs were conducted his
by
n I I of hit. James has iinaiilmoiiRly lime othnulaitt. In the audlunoe would Rev. O. H. Wnrd. The Interment pastor Kid! Gloves. -
--
II II, 'llHlied, 1 fur lilxjretuin. behind somebody and applaud some
get was in the family lot at ()lLk-
3n Elegant I Our eateenieil cout..mrorary. the of the governor sentences. But as a' wood ......metery.Mr. 'rIlE' O gloves are fittedat School Shoes "'EJ".EtI:

t' n I: rinipH-lforaltl whole the audIence had "cold fttut. ." The I' North Is survived by his. four the ntore.: ; ,
El II long letter flom Hon. li. P. Calhonn. governor consumed an hour and a half, children-Mrs. John Dal low of Welaka ,
; 3LJ Suits In which that ufentleinan not got a patient, respectful bearing and I and Dr. John I,. North Mrs.H FOR Lead and Zinc Paints.

n i only advocated, hilt predict the elec made some frlnnrisPiof. Woodford and Mrs.Jiispph Wood- An exclusive line .of :
j,:. S I.. Moil of (Inv. Jpiiiiinjj; to the United W. M. Holloway ot GainesvIlle ford of Avon, Conn.' All but the latter Boys and Girlsat -----I. II
That are equal to the iI; States senntorsblp. lanHdato for State Superintendent of daughter were presentKov. Silk Shirt Waist Patternsand '

i bunt. Custom,.Made[ I I L. A. Smith, the popular confec Public Instruction was next Introduced, Dress Trimmings. price? to( suit you. .From WaU l toper. Window Glaus.Fine
.u. I hait. bni-n In Now York But the hour was late and many of the N. -Williams IH NotHeeklngrijK'e I
u 1 tI.mer.who $I.IS to $1.75. ,Come and Varli8hes) Kalsoinine! Etc.New' .
audIence had the "put me In my little Ladies and Misses
u Fineline I: HIM t piiHt three inoivtln Btmlvlnur art -Will Take
: u bed" fever.,. Many encouraged. the feelIng wee them. '
I, aHapnpllin the National Academy Wln.t In UUou Him. Ho .
lerY
u u I J or 11-11", l lii. pvppctrd. llollli today. and went homo Tlley nilssod some- Editor Pnlatka News; Gilt.. Papers 15o double
u Overcoats II: \1r. Smith will probably remain here thing. Prof. IIi>llowny la .a man who Best Shoesfor roll
Dour 111'-1; notice. In this week's Fall not!, Winter and up.
u 1, for a month\ loukh lug nftnr liln bUHl-. knows bow, (a gut his audience good TallahnHseean' a cHppimr'Trom the

$ .. u u I. cells atfnirH linfore iPturiiinK to his fluttered and ,keep them su.. lie told of News to the effect that I hud relinquished .MILLINERY.Kaic Men and Women Every
Pafatka
:
Fancy E.
u Hosiery II: art Ktlldlen. : the hot times bu had. buen having In his my chnrge In Texas and expected pair guaranteed Trices $ E. DODGE, l Fla.
u tr&tne county with bU opponent. Hupt -- I.SO
I Rev 1\1', K. L. Honiker former to to Lake City amid make
Kid Oloves.n I: and it 'Ihen he go Next to Gay Lemon;
chpireii Hboi'ts was funny. recited to $ Bros., lit.
7 n I: pastor nf Ht. Jiiinen In thin nn ctTort to secure yeappolmuttnatttPalalka. to L.Lucas.GOOD .so.
brief Ills
(n 1. HndV..cln"RII, in autobiography a >
'ify. Rpnnt. Tnemlny .. -
g ClLI: Stylish Hats, (In p I the pitv, IpavtiiK, In the evenlniro I of modest his manner and shoved He al-o soinntblng showed I relinquished my charge In Tcxni Pull line of Dress Shoes.
Cl.- I the latter g: Initial I.. BeHHloiiH or tlm Klorklil conference. why he thought Mr. sheets had outlivedhis closed It* year on November Correct prices atII.JacQbson '' -
oOloliil, unefu'DOB*. s. M..
I. Uolloway
: IIi I. Dr. Honiker dons. not expcelinrolurn was brief. He had respect for hi. audiences 4th. Preferring not'to become a Wood that bums frm,'wood that Let Us .
the ol member of that I
tn i'tilmto scene conference return
i: Handkerchiefs I
0 hIs last year's lubura.R. tired foilIng and his own throat cd to my own-the Florida. works equally right, either for '. ,

;q1I t in Silk flIRt Linen, I.I.. t). Mooney makes. a eiieolally wbluh had.. got But raspy ba caught from overtaking the people InAlaohu. While In I Palatka love the, Methodist which has congregation cooking or heaUng purpose. Palatka Fla.Our Know Your
Bend
I this week which never your order toROOKS'
-
c hlr/ol'"allnOllnc.lIt/ ha constructed of the
.
and saw was
r 1a4 they
lot Fancy,Vests I. ntn, bn pniflraulv rend by housekeepers. right material for a good state superintendent. clone ine anything but good, I have
lOt Ills. "I..rltl.. .. filled with bargains never entertained a disposition to secure Cash '
I. Ha has hundreds of warm Competitor say
t 14I'; Suspenders etc. In I the //oI'IIU : .IJ. I.I. %four Inspect Ion,especially I Ihoso who -a .10. or any other place. I go to theconference Wood Yard WE ARE CRAZY
t: I. in. making I Christmas' trifle. iloslre to Account of I'.IUii. to take any mission, circuit there will ba ground 'of oomplala -
1'lae'Jare ] few of on no
ony a I. contribute to the comfort and el"- or station to which I may lie ...- audwewill yon Thono 8.
.k t: the articles we couldsugggest of home lire. "brutal mnrilor wa coiiimltted. at polnte, by Bishop. W 11.011. ', For putting in such a heavy at the quality.W .
!gullies '
14 Edgar laatHufiircliiy evening at a negrofesMval. -> Hoping that will give this .
you no- Stock of have all the leading
.. I. "()iii bug, louII"lIl1'h" In. promised' Horaco Davis. a negro, rice .11 much protnl""lIceee the one New Crop .
!' n of which 14 all who alto,,,,, the performance) of shot and .killed Fred White another that called It forth, I am.yours truly Pine Furniture and House
t"I t"I any one !'!My Uncle from New York" onmpaiv negro. The trouble Is supposed to N. H. 'VILLJAJlIIo. BREAKFAST CEREALS
'hI a would plenxe 1 14 at Ihe flr.cr'. house this (Friday) have grown, out nf a dispute over Tallahassee, Dee.'. IDUB ofGarden Furnishings, VABI-i,
n 14I. veiling. The company Is. com posed who stood Hr..& In the atfuctlona of a and tolling At such low and they are all of the FRESH
"" the average Illan.T I. of the "tlalneslxiiough Sextette," dusky lainseU White was .allot Jo -The Howe SliowsA S prices. EUY. Nothing get. musty or mould In
14 : \ But we believe that honest this stock
< "Till'Vunl"rf,1 fob's. prymuasts; the Htomarii ab .close ra.ng with a plane \ don't keep our
a 14 14 fart Marshal comedian pretty //oI'lrlll. double-barreled shotgun. Davis has A show of-real merit will always good at low prices will win iiPalntlttt we ...UI&-It.. going out and Doming lo

14 minstrel part and .many other musical escaped to the brush and all elforts to IC"'neral'pllbllc.receive 'liberal, patronage and Howe's/ from UrontI.olldooi the Seed ns they have "'In'10, all the time..

'I 14F and mirth-provoking novelties. find him have thus (proved futile* Bhow 1s an Illustration of other cities.. If you will come We make a leading specialtyof

I M. S. BROWN 14I. His Exc,110nc7, ,Uov* \V.S. Jeninirs coroner's> Jury'-.has -called It-premeditated this. fact. The press all over1- the in and look at our goods and the beet
afternoon
I WedueHilay nnr<
n spent
I.I.. country haa'onlT words of praise for .
\ the pricoa
I note will
I think
the ,
and night In the city. During .11 -L.- this show. One you
I. "llow 's and
paper Cheese '
: sajoi Butter
TO KCVEST cuonr. ,
: l'I 14 arterniHin the I governor! imule many HOW London Bhow. gave two performance forFall so, too.
Cl I. oills upon frlvnds cud business. men It will be ioixl new to the mothers of lit this. cltr l bust Monday-anti Teas and 'Coffees.We !
14 mil seemed pleimod to again visit small chIldren to learn that croup can be universal satisfaction F. A. GERBER & SONS, .

LI Clotni r oMGent's I.14LI 1'nlii'ka. I lf" prulmhly noticed the prevented. Ihe Drat slgu of croup Is gave the attractions were the best Many everseen }Furniture and Undertaken. ,'
condition of lbs li>'mon street pavr- boant"n..s. A day or two txifore I tha attack In this city. 'lbs work of Valentino have a "ery fin.llend. 1 ot Colten at .;
14F 111 ell t. but ..i iiiuriitely refrained the oldld becomes hoarse. ThIs Is and wife on the trapeze PlantingAt Just'rouml the corner on Front street, 15 cents or I pounrtsrtar-ilS cents thst I

rCl f'om, .exprpsHlnjr an opinion. The soon followed by a peculiar rough one of the f..atllr..aof tb.aliow. Their was .: I Thooe 04. PiLATKA: FLA.WANTED. you can't daplloate tils: city at BM( per
Cl rr Vews ac"nowledle" n pleasant >o,,ll oongb. Give Chamberlaln'e dough Beniedy work la flrst-olase throughout' and pound

1 II, F1oief i r r F. from t the fcovernnr and fuels greatly freely*soon ae the child becomeshoarse. easily. place them In the front rank .-To buy Pelt In Pucks. f We oaa also supply yon with the very :

C' F lonoreil In the cIrcumstance. Joe or oven after the rough cough ef performers in their line. The cycle Plymouth Rock WYlldOI.t, an" J"K" : highest grade Coffee.' S
s: rLI Jennings[ Is a faithful reader of this appears, and It will dispel all symptom I whirl wa startling and] merited horn chickens, Also a. few iucubS. OBOCEBIE8: W8DMUon'
paper having been on our' subucrlpl of eraup. In this way all danger end 'the round of applause the act received. -' tora and brO
C' PtiIaIkii [flo.II uo"l list aovernl, years. The paper Inurn .. anxiety may be avoided. Thlsrotuedyl Isuaad Many other features are deserving City .D'rugrStore. hire of machine egg capacity, conItlon / ,*
; has elideavorppd to ba helpful to by many thousands of mothers. and of special mention. Large and prlco wantrd. Address
IiCI him, both morally and politically, hiss never been known< t.. f u1C Is, In crowd attended both performances: P. O.. Box 60, Wade Alaohna Co. L. C.,:STEPHENS,
n 7 I ,
mil In all his future .eareer whether the only rommly that can always be Flit.i | >
faot. ,
7 This ,Is one of the shows that Is clean \ -& lit '
., IIICu ot Brooksvllla or s'mother interior. depended upon and that Is pleasant and and up-to-date and give its patron' 00 tal and Morrii BU. Fatatka,'fl..
town. we trust lie will not be ufl- */. ta tate Sot tale by Xokwman all It advertises, and our cUUeni will Mn. Puddy's Centra Ixim1fo Kirby ,
all"
mindful pf that help, \ OQ atree'- for obtok.ou IWct 0111I'.1-' Oi-Te1ephoas' 84 StIll we wm brlog
\IiIttwart. ,: .. ".. weloome (ti, return t' .. 10 Urooorl... I good* to you! ,




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