The Palatka weekly advertiser
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087245/00155
 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 30, 1904
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -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
lccn - sn 95047296
System ID: UF00087245:00155
 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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... PALATKA I FLORIDA, FtllDAY, DKCKMBKll I ] 80; 1904. $1. Per Year.
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Will Be Laid
Pearnside I Iwr.JU..t Out Six Miles ;
Clothing Co. West of Palatka on G. TP
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Chicago--Company Hat Secured
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20,000 Acres of Fine i

We are grateful to the people of Palatka and Putnam Farming Land. c

County for the Greatest Trade Year in the history of Tim Southern Unionisation con

our store. puny[ of Chicago IIIIH purvhimpd or F. ,

It has been II. Hafor of thl -fll.v, :20HM! ( ) acres' of SALE 4
our constant aim to give Best Values inClothing i
lain! a few nilh-s west of Palntka of[.
the (I. a. & F. Italhvny.

The tract purchased. by tile company ( : '

SHoos Heitsv wore what, was known ns ha

Hodges tract of IS.ouo: ((( norm" and the
Begins Saturday Dec. 10 and \ :
Hafor tract/ of over iMMH acres. Am ,
and all things that MEN and BOYS wear. That our those who are 10 judge: of liirrtHitate t

efforts have been appreciated has been shown by our that these'> tracts pmbra a Vflrv will continue till Jan. 1 1905. ]

steadily advancing sales. large proportion of time Helmut, lalld'," ,
to b.. .
rOUl1dlll1)'wh..r. In Florida. --

Our Holiday Trade was the biggest in the history of It IB l the purpose of tint Chlciigoompany x-"' Seea few of the many bargains we.are offering: ----'- J

the store and fully satisfied our earlier prediction to sub-divide I I. holdings .J!:':

that prosperity has again come to our* people. We Into small U'nctlllllld 'lo Hull tile,, bulk

thank J&:: .' of It to actual settlers from th,
you. : .i
.. hold Silk and Dress Goods Men's Furnishing
There are still some people who need Clothes. To them
company tg organl/ed on a
we would say: Wait for our announcement of Big capital basis l of \sto.Uliu! pharos; of membership Department. Goods
Dep't.Here .
Bargains next week.EMaMgJAMta&TOE divided Into stock eertlll

cates of $10 each thus securing, a 36 in black Taffeta $1.35 value will be found the latest ]

: :: : : '!:BTraMaa. JM: aTLTLil.llFearnside :! : :! ,.{- : ,II JI.U..u.u: UU-Li-I.J: : 1U-I.1Q{ wOI'klllgC"plt"lol; jt00,6OOaesouu usHold. .}3 going at, . . poc Styles and Newest Patterns in ,lf
,.. i in Habati all colors if{ '
Th will sultlcseut 27 poc Neckwear, Dress Shirts and ,
company reserve a *
I value going at sic Fancy Hosiery Men's Sweaters ':
number of acres lot' it town .J!:

Clothing Company, which will bb hiintediiitely laid out !3 20 in Taffeta, all colors, 85C val. all prices and quality, Hen's 1

and Improved going at. ,
by building dwelllnB( ,, 710 Underwear going at low prices '

school house, churches, stores, mid 55 in Broad Cloth $1.35 value that will astonish you. y' : \ -
Palatka Florida. streets. The part for fl1l'mhll will
going at. .
also be divided. Into farm tnictn.. b .ooc E I }
44 in Black Voile $1.35 value
The company will reserve every "Jf Hat Department. .
other tract. going at goc

Kuuh purchaser of a tlO) share will 40 in Serge, all colors, 85C value 1 Lot Hats, 75 cent value going 4 t'

-- be given clear deed to a city rtslduuuulot. :;i(' going at sic at " 48cgoing
Two sharos will stemonInisluusH
the 1 Lot Hats, $1.25 value
Hurrrah for
lot and
live shares a Bacretract
; ( National Convention will beHeld .s't: Domestic Department at. , 980 I

in Jacksonville Next The company will work very much I Lot Hats'.50 value goingat "Iii:

Month. on the same line us resulted tu the 36 in Good Sheeting 7C value , $1.35

New Year Great Interest Is being taken build Inn of Fitzgerald Ua."Mr. / going at. .sc i Lot Hats, $2. O value going '
throughout the state. in the work of B. \0'\ Prltchard (
of Indinniipo- 36 in Good Bleaching value .
the forthcoming National Uood h 7C at , , .$1.68 .:
lie, Indiana the general' of
HondA convention to be held In Jacksonville munngtir "' going at. . sc 1 Lot Hats, $2.50 value going y
and the shoes CURRY & LANE soil 1 ls and the company l IB now In Palatkn "-
on Monday Tuesday 1 24 in Simpson Calico -jc value at. . . $1.98
hs[ ;
of nice fitting Shoe, stylish Wednesday, January lllth, :voth! and perfecting ,plans for colony, amid I
1 Hopes 21st. It Is the hope of the projectorsthat to a representative" of the Neemade going at. .sc ,1 Lot Hats, $3.00 value going ,i .

uApp 1 Z to the minute and priced reasonably boards citizens of county and commissioners members of from the the statement but( hlscompu- ', Coats Spool Cotton soc doz at . $2.68 .

are fulfilled every week day iu the each of the county will b. present to ny expected to have fully :2UOO( new E* r
!assist In the work of the convention. settler on the ground by April
year iu this shoe emporium For Ex-Senator A. S. Mann,, lender of The uew town Into l be culled, Mansfield ; Shoe Department. Buy you children's ] ::1 ,
the good roads movement In "Florida
comfort for elegance, long i

lasting CROSSET SHOES rank, second to none. We know Metropolis In\ recent, said Interview: In the Evening The land included In this big 500 pr Mens Shoes, $1.25 value shoes of us and get 4 ,

quality, "The United States government IH! purchase embracus MOIIIO of Hit/ going at , QQC

your foot needs and are ready to meet them to a nicety. work going of to this lend convention Its strong and arm' becomeone in the very In 1 Florida.; best trucking! and potato lands 500 pr Hens Shoes, $1.75 value best value at lowest ; t.

Like to have your custom.CURRY. of its most Important features. going at 1.48 A and 'i't
It is going' to show us how to construct New Commissioners.At Ladies Shoes $1.75 value prices.. large
500 pr ,
roads, and will have a man in I
& LANE charge who Is the equal of any man the meeting next Tuesday of the. county President commissioners """--' going at , $1.49 varied stock to select !
in the world in the knowledge ofroad
Ladies Shoes value
building aud use of machlner Fennmkla will cull the old board together 13 500 pr $1.25 [ : :

"This will make a great saving j in mid dispatch any iiiiflnUhud. going at 970 from. : '

(Vatterlin's old stand.) cost often quite one-half, and when justness In hand. Then the old .JI'!' :
done have times the value of
many .
--- the. best we are able to build to-day. board will retire and/ the new board .
p- ---- will he
"The material I Is tented and its organized. l
f, fri : value fully determined before It Is The retiring members urn F. J. Holiday Gifts Suitable for Children-Dolls, Handkerchiefs ::
used. This be planed in advance :
] may earnside E John Hancock and T. J.

: = deal lln of theories.a college This as work colleges of often education Uo er.. in all kinds Silk Linen and Collon on display "i

Y member1 "
Is practical The new are L. C. Cunova -

: GAY BROS'. "Every: Interest In the cause of Edward North of HoHtwIck! and "
I f good roads Is working to make this D. Williams of McMeekln.W. in our Dry Goods Department. 4 '
;', convention a success. The souvenir'" .
Lemon Street Store, Went! Feud Store, :J i programme will be an elegant affair, D. Allen and J. C, Strickland.( t :

,'i 'PLo s Mo. a I'hono 1 No.> 8.1. ,' ., and will be devoted to every interest Members of the rotl! ring board', have 4 ,
I of the state. been re-olceted to the hew
for \ "I have arranged for its circulation If the custom which has been III We also have other to offer in other ';
:If.. Headquarters! for all that is Needed : throughout the north and west, and Bargains departments.
I firmly believe we shall turn the tide vogue for mutiny years IM! humored,
th the Table. :, of homeseekers and tourists, which L. C. Canovu, the member from Pa- trqt Come early before the best is selected. All purchases over $1.50 i :

have been going went, toward our Incomparable atka, will be made pre kl. nt of the! '
11 d New Goods arrlVln dally from only the best producers.We : southland. new board. Th. reason/ for this lies entitles you to a Handsome Piece of Glassware Free. EI
this than ever before ,fC, "When they come to the convention I ,
are better prepared :iJ ; and may be said to be about to, been largely that of convenience, HO Don't the place! ,]
to the forget
supply the to
: u pass the gateway and go out Into hat the president may be handy
':l; Table Trade. :.. : state to seek health pleasure or a fgii vouchers and other documents f "
( home, this souvenir

): Olives In Hulk and Bottles Jellies., Genuine Marmalades! Olive' Oil, Bto.rM' : should of place each before and every them programme the section advantages of nade Our out by the clerk.Tra.de., i'I
ki and Domestic Jams, Holiday
Imported reliable A. W. STRANGE & CO

: Figs, Dates German Bulslns Dill, Currants Pickets and Nuts., and all .( .' the guide"The state.to live Florida.It men should of our be state a IUI all ror Men the and observance women who of business have an condition eye } .\,Y :,

ij Evaporated Fruits : the walks of life will see to It that :;i( ,
: did not full to note (hut there 'r
Full Cream, their (interests, fully shown. y i
''i; : CHEESE Neufohatel, Swiss. American vac something doing In Palntka: Illof 421-423: ::: Len:1.on. Street '
: : Edam Young American and Pineapple. : This part of the programme Is in thehands : : EI ';
Uo :t of J. A. Holiomon, editor of last week. ,;
:u3 We have some Apple Cider direct from the press of a the Industrial Record, Jacksonville, The crowds of purchasers taxed "
farm In Connecticut. We positively guarantee It to be the ,: :, with-whom I have contracted to get he capacity of merchant Fala Florida.
:I41 genuine Juice of the apple and NO'I.}tINU ELBE., i out the programme. I wish to ap- Knqulry among the down town r.. ::a, ;::19' :1//
ft,1' of Knlnmuzoo Celery, :, peal to the editors of the state, the ,
Will also have a full supply shown the bnsln
: suitable for t' county commissioners und mayorsof business men Hiatj '
; C'rniiberrieu, MiUttKit Grapes and all fruits : cities, as well as the enterprising assore of Palatka during the week b...

::1'''the, season." ., citizens to send mo a sliort history Christmas wan-nearly./ If nut i f'
of prominent features or advantagesof 9'
: : BOTH their county, city or section. I quite, 100 per cent greater than oneear

( window and see the new : propose that this souvenir pro- )' ngo.
:'JU We want you to look Fruit In l'r at our llerve.. gramme shall contain short sketches Business booming In Palntka.. _______ 1
(1(> display of California of tbe dlflerenbsectlons III the state,

g '; and this will serve of vast advertising INTERLACHEN ITEMS. GOINGS ON IN FLORIDA. Capt. Enos Adams\ died nt Lake Mrs. Riley/ A tin inn of Paxton Fla,
advantage to those different sec 71. He shot and killed
Heluit( on Saturday aged was while attending
tions. The write-up and book will Mrs. Emily M-;:;:;; of BWdeford. was. a prominent stockholder and to her household duties on Monday,
be free. ) Me., and Mrs !Nancy H. Plummer of Congressman' Spark man l Is spend. mechanical worker In the starchfactory The bullet name. through the window .
p T. J. Cornwell. president of the defunct "1u conclusion," said Senator South Burwlck, Muss., are at the IIIII'' the holidays. at his home In at that place and entered her heart. No clue has "
WORLD NEWS. savings bank at Bisslmer, Ala., Mann "1 wish every editor In the :ake View. ?ami>a. been discovered to the perpetrator '
of embezzle state would send me Issue relating Salvation Army of Jacksonville The Southern };Kducatlonal Oolll-
has Just beet acquitted any I.ainont Gtndrn of Plsgsh} Md., The) / of the crime.
ment. When the bank failed heskipped to good roads, and the county ) and 1':. Gllion of Leominst r, gave a Christina dinner to the lion la In session In Jacksonville,
and Chas.
Amerlous Oa.. has small pox to Central America. He afterwards commissioners are requested to correspond of that city at which 01:1: people and teachers are present from all The defunct First National bankof
the soldier
here to poor
there Is a stampede for vaccine returned and made bond. with me on any point of In Masa., are settlement.E. join cat down. over the south. The state teachers. Florida has )Just paid a second
Points. of Insanity, colony at Smith Florida\ Is also holding, dividend-this time IB cent- '
He was acquitted on plea terest regarding road mat lug. \V. O'.T. U. of Tallahnasee will association per (
alleging that he was addicted T.'Bedding of Palatka has purchased The to Mrs.lov. Its annual convention In the same making a total of 4 Thomas O'Brien, notoriousconfl/of- the defense to the morphine habitA. BECTOU OF 8T. LUKE'8.I the Peacock place, and In ender. a Jennings farewell reception next 'Thursday city, since the collapse. It la stated that
Inventor W.
dense man and alleged moving his family here. the receiver may make still another i '
the gold brick swindle Is/ dead In the D. Lewis, a white man, 83 years I ASIIDCKNIIAH ONTARIO, TKSTI 'IM TO !Miss Longwell, a teacher of Winter In that city. Travis Johnson a well-knownciti- small payment. I .
French\ penal settlement at Cayenne. whose woods Chicago) Tel GOOD QuALrriKS op C1rA0axnLAIa' ark, la spending' the Ohrlwtmns VII- The Breakers at West Palm Beachtpened net of Pensacola was foully inur-
was !Nat- the Arlington The Presbyterians of the state
whppedthe near lust tiered on Tuesday at are
( the public
and COUQK: BEMBDY.AsiiBOBNUiM. catton with her aunt Mrs. L. Patrlc. its doors to
The Methodist churches in severedfrom hopeful that they will be able
Club. His h""d811 nearly to secure -'
around Atlanta contributed $\),OOO ohelMllIs.etate.itoLewlerwae being Out.? April 18, 1013.- Mrs. H. T. Mane and four childrenf "Saturday night and the Royal 1'oln- his body. John UrIHeth, a the Tampa Bay Hotel for a "
last Sunday:: as a' Christmas offering out of to the the county/ convict farm towomen I I think It is only right that I should l tell Blonmlngton III., also. \ Mrs. clam will open Jan 1-ttli, next. marine engineer! has been arrestedfor Presbyterian university The prop '
for a Methodist hospital In Atlanta. taken you what a wonderful-effect Chamberlain : > Bt. llev. Albion W,1tight newlyconsecrated I, the crime. The motive Is said to erty was once offered to the Jesultes. <
serve a etreet.OeWhiletlund a arrest, I Ojugh Remedy his produced.' ar. Protestant Episcopal have been robbrry mid declined. Too much danger of t '
Nan Patterson Is !going: to be ad- on the of .Ix white men took him The day before Easter I wee so dls.tressed winter, with Capt. Mann. bishop of Cuba, preached. In St.: ,, its becoming a "big white elephant." ,
mitted to ball, four gentlemen In II crowd carried him to the with a cold aDd cough that I did Mrs. Bennett of New York has ohna church, Jacksonville, Christ- I The city council of Tampa has
West Virginia having been found from the guard mile. from town, stripped not think to be able to take any duties alien the Harlow house. nss morning voted a unanimous resolution! ask- The Honorable Bill Lamar! congressman "
three from the Third '
who will\ on her bond. to the woods lashes the next day as my voice wee almost President Roosevelt to visit that Florida
go him sixty hue taken ing
and Mrs. Bradley of nroward will be Districha. had his +
hlBi -Kluct N. B. friends
of $ gave the cough. The same day I Oov an-
amount 60.000. him on choked by his proposed southern trip,
placed cottage for the season. next city on [ him h.'
the toneysuckle at Tallahasiee nounce ass candidate for U. S.
across order from for a bottleof inaugurated
the received an i and him of the times
Dr. G.'S West Is dead at Palestine, a train and ordered him to leave your Cough Remedy, I at once procured O. W. Willey has purchased the Tuesday. Mr. Broward and Ills h. had.reminding them when he wits good an oflloer. Senator to succeed Senator Mallory.
Toxas. He was a prominent confederate .tat. a sample botile ant, took about trove and cottage of Mrs. Marrs. ainlly moved from JacksonvllU. to In the Rough Riders under ten. But a good deal can happen in the ?j ,' '
veteran and during the civil In the Lexington. Ky.. ponce Riley three doses of the medicine. To my The annual meeting ,and/ election '1'allaliaHsea/ yesterday. Shatter In tIe' tlp"nl: .b-Amerl"an four years that are lo ensue before
war-a brigadier .l1rll'eonln charge of court last Saturday Judge old-tlm.' great relief the cough sad cold< had of officer of the First Con reKl\tloll- Admiral e of the United war. that tlootlon.BJLLIOUS. Al S'a:
the Atlanta hospitals. treated time.peotetore to an .. oompletely disappeared amid I was able church l was held] Monday. evening navy and Judge A, O. Wright weretogether -- ------ ---
cake walk. Genevlev Greene.nnod, to priiacb three times on Easter Day, The Christmas tree and entertInIDeut 1111 midshipmen on the ship An attempt was made. to assassinate COLIC PnrvswTiD V' r
The powder mills at Waverly Florida egress, and John Br that this rapid sad effective cure In 1M81. Then theyeparated D. H Spret-eher postmaster at i
know Congregational
I the Constitution
N. S.. were befor. given by Take a double dose of Chamberlain'sCollr A
some miles from Halifax clog d"noer I his lot Croom, near Brooksvllle, last Saturday
a profellilioual due to your Cough Remedy. .at the M. Wright canting!
.ald she wee ass and !M. K. Suns sy.chonla ,Cholera sad Diarrhoea n/tmed3/
blew ss
'I'hejtlrl IIr..d..thim
on Monday Twr were
up the oourt. testimonial. without solicitation and wine remaining night '
buildings at and make this .C. Church was M great/ success; the with the south soon sa the first Indication or toe di.e..eappears
loall.aud"rooklnl( the a member of a. FloridA troupe being thaukful to have found such beantlfuly decorated and" I III the Federal navy The.v did cot as hn was leaving! his place ofbusiness
church was and threatnned
The Judge a attack be
Halifax though by an earthquake. Lexlullton. for home one. of which way
vlaltlng R peotrullyyour. 'I'ue.dmorn- i
was God ena remedy. well trained In until last /
and a ho children were inset I'KI\ln wanted oh?. Hundreds of .
would chug people .110,1'tI -
John Butler and Guy Reed, ne- told them If they the cake walk E. A. LAHorzuyr, M. A.. belt part. The largo tree was IIIII' In tits Winds Hotnl. AdmiralWise took effect In the side of his face, subtnct to attacks of bilious cons 1' pia
III I The use
roHt, at Thomson, Ga., fIve a few figuree Rector of Bt. Lulu's Church. with Christmas fruit. had not seen JnoksonvllluInce onn eye. gnu: was l
!% were hanged them.a. a Chrl t- loaded I IOIl'h'd'"Ith Qua bird shot !No cluehas the remedy In this way with perfect suo- ,
on Tuesday for the murdec of Mr. K.O. lIe would rele..e readily consented To Chamberlain's Medicine Oo. Dr. Merritt Cortliell Is home from 1H 4. when ha was there on a the assasaln. ee.s For sale by Aokermao I Stewart.: ) ,
They been found to
This .1ft. I 1s for sale by Aokerman ) ,
-tttory, tbelr employer. roM half au bout "tertalned the This remedy ,It trip north M far M Valdost gunboat. *, t1L .
crime wall committed abs criminals and for -,I -
'tj tried"" and, hanged,within!*! day... court. L: r na? 1 ,

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It. Not that It U wlckedabove nth,1' :: Putnam High School Needs.1 1 P!
cities of Its class. but bocnuxc' every II I ttfii-ii
The (following ..x"lIunt, : exposition' I .

AND ADVERTISER city stands In needof, the immoral up- of I the ",'i,>l'k and necilM of the Put ultra 1 TRYST TRYST flINewuIJJ1Ie
lift which follows In the train ospecial !
Entered at the 1'alatlca postofllc-% religious effort. lllgh RC-hool, I In from, tim,- pen of Mln : ,

0 as uiallaule" matter of the ..ooud Susie::! Walton of this city, .a pupil P 5-
The devil In man I la at work all the
class.Published. The Most : "
and served ns the lending edllorln a
time and tills influence uncurbed .
at Palatka Fla., on lu tho "}Iigh\ School Gillette: a.. tin- '
tends to the town. Jacksonville
wide-open -
Fridays by PcIread. at the Clii-Utinns exercises on the a Resolutions
Is nearly that. The best antidote -

S RUSSELL.'IICKERSS. the only remedy', Is found In ,, In. Having Putnam\ High labored!Hchool' unceasingly last Friday to>> I Colds m n .", ,
!! lie Grate! Novell (in 3 o ::
W.. A. RUSSELL. !!dII.r the moral sentiment the people. : make this holiday editloi of (he.. ()*- J I't RtS <

- That sentiment is awakened HIK : suite, more Interesting and uttmct.iviIhnn ,

CHEER UP! fostered by the Christian religion.But any other issue of thti year tin, Kings, Queens, Knights and You'll do Well to trade a

"Enjoy yourself whlln thin Is mnkl..r'. editors. lire conllclont that It will H -
you c"n'1 man Ifroughton reurh extended t circle titrend"I'R I E in Tryst.i ::;
a more during
; .. said the late. Hill Nye "for you will a bad start. Ho gives the public to than lIumb..rhRS S here 1905. WesI1alIinds '
previous : .
be dead. time." any 1 The International Oiime \ .. :-\'t" .,
a IOIIR understand that he Is III receipt 01 done. Consequently we feel that .
I is. life. The who brief of the condition of tin gjimii of "Trj-Kt. baum all others J:! of high fr. \
OptlmUm man letters threatening. to run him out 01 a report I enoiiffli for children and ilei-p nnougli '
,'ow Ie at his. fate habitually who I Ie school at present and its prospects fu (lash to ; "
town provided be starts a revival i cousins, uncles and aunts prize
: I IHappy
the future should tlnd In Its grade and sell
a pl ce tI: goods at
forever about him shroudS to Hand -'Tryst' -an "
drawing a .and It Is III reply to these threat pages; that the citizens of the town ; answer" posHible "
of gloom Is slowly but surely killing that he delivers himself of the dla. and the county may have the npportunUy "Trj-Ht. / lowest prices;; s

. ; 'M" liluiaelf. Without the sunshine the tribe quoted at the beginning of this of judging of the Importune. .zt w. "
f'' flower loads a and life of the school us a factor In the cnn,
pale sickly article. Buy now and here.
muntty and the necessity meetIng 1 New
.- Neither will human kind blossom His lunguagn la not only uudigul Imperative demands.The -. 1 g .

and gladden Itself! and Its fellow fled, but his assumption of oppoul\ school now Is In a most flour- t t t !oJ .-, "
Tryst :
without looking upon the brltrntnes tlon Is-fishy. It Is a resort to the Ishlng condition and the outlook fur I Tryst Year t: : C

of things."' Therefore fake methods of the prize ring to the next is a most encouraging i : 1 !oJ I.iu
one. More pupils are enrolled that Hi: HUUU= Utn=
It Is duty to cultivate a cheerful interest in uu I.i
your arouse religion. --------
before and
ever new ones are enterIng ij
outlook a duty you owe first 01 Men In this age do not threaten weekly. Our corps of teachers iTs -- --- -

nil to yourself and second to others. ministers or seek to Interfere with an minimally Stl'OIlone! neV..r1.1./ ). tractliiK! new 'pupils and in providing I.i

As to yourself: their legitimate work. Respect for lowing the nonslderatlon of troubl Hullcient Hocomndatlon for them 1
S to deter them from IncreBHinB our facilities
undertaking anything nut well tut bv
Pessimism Is slow suicide and religion Is unlversHl. You will find ...."dlnlto\ the betterment of for work and recreation. Our school ""

i therefore immoral. What you thin! this respect In the haunts of vice. It the school. While we sUQ.uld enjoy at: prcHnnt' ; rnnka fur !Ohm,1 l of thn ,

determines what you are, mentally even has a hold on those "Floi-ltl a morn intimate acquaintance with town itielf nut xlrree the city is iin ,,

and (to some extent) physically devils." the Superintendent and Members t.r province promising to bdoouie one of ,
S 'j the C'ouiily Hoard we are confidAnt the moat Important cities in the
r I 'Asa man thlnketh in his heart o If Mr. HrouKhton! comes to Jack from tile excellent condition of i inlliilrs Btntn the school muHt not bo allowed ,

Is he." Many a man has failed III sonvllle or any other Florida city .educational that, they in UKbe to full behind. ,

I' business because he looked on the with a purpose of preaching the gospel 1 exceptionally' efficient. The slate him mnondc-d. the constitution l"I l"Il"Ii"ti"tM M M r.r.r r.r. r.Mi"t i"tM l"Il"I i"ti"tl"l.i"t rr rrrrr rr.
Another timing that argues an en- to allow an increase' of two
1. dark side. Cultivate inonta he need have fear of
a sunny no b..llIg"run --- --
S couruglng' future for the school I Itt mills In the maximum tnx for education -
attitude. You have many anxieties out." Hint thu -town Itself Is progrexHlugand ; our Muter-counties are bonding ,. B. WILSON, GEO. E. WELCH T, n, MEBIULL,

: t' nnd sorrows? Granted. But why We have the word of Moses and therefore all of Its Institution thoiiiHelvra to provide Rood PUBBIDENT. Ymca PltKniDltMT. CAHHIBB

: .: emphasize them? Compare your the prophets and many nod fearing must advance.' A new railroad track roads and schools. Wo cnn not
is. and station will ntford to" let Putnam county Ian behind THE National Bank'J
S those have being laid a soon Putnam
with who times
ten your earnest ministers of the gospel 111 wl'l- J
C be erected; the town Is being surveyed In a mutter so vital to her
sorrow and cheer up. And above Florida, yet some of us are uluaved. for an approved new sower fare. Our students are to do theirpnl.t.

all- And we opine this will still be the /age system and two of the.. primiclliaistreets and the reachnra and members to make Of Fa.la.t.lc.a.

; Don't pity yourself. case after the return of the inessen are to be paved Immediately, of the educational board are unusually tractive.
Property has greatly increased III active 'and nhlo.l !tjo:: citl"..ns the aoaounta of the people throughout Putuo.ni County anti tender all (
1 The man or woman who gets Into from Atlanta. : '
t ger in value, and vacant houses- are at a of the county and of the town. In the the courtesies and accommodations consistent with good Dankln!!.
: r S that state of mind Is lost. It is the MATTER-AND FORCE. [)I'"mlulI1. New families are constantly parlance of the day "It is up to you"" for the .

I ,. last stage of the disease. called pesillinium. moving in, and one of tin to. make your school the best in thestate. --- -- -- ----

Th.lr tmatmtrmatlttllUr. Proved b,.. most potent forces in bringing I then Bed -+ + ==--= :.

., As to others: .........'. K.mouii Axiom. is the opportunity of providing fortheir ; Maybe -== J\'l. .a.xr.l.: Jb.arcl.a.cy: :: : : == S
children a really good eduvaclou. -
r About you are those who haveS Mr. Spencer has said ("Flrnt Prlncl CUBM PAUALT8IS. PALATKA. FLORIDA.

: ,: the science of pies" page 182)) that "tlio verlUcntlon of This Influx of is of W. s. Balloy. P. O. True... Texas, Paint :
never! pondered enJoy- new pupils been list Chemicals Druggist Sundries
writes: "My wlfnhad sulTorlng Drugs ,
the that Is Indextructlble --1
truth matter
: !;' munt. They are miserable by preferance. course" one cause for the congested with paralysis In bur arm when I Patents.
rests only upou 11 tacit assumption of condition which prevails in the
A glimpse of your hopeful It." "A tacit assumption," with no rntlonnl school at present but even without was pnrsuuiloil which to cured usu bAr Dullard's all right.Snow I : : PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY 'COMPOUNDED. S

i face may lighten up their lives and basis for tIme assumption, wouldbe them we should be sadly hanipermon have Llnlmimt alto used it fnr old BOreR frostbites Xn; FUE8U GARDEN BEKD. AnenU Mallory. Slot,, '. .

give them hope. Because 110 verification; it would b. a guess. account of lack of space.In and skin erup|,lous. It does the with any tIme sssssssssss+isseassss ssSouthern*:=- "'- :.... =-_ ""= .
f Cheerfulness Is contagious. The truth that mutter and lOI'ctlllr.. indestructible the high school room are the work. 350, r.0u. *i 1.00.() Sold by Ackur- S

"Misery loves company" but itt rests upou a better around conditions especially tl'ylnfor, In man A Btewnrt's. PulHtka add Louncls New
this room there Is an enrollment oseventy
really loves cheerful coml'allY.Von't thug an assumption. It is the inevlta pupils with a seating CII- Drug store Oreeemt City.DELICIOUS.

visit It with a long face. Its ble corollary of .Newton's Third Law pacify for sixty. Those desks, too, Railway

face will grow longer. lie a beamIng of Motion which U accepted as the are made for only one occupant nod ,
fundamental axiom of physics ",1.0every It Is consequently extremely uncomfortable ,
t sun and watch Its countenance EFFECTIVE NOV. 6.190*.
action there an equal and opposite for those who are compellei
.shorten and broaden.TRAINING to share/ their desks. Again, few : -
reaction. If there could be a We S
single case In which mutter and fore school-rooms are properly ventilated. Fruit Ice Creams, Sundics, Milk Two Veetibtile T..u Eee'. No:16: 1108' NrIut an" West.
F. FOR SUCCESS. and an over crowded room, the atmosphere. .
I are annihilated then Newton's axlou being full of chalk-dun lihn f's. Ice Cream Sodas { & I.koollvlll.. FIt......., lIy WSi. 7 Mm\ ,. L. Jaoksuavlllo, Fla. ..., II. S
.5 Fathers and mothers handle their would be untrue for In that case reaction from the bo"rdll.l1ust be injurious to In.,,". ..5 5., ity. 11 "58 a 10 11I.' I.v I."I", lea .mtu ity II i; S
children lln different and Savanalu. G. 1111 lIy 1...II 12 I"""., Ar Moo.... 011. .so Sty is- I
a very manner. would fall to follow action. Th the health of the students but not t'"mbhl.. ..........., it. 8'" II 61.... Ar AII.II". Ua ....... 81. lIy. 'ar
I As a rule mothers soften their children turning of something Into nothing by only Is it unlieaUhftil.. it Is unjust to All Kinds of Refreshing Bummer:\ CIII"'o' 110 lIy 9.0) P 5 //If,. Ar auo, Oa ..__.....a. lIy '\1
the destruction of mutter or fore both teacher and pupils. t.reotmasre..S., lIy U 1IiI. If M. .r iliiltou Cia ... ......" lIy "
endearments and rescue -" Drinks at- LavluI.... .. .. to.lIv I 4111' .1 las ArVIustmaosa, Tcau.14o Ity '
: them from discipline. Fathers would break the succession of vsus It- should not be forgotte that Ar Loxlutom: ::,: ity..l.J:, a '.: ';'I

i not lenient are and effect! of) aetlon cud reaction and these seventy pupils are__divldei itiukuuuiid" 8n ity S semI 0..211 AtC.II", ,,". Olilo..Qa. ,,1.1......
so havlug rubbed againstthe five and three. L A SMITH ;;--
consequently the theories of the Indestructibility among grades/ as Lv"II""fllI' Q. Itug Fuul' vrLll1cbhu.
world. of matter sod of fore classes recite at every period, iliu .. .. aiiTir4ir1. : ArchIcaifo. 111:..,..lag I'ou'l
I There are two schools of necessary confusion caused by their! Lemon Bt., I-ullitkH. Vh.rl..I".lIIo tIo Ry< S 1\0\ a 0 tOm 1..010..11111.11.. 0 ": S
opinion have their roots la Newton's axiom. In interchange is not Inconsiderable I We ,". ,,. '" .... ..H..lly 041111 911'rCh"(' '"""., .. ...l'eLlon.1 '. S
not well defined perhaps but non the law of or Finest Lute of Coutnutlona In the State } Baltluro' '' It It it ISIS II ml' Lv Cluelasaau :--.1'
great and 1)
consequences It will be seen that two : : : : : ; !! A :
readjly liil"' .... I4imP 9&'PS : .. .. .. uU". I-- ;
., .
the less In existence, about the of compensation of bnlance. -_ Tobacpo Pipes Cigars.WflTCHES. kinds. .. .... .v .
"S proper qulvaleact urades are always studying in the N. Yo.k ....I'll II 0 ...,!.!....-
--_ Lv I IlIolulI.1I .. ....U H. .. ,' .
-., : method of training youth to sustain .-From "Balance: The Fundamental roo.n."while recitations are !going cit ) No. ILI-"No. VII.k .n.1. Fiorl-ta' Exurree'' Ar Ts.l.ds. .. ....V I U.. 1'\ .ii '
: the shock of battle in life and escapeS Verity," by Orlando J. Smltb. Jurlng every period. By taking thus In the 'S's,.. 1'lIlIm..n uiruswuty' Kooflu'" Hi'upiasg' C" A.Doln.lt .. .. .... t' ii e; .. .
5 strong and victorious. average of the pupils remaining 111 have ., .. Port Tammila. J".k.OIlVlllo au" New I.v IJIllnl"II..U., ... P. Lluioe, cTork. :-"--:-
Mils room during each period we Fancy l Ar Fltteuurg..Pit' ldmuoej I t
Some::! are for the hardening FREEBOOTERS. o-"W..hlnllluu al F'a.' LIntied.. Daily ':'
pro- find that several times there are R.. 1..II."u.loV jj------.. .....BI" "I".lIIe -i'
.t cess. "Throw the .boy Into the many as UCty-five, and at no titn 'ulll"o: 10 New t',515tm' 61..ojf. Car. A.O'.V"It.II.' ....., :.IIIM 01l'1'.. .11": .......
stream" they "and let him I. 1I.u.: Tk.?. Wr St... Troop- less than thirty. It U simply impossible (U. u. Viilfli a SpeciaUy.) Best .- = Lv I."IIIII'UU.,, ..... ....110 ny, ;-;;;:-
say ors, la Ireland Buvtrotter*. Luu..vUlu.. ... s" ny ;. ,-.
swim for for any teacher to properly There two kinds of watches Through "The L..n".f Iho sky: 1 No 30 ..
Iti; the way to teach one to are J !i' 11' Lo!!' : ..!! r,1
S S. Mows troopers In olden days In England Instruct a elans whileoverseeiug that the watch for show nnd the watt h for Fruit, : ==
bear hard knocks Is by experience Infested the marshy country of number of rustless boys and girls: ,iaokse.vummlo. 'Ia ...... Ro By Viii P If.. 13-"Tbe FI..rlda LlIOIllrd,. .1 I, 5,111,
- m "..U. 'lhe wise man looks for a good savatmah. Ca ... .. vesiibsteu'ali Ib..UK" dsy cuts.. ) ,,",
'I with hard blows, and If he Is to TI bright pupils. take IIdvnntal.fher So ny IU lilt
ever e
LIdd subsisted .
dal and
>* chiefly by !
t moveiuout. Cases rlou matter so Cereals, O"'UIII"' S C. ....80 ny G Slim) nlaa.'oplll.oar.Jn..n.lllc. 'loll
$ amount to anything he must tight rapluo. Such freebooters lu Ireland unavoidable destruction and the much. A reliable. movement will A.hevlll. NO. ....... so ny I lisp' = =- ------- ,
S 1 dull onus plod alonur! without the required Wheat U"UIrl"K., NO. .. .s, iiy. V 'up"
for his life. called lora time In buta
were bogtrottura, apparently explaumiitiommsV's feel satislied I keep Ioort a cheap| \ '"
movement Is of little actual ...... ..
similar LolOl.\lIIe
TJje defenders, of the hardening rOtlIlOD.air I poor So lIy 8 Sc' "'
Walter Scott In the "Ley of the that measures will be taken to use even If cased ID gold and set Sit "Lsti,1. .... .... ....SoUI' 4MI' f..I.'k..vll\\..... .. ss. lit ---
process can point to the fact that the provide for the Increasing proportions with dlamonda. Might as well get Oinrlmtistt..Ohio..q, III i C R it.. i5v a'emus .....................111 "4 4No. :
over-solicitous parent who follow Last Minstrel Introduces the word of the school as. soon- as the empty cases as cases tilled with unreliable ,,,-V"111 Iummnsn I"'II-Honm' lund\ At .'01""" ......... .. ... t'ltY 11
I the child's foot steps endlessly amid thus: the conditions attention are of properly the brought And to movem..utsVe carry In : .1 :ills.elll""Vllr be.W..1I Jack."vlI\"au.t\ ; : :::',;'.h', .. 'to:: Ry ;5: .
A fancl.4 lhe boy people. wo '
moM trooper. ,
stock the hoist movements to ba had, Ar Ilillijlum.ul. Atsi.'I. ty '
euro the winds do not too The truncheon tor a spear bealrod would like to beg, that while they Ar Nonlplml :t'smn .:. ..russo .1
1 Bharply blow on him, who stands between And ruund the nail right merrily are providing an addition to time with oases to suit your fancy., If you Hums, l Two Ar K...". dlY. .,...., .trt-.5, _
want Watch for holiday Trains
him and all In mimic foray rod. building Itself, they! would also lu- a preecuitcme Bacon ; Daily Lv ".11I1.1.1. ......... : : 'J
responsibility. This name was also given to marauder crease and Improve the playgroundsA and lot U8 you something :. Ar Use sermags... Arll .. ''A, ...
nets for him and does his thlnkin reliable. we alto have other useful T -
for him (hide that upon the border. Mr. Camdciu bull-ground! for the boys and a'' articles for holiday gifts. \Vashington: and N" 13-'Tlle Flotisia. LImilosm'' ,,,.lmViiU., ; ;; ,
' r the most carefully court for the felt to be
calls them borderers and describes girls are a necesslty and ian Drawing Room eiu.s1.tug .lr 015,00'
nurtured lOud closely guarded and the outlay in providing :N.e York JRCk.novIU.Bumh'IIII.n: '10 '", 11' aM
young them as a wild and warlike people H. L. Ernest In a K..a.ou,. I
S these would be amply repaid by the
man is without the "
capacity to act
'I' "They are called moM troopers. says Increased. Interest and pleasure of Call and -- -

.1 S alone because some one else habueu I Fuller In a long account of them In his the students as well as by the con Lemon Street, *. Palntka Flu., r to find AttRlVALH AT 1AUKSOSVILLM.
acting for him and falls lamentably "Worthies of England." "because they sclousness that need/no such
we longerfeel Vrom New Y"rk,Wltiutgtnn' eto.-N.,. 2II."W..hlnll"' ,. ,
a" Firmii LliuImosi) m
: to stand up under the dwell lu the mosses and ride In troops ashamed to have a stranger pass : IlUtli vtll.llllnu.ucl".tl.. Ol'stbtnstsgim. .'0 -s.,. It "rrlnrlI..llmU.d", 5-la. ,s. .
S weight of responsibility and together. They dwell In the bounds our school. By the expenditure of a BUY vouLIQ9Rs L. C. t.rilui' Kssea. <'I'y. ".M.uulpIll. DI'IfII"Sllnmc.'o. KI.. U. "t'P'iormma' I.lmul L.l'., : .J ,a
care mmmi tunclulatl. AJohevUl.N..,. As. .
.r..W."hllJ'.u asl 1'1.1" I.mntuiel, S 1 S
dollars 01.
few extra the house itselcould .
or meotliitr of two kingdoms but oboy From Nuw 'i
.5 when finally he meets it. ork, 'Ii a.hiuugtomm''' lo--N", ... "No.. Yo.1I SmistEisrusi be altered.
greatly A
the laws of neither. They com to verandah -
.1 On the other hand, there Is the Kirby -
in with
front supporting
church as seldom as the 29th of Febru- Excellent Dining Car Service.
newsboy whowas thrown Into time uolemim, and! a small observatory -
into the calendar. -Pear-
: !, city street aged, to battle for fortune sou's ary Weekly. upon the top would do much to relieve 1ww I w J. O. L08K.: District Passenger Agent 108 West Bay street. Jaoksuuvill. rO. ;.-
\ the severe simplicity of thepresent
and later became a college J. F. BREWER'3.Wholesale H. AOKEILT O. M> Wl Hl TAYLoR Q. P. A.
architecture. Let have
P. T, M.
president. ; there is the bootblack THE WORD "NICKNAME. the material, side of our school to nail Retail Liquor House i A : BKOOK8 MO'ROU A. q 1 P A.

S who became" a railroad magnate and correspond with the high standart. -- > .

:' owes thanks only to his stout heartS It Had It. Urlifla In .h. Old EmlUh: of scholarship I which It malmutalmis.Educatom's Our Wliiskpy% prices range from ... U. Loss DM1.51UIIAIE. M. HlJ.I.MKD
rank this of tho YOU
S "
as one WANT
f and quick wits: there Is the home Word "Bice. tl.50\ to $(}.OO' per gallon and we I i.
best schools lu the
state. Thaithin
'Phn iv/iN-1,. .nlolfminiM.. hud. .,.... hnfilu...'.. In Tell
less --- --- ---- -- -- !
i country boy left destitute and IH a worthy judgement l in pronj, by keep a full stock of the best goods i G 6. IflPfR[
1 the old English "eke. an addition or Furniture! Mattings Bfllltr & Cl '
friendless In his tenderest years, the ranking! of graduates from this in all varieties. ,
I prolongation, a. used In "The Merchant
who succeeded Institution when they enter the col'eges We of !
IS ill winning fame and of Venice" 'TIs to piece the I and universities of the country. are making a specialty Cloths, Linoliums, Hugs,

fortune. time to eke It and to draw It out at !I'he course has recently beau the; jug trade nnd invite you to 1 Ravel \, Fire Insurance:

The other side of the picture where length." Beekeeper still call a wooden greatly strengthened by the addition i. send for our price list.: j Art Squares or Window \

: boys have'' lacked parental care amid cylinder added to a hive to IncreaseIts of a labratory for the scientific Agents for celebrated I.V.. Shades Leading American and Foreign .
: guidance Is not open to the casual capacity an ".k.." and we speak work, and a library for the supplementary Harper ','bi key. f Young ,

of out Income.A work In history English, Companies
: of the eking an -- -
gaze world but
may be III this connection note with
etc. we
studied In every house of correction. nickname therefore. Is au eke- gratification the evidenceof a growIng J. F. BREWER, I S. MOONEY. ,
name. or one added, which !gained Its :
S reformatory and Jail. appreciation of a wood school on (Sncei'Mor' U. J. Murphy) Seek We carry a big line of these Accident Insurance: :
present form through the transfer of the part of patrons and people. goods and
S Young men and women It is true. the "n" of the Indefinite article used TliU ban been strongly shown In th. 1'aUtktt. Fla. -or making exceedingly low prices mow The Travelers of Hartford

will never learn to be strong in with it from its proper place to the !generous appropriation made by the ____ __ __ ____ u_ Try "I

character from hearing lectures on front of the noun. Thus "an ekenarne" City Council for the laboratory rrrrrLLLLLLckLrI Undertaking and Embalming. .

right living. They must have the became first a "a nekename" and then library and In tIme hearty co-opura- Life Insurance:

,. practice and learn by doing. They "a nickname."" tloii of the people III securing beoku HRJlUHR{ HRJlUHR[ LtFE:: S '

S will never learn to be strong if some There are some similar cases In English club for the especially latter.him The earned Fortnightly the grist I : The Old' Ie1iable J'Gerrunnm i
which the word "newt" Is
of an
{I one else Joes everything for them. tude of the students by lu generous r. The PrudentialINSURANCE ,-- 'Lif of New York
been an
example having originally
The and unsolicited\ aid toward the library. For
sure of \Ve of
: ath. keep a supply
way winning an tj
ewt. Sometimes the "u" has left the While both these departments :
Irtlc contest is to train for It, and word and become attached to the article are as yet, In lll1cl..nUy'equipped ,' Marine Insurance: ':

the best training& possible for life ill as In apron which was In oldenIniee a very creditable beginning Wilson X Tomer Fnlzera C.

V : none too good. a "nap rOD," while "a nnuger"inn has been made and we feel I assured ... .. S II B C CThe The -Leadimg CompaniesAll -

come down to us as "an auger.- that the Interest already :: at Jacksonville prices. r
.S HIS FAKIR METHODS. Saturday. IlevUw.ok shown promises further assistance : .... Claims Promptly
towards these most Important departments .--------- -- ._
I. "Let 'em !go It. I'm Just tuned -- "
up for a scrap, mid If those Flori .. a Nice Hlddl.. The people of lu schoolwork.the county also- seem Marlin Griffin & Co Ft:: E Settled. .
da" devils undertake "Did hear thu alphabetical
to yon ever
timeS to be awakening to the rnallisatloii Notice In Best Offloe, !38 Front' St. ,.1'.I..TKA. Ft ...
movement inaugurated by the. conundrum Angelina 7" that the High SChIlOIIIl..c"u"ty. and nn sep-22-tt or JiiQurjr, A. i Companies .
Christian of U report M "'' _. S
people Jacksonville "No AUKii t menial lnr.wl
by running me back home I'll "It l I., When will there be only twen- 81mflY we feel that the hearty "rrrFr.rrr.r. n 'IK have most satisfactory -
tell them : KtoI .P : : :: :
Home things won't ; :\
they y-dvo letter In the alphabet? welcome to the school which we ex- lit* In Accident
forget. Interchnulr"hlt Tickets tnt there' Insurancein
"Ob I never could guess that!" teud to students from other Bounties celp' and pr E. E. DODGE.
S S 7 Such::!' Is the language of a message "It's when U and I are made one, my and states would be superfluouswith In traveling you will find U very coneuleut fitutuit-rt, l existance. :c

sent by Rev. Leu Q. Broughton of arling." them, for they have the sameowners' to use Atlantic Coast Line tnerchangable Biinll flnal them ilt'.nb.,ansi. .
mileage tickets "
Interest III the school good over
Atlanta through the to the "What a nice conundrum it la, Augustus that ama having R.aymond-Price
press we of th,,l town have. J>Doubtless pproxlnmtely. 150,0110) mllea of railroad ationrdMiKM. ; PAINT (
faked-tip. enemies of his proposed I" even more parents In I the county Those tlnkets will be honored a. far July A....,

: revival meeting! in Jacksonville. sTaTs O* OHIO, CITT or I would avail themselves of the. advantages East: as Washington. and West to CJalanatl 6m Paiatka' F a.

5- Ilev. Droughton Is a' professional Linux ,. i.OL''IO. r of the High; School If board Loiilavlla, Evansvlllo and St. Fpr all ,-
Frank J. riinncy ninkne oath that he la epnlorlartuwrof : could be secured for pupils! at a reasonably Louis. Take advantage of thts arrangement ,Purposes
evangelist of the sensational school. IhaflnuorK J. ulitwoy .to. e..., doing ; low rate, with a responsible and avoid the inconvenience of .

: ,J Jle has been engaged by the ministerial iiulntta ,la anl.he tliatnaM ulty of Tntwlu llrin,.will County 1 anil the Stateioresill mini person... Is there not In thin direction I purchasing, additional mileage book. European Restaurant. Wall! Papar, Glass, Etc.
association of Jacksonville to : ONK HUNIKgm; ;> Uol.l.AHU. tsr,, eacu mlerrcaeeof anopening for some one d."I.roua Superior train service to all points East i a
. hold <(<:Urru thai ,OMUIIU bfl l by of earning-. a living. Hy taking West and South W. U. LIAUT, D P A Pictures Fr med
meetings there this winter and Hall'Si auirrb '.,.,... rKANK I J. JN.Y. is number of pupils. at twelve dollar W. J. CBAIO. 0 P.-A.: Savannah, Oa, ..'J::=r.:." : Furnished! Koooniu
I Sworn to bet" me anhMorlhed In
1' a !great temporary tabernacle Is to be pri..pna., tltta oln day.of 101'1/iluierabi-r./ A D. Una.my per month for Instance, a neat and Wllailnntun, N. Q. __ row Hooi.lwtt.';:.::\ ::: ; '\ :: Leniomitreet. Palatka". Fla :;:
provided for his use. It U expected (Seal) A. W.OLEAIIONSalary comfortable borne oould b.. provided .Mjr_.10.... Hot and Cold Baths P'a

that he will be able to start a tidal Ball'e Catarrh Cure In taken :Internally i'ttiie.. amiarts and plain wholesome food could be Bead New atonk of Imported French Celery ,Lisern a.. l-aa-e., '::: : ; At

wave of religious sentiment that will illrnotly. on the,blood and. muooUM. .,,rt58e. served for board even a( this low just received at Burt'e Pharmacy. ss YW__'r. '.-.". :: :: ;;: _'_______--s'__. t .. -5'I-
01 tbeeiretem. Hml' for l..tlmou..I11'.1. Frntf. rate. : FOR HKNT $ 4 .
or liooms cheap. Ta Chas ;
:; weep the city. Bold by all DrUKlUU.. u H IN B:Y .1:0.: Toledo, O. Th. people must take up this matter Enquire Mas. ,HAMMOKB, oth and :::": :i: I Kupperbusch's : II you .wn lo get 'yo money Jluoc*

We hope so. Jacksonville need Take Italic JfnuUjr Pll1ior :on Up.Uoa. I ol helping the aohool, both la at. Reed St.
SSt-.t" 'I""ii.ti.
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Season !Jd The children of the Pri>sl _
ii CUESCENT CITY. I > ;,L..i'..,;; 'l i' can be had l by wearing HAUILTON-BHOWX SHOES-they are GO Allto .
Sunday school had. a Christmas entcrtammnnt ,J, ' ,.' 'r AN TEED. !give aattafuutlon.. You: oiin got thorn In Crescent Oily!" only atc
from B i a., m. to 7 p. m. 1 Is ono nt) the most bountiful and tree at V. I. A. hull : ; .

'" Matlnoe ovary Saturday/ aft rnoixiii will locations. find In It Florida an Idonl. Tourists spot to, _/' last Saturday night.: Many of the )' t, ci ;,, ZL,. Ca:.. ..:t\I.1: EeLI:: : S "

thepupuhir bright little ppoplu,, took III tim,. ,
ij and evening presontlng) spend tho winter or pea' a few pint 'I.,
days of keen delight. exercises with singing and speaking ,,41' MEN'S: HATS I' Xi have. the 8hl"ld..ln both Butt and bUff: "'* They '

'" p'ny '-' The townie on Orwwont Lake of pieces, and all the children.. were _ -' ... ",7l.'l't. '." .'_ laulers In quality '!lId style. u
(an arm of the. St. Johns Itt 1 '
MONY'S( WORIH and I la 100 miles by water v..r and) riiuieinburi'd with pnibunts fiom" the ________ IN MY (GOODcI_ W," have t "or a pw.lally( : flne .Ine of Dress Ulltor. '
InjH Ladies ICaitUntlorwoar
YOUR 77 mllos by rail from Jacksonville true # eto. New food ,
Clark Stnphoiia one of the plonoers' "n ..4. In all lions have juxt boun rooolvml.

Introducing* the following! up. The all day river rldo on the of the penlimula, diod nt the home 01 ? OUR) (lRflr7RY niiTARTMRNT: u Hlw"y p-to.uie.umi.. with goods! sod \'

to-datA StarsGood: '.. Btnamnr. Oresaent. from Jaj. >kaonvllla his daughter, Mrs. Jt. H Bryant ofWtilaka ,, In our Cunily) D"pI.rtlU"lIt we have a Hun .'
'I. .. to Cresonnt City, la one nnaortmrnt or the boat (fresh) Cream Candlps. \Va make prlvus right la any :.
on Monday, Deo. lUlh nfti-r '
Goods, tz of the delightful BxpuileDOoa of I Florida travel. Tho steamer a short llliiPBs. Mr. Stcplutns was :

Popular Prices, leave. Jacksonville. at 8 a, m. one of the bust known men In this I ttL ': I O.:: L. ChatTlberlin"r'\

every Tuesday Thursday: and, section of the county, and was holdIn s't t, "
B Prompt Saturday reaching Cresnent v4 :
the highest ont-oin by'nil old cltlznns. CRESCENT C/ry FLA. ,'3 I ,il
City at 0 p. m. 'Ihla trip la the _
d Free Delivery. '" only daylight! ride up the brood He won once a member of the ; $;) -- '' :'

loot and ploturesque St. John,. board of county commissioners* HI. ,, ;
:'".I anil the! regular Stock CompanyBest : The steamer bOo. pretty: oablna funeral occurred on Tuesday and the ATLANTIC COAST LINE
and offers a delightful
Butter E In outlook Interment wns in the family", lot at ,
even stormy weather. ,
Crescent City la the neuter of Wulaka.. tin' ,, ".i
d Best Hams, b the orange growing-Industry In I t ,,
The Great Gar Line From Florida
Crest Coffee middle Florida, and bountiful Hon. J. H. Harp of this place and '- Through :

grove surround the place. Miss Fannie. Loylnss of Dawson, On.,

Breakfast Bacons The fruit I li at Its boat now. were married at the home of Mr B. ,

Cheese t:: Good boating!, hunting and L. Kimbrough In the latter plnco onl'miosday CONNECTIONS : :
rtahlng\ will afford amusement ''
for sportsmen.Naptha Dec. otb. The happy \V. S.:: Mlildlotnu hustling bimlHI-SB man of Pomona, wlio. has just ...c.1I11'Bd Tu THE< ATLANTIC COAST LINE via Charleston
Sausage launches can be ae- nouple arrived here the following <\ the holdings (lr th> Win. HolTord Htntn nt that place conulutlni\ of East. } : ,:

'" oured cheaply for water. and at the bountiful home of liuiilrnlH of IIC" ('< of tlmhbr nod inuoli IniprovHj, piopprty.. the J Richmond and Washington. ':
and a Rnnorail line of BEST tripe.Crescent day are __ ___ ___ p pu __ __ __ u __ _____ __ _
City has good hotels Mr. Harp In Orovoadnle.. The Divw-,
the best
loot GROOEKIE3.\ Really and boarding houses at moderate The Louisville & Nashville via \
tJU son News' says that "the bride Is avery OLIVER CROMWELL. 1'0 Montgomery.
1 show In town for :your moony: at rate West }
.. Beautiful shaded walks. and popular lady In Dawson where .. the, J The Mobile\ & Ohio R, 11. via Montgomery.
Bvro ( Hln CrvVM
Th Gr.at..t o
J. W. MILLER'SOrders bicycle\ patha. her beautiful dlsprmlllon, and many CharlttM' Klxvoutloa.Thu .

attractive U'malt have drawn around greatest error of Cromwell's life Read What We 1 ViII Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for ;

:.I '-' ,' her a largo; circle of admiring; wan the executlou of time king Not S.EastVia t 1 New York Philadelphia and Boston., >

taken at :your door every tJ' Parties In Ureerant City deelrluK to nub friends that in this he showed himself a mUll }> Via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y., Wash., Bait.
serlbe for thin or wishing to renew Will Do for
morning. tbelr subntirlvtloue paper thereto, may. leu".their Mr. and Mr. C. A. Pratt of Vermont of blood. Thoie was In him Hut a J'I' Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transportation '

names and money with Mr. R.1>. Lounds at ,, are exnuctlng to return homeIn Particle of the terrorist or of the paaslou > .Steamship j Company for Baltimore and I'lula. \ ,
which slew the ,
for regicide helpless
hapimtotflea who U iittiorlKedaent. about two weeks. They combined / I
king of France." Ue hud been plo- You! ,
CRKHC- BUT airy TEMPBUAruRa- -KUK-TUB n farewell and. Christmas dlnneiat voked no doubt by ChailuH, double deitl- To KEY WEST > ViII P]ESLANI<: >

WKKK KNUINO, liLUKMDBnttlrd' 11KH.-K. the Burton House. wheie they. lug but he did "ot 1mtu him; ou the and! '
the O. WILLIAMS,UIlUKUVblt. MM. Mln. entertained the following guests: coutrury, he wus Incllnod to him and I have j just rct'owd HAVANA.OCCII'ENTAL) ) <; :STEAMSHIP: :: CO. "

For ; for for Mr. and Mrs. 1m C, Pratt of Ciopsi hud wished to come to tutniH with him.IIliUHflf from the mills I 1 at johbnra .
D0c.mher..' 1 A. U. 2 P. ...e P. ti. 1M bo. 2ih.I' !
soIlIrdRY. ci 02 tij. muIt. ilI. Ill., Mrs. Ada I.miJon, Miss Minnie, brimming with family aftvuttoti .. (price on bale 1,(IO() yards Inteiohangeuble. inlluitge. tickets goo! over 13MHI( miles of the principal railway. 4

Holiday Season 10.. S".II"M.md"y"" 4,4 40 r.Ol, \1 08* IW 2,12, /111/II! Page Mtssi Eflle (Joidon and Miss\ : he bad been toueliud by tho night of SHEETING which I nf i the t Southern States: are on sale by the principal agen t '

20.. TIIMOO'. .. 3UIf/ 412 24 /119'Ii. : Nettle Gordon of Vermont. The : of Chuilus, with his .hlldieii. Ila was will sell us u trade drawer, I "Through Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa. to New York, via Atlantic. East CoastLine ,'
rfta a complete W"dD..doy U O. 4" 114 4111A. '
showing .
futul what
w" Imliollttd' to the nit by 'omu-
Thll..d..y. 40 '70 0' 71), U Misses Turner furnished an Inviting 20 yards for $l.Xor( 10ydn also via AtltnuioCuat.t Line and Southern Hallway."
lire, of- TOILET ARTICLES :1111. Priday." .., 07 79 MI '111 1111c I ed to. LTlm full necessity. uud by the ml and ; I
nod Hundreds of pietry and. and abundant repast Boquets of controllable wruth of the army agitlunt upnardsfor&u per yd.'ri. For complote Information call on E. P. Jackson, Ticket agent, or address

jtufiil things for UHB 01 both .."" i red and pink roses graced. the table. the king, \thoxe puilldlous machtiiu- price cannot bi duplicated I- For rosHrvalliiua .and Information apply to Agents, Atlantic Coast Line, or write I

Ill Ladle and GenUeraen. The ,rooms presented' a festive. appearance tiom",., 'ALi! ? lie was -(1'lmUng wit a the ; it would cost you BANK C. BOVL8TON Dlst Pass Agent, W. D. STARK Traveling Pass. Agt. ,

if'fiT' UouTiV 'about 'whatto c Ptrsonal ana Social.l l. i with decorations of holly paillumeut for a .HCttUuiefft, hud tit ui 7 cents per yard ; the 138 West Bay street, Astor Building. Jacksonville. Florida.. '

buy, It will be to your advantage l % % sv- and evergreen A pretty Chrlstmam dlod the second civil wur. with klU.1 guods( ate HI I inolifH wulm, "H. M\ EJIEKSON.lrailH.d-.ansnc.. !: Sf ,JACltAIO Gscerol\ Passenger Agent. '

to look over our stock. tree, which on Saturday evening Hjcotch: Ittvasloii, Bud brought them This is a great bargain/ ,. Vllmlcgton, North Carolina. '
Tom (,)hu'k Is spending the holiday shed Its fruit of friendly gifts, still their cause once mole Into the buy while it is going. _- -_ i
Fine Line. Stationery. Perfumes week In Jnvhsonvllle. Ity of peril. It WItS nt tho prayer meetIng .
d! nil of the
remindm! .
BrusliOH. etc. dMl'sllllport.POMONA.
Hair Wallace Reeves is home from of the soldlois ,ut Windsor, bil'orethey \

Rollins college\ for the holidays.Mrs. marched ngutuHt llumlltou that CONE
.really pionouuced r '
the king's wits
M. J. Crosby and Miss Olive The seurvt treaty with the Hcotvh for ,
and MI"sDol'
drosby of lionton .are Knouts at Grove Miss Mamie Morrison the invasion. of nglund broughtClinrlcB ..J.I'
''' Webb of Pnlutka. .are spendingthe
hIs oll'yunumi
Crescent City, Fla.Established Hall.Mrs. la holidays at homo. i.uly. was to the capital block, though and Its punluh- The Shoe Man & FLORIDA RY. :'
.Chapman of Qultmuu Ua., ,
Miss Margaret Bradt of Hunting. meut was moat. 111 udvlmMr The dputh.
here for u visit with Mrs. J. C.Urlmsley. ton Is with A. C) Smith fur the win net the king flee
of the phptlve king t'rcKCPiit City Via. LOCAL TIME, TABLE
ter. anil absolved the monarchy; It put Inexpiable ''IHJ

1H8.(! Miss Wight of New York City Is C W. Shlunof Qulncy, III, is with blood between the regkldoa F.Ueorive October aj. .9"'" .

the of her sister Mrs W. U. Ills family for it few weeks and u great part of the nation, and
S. B. Downes & Co. Norton of Grove Hull. Arthur Smith fiom Green Cove flunktHin, fur from being! sickened .imCuilylu _

o Springs and Miss Ethel Smith:! from anys It was, flourished ou the 3 3 1 MTATIONM 2 4 8
Merchants Charles Barker has quite recoveredfrom ..VIcMeeklii, are .at home for then: murtjnloui and hnH' continued to flourish ,

Commission his recent Indisposition and is catlon.Itev.: on It ever uluce The: success! of -EI0vEHALL;} P. M. A. hi. A. h!. 1'. H. A. H. A.M.
5 00 12 40 11 2OLv Macon. Ar 4 20 3 5011 25 ,
-403() Duune Street New York. again. able to be out. }oJ. Q. Wicks is spending the. thou HuHlllke wall the proof.-Qoldwlu 614.u. 12 10 Lv. Kathleen Lv 10 21 ,

---- Mrs. H. O Hubbard arrived on week with friends In Jacksonville. Smith la Atluutlc. 6 38-....__ 12 29 Lv. Grovani Lv 3 59 '

Will 1 be pleased. to get In Friday last and !ts at her beautiful. Prof. H. E. \\Vu.kelleltlArrlv. S iturday is now, open for the BHIIBOII of 6 59 1 59 12 47 Lv. Unadllla Lv 2 !- 39
home Hubbard Perk from Cocoa. }o'I..., to pass' the WAIFS IN AUSTRALIA. UHV1-5{)( tinder the maungnmunt of 7 26 2 23 1 10 Lv. Vienna I.v 2 10 t tV
of Oranges
touch with shippers holidays with his parents.Courtland 48 2 42 1 45 Lv. Cordele Lv 2 50S
Grapefruit and Tan-. Miss Jessie Burton home for the Tb. 54.11. Ffniln Thvra Good Ho>nm .. VVni. C. Norton". 05 Lv. Arabl Lv 1 29 I IS

gurlnos. holiday season. from attendance on MUUIloton spent Cl u'iet. .A 110.. fo Ovplianuw. During\ thu past, glimmer' OrovtIIull 2lLv Worth Lv I 14 '
schooL mute III town .at W. S.:: Mlddlebon's.Chas. Australia Is continent without an I has IJHIMI ttnlui'frtHl, improve*: 8 30 Lv. A.hburn Lv 1 08
the Pulatka High a
Cook an I da'ighter, Mlsn 9 10 Lv 'rlfton. Lv 12 30 \
StJohn. ftlvrby Daylight. Dr. O. F. Sprague. 1ms fully recoveu arrived lust week fromQuliicv, orphanage a countiy. without an orphan 'and lenovated ullording greatly 9 31 Lv Lenox. Lv 12 04 i
L u "' .1 Edith, Mi.\ liiich waif IB tnkea to a r.oeiv.lag I iucmused, accommCidations, Tin, 10 ; 44 Lv Sparks Lv 11 52 "'
weieauoompnnled by
The Beach & Miller Line, nom feels better ma reoenii than. before iiiuess lu aim saysle Ill.and They Mrs. Sweet who are their boima where It Is ....red! for till acUllota.y house is delightfully! i situated hi'tnocn 10 49Lv Add Lv 11 06----9- 46 )
Time local vol- 11 00 '
truest*. home Is found. and overlooking, Lake 11 33Ar Valdosta Lv
Stumer CIVEHCE.NT.Leaviui .- and Mrs. J. W. .Russell ofV'eIiNvIIle unlwr socletl.a cauvuas their nelgbborhoodti houutifulCroBcmit P. 10---2- 45 Lv. Valdosta Ar 11 M. t
JncktioiivnieonTMWHdayK.ThuwdayFftii.l ;; Ohio arrived here last Miss Emma' Olnmtviid is at home and solid to the cblldieu's Crescent und Htflla at .... 25 Lv. Haylow Lv 10
.10 for dCUfl Covo Rollins College, Winter Park, }Flit Lv 9 I, '
fcHturOityi at a a. in. from of the, destitute board the City .... 10 Lv. Fargo \ ;
Ball.Mr. coumilttuo
t'nliitka. Craaoeiit Oily and .prliKllpuU WanLHUltiUKH week .and .are guests at Grove (for a two,weeks' vacation. of fuuillles they have Terms moderate. For}< information .... 50 Lv Baxter Lv a -'ill
KuturnlnK.luvurrawenleltyou WeduwdnyH Thus J. Capers. and bride are Miss Harriet Jeffries spent Christmas children be placed. ..;". 12 Lv. Culler. Lv a 26- "
where may address .
Prfclaya' Hud Monday: 'nt 7 a.m.Jiii'kHOOvlllo the Christmas holidayshere relatives. found .... 32 Lv. Crawford Lv 8 '.
with Georgetown
: the
WI.srX footut Laura Btreet.Telephone spoudlntf The children's, committee selocts _... lOAr Jacksonville Lv 7 -
whurt HJtPKiatka foot ot Lemon .-* with Mr. Capers' mother and !Mrs. A. C. Smith has for hot guests home wbl..II.lt judgcx Is best udupted WM. C. NORTON .
sisters. Misses Carrie Greene and l Alida (Gni- to the development of the child iuqaontlon

Dr. H. E. Douglass, osteopath, has doer of Palatka/ tBOriUETOK. : I I .I STATIONS I I l

JOHN VINCENT, D. Q. B. moved to Palatka. but will devote The entertainment. Chilstmas) Eve No child Is 1 placed might in a suffer.family The so Crescent, City, Flor'uln.i A.N If, :.
success and especially that the child -
Artistic Barber. three: days each week to his Crescent enJoyeei was a great by the children. poor faster' I parent recel\'es u sum averaging I I ...... 520 r44SLv. Valdosta Ar 10 521'l 50 ...... -' '

City practice.Mrs. week for the cure of the ...... 5 51 5 14 Lv. Lake Park Lv 10 4\.
Middleton Bros have purchased! $1125. .. per. ... , Lv 10 08 10 'j '
--- to .. nen 01 """, ,,,,,,,,,_ T ...._. 6 OH 5 28 Lv. Jennings
Hair Cutting all approved styles.: W. D. Williams expects all, of the improved and unimproved cnilil< ana ror proper ciotmnu to \ ...... 6 34 5 53 Lv. Jasper Lv 9 45 9 22-----.
Give me a call. leave next week for Mal n""d" where land belonging to the estate of 'the school age the child muHt be $ Special SaleLadies' $ ...... 7 IS 6 29 Lv., White Springs Lv 9 07 9 1

she will spend the remainder of the I..tsVm.. Hollord. This Includes school. The local volunteer committee ...... 7 52 7 00 Lv. Lake City Lv 8 43 8 ...... I '
--- some 4Xi( acres of timber as well UK looks after Its cure anti culture, nnd $ S Si ...... 8 45 7 52 Lv '. Lake Butler. .. Lv 7 58 7 52 .-..- '
CRESCENT CITY. FLORIDA.. season with Irlellda.i many acres of bearing orange grove geulous neighbors oftou assist In tvatch- ...... 9 09 8 16 Lv Sampson City Lv 7 34 7 ;

Several Crescent City families had property and the Pomona store, It Ing the growth and education of these ...... 9 23 8 30 Lv. Hampton Lv 7 19 7 '
i wild turkey dinners on Christmasday. Is I also, stated that W. S. Middleton happy children.When ...... 10 01 9 OS Lv. Grandin .. Lv 6 37 6 '
A.U.TORREY.Undertaker shot ou the will form a partnership with C. A the child I Id fonrtvm years old i Muslin Underwear ...... 10 06 9 10 Lv Klorahomo Lv 6 32 6 -
The birds were Knowlton In the general. merchandise __.... 10 50 9 SOArl'aictlca.. Lv 6 00 5 -
Ills earnings
and Embalmer. east side of Lake Crescent. business, and that they 'will he begins to woik. ) and received A. M. p. iw. _. M.: P.
the Postal Savings bank I have jiist -
a stock second to none on the placed '
and Ivan Waterman keep
Full line of Caskets and Oofllns. Oliver Chamberlin peninsula. at the age of ov<>nto
TnlnpltoneCUESOE1NT. students In Stetson University goes out Into thc woi'I.taui' Independent Ludius :Muslin\ tfnderwoiir : THE NEW SLEEPERS

are spending the holidays "I was much articled with sulatloa. ," man. The stnte. nt im expense\ of less ".' perhaps) HIM now running on Trains 3 and 4 between Macon '

CITY FLORIDA with their parents and trl.nds.CIIIf writes Ed U. Nud lowavllle. Sedgwluk tbim $70 n yeiir hits raised a roan or largest, and niost complete Jacksonville via Valdosta are twelve section Dnwing- '

MauU arrived home on Co., Ken, "going .about on crutches and woman to contribute to Its wealth and showu Room Buffet cars, Pmtsch gas lighted, and up to the -
1 line
Co. I suffering a deal of pain. I was Induced h. the, munufuctuio of,a criminal '
Crescent where proven } standard in all\ their appointments.
CityTransfer South Carolina nnd I offering
Monday from to try nallard'8. Snow Liniment, which and the etnpiixp' of courts prisons here- am j ( ,'
10.0.00tlon. tie has been for the post several relieved me. I used three fiOa bottles. and reformatoili'sCarrr \ tlieH9" goods( at very These ileepers are open or occupancy 25---------------- .
Mnots all trains at Oiesofnt City: used : and remain in sleeper ,
months engaged In railroad work. It Is the greatest lIniment I ever ; i low prices. at 9:30: p.m., passengers can "'

Night trains by: appcl?tment. It is stated that a negro "blindtiger" have persons recoinme i all express.'nd d it themselves to a number as being of Tour Own Pin...... : :Special invitation is 7:00: a.m. on arrival I at Macon. :

S. M. LABBEE.! Manager, Is dolupt wide opell whisky benetlted by It. I now walk without Many people whim away from home extended the:! ladies of '

business In Crescent City and thatno crutches, able to perform a greatdeal i flnd.. It .difficult t) lucp well In a : Creouont City and viCinity t I Sleeper Noa. S between and 4 are Macon solid trains and Jackaonvllle with Through and Coaches corry'ullre.n and\ Drawing Buffet tFrench t- 4
of labor oa the farm.25u. 50o trniige bed ami nilH In the morning call TUton. route between .
made to put a stop light to and see:! Room Sleupers 'between' Macon and en I
E. W% WARREN, fl. D. etlort has been tl.OO. B"Id by Aokerman & Steward's, with a sense of Imvlng passed a decidedly lino f bt. Louis, Mo and Ihlcaito. 111.No .
Crescent Fla.. to It. Palatka, and Lounds' Drug store. Crescent -' unsatisfactory ,night. ,An. old railway this magnificent; made f Coach*between. I and a Macon are 'solid and trains Jacksonville.WM between: Macon and Palatka and earry !' 1

City. Capt. F. M. Payson Is erecting a City._ _ _ official, who ought to know says : All IHPCI-H are If C. SHAW. C.B. ;
Will answer calls from Como,Pomona, tower on which he will.place a big A Po.. ....1... the trouble Is all Iu the pillow. It'. full siOlIl.: f Vice.President. Gen I P.. 1

Biitstinio Heights Welaka FrultUnd. or tank to supply his tfroupe of "Don't talk to me about the recipes tIle 'pillow flrst. Inst and always. He ( Moco. 0* I

other points'on the Fruitland Peninsula.A. water buildings ou Market. street and Cen- with In that great magaxlne energy.. ," "said"'e8n.t Mrs.that Lane thevery has Imaginable slept in conditions many lends.and and years under ago all Mrs. S. B. Shaw Fla. J. H. RAPFTBRY.Jacksonville.D. P, A,. Fla HARRY BURNS T. P

Crescent City ,
tral avenue. mugatlne that advised< me to put came to the courhiHlon thAt with one's .
.. I, Spen.cr; :, mattered little "" "" "" "" .e
Mr and Mrs. Porter O. Plerpont on that sody solution ao --- -- ----r----
to take off those the bPd On an exteuded tour ha .
Dentist; of Savannah arrived oil Christmas out overnight about with him. -- CoIt. I .

---- day: and will remain several days, yellow stains always takes his pillow the bottom of Etienne Duoiont, writing In the early I i TtiB EAST COAST OP FLORIDA .. r

omco nt ReddeneD on proapeot Htroet.Crescent the guests of Mrs. Plerpont's parents, "I'm" Inclined said Mrs ta Lane's think It sister may have with towing the trunk It for carefully tnlure"reterence.. "If I FRESH FISH part or the last century said: "The is PARADISE REGAINED."

City Florida. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pratt. due been meekness "I sent you a number could start life over again" he says "I prevailing character of the French I Is t

arrived 'on Saturday to sleep without a pUlow that of conceit. Every member of the i il.IMITED
O. H. Marsh of them In the spring I remember. would learn rl 1a
direct asked ), but the art must J. I,. RHshfurd, the old war hero of assembly considered himself capable >
come happened way .I '
the only proper
W. B. SHOTWELL night's steamer havluR "Well and what ( everything I often oo:4 PARLOR,
Th of undertaking Ji
childhood. will visit : "
York. wrath."Didn't acquired .
New with rising be -
In western Mrs. Lane
Row Boats from his home said that If proposed to the first CAR '
Builds at Grove Hall for the stains disappear?" asked next best thing Is your: dwn pillow Cri'st'ciit City you of PUl.LMAN"I I I'"'" '
Mr. Marsh Is again hundred men you met In the streets
be :
and oonrlnccd
Repairs boats buggies and makes all friends are her sister. wherever possible Try AltO i'tJig TRAI1SS. ;" ,
his old number In the 1 :
all the !
aud and to same
furl -
kluils of wood work repairs/ .t his shop the season "Disappear said Mrs. Lane In awithering ._Philadelphia Record.Toothful Every Friday with Shnd mid undertake the ", '
here to
la rear ot his MEAT MARKET. delighted to have him tone. "It was the tablecloththat ,ther Fresh Fluh Walt for him. Hf streets of if: ;"Ii. ;
Cresouut; City, Fla. club wlil don't know anything A.lraUon.. Charge of the government. ninetynineof : '
I .
house.Power Famous
disappeared. will call nt your \ta Paris and Reaching the Resorts ; ;
Satisfactory.work guaranteed at mod ball at V. I. A- hall on about the stains." Holder!-Both of your' children are them would accept ',;" ; ', :
... give a grand; aoou have to decide ninety-nine would refuse In London. \ q
priced. Wednesday evening next at which getting along. They'll ST. AUGUSTINE, ,ORMOND, : :Arf\ '
music will be furnished by a Jacksonville Give the reins to appetite. mind yongl..e upon their can-era. Beldon Tom-has r ran i .. DAYTONA, ROCKLEDGE, 'l 1,
settled long
NOTICE, APPLICATION: FOB that's all\ ago.
OF of
orchestra. An admission wluga to happlo--Womon" mind to be a retired millionaire 'Qi-1i4 .1tC JBr ,jo :BEACH MIAMI. Ij
Tax Deed Under Sontlon 8 01 Chapter made up his i B5U1fl PALM, ,_ > :'
4888! Laws of Florida. aa cents will be charged spectators. Life. and Henrietta thinks she is --- ., .
Notloe Is I given that; A. of Crop- DBATH. rich widow.-Boston 'to) battler evtYerMw. th. South. L..ln. ,
hereby and'Mrs C.Pratt for
V..lna. of tax:: certificate Mr. Ira COUOHINO) BMUJ. CAUBKD cat ...|*.M Coll..f..,Juwt ft few otialnhlp are A Short Sea Trip from Miami <; i;- ;: ;
purchaser -l will
arrived last Friday all< DuokwelU aged 35 years Transcript eoh .eotton at 1 I.n t..n CKM.V, <
Ill. "Harry offered in 1 11\
No. 1135. dated the 4th day of July: sey At present choked to death early yesterday" mornIng D014'TJJELAV. WKITB TUDAT by Steamer to ':,{, t
A. D ,181)8! ) has ftled,8ald certificate my the wluter here. .. .. r
spend of his ConrllB P e
ofllon, and haa made application for tax they are' stopping at the Burton < at and his child.home.He In I the contracted presence slight "Smith uver quarrels with his ;wife 6A-ALA. BUSINESS COLLEGE, Macon Ga. NASSAU, N. .P., : ::, 1; :{
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house, but next cold a few days. ago and paid but little She spends nearly all her time abroad \
Bald certificate embraces the following of, O. A. Pratt!, who will to It. Yesterday mornlug. be along together by \living '
ilrtBorllwd situated. In Putnam the cottage attention ".y... tpey got HAVANA, CUBA. 'i : '
property which 1
county Florida. t.. wit t- soon return to Vermont.Mr.andMrs.Chasjr was soUed: with a.at time.of coughing His wife sent apart."-Houston I'ost. __ ,'_ ,. ; t jI.l t I' '
for om .l !
Lot I) block iiS9 Falatka. : Pratt of GUT- for continued a physician but before he eould arrive HEART FLUTTERING.Undtgosfd Laundry Machinery ) lINJ OffitmwrrmOTFORCE SEND ("ore* snUTEKIffUOOKLIT..' "' ,;,' : r'..:.'
The said land b..lng assessed" at the III- and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. another coughing spell came. on food and gas. In the stomach .... f' '! ",
date of thelRsuauoe of suohanrtlfloateln man front suffocation. below the hmurtr presses COMPANYClNCINr4AT J.K.P4KKOTT.Vtt+Prt.'!.-",,,,'l.ll'iV : \ ;
died located "Just MACHINERY
expeot DuokWfill WIUIIS UUXDRT lJ.LI.NANN4d. l-
' the onmeof;John M. Wilson. Unless said Porter of Ferrlsburir; Vt., are and Louis Globe-Democrat, flee 1. against; It and causes heart. palpitation J. BbCKWiril/ 1 .JI,. ......... \
oertllloate shall be redeemed. aoCIOrdlo"to ed to arrive the first of (coming I rib. Ballard's HoreboundSyrup When your heart trouble' :you in that OHIO At'SCr.14''r8siaS., .. '
1901. ..
law, tax deed will Ismue thereon oa the week. They wilt be the guests of would have saved him. itGo, BOo aud way take Herblna for a, few days.: You 5., BUaCITINS' Pi ;, \ ::4j
31st; day of Dec,.'A D 1004. for th. Htewart's,. wtlLsooa all rIg'' BOo. Bold by ,
and Mrs. Ira ,O. Pratt 100. Hold )-y Aokorroao. A ; ,be. !/: No better time than NOW to subscribe "
seal Mr. dealers. ,
WItniwa offlotat signature and, Palatka .and For Sain by all
;, my the Pratt Palatka and Lnunds Drug store. Aokerman A -Stewart's I Ir'
r this thna'Jd; day of Nov.", A n 11X14. winter and will oeoupy- OOIl\C.'ItY.<, : Loundo': Drug stoEfiCreeoeB:_ \* CHyv for tb. Hewi; 1 yew,11.00. ; '.
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ouraaraaavlomnlalilAO ga gaaauDR The Palatka Ne\vsl Mrs Win Coverdale. and old oltl High School Exerciser. : zen of Palatka died of softening t 01 1i
This Js a Picture RI the brain. l last Monday night nt th.. rhe varlons' rooms comprising schoci
and Advertiser Putnam High and nrnduil
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home of J D. Cot//hmuGui, on thllniifhts .. t to 1 TTnliflavShoppers
of then R held clotting exercises appioprlate'
t u: ; The funeral occurred from Hints to
R the Christmas time last Friday mornIng !
TILE: NEWS: AND ADVER'IISERhas" the hOUIIII the following 'lilY( e:
;Hand' nil of the rooms were pret
,..R CD R higher circulation rutlu The work of filling In the now rh'er lily decorated. for the occasion.
-- then la accorded, to any olhc front site of the G H. & F.
-R f; Rn depot Ky After opening exercises In the
In HulatUn.. Printer'
C\J =" paper which interrupted during Chris high school consisting of Instrumentul A
Ink N' Y..July 29. 19O3.
n time resumed in the i
I- ro 11R lofts wn early music by the school orchestra I
w week and train loads of sand arll singing by the school, a ncrlptur
n R r c+:, \ 2R "" 511+wi1ilsiGir5r1rir1.ulirV --.....wL' -' being brought In from Bay wood tithe li'sson by Prof. Hines and the Lord'sPrlly.r.hy

::! City fiappenings and : fill. the "assembled pupils, thi. NewYear take" advantage of the
/ Mrs Maud Bal' 'run and Intnrentliii( children repalied to their sepamt. The first thing you do before the ,
Personal mention.
little daughter; I no, of Miami 81'"t rooms we are making in High-Art Clothing;
R Buster Brown _.rNrMu9 )e49erw! Wednesday in the city. Mrs. Hnrrni In the hlph school proper, with' ac low prices Suits from ;

"n "" Miss Genie Fearnslde U Hpondln WI\IIIlU route to Jacksonville to attend Miss Carrie 1\1. Green. in charge, tin :M Nobby, Stylish

Collar for the week at Miami the meeting of the !State Tisach following program was/ rendered

J a E Miss Wlnnlu Wlhnnt of Lake Kei, era' Association, which convenes i 111 1.Jttll4 CAM. I
i R l01I that city this week 1. "Song-ItlcHHi.il. Chilstnias. Wouli, .. $
In the
1.1a spent Wednesday city it. lleiluillonChristmas CIII'ol.Llhble .
a Children. As usual Hurt's pharmacy In 'IA tin. Sun Brothers' circus gave two performances Htones f
1.1 In Palatka Tuesday, afternoon 8. H.ocltatlun-ChrIHtmus Tree,
i 1.1 lead with Its pretty calendar.
.,' n and evening, and good slzeiaudlcncus Walter Tllghnmn, aISs.w4
'rIley fit over the t:! Albert Jenkins of Jacksonville wn them. 4. Recitation-The Enchanted Oak,
R Waist and RI In the city for a few iluya taut week greeted creditable Altngethetho Dorothy Hanghton.D { 1
show was a one nn< I Readjng of "High School Gazette -
E' I R have ar R 1\Ir.aOLI Mrs. Werta Gray and son the Iwople.who witnessed It felt thai ," Misses Walton and Bur' A

R Ireasy effect{ on R of Jacksonville are vUilnft Mrs. H. A. they recelved'thelr money's worth. I ton $20 ..... ,
your Gray. .0. 1\Iulllc-Thv Holy City, by Or .
r R Boy or (nil'I.! :;j j'R The four masted schooner Spring cheHtra. :t$-' -
, 1.1 Miss Elise Bile of Jacksunvlll< Held' of Jacksonville, anchored litho 7. Recitation-The First Christina Bmu.
I 'n. 1.1 1.1 spent Christmas In the city with I harbor on Wednesday and Is takIng Eve, Dorothy KIU>H.H 1 "
r n t:! relatives.DoWItt. on a load of cypies lumber fron Recitation-The Ilewuid of the The most complete assortment of

R 1.1n Gray of Jacksonville. Spoilt WUIIOI I mill. Capt. Adams says 1I I IIs 0. Cheerful Instrumental Candle Duet, Leroy-Misses Brown Hoi .1 I
.. t:! Christmas day with hie mother, Mrs, I the first four-master he him ever den .and Rogero! Bath Robes Sweaters, Lounging Robes, Smoking -
n t- H A. Uray.Mrs. nee, In this !larbor.A 10. Old Christmas Not Come, Crll ,

',. I:uw uU::: R R T Crawford of Miioon, OH. .. pet dog belonging to Geoigi 1 II.1 Merrytlay.Uncle Sk Innint's Christmas Gift, Jackets, Neckwear, Rain Coats, Boys .

: Is here un a visit to her cousin Mrs : Douglas had his head almoiit blown Bessie Jovlllo.I : ,
I. R. 8t Its. off by a cannon firecracker Chrlstmni I 12. Christmas on the San Gabriel and Childrens Overcoats, Suspenders,
The Holiday a I : and had be killed. The Almnn Rosenberg. (
Theodore Meserole of Jtrooklyu, Eve to dog) 11. TheSpliltof] Chilstmas, Lucille. Handkerchiefs-
"" N. Y., U the guest of Mr. lOud !Mrs, wan an expert in putting out the Kennerly. ;
Time C. E. Rowton.Mr. mnall crackers which the chlldret, 14. l-IolIg-Hhlg, Ring Chilstmai
u would light and throw into the street, Bolls The newest Shades in Brown Soft and Stiff Hats., r !
Bull, a citizen of Florahome ., ,
but the larger fuse proved too mud A novel and highly entertalnliif;
u Suitable a
i calls" for has sold 25 acres of land at that place. !
;, 1.1t for him portion of the entertainment,and OIK

n t:: Gift Goods t:: for $25 per acre. Rev E. J. Gates, the new pastoi. that perhaps elicited most interest I. M. Ja.EYI3RCG.

1.1 1.1 Rev. Father Barry la spending thi of St. James M E. Church, ocuupiei+ was the reading of the "High Schooi Jl I ,
CIand this} year we 1.1n week In St. Augustine, .a KiiPHt at tin the pulpit of that church last. Hundny; Gazette( ," by Its editors the Missel
1.1 Cathedral home. Burton. Tc CROOK Manager.
Susie Walton and Jessie HERBERT ,
at and
R come you both at the morning. e 'eulngHervlce8.
I U with an that R Mrs. Larson of High SpriiiKH sponiChristinas preaching able sermons to this paper had been sent many con
array : In the city with her mother trlbiitlons by pupils, and these nine
Has Good Sense :! large and appreciative congregations mflS \
Mrs. read the editors. The table
LongmanMHB wore by
;:! Leading members of St.:! James art
and Utility for | Helen Fenrnslde home from predicting a season of great church of contents of tho paper' was. as follows -

14U Its foundation. a aR Brenau College, Gainesville Ua, for growth under the new pastor, : J

un What could better the holiday vacation : Editorials-Miss Susie Walton ;; ... ... .-.-..... ," "'
Christ .
Mrs. F. H. Richey gave-a -. -. .
-.. _. R please The Men J Folks a Supt. L. K. Tucker, Mrs. Tnckei mN ., '-f4r.pP'':f'uuU"''....... '".,.III...,.Ie..,,_.par-_..., ''TJr-j-AsrfcirtiwJ! :! .BKihJir.z}::!!: ; ,.-vysrsf:Two i irlamm -._. -..-,.-....-... -..-,'_.-__-..-..",-'- ._-......'_,-.-..L.--,..;.;;.....,"--,'. -,,,,.-_.,.-.,.-.,,.-.--.iitI'.iitI'---.-- "..
..._ Christmas In the year : .
the tin ; "
"'- +1. and children ,are nponiUnir. .! :foJrll "
.. .. of St! Marks re tory Chrlstmatlifternoon
: ,
b E. Boss The Pleas
R 'Lda'LL.- .enney.,. r. ftM lllltW* t'Fot'Oats.; 'l'hunsllnd.l\fary ; rP.7. 18NJS. :
noudays at which some :
School Decorations,,
Combination box d mes of Getlng I
a Ernest Owens aid sinter, 10llHs were present and nTade happy bj nell T. Canova WhaMs Life Insurance \t
containing beautiful t:! Katie, of Satsuma flight spent Saturday .appropriate Christmas gifts. Mr.Rlohey's .,. A Hie M; Steen ; Chilstmat 't' Griffin & Co. .

1 I I: Suspenders, 1.1I tJ in the city shopping.Mr. Sunday::! school class assist 'thoughts Poem. Jessie Burton;; A i.. Martin .: V/\! :
: Smith 01 ud in the distribution of gifts anttilss Inez Holden A 1!
1.1 and Mrs. Rutledge Few Pen Pictures ; .
I:: Garters t: Jacksonville were here over Kumlnj Devereux.sang I for the pleasure, Trip Down the Pike, Mable Hoi- I.OS' _WI10Ll* ALE AND It ITT AI -.- \1IR /

u 1.1 visiting relatives and Irlends.The of the children.Mr. comb; A Boy'a Room Francis Ten- I

.. u::: and t:! Sunday school of the Presby and Mrs I. Martin who have ny; The Fashions, Winnie Barstow;; -- =
U 1.1I terlan church will hold a Christrrmt been spelling the past. several week, A Visit(o Haddon Halt, Jessie Bur /R :IBI.eLE&sv: : .
Ii I:: Arm Bands. t:! party at the Armory tonight here, expect to leave for their home ton; The Eleventh Grade Psalm ol' /

l 1.1 In Brooklyn N. Y, early In the comIng Life bugle Lee Walton]; W t 1.
(at 50 cents set). lee a Enamel
per ::I II Carlos Canova came home Columbian Amythist Ware,
week. !Mr Martin is the president ChrlstmasGlfts, Anna Brock ; Remlniscenaea Ageglts Foro
V I:: Initial week from Luke City and Is spending( of the I. M. Meyer company ot! of a Senior, Myrtle Hoi- I, Wiss it Sons Celebrated t t/! i,
1.1 the holidays with his parents !
I LAI this vtty, and Is also heavily Interested .- den ; Foot Bull, Fred T. Meirlll. HI 1 Chattanooga Chilled Plows, '
I:: Handkerchiefs t:! Mr. and Mrs. R H. Hanley me tin In the manufacturer of high gradecigala addition there were the usual. advertisement + Shears and Scissors! "
( u 1.1 ... lion Garden Tools J'J''t'
Silk Linen proud parents of a little daughter, West. etc.,, Age ,
Lt in t:! at Key depaitmentof jokes ,
to them Chilstmns Eve. ifar! !
born on
I .- R and Cotton, t:! Alderman William Ivers returned making altogether a most interesting Bicycle Plows, pulltlers Warei tyW
Mrs. W. H. Markham of Tnllahns- home Wednesday night from New paper. f fi

I Silk Suspenders, see Is visiting at the home of heparents. York where he has been since las) be Pushed. iI Seed, and Fertilizer Drills, Sash., Doors, Blinds, Paints, Oil, .

n 1.1C Dr. and Mrs K S Crlll June, and during most of which time x Building to Lead and Glass t! J
Bath Robes, ::J Miss Edith Knpperbusch U hone he: was underglng treatment In n P. J. Bucks, the successful bidder ; Celebrated 0 K Stoves and llnnges: ,
the work of constructing Paint t
for (
1 -. Smoking Jac k" ftom 8t Joseph's /academy. St. Augustine !- hospital Mr. Iveia seems to btrreatly ka'B new municipal bulldlng.lnlol'lUsthe Box and Airtight Heaters, goal ar)d Mill) SUpplieai \
I: ,
; : to spend the holiday/ vacationMrs. Improved in general health,
I t/"
n News that. he expects to begin ,
fj Kid Gloves, a Walter M. Davis with her and expresses himself as greatly the work of laying the foundations I.' Heed's Enamel SteelVnie and Hope, Packing, Waste, Oils,

# 1.1t children, Is spending holiday. week pleased to be at home again. bv tho Ifith of the coming month, and ffo,' llustless Tinwaie Bolts and Lanterns. \\t j
r t:! (dressed and undressed" ) t:! with her mother, Mrs. F. D. Acker- From Thursday until Monday that from that date on to Its completion i ii i

( t:! or Neckwear t:! man morning the docket of the municipal the building will be pushed, V Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention ,M' 't tI1'
u 1.1t Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stones and Mist\ court showed that 27 cases had. been Mr Becks estimates. that four V
t:! in some one of the t:! Mary Stones of Daytona are the tiled before Judge Haskell.. These months will be required to complete i \

u pretty shapes tJt : guest. of their father, Rev. Win were mostly drunk and disorderly the buildIng., He also states that .". ." .,#II!. .;

I t u: and shades tJ: Stones. 3.ises, As a general thing order prevailed .ibcuit forty men will be employed in ,. ,. ."" ."'. ."" ."'. ."" '
tJu Charley Kupperbusch Is up from throughout the city diningbhe he work. -
i t: we are showing. : week and no trouble of a serious '
1.1a his school duties at St. Petersburg tc -

e a "UK 1 on nest mln S" spend the. holiday/ vacation with hieparents. mature Mr. and occurred.Mrs. Leo Jacobson were 1'h<\ beautiful The. Prize painting.. Picture."At Even. Candies, Nuts and Fruits 1

H 8DummliiffS ,iciu," from the blush of L. A. Smith Films
and Mis. and
I::! Hiram/ Calkins. a prominent citi the guests of Mr. offered Kodaks
+ the Flor..homecolony at Rodman,, Christmas I >If this city, and which wan COFFEE & CO l
and farmer of ,
1 R Of course we have R lay, and speak in the highest terms I t iii a Christmas prize at Smith's confectionery _
was/ a visitor in the city yesterday store, was won by Mrs Door to A. W.
q : R been talking for PR >if their entertainment. The new Dalton Block (
Vincent F. who held the lucky o Full line Photo Goods.Rowton's. \C
pCI Moody
a or more :; Union church at that place was dud- Skrange B, Co.iTfWe i
R year Mrs Leonard Eaton and little the contest the '.
lumber 871. During .
sated that day and Rev Holley
about daughter, Mary. Alice, of Crescent picture attracted,. a !great deal of atentlon .onmletestock
lellvored Interesting sermon appropriate .'
R but as clothing is still i ir City are visiting Mis, R. F. Adama I the : and conslduiuble". interest hMvel'Y
to the day. service Mixed
r i t R to be worn, we shall ;C this week. Christmas dinner was served by elms felt 1 lr the outnomu of High Grade ami

R keep up the Talk. ::! Dr. Richard Whiteslde of Tampa ia Urs. Cummings to several guests. Music at St. Mario- Candies. All kinds of }!'I'esh.l

R t:; Our leading line is the tJn : spending the Christmas. holiday The people of Florahome held a All who attended the beautiful 1 .l Fruits, Nuts Uaisins Ltc.: "
with his sisters at their home on the this new
>ubllc dinner at Brownlee's Hall choral service at St. Marks let Sun- Palatka Florida ,Everything Fresh at

a Griffon Brand Palatka Heights list Saturday In honor of Christinas lay (Christmas) night will be Intel store, and prices the Lowest.
III 1.1 Miss Nellie Kelhiin. the efficient Fully 120:! sat down to the tables At sted) to know that Messis. Win

I .; n These Fine J Suits t:! and popular teacher of the Rodman light there was an entertainment at itrunz and Stuart! Hyatt have consented NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB

Rare made of ::I IR school, Is at home In this city spend- he school house, consisting of to assist in the musical services :!CI la: Dl({ '1Wt.1.m Tux 488H.Deed Laws Under of Florida.Section 8 of Chapter

} R Fabric i Lug her vacation./ nuslc, tableux recitations by the of this church next Sunday. At Notice l Ie hereby given that" A.
of' made, ::! Miss Emma Coxe of Jacksonville, ihool children, and a Christmasree he: morning services these gentle- TO THE LADIES OF PALATKA AND I tTulna, purchaser of Tau ,ortlllcale '-;
I 9 are hand daughter of Judge and Mrs. M I. Miss Bessie Spain, the public men will slug the duet, "The Lord Is I No: 11 Hr. dated the let dny ol JunaA.
+ ". u Have style rI' :I Joxe, spent Christmas in the city drool" teacher worked hard for the a Man of War.. At the evening ser I PUTNAM COUNTY. O-IVOO: ,ha. flied said ocrtllli'ut for In!raj ',

u and finish, with her parents. uccess of the night entertainment. vice Mr. Strum will sing the solo, I deed office to and Issue ha In made accordance application with la'. 1,

i t u: and are the equal William Kirby Is home from the and to her much of the credit forts "F.tnmanuel"and Mr. Hyatt, "Abide' Said certificate embraces the followlnS ,
m We want to thank for the
Is due. The school house All welcome. you generous patron situated In l'UtD8111
u in ::I rSewaunee University for a Christ uccess tVith Me. are described property
of the bestCustom 1
S t! naa visit with his parents. Mr. and was handsomely. decorated for the age accorded us during the year just closing. You m county, Florida to wit .
Made : Week of Palatka.
Prayer. Lot 8 blook 269.
R t! Mrs.\ D. M Kirby. iccaslon ______ I have met us more than half way in our efforts to 'supply ", y The said land being asaossod at the
n Garments.They I.I.R Miss Nina Armlste. and cousin Christmas Trees. Union services will\ be held during this market with really. First Class Dress date of the .ssuance. of Inch oortHliawID \'
R FIT. t:! lie week of (prayer at the Presby- the name of T. H. M M nn"jJTm r.,
1.1M Miss Carrie Smith of High Springs The Sunday school of the Baptist erlnn church at 7:1)0: p. m.,. subjects Ii&; Goods. Our success is due to your appreciation. {g lees said oortlHnute shall be '

3 1.1n 1.1 ire In the city for a visit of several church held a Christmas tree and aid leaders. as follows: thank you and wish you a Happy New Year. g ed according to law, tax deed, ol will uoe-n-,

4,5 In. . tJ weeks with relatives.R. rendered a of exercises aproprlute I'Ve the sue thereon on the 31st day '{
R : program Monday, Jan. 2, "The Kingdom of During/ ensuing year we are going to increase D .
4. .
\ n M. Burt of Athens Ga., arrivedn to the occasion on Monday iodon Earth; ," Rev. K:. J. Oaten; : lead in this race for Dry Good Supremacy in Pal m my official signature and leal
1 Underwear, ::I In the city last week and will remain night. /and all the children were ren- Tuesday, Jan/ 8, "The Visible Church atka. AVe shall do this thin the-uail day of Nov. A, D. loot;
1.1 until after the holidays. visiting his ered happy thereby. The attend- of Christ" Rev Win. Stones; Wed- by getting only high grade Seal) JOSEPH PRICE.! f
CHats t u! >arents on Palatka Heights. lee was large. lesduy, Jan. 4, "All Peoples and Na- : and reliable Good and turning them over to you at Clerk Olroiil* Ct of Putnam Co.. FIa.- 1

1 I u and all oft u:I Iu Herbert Crook spent Wednesday On Tuesday evening similar exer- lons," Rev. E. J. Gates; Thursday, Popular Prices. ,: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB ,
u manner 1.1 hiI veiling at St. Augustine assisting In Isea were held at St. James M K. 'an. D, "Missions-Home and For-' .. Tax: Deed Under Section S of CbapM i;
t: Gentlemens t! reception given by the B. P. O. E.f hurch for the Sunday school of that .Ign," Rev. L, R. Lynn ; Friday, Jan. In the meantime, while it's cold, there Is comfort In our 4888, La** of Florida. R. D. ','''
The tree was. laden. with Blankets and Comfortable. NoUo, la hereby glv"> that ; I IUcLeod
t which order he Is a member. hurch. ,, "Family and School, Rev. Wm. c.rtllicate,, -
.. u u Furnishings "" Mrs. B. A. Deal Jr., and children resents and each member of the Stones. Leo Jacobson's Popular Goods House No 106i\,, dated purchaser. .the 3rd of day of July A D. R|;
n former residents of school; was remembeied. The pastors earnestly desire that Dry .raid oertllloate wJ oBJJand i'
t a: you will find that we of Valdosfa Ua., 1800\ has flied t"1....
u hese meetings be well attended, and has made applleaUon for w j
assortment n" his city am spending the holidays Palatka Delegates. Ilald, ter.
carry a big Palatka Florida with law. f'tllloata f'
Issue la aocordanoe
A. O Phillips everybody will be welcome cribfd
of the kinS of Goods e here with Mn. Palatka will be represented at the I embraces the following 0<"county. ,
% Mrs. and Mrs Richard Petermann leetlngs, of the Southern:: Educational 1I"1'Ii 'II'I1\\"f.: :\ _, property situated In Putnam 'a1\
I )1' want. Uu Yours for a Bright Complexion. !)IHJiJlSiiI/ E. l'A L ;.: 3E3&Everything I .
you wit "
t2 01 Waycrosa Oa., and Henls Peter 1 L Association In Jacksonville this l ol
of Dol.} .
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u m'lnn of St. Augustine, spent several reek by Prof. I. 1.lilme,, and the leulth'M Criterion Conferred by .h h nei.lesa 10 acres, section 13 lOWlllblP ,."

a 1.1t:1: d..y. here last week visiting home llsses C. M. Green, Allda Gardner Hancock'' Liquid Sulphur. 13, range \a -8l acres. I S
f : I oik. lamle Morrison and Eatelle Mc- Inactive glands of the face harboring in MATTRESSES and FURNITURE., The said land being as.e.oertillrat"."' at \ .
'y M. S. BROWN The Penlel Baptist church held :onus, teachers In the Putnam minute dual pat ttcles, causes .onthe date of the Usuanoe of such Gilmore Pnu .
facial blemish tbs name of Mrs. 8.
!lost prevalent amongdies. eJ ,
and school. th.j
Ia hrlstmas exercises with a tree llgh said certificate shall be redeen .
i r a varied literary program at the The sessions of the association will An effective tonic for the skin Han- cording to law tax deed will Jan r
: uu Clolni r hurch last Friday night. The attendance (tst through Thursday, Friday and ock's Liquid Sulphur enllvenos the faotl thereon on' the 16th day of i
was large. ntturday, and some of the most glands to action and affords a bright D. 19011. rod |"
.. CI P.3I :I of the south willS complexion, thus enbanclng natural Itoees my of. luhsl l signature '
n inlneut educator A.I). IIO! '
Mrs. Wm. Rowton of Jack. rof Deo.. fJOSEPH
Mr. 8th day
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.onvllle were pleasant visitors In present Doing Nature's) greatest germicide (18e"n f ldd5 i
Ir alatka. Christmas day, spending theme On account of the Annual Meeting [UDUOck's Liquid l Sulphur cure. o. ....m..., f\lArk\ Ghouls burl L
Mr. Rowton's outhern Educational Association.acksonvllle. one, herpes, ringworm pimples,prickly I"' ::
rtB Gems' Filer with Fla. December \au-81, h yet, Itch catarrh, diphtheria canker The t Judge and Mr. C. I. Rowton. K.>4., the .Atlantic Coast Line will .nd other ulcerated conditions of the tend giving a, O nl2lnWrtnW' J/
S The Selden Cypress Door company sell round trip tickets Jacksonville loutb. nose, throat scalp and eyelid. Kebruary S4d. '"''' [ .
lurns and scalds have In It an effective will be Iheo out *
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rate first class fare plus twenty supper
at one .
baa been distributing a very pretty amount t
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flu a au cents. Tickets to be sold iinedy. of "Ioreftllln" Ot' Pd ,;
Polio five ((26)) polls the' .}
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a alendar tbe'.plcture of which a December 28-89\ good to return to and Consult your druggist and write for Lhle society ha rai e(J lo yve t "
i rlnt of the Bruges/ Canal after thealntlng eluding( January 4th I9U5. Ticket] booklet "Hancock' Liquid Sulphur Oo, Capt. Itt. 'R. RYAN, Palatlta Fla. which: It luten.... building ,
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