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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: October 27, 1905
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -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
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NEW BURIEd; VOL. XIII I"NC. 43.: PALATKA' FLORIDA! -,.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1905. $1. Per Year.

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For Sale- Houses, Lots, Vacant Lots and. anything in Real l Estate. PLM. de'MontmoIIin". -'

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: 1 I BRILLIANT : I Death of Walter Thomas. r Silver Wedding. '

T.EEiiiiT1i TilE COUNTRYMAN'SRETURN 'Valt..r'l'holn..a.. for many years a At Welakn, Oct 21st. IU05, Mr. and '

\ THE FIELD Friends of Bride prominent citizen and businessman Mrs. Frederick O.l Oochrane celebrated ;
'I of Pulatka, died at his home In this the twenty-fifth anniversary of
Crowd St. city at II::00, last night. HI. death their marriage. )

[lOrurlnal/ .] to the was due to consumption, with which Dainty Invitations in white and
With FALL and WINTER CLOTHING. The first frost bad come and the he was stricken some five yours altO. silver were Issued to a number of
leaves were tuuilng Through a mead Social Palatka had The funeral will be held this (Fri- their. Palatka. as well aa their Weak t1
( i ow lowed a shallow rsti' ) A vlve of dellKht ever day) afternoon .t 8:80: and will be a friends.
emu lazily.
r Ir"" ", r FearnsJde Clothing Co. announce arrival of its road Wound around, tbe base of a wooded announcement of Masonic will In otllciate.diameter/ liev F, U.Rlchey The launch "Bobble" wee engaged/ '
Jtonsnr nuptuls ; and quite a party from Palatka.at..
hill dividing It from the
meadow. night that delight Walter human/ came to Palulka tended. ,
Tho only sound was au occasional caw. In one of the most In 1WH from Norwalk this county As the boat approached the beau-
Superb Stock".of Suits lug of a crow far up among the tops of weddings ever to and.up to four yours ago was active. lful: Cochrane home situated on tbe i

,- distant tree. The principals in engaged In the grocery business banks of the fit. Johns, surroundedby
A man In tbe prime of life came wedding ceremony His retirement was due to feeble > majestic oak and lighted by
'' ; For Milan and Boys.'I walking down tbe road. Ho was city wood Itossur of health. Since his retirement he had ropes. of Japanese lanterns and huge ?
Miss Glenn been able to attend to outside affairsup
ELhel (
bonfires, the of mdeorlbablo i'
h dressed and bad tho quick motions of a scene was one -
daughter. of Mr. and to within a few months ago, and k
in Pattern and Finish beauty.
Elegant Design city man, but as be walked. he slackened 1
of this he bin attention to culture
c : ryday city. gave pecan The weird shadows cast by flicker-
his pace now and again pausing Pile church had a department of horticultural
lug firelight on the Spanish mossrave
\, The KIRSCHUAUM SUITS for Men to take in some feature of tlrto view decorated In green. puisulb in which he woe v..ryeuo- to the whole an appearance of

are Hand Made. They are the embodi- long ago familiar to him. He hud often which a. 'horseshoe cessful. airy. land. .
walked this suuio road as a count1'ylIoy. formed the centre. He was a good citizen and h la decline On the arrival of the Welabapeoi -
ment of the up-to-date styles. Again he drove the slow moving was the design of has been the source of much \ who attended In large numbers,

cow. Again ho held the reIns behind, The ceremony had regret and sorrow among his neighbors the"bride and. groom" much to the
.
For eight o'clock but and business RRsocln t... entertainment of those
the horses with which he bad plowed present renewed
hour seat In the He Is survived by his wife and five
every the of their in
since dawn on tbe to the burn. Is vows youth,
way cupled a* so also children, one daughter, Mrs. U. Raymond the
good old fashioned
by
The Jane Hopkins Suits l It strange that bis quick city step room. During the Price and four sons. Jumping over a broom stick way after J
should have slackened to that of a bled frlonds were
which ceremony they stood under a/
country lad t tanned by musical of amidst
Approaching Marriage.Mr. canopy silver lovely
Caleb Cox was about to put In practice same being "; roses", to receive the congratulations
For the Boys are all that can desired in stylish,, the dream of years. As a boy be by Master Warner, and Mrs Chas. J. Rogero have of their friends.

wearable materials.Our r had been restive under the hardships violin ; "O Promise announced th..approachlnlllIt1.rrlltge Deliciousrefreshments were served -
as be called them, of country life suit by Mis. U. W. ; of their daughter Miss Mn Anita, In the dining room, which was p

counters are now Full of New Goods and the went to the city to better his condition. : and 1'raumerel Schubert's, vIolin to Mr James will occur Cullen at Rays St. The Monicas ceremony elaborately and decorated with evergreens
silver.
Fall business is already on atThe He was of an energetic type and suc gan. church at 1140 on tho rooming of Merry, making and dancing were

ceeded. Slowly he accumulated till bya As the bridal party Thursday, November :21id.! enjoyed until a late hour when all -
lucky etroke be secured ample means aide to the altar bade their hospitable host and bosess '
!/ ((0)F with which to work. From that time Itev. Dr. Frederick Boom Strikes ,Pomona. a reluctant good-nigltt
money muklug had been easy and at sohn's bridal chorus Mr. and Mrs. Cochrane were the
There Is not small lu Put-
thirty-five he was rich. Then he deter rendered by the a place eolplentsof many handsome gifts ot
mined to visit those be bad left behind the ceremony nam county that has made such silver from their many friends at '
At sxll Reliable, and help them. He would place his old with violin progress tut has Pomona during the home and abroad. A UUEHT."'
F Fearnside CO softly rendered. past year. This little town 13 miles
Clothing stores the discriminating father and mother where they would The bride was' south of Palatka, on the A. C. L.,

mother end their lives without the necessity ter, Miss Kllene \ was originally; settled by a colony of Securing Fame in the West.
askr for work. Then when he hud seen of honor, anil the New Knfrland; people whose pleasant
forMrJJane.t\opkby them in perfect comfort he would retire he Misses Blanche tomes sUgteli( along a fine driveway Miss Elizabeth. N. Barr, a former
Palatka Florida. Vivian Ackerman around the borders of b..autlfullako Putnam county girl, and who for a y+
from business abroad to
go seethe
Boy-Proof Clothes Walton.Mr. Brownrd and all have thrifty orange .short time did special work on the
world and leave labor to those who
groves.Sometime. News Is now a student in Wnshburn
were obliged to labor. This was the Uetberb B. college, Topeka Kansas..
sonvllle acted since the News told of
... dream that had inspired Caleb Cox for groomsmen were as the fine crops of oranges which Miss Barr Is giving her attention

eighteen years. Vlckers D. W. many. of these groves would ship the largely to literary work and Is n

unm; f mnmu tl mgmcnmiMtmm' C ,mm'Dm,am,smam,imuu!, ::ins JMQIBI; juumuniii: "IUOBII[ I'fEV 1Jl9fl lVrfl7r 'mum:mtm: :'mSTVUTTII Passing around the hill, he came upona Merryday, brother of >resont season. This fruit ,Is now member the Kansas Author club.
snug farm. Tbe gate clicked beblud Hurry Bone of (,; ripening shipments will begin in The Topeka Capital of a recent date ;
I earnest within the next four or five peaks of her as "a young lady :of
him, and. entering the farmhouse door a cousin. The "
the Jeweler be took an old white haired woman In roul ,.and Ralph weeks. decided literary talent" and in the
McKenzie, Clarence The boom to strike. Pomona Is same number gives space to the fol. 1
bis arms.'Mother. largely the result of the enterprise lowIng poem written by her mid rend
Nr = "' ," be said "don't you know Lawrence Tucker, of W. S. Mlddleton of the firm of at a recent; meeting of 'the club
the of line of late novel 1M the; bride's Sunday
Announces arrival an Elegant /
m.t' I'm Caleb. I've come back after Pretty little Kath Vflddleton Bros., turpentine operators Commenting on this poem the Capl-\
my long absence to make you and father at that place. Mr. Middleton al states that. "It indicates that Tolekn -
t ed flower
ties including Silver Pieces, Berry Spoons, Salad Sets, Individual !- = comfortable. I've got an I the petals as before the girl has been Investing heavily in Pomona is perhaps to add another starto

I money I want and don't Intend to make marched from the property and it Is through,; his the many she haa contributed to
Forks
Butter Heat etc.
Spreads Asparagus Tongs literature." The la
I kl any more." Merryday, the brides' efforts that many new industries poem entitled

with a line of SPOONS in great variety of designs. WAll "I'm clad to see you, my dear boy. er joys, acted were us Clarence ring have make started the place up. a It trading Is his purpose centre for to follows The Song: of The Toilers," and Is as

It's been while that have
a long
kinds of jewelry work done by competent workmen w been away. I've longed for you you all John Tllghman, and adjacent country, and with this object 1: love to work, because I love to alOe a
Barstow, assisted I in view he ha. invested in the The mellow earth, turned to the
I only. these years. Why haven't you ever Davis Lane, acted as stores of Knowlton & Co. and the balmy air r'
come to see us, Caleb?" Arrived at the altar commissary ot D. B. Kay bo u & Co. I love to sea tho field all loose and ,'
"Why mother, I couldn't get away. co performed the In each of which be baa a half intei- smooth
c:. J. SMImH There was no one that I would dare mony of the church est. Both of these stores have large And BOW the seeds ot future harvest -

I put In my place for a minute but manner, after. which stocks of general merchandise. there.
retired to the Mr. MIddleton and D. B.Kaybon, e
Next to Kupperbusch's Restaurant. Palatka, Fla. never mind that. I have been rewarded I I the Mendelssohn Ills brother-in-law, have also recently I lovo to work because I love to seeThe
.. for my sacrifice-your sacrifice. A reception established a saw mill for the green blades spring unhindered -
I'm going to take you to tbe city and at the home of the manufacture of, yellow pine lumber toward the sun J
won smmmeaamjmiams.muanmsauaun lJI11IrIIlWJ onmum"on MS' 'tlgC't9N&II ktl611t_CB OGPIGIa OgY', tl/ I"I11AdptltllllaB IIf III VUNtr put you in a fine house with plenty which bad also and this mill is now Iu operation, The thrifty stalk unharrassed by the

of servants to wait on you-YOU and decorated for the ; liavlng! shipped its first car of lumber tare
'" father. Just think of Itt! You can owing to the serious during the past week. And watch the silk of tender ears

3 got up when you like and go to bed Merrydny, was .. Pomona hns always been favorite DegnlI \.
1 Clew n Orvat Actor Lived.Chiirli. when you like and nothing to do but beyond the wedding race"I winter resort its but Mr Mlddleton Is love to work because I love to seeThe !
." MrttliMVH. one day pievlous amuse yourself." dining room Mr.... J. Improving advantages ill this re waving tassels" and the gol-
j jf i or hlti publicly proclaim- VV. spect by the erection of cottages for
to I the iivrluJ ,The old woman drew and and Mrs. A. den grain..
away
If Your Boy or Girl oil duo dire with bankruptcy hliu The luvlted walnuts a friend werewnsheil to looked at him with a kind of fright. elated Barstow.by the Misses* stable resorteis., and for He the also present has has a livery turn. ,And know the Joy of reaping\' my reward -

"My dear boy" she said "what would The brides ed hU own largo and magnificent 1 And thank
the Lord
tl tlf .ilo,,'n by some rare sherry. gown of Harvest for
Have thb reputation for being hard 011 shoes, : 'llrit'H a dollcloiit wine." his friend f do In a fine city house And what creation. of tucked hone Into his a hotel. A new hotel Is the gut n.
among contemplated projects.
would your father do? Could you giveus d'esprlt over .
l perhaps i it's beoauso they have not been wearing x.fiilninl.! :. "1t-umst liave cost. you a the.comfort we have here Woulda satin with real bios Mr. Middleton Is hustler from- But 01 hath the faith of tlTose! whom Fate
O lot of nio.icy." "U didn't l cost me any ture and beautified Georgia, Pomona formed .
; the CURRY & LANE kind. :S liliu tb:it I know of" the flighty co- stony street bo the came us a. work Bin carried shall have Hall thenadvan age. of the To brave the way. the weaker dare !
with shrugi "You the stream yonder? Would we like to and lllllvs of larger towns even; if he tins to provide not go !
nodlin I111:4Werc1. a book
'
If: '1e have doxena of tough house" youngftora... bud It given to you then?" tho friendaUIjo..t hear tbe noises of the trolley cars as The maid. of them They drop the seeds nil watered with rp
y well as the songs of the birds And their tears .
list who Shoes. steadily for six : "Oh, ," answered Math- Merryday .was
nu our wear our << no what Hut ., the harvest
"I 1 bought It from Ellis In Bond would we do without the barn dog costume of pink LAKE COMO.Mr. never see that
months without showisg a break. What \\'o can ens; and the spring bouse, the stock and the lace and chttfon they sow
o Jilt he will some-
h'l'etr'! ) charge you
) "
chickens? and carried pink We hear their voices In the wilder
nnd Mrs. \Vm. 8. Prior mid
for do for ,J thIns for lir' the friend exclaimed: inn.todshnnot
do them we can your boy. ; Caleb stood looking at the old woman The bridesmaids son, Clint Henry have returned to nessPrepare i
"
1 believe lie does write
a load settling upon bis heart. toilettes of white / their winter home, after spending the way, and mellow up :
"
SCHOOL SHOES soiiiethltiR down In a book, Cbarles retorted Was this the outcome of his dream? and carried "OU< a few months very pleasantly .at the cod C

: OU& ; K inutoly. "Let's have another Was this what be had struggled for nations their summer home at \Vakffield, They cast their portion ou the latent
I glnss uiy boy." The presents were Mass. to them soil its
I and what had kept him so many year. Everyone pleased see
are worthy your umpaction. I from his dear mother? When be left great The value.happy couple back. CApt. C. A. M. Tuber will re- Their dauntless Uod. trust In ono All-
*.d Crlllec. turnlater. seeing
H
low John Bar" B r was ,
her her hair brown. In her' cheek of Jacksonville the .
John Hay was chatting about his.lit was color. Since then eighteen years Jacksonville from Rev. W. U. Rector, wife and children With prophet eyes they've plareed ,

t Curry & Lane j erary experiences: with an Intimate had brought her to the close of her were to take a train returned home after spending' the mist of years
friend when the latter asked life eighteen-year of separation that ing for..M brief trip few months with relatives in Indiana With toiling\ hand they've moulded -
"John what feature pbase of this Chattanooga.. Ihpy'' destiny
could not be lived again. ,
Their works arise
above
has the after November : the com
business Impressed
writing you h
I'afatka FloridaWatch There was a step on tbe walk and First John K. Ford traveling salesmanfor mon plane
most?" the father come La. After the greet The street bride, who h.. pipe organ., visited Como last Like coral Islands on the pathless
31' "Well the reply; and the speak week. Mr. Ford
was ings Caleb begun again the story he prime anoint favorite was formerly pastor seaLike .
er's eyes twinkled mischievously "so of the M. E. church at this place
.. bad beet telling hIs mother but this ttttmotive young :!
far a. I am concerned, It'. the things time In a Xalut hearted tone and. Instead greatly missed. I Mrs W. L. Gable and ..on. Willie, Unto can Art Exhibit.It .

= that the critics fish( out of a fellow's of Informing bis father what he Mr. Rosser Is a 1 ot Lakeland Fla., left for home Sat was amusing to see the number

printed stuff that he never put there. proposed, asked tbe old man what he man. of Jacksonville \ urday.: They were the guests of Mr. of men who stood outside and gazed s
But I suppose that critics, like the rest could do for him. social rank. HP U and ;un. D.12. Dusenberry. spellbound Into the brilliantly lighted

of us, have to show excuses for living.". '"Nothing, dear boy nothing. Time mired for bis' Chas. C. Sullivan had a foil from store room of Miss Luorm' mlllllery .
Jacksonville's establishment
-8nr..>ss JlagllZlne. the roof of a summer house while he during the even
.- was when I would have Jumped at the ing hours of her opening days last
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money to pay off the mortgage but was engaged in putting parofine on week
In addition our
to
the roof. The broke and he foil
AN ORDINANCETo since It has been lifted I notice that my Big rope The piece was filled with enthusiastic .
to the spraining his wrist
authorise the Board of Bond Trustees last object has been taken away. Don't A deal of dome and leg quite seriously. He struck ladies and all were trying oil
to expend the sum of Sixty: Thousand depth me of what spur for action made In .. the ground before the puraHne which pretty, modish hats or Resisting
Repairing Dollars or so much thereof. may be there is loft me In my old\ age" when F. J.O'HarA landed on the top of his head and others and remarking "How perfectly ..

necessary for the erection building or "But father mother, you are obliged purchased the .. ?, contents spread generously over him. lovely The men may have 'i,
I urebsae of a system ot Water Works ners lu the Dexter with been attracted by the women (we
scrubbed
to rise with the sun, and at eveningyou After being!!: keroseneand
We want you to remember that in, the City, of Falatka. tired'that pentine company. gold dust powder he was restored have known pretty women to exer
are so to bed
you go
Be It ordained by the Mayor and City The same day Mr. cise that sort of an Infiuenc..-before)
to his former color He Is slowly
I Riled when people In the city find relaxation
our Optical Department' Council the City of PalaU Mr. L. L.MW( of Improving. or they may have been attracted by
a BacriOM. That the Board of Bond from labor. With you It U 1 all work turpentine right on the really. charming picture which, a
with a'complete line of Spectacles, : Trustees of tbe City ot Palatka. having and no play." for $10, .000. The There are shipments of green oranges combination of handsome women
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Glasses and that made and transmitted to the said City "My boy," said the old man "with TU sidered a fine one for being made from here, which and pretty millinery always make,
and Nose
we can S Council and Mayor of the City of Palat- our work I. our play. We never hurry business....Times. surely! spoils the market for Florida Hut few men dared to cross the
;; ", WnUh your with Glasses to Fit ka, an estimate In writing of the cost of to get through oar labor so that we fruits.. Too bad to be in such a threshold probably on the principle,
construction and installation of a system hurry. of feeling the awkwardness ot .the
for do work breathing
"* ploy we our
Your individual needs. of Water Works In the elty of Pal. may Good Advice proverbial> bull In a china shop..
: Mr. and Mrs. Ed. F. Sullivan
the pure air and listening: to the popular
atka'amounting to Sixty Thousand Dollars It wait a pretty sight. It was an
,- All work sweet sounds that surround us. Hardships President residents of Como, returned art exhibit trade and
guaranteed.1A7. a.ked to and function
and having authority contract .. home ,
familiar with the Sunday from Crystal River
of ot we have but were It not for tbe an uplift to commercial
: I' for the construction a system several Pulatka.r
for tho ministry ,and where they spent months.
said hardships lives would be'a dead Miss Locus Is business
Water Worka In and for city as provided our livelihood women who
Both have been 111 with chills
S. F'R"V securing a very
;: by law and for authority to expend level/ without contrast consequently their hands. At any and fever which is epidemic allthronllB la doing. big thing for l'alatklby 'r{
the said sum ot Sixty: Thousand without enjoyment"Caleb of advice that town and were engaging on such .a magnificent
The Leading Jeweler, ;; Dollars therefor in persuauoe *ot- the loath to give up what be had so dress good to the colored* very glad to return to "Home.they Sweet scale in an enterprise. d.ar' tothe
< hearts of The store .
would
bonding ordinance of said city. women.
I long struggled for argued that In the sonville last (,;.. Home.
Palatka Florida It la therefore ordained by the Mayor be .a credit to any city of iiO.OCQ( Inhabitants .
much in
t city a new life would open to the oil and so :
: and Is valuable
Falatka o
and City Council of the olty of drawing
that the Board of Bond Trustees of the people that would afford them an Interest has been told them No Race Suicide Here. card to this growing clt.1'--- : .: ;
of the south
olty of Palatka be and are, hereby fully which would not be exhausted: so people t ( George and '''Fannie Banks, negro I, Every business man in Palatka ",

: Mt1111'4'wM 'th authorised and empowered to build construct long a. they lived. lie offered to .j repeating''I say all honor husband and wife, living at }temp.ton should'gn (o her and tell her that, d

_. es. e s ... A or contract for the building or them with him on his travels. An was honor to preachers are the parents of triplets, born much. .
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--- I construction or to purchase a system of of no avail. They said that the noisesof Impossible that the last Sunday. 'rhe pioannlnles -ww.- ?
Ball FOR SALE-A New Companion. Water Worka la and for the olty ot Pal' .the city Would bewilder them and pIe can be teachet's weighed twelve eight ami six pounds. Cooin NOT kx BntTia.Tbe .
Play ::Box ftwlnir machine. washingma( atka and 't expend therefor the sum of they would die if deprived of die home The bulk havo got reRIecllvely. "b.n the second I '
chine. jail at the Methodist par Dollars much uniform success of OhamJerluf ).I
Thousand or so shown him
i Sixty: : had their Urea follow trades and baby was Pap George!
In which spent
Richards; Alley 'on Griffin Lot sonage.) E.! J. GATKH.: I thereof as- may b. neoees ry for that they suits, who are' .... aid: "l.nwl a'Marayl. When he Colic, i hates and Diarrhoea Biraedy
Under new msnneement ". purpose, to be paid out of the_WaterWorks Caleb Cox went 'back to the city,n Orall-<<:I.... tradesmen saw the third he ....oon...... On being has won for It a wld* reputation and y''
t..u" WANTED--Croe i-tlBs, T :x e'.; will bond fund of said city which I. cbauged man Instead of, selling< out and who excel In revived with a. feather duster he many people throughout the sountiy
pl;r tree Wednesday afternoons Palntka.. that his business he promoted some of bis will with Mr. Co.... WhM ftl "
rwm for same t. o b. : DOW avalllabla for purpose speots, and every m counted the kids over three nr. four ngroe ou, .. ; -
I to 8. ice water.,., 7. O. Bully Mgr Vrltu inti. S. K, HAFBR. Pal \tka. Passed la open' Council this :3d day ,of employees to be co-msuagers with him. that kind ot good "" limns to make sure of the number, ot Mllford, Va., who' sa at' "It works ;

--- -; October, D. A. 1\103\ Then. after ,a brief ',season of travel progressive: saving, then wn out to wt Dome of tlm like magic, find It tin b.." pc"pnlon. ,,
W tY'1'FDt: FOR: SALK-A nnphtha launch : &. K, STEEN he returned and devoted himself to bis gets: to own hl. own neighbors to civil amid r..rlfy the I know >>f If .cnulrln't be' nn i*better "'''

tI'' "'lI..d".tlol'i-'L'idf"oe.irl.msin' oheup. U..yb". seen lOt lloyd'a shlp- Attest! PrealdestCity Council., business, not as he. had done bufora, from debt, to bn .. > 09nt.. I B'"' bad a swlnus .attack, < f djnutilnr' a
.el for firm < ami':vMA'lvlMiul
o to bottl.mr tuU.
try A
BLAOKWELL,
I J. N. but \la moderation. A large of w Ifu as she should. )
.2&.1.JcI..u""Jtal.j .. '.a.Isrv. tton; per "..rd", _- Seal) Clerk ( ItyCouroU, portion such ninn. Is, nor WAN'f'tOUtosatfes1xIt': 'will remedy wl"l-h ho! :'tT r"-jSt, {
y.evCyshl.waekly. his summers ha spent on the farm with )
'..I'M.r.... tlapen..ead. "liryou want to get vourmo..y'eworthyud ;; Approved Oat.ttb. 19<>S. ; citizen but is doing pay cash. for "carne f. o. b. Palatka.Write that Immediatd'vell"f. was .\H..I.t ., _
hla old father and mother
,
AdtlretnnUEUrG"CLJWes, : kuo-k-ouL. usePAxk' > ANTOKJ(>I18INA.Mayor... \ his For Hale! ,hy Ackeruian-Stewutt. :Drug\ Ctv
1Ot OOLQ uplift S. ,
I.a; .. .', ." 1" MH a good. U 1'. "..A..M1TCUBL. .belv'uKj! -'lue'i!; .III. HAFEUr; Pivlatka,
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THE PALATKA NEWS 0LATE STATE NEWS. : DIETARY STANDARDS. general


AND ADVERTISEREntered Between 1,200and IWO bales of cot Major AngeloOrIgInaIl 1 What Obaarrtttlon. Indicator t. D. --1 HOME SANITATION.i

at the Palatka poatoflleeaa ton will be ginned at Hawthorne this Average .*a..'. Dolly Vood Kaad. .
season. Accepting the daily dietary standards
mailable matter of the second :
class.Piblished. The flshlriK Industry nt /Sanford! whlili are bused upon obwinatlons

and other the bit Johns [ .as to what people are accustomedto connected with tho
on
points lionio mint be no vv. city H0W
During college days our family Every (!( system
at Palatka Fla. River has been retarded by high my consume. It Is plain that tlieaiveriige,
Fridays by on water. lived In Wssblngton. and u they left man doing from light to moilurntomuqculnr ( That .

It before the beginning and returned work must take each day
RUSSEL.L.&VOKERS. Sportsmeu are visiting. the bead after the close of bat weather I was "! >
waters of the St. Johns river after approximately no grows! )i' proteld

ducks and meeting with good success. not there In vacations. During thin period matter (18 grams of nitrogen), with

w.. A. RUSSELL. Eli! ,.' I understood that my slfitor bad a aulHclent fat and cnrbobdrate to yield Means letter Health.We

-- -- .. .,- Twenty-five carloads( of love affair, but nine she ass older a total fuel value of. li.OBO largo calo
oranges .
than 1 and I was at an age when neither ries. The usual proportion of carbohydrate .
WHEN NATUREIS are being1 shipped dully from along
the Charlotte Harbordlvlsion of the my sympathy nor my judgmontwaa (mostly starchy. food) Is about hriglmtainI at'tractiqe

MILLINER.It Atlantic Coast Line K'y. In demand very little was said tome duo grams to 60.DO grams ,of fat. In to make -the home '
about tile affair.A needs, 4? rhBps it's a are prepared to furnish your homo or business i place with .i,
Is such a beautiful old world, The Atlantla Coast Line n'y bridge other words the average man
It'* a shame not to enjoy It more panning the Bantu te river near few year. later the SpanishAmen.can I- according to the above uvpotueula, approximately PreUtjPaper'
war broke out. and I, being a lieutenant 120 of iirotetd GOO
It'a an artistic old world too, but we White Springs was totally destroyed gra.ua Paijor Dining Room ('r
for the Toilet
by fire on Friday night Oct. 30th. In the national guard, went out grams of carbohydrate and 110 grams Lavatories or Bath f
who live In the towns do not stop to to fight the dons. In the very first encounter of fat (or his dally ration In order to Bed Rooms you want
Williams of Daw.oo Oa.
& Co. ,
realize the harmony with which nature have purchased the turpentine plantof In which I took part I was obtain these amounts of nutrients be Maybe it's ft little

blends all ber effects. wounded and taken prisoner. I bad the would require day tbi-eo.fourlhs of
E. K.: Overatreet A Co. at Hmieca, per
l lat
When a wonian gets a new hat, or including 13,000( acres and all equip-: good fortune to be located near cue of a pound of ordinary roust beef, anD PaIij for the j Itcheor airanjeniehts, at moderate cost and} invite tbe-pnblic to look j io.,

it gown, she gives up her whole soul men, for f70,000.( ) the beat Spanish hospitals to which I pound of boiled potato one-half pound stole and view the lAl'ge variety of articles of '
was taken and treated with every attention. of white bread and one-fourth: of a our new thinlesorip'tion
to a wrestle with the problem as to The Seventh Day Adventists of
how to make the colors harmonize the state, white and; colored to the One morning the officer of the pound of butter. Naturally' mn h -' Stalsj for the Floor) \\e }have prepared for you.'Va. will fit your home '

number of 150, have been holding a day went through the ward where I greater variety ot food might be adopted -
Nature takes any old colors orange state convention lit. Plant City. I was lying In company with'tbe. sur with the same nutrItive values n* In any case we can supply you it moderate cost aud experttorkmn 1 ; will do the job

green, pink,blue runs them together, They celebrate Saturday nn a day of geon. When the officer passed my bedI the above,' but these figures will suf with the bosh at ihe l lowest coat

and you can't pick out an Inharmo- rest. noticed that my face caught his attention. flee to give some impression. of the New designs in -

nious square Inch. 'v. R. Cherry. a 'white man who Indeed bo stared at me as if quantities of ordinary cooked fOodstuffs ;

You can see this during these October has resided at Welaka- for nearly a he bad known me before. TIle next required to yield the nitrogen WALL ''PAPERarriving Xennerly Plutaljing''Pipe Fitting to o :

days by taking a trip on the I year past.. was arrested last week by day I received a basket of fruit to and the total fuel value called (or by ,

steamer Crescent through Dunn's : Deputy i J. S Manilla! Bishop. Cherry which was attached the card of Major the above standard dietary daily

Creek and gazing at the foliage of Is wanted In Virginia! on the Adelberto- Angelo. A more- elaborate diet, one In large Next to Kounerly llardw:ue Co..lPa.tr3.om. .
charge of internalrevenue invite
Impersonating an Major Angela came to see me everyday measure free from meat and; having essentially We inspectionAcIeillhE1I1SIeqaiI
the trees against a background of o lcer. ,
I after that and loaded me with at
the same content of nitrogenand - -- -

blue sky and tinted clouds. I The Clansman Thos. Uixon's new tentions. Naturally I became very with a total fuel value of appioxl- Dru CO -----...-- ,--- -=-""'" -- !
What would think of I drama, was presented at the Duval & ( o. = 'Y'_ c. '--- "
one woman fond of blm. I endeavored to gain from mately 3,000 calories would be as follows ----- r :(

another whom she saw trying to and Theatre Tuesday.Jacksonville Of' it the Times-Union last. Monday him the cause of his having noticed : Fried hominy, six ounces; sirup. -== : : :: :: :E=>haJXO.a.oy ===- i t t
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wear a combination of brown red, sa\s "The Clansman was pio- me and of his attentions, but tailed three ounces; baked potato, eight PA LATH A. FLORIDA ,

purple, yellow and sky blue? duced here last night to a good signally. lie declared that It was the ounces; butter one uud one-half -

Horrible? But If you will look at house. But the play was not good. result of fancy. The Intimacy lasted ounces; baked spaghetti ten ounces; New goods. Drugs, Chemicals, Druggl8t Sundries and :

the autumn forests to day you will It has little or no literary or five week., at the end of which time 1 mashed potato ten omues; bulled turnip patents. r

see the same combinations only artistic valUe It Is neither was discharged from the hospital and ; six oilmen; bread, two ounces; apple PRESCRIPTIONS OAHBFULLV OOMPOUMD&O. 11)) _".

and hold Interesting nor edifying and Is utter very' soon after exchanged.The sauce, eight ounces; apple tuploca W" are receiving dolly, New (( FRESH GARDEN BRED. A|. nui Mallory Steamship. Line ) :,
more so. yet ly attention from those
you your he11'88
unworthr.of all next time I saw Angelo pudding twelve ounces fried sweet potato and Fresh Groceries of all ::2. .e;;;; "'S .l. 5saBBSaeaSBB4 SSB sa=_: .
breath III { Rt seriously. ;'
rapture. ,
lying mortally wounded on tbe battle eight ounces; fried. bacon one kinds. We have the monk

Curious Ua's It? W. J. Godden an ] PIScopall\lIS-1 field. We were pressing the Spaniards ounce; fruit Jam, tour ounces; coffee complete stock of New CJooila .,.

sionary In the before Santiago, and having cleared ono'alill .half and ton, three- in the following lines than WA
one pints
FOR YOUNG MEN. are between Cut ..n<1600 Indians' now hRVft ever had :
In front of our regiment
directly
a way fourths of a pint. Such a diet owing
: John Henry Broadrlbb died lust In touched the Everglades with civilisation who are and barely in order I with a Galling gun we pushed to Its vegetable nature and lack of con. .1&111'3. Dried iimid l' KvitporiUetlfruit N IIhen ![

i_ week. to gain their confidence he had forward over a fie III. Stepping over centration. Is naturally quite 'voluml *,

.: Perhaps you never heard of him. to go among them ns a "medicine what I supposed was a corpse, 1 non,;. A greater( concentration of diet Best brands of Cannod (ioocl
man." rather than R religious teacher glanced down to be sure that 1 should Is easily obtained by replacement of consisting of
Few persons have. and that successful medical' not touch It, and looked Into the livid
by /
of the vegetable matter by
You knew him aa Sir Henry Irving treatment he had finally gained their face of Major Angela. It was not permissible a meat portion and this. the ordinary man, with Fruits, Vegetables, Flxli, Mcitw, For the Season's Slave

the greatest living actor. confidence to Much an extent that iu
for me to leave my company

, There Is comfort and hope for real 1 progress in civilization Is now : but I did Stooping, I raised. his bead. his prefers highly to do developed because of palate the Increased usually OreulM, llrcukfiiHt FOIHIH, Kiitlr and Range Business.
made this remnant of .'
being among his and Wheat .I'loiir (.ralin Ill Flour I
struggling young men in the career the once powerful Heinlnoje. tribe. I Angelo opened eyes, a loving flavor which his acquired taste now

:i of this man who came up from Junior a'' studio told me that ho recognised me. cnlls for. }Further tha resources at Yellow Corn JMcul. Tens We have rolled up our sleeves
,' President Roosevelt received I saw him try to move his lips to speak Coffees and '
t clerkship In a London shop tot hearty welcome at Jacksonville last' but the effort was a failure. Then befell the command of the civilized man render Spleen l andare going in to sell more 'I

be the foremost tragedian of the Saturday He made two public I possible great variety In matters Halter I\lId than we have ever done. .
back-dead. of but whatever the character of diecue.Crackers P. ,
Victorian era. speeches-one to the assembled people : diet 2-i---
.
J He was born John Broad- III front of the Seminole club I went home, like moat of my comrades the dully food dr however great the uiicl Cakes, : And as the stoves are;: Buck's _
Henry
and one to the colored people aaHem- sick but It was not long before number and variety of tile IngiedleuM Hums 1 HhonldeiH. liiCHkl'ilNtfiucoii --a- -the greatest line in
the
rlbb and poor. It was only after he .
I feet and
bled at the Colored Baptist school. was on my again
will found that the -
It be nitrogen con.
had made a for himself Sausage:, Pig Feet: world pnd a. 'we hear
great name He was entertained at luncheon by Joined the family In October In Wash tent and fuel value of the dally food of nothing ,
that Queen Victoria made him the the board of trade In IU assemblyroom ington. Uy sister bait for some time mankind will In general correspond. In lIed: New: Florida HitJ but the most enthusiastic >I
and first actor-knight going a my
and lunch. In the large nieuHure to tile dietary stundards reports from all
reception eveningthe users why :
:
mother forbade me to excite her with ,
Here Is the to --
the civilized
encouragement president went to St. Augustine usually adopted throughout alld'.vpr.thlng usually kept -
should
young men In the life of this Illustrloaa where he made an address in the en- accounts of my war experiences, especially world.-Russell II. Cultteudcu In III a first-clans Grocery store. ; I we not feel encouraged? ;.

actor and scholar whose ashes closure of old Fort Marlon.\ He' my stay In hospital When I Century. _ _ Call and see us, you. will b"'IIrrrlsp,1to ; ,- Buck's have been built for i'
spent Sunday quietly. at the Ponce : weut into Adele's room to greet her find that we sell best quality '
In close
now Westminster ; onto 60
repose Abbey de Leon Hotel, and attended serviceIn after my long and eventful absence! I POINTED PARAGRAPHS. such low prices. 5 ( years now, (S9Ya .r.
Whpii ho made his first attempt to the morning at the Memorial\ was puzzled at the" look she gave me. c to be exact) and if they were

act a part III a local lyceum lie flunk Presbyterian church. where he heard It look look If I
was a hungry a us The prudent man opens his eyes and L. C. STEPHENS not all and everything is
ed. an eloquent gospel sermon by Rev
Singe fright prevented his open. 1 might have news to tell her that she ,
shuts his mouth.
J. Collin the Hundreds claimed for
Stout them the
Ing his mouth. He retired In disgrace pastor. longed to hear. I was shocked at her Telephone 84, company ';1
of from all of : Treat though
people parts every oue as you expected
without speaking a word. Florida flocked to Jacksonville and appearance and saw that she! was him to some flay be your en- Kirby'and Morris StR., Paiatka.. Fl. jc would not now be the Largest \

Worse still! St.; Augustine to hear, and see the doomed. She wished me to talk about euiy. Exclusive Stove Concern in

When he engaged to play a. part in President, who In just the man to the war. but I agreed with my mother If there Is a dog In the manger U. LOPIB B"lt.I'Yell...... x. IIILLIAmII'1s 1 this Country. Would ?
"The Winter's Tale" know and appreciate the fact that that It would not be well to do BO, and they
ho was literally throw him out. He doesn't belong I-
from all lie received a generous : though Adele kept turning to It, I We would like to have "
hissed on the stage. hearty and patriotic Florida. wel held to other topics. Indeed on account there. you
6.1s [Ml BAILEY X COt call and this
That would have settled) It with come. of my sister's condition, I was Are you as active In paying a bill see great line.

most young men. you owe as you are In collecting a bill -
not asked to recount war's horrors as '
But this young man knew what o bituer.ry.Sistpr .-- I mast of my comrades were sod I was due )'ou7 Fire Insurance: KENNERLY HARDWARE !
It It not for tbe fact that most
were
was In him and he was bound to give Elite Hankell Gates was I glad of It. Such experiences are more -
ask too much there COMPANY.
people Indemnity
expression He studied constantlyand born in Chicago Illinois, in August agreeable to the narrator when mel- 4
woul lI't be much for courts. American and
spouted In his room before a 1875. and died at the home of Dr. : lowed by distance and In ay case use Leading Foreign -

mirror. He drenched himself iu Miller near Palalka, Fla., Sunday with the shadow of death over us, I You can get up a quarrel but will Companies A. E. WILSON QEO. E. WEr.cn-; -----r.-: B.:MERRILL.: ;.

morning, September, 24 11X16.\ Her did not wish to dwell upon them. you be any better off after you have PflKSIDBNT. Viva Pa..I1&11"1' CABHIH
Shakespeare. And he would take family were from New England, and quarreled so fiercely that pence will be
One day I was sitting by Adele's
any part however low, in the east to descendant* of K til en Allen. When i agreeable? Accident Insurance: THE Putnam
bed chatting with her on ordinary top- National Bank {
a child her moved to Nebraska
get a chance on the parents :
stage.
U Finally and later to Texas. Its when she said.suddenly: It Is a good plan for a woman to occasionally
Dion Bouclcault discovered the let her husband have his The Travelers of H.irtfonJ! r
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genius She was an undergraduate or the "You were wounded and taken to a C OfWesollcltthoacoouuu Pala.tk'a.: I,
,; that was In him and the rest University of Texas, and was especially hospital when you were In Cuba. way without giving him a look that .' .

was easy.The bright in mathematics and wereu't yon 7" will take the pleasant taste out. -Atclil-
Life Insurance of the people throughout Putnam and tender all :
story In the with variations was offered a position that depart "Yea." son Globe. : County (
story- -
time teslns. .
of com' n.i l anoommoilatloos consistent with good BaoklnK. .
ment the university. She: was .;
-of every man who has got on In both "And a Spaniard was very kind to ... Boll. ,
proficient Instrumental and Db. 1m a The Old Reliable "(JermaniaLife" ---- "
your
In the
world.
vocal music, and was especially In the tower of Erfurt cathedral
Men\! make themselves great by helpful in the church by devoting "Yes. But you have heard nothing bangs a lingo bell ten feet high and '

persistence. her talent to the service of God. about It from me or from father or thirty feet In circumference, weighing of New York: ATLANTIC COAStLINE

When ,about eleven. years of age mother, because I have not told them
thirteen tons. Within this In July,
she was happily converted and united a word about It. Bow did you" Marine
Insurance
PRAISE THAT 1T13 dined ten of the town's moat : '
IS UNKIND. with the Method
church aud "Hush. Don't tell them that I men
'i,, i Home time ago Margaret Martin from the day of her consecration to tioned It." opulent burghers on dishes cooked In The Great Through Car Line From FloridaCO1VNECTXONS

an Illinois girl, went to Paris to God was active In church work. "But tell me'At !,,- a kitchen temporarily erected on the The ,Leadimg Com>anie8A.11
, She would pray In public and was beam that supported the ponderous
., ''t., i' study vocal m u a Ic. Admiring ever ready to bear testimony of the the moment mother came Into tbe muss of tlntlnnubulary metal. To celebrate Claims "
friends had saving and keeping of room and broke In upon my question. Promptly
God
helped her couvince her power this repast medals were struck, f
The next time I alone with Adele
Her labor the was
self that she had learned all there among young was often having on the obverse the portraits of To
blest of God unto their salvation.In I endeavored to reopen the subject, but Settled. East ) TUB ATLANTIC COAST LINE, via Charleston,. t;
t, ; was to be learned of voice culture In the Sabbath school .he delightedto an expression passed over her face tile guests and on the reverse the representation the }

-i this country. work and had charge of the Infant that warned me to desist, and I never of the curious scene Offlox. !98 Front 8t.. PAIATKA. Fr.A Richmond and Washington. f"

Perhaps you remember the story. class. in Palatka. Her last work referred to It again. Frank Dixon a. somewhat noted """" .

I How she embarked all her little for for the class church was In fitting up the infant One evening between day and darkI lecturer and li brother ofThomna -- - To; Wpqf[ t The Louisville &; Nashville'.via, Montgomery. ,

tune In the venture and finally secured which her devoted room husband the church was the of was passing through the lower ball Dixon."ThB"nt Clansman harM "Th.,".Ll.'opArd lectured Bpntsand at the" DeliciousBon the f The Mobile &; Ohio R. B. .via Montgomery. :
when I ,
saw a figure of a man come
a hearing before a famous honored pastor She was married to
Windsor Auditorium last
Parisian master; How he bluntly Rev. K. J. Gates of the Florida Conference In at'the front door. Since his back night. Jit was Introduced Monday by KxUov. Bons Via Savannah and Ooesu. Steamship Company for Ii
1 on Dec. 22. 1HUU. For six was to the \light, I could not see his the'I
told her that she The of t New
had the
no voice worth Jennings.!! subject I York Philadelphia and Boston. ,
years she was the faithful and help face, but It was familiar. He appeared lecture "The Man and ) '
cultivating To him it was only ful wife of an itinerant Methodist to be a gentleman and walked Mass." was _Against the } Via Norfolk and Steamer for IL.Y.Vash., BaIt i:

I an unpleasant but very common incident In preacher; ever ready to do her part through the ball as If perfectly familiar GOY, Broward called at the county ChocolatesAll Via Steamship. I Via Savannah and Merchants\ Miners T anapor- ,r.

c To the poor girl, who had life every of thirty good word was and not work.lived Her In with the premises. For this reason Jail, while In Jacksonville the other tation Company for Baltimore. and Phila. ,=

staked all her hopes and all her vain. Tlie world years Is brighter .and I did not regard him as a thief but per- day and had a talk with laham Edwards Home-Hade Candies > 1'1

means, It was the climax of a life better because of such a life. mitted him to go wtere he liked, following the negro sentenced to be To KEY WEST ) Via PENINf ULA AIIID. ,

tragedy. With her one great hope She has "fought the good fight him from a distance. He mounted hanged for the murder N, \V. Kpii... ,Something new andhAVANA >

suddenly swept away from her she and kept the faith and finished her the staircase, and I noticed that near Tallahassee Sept. 4.1004. Two Added OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO. '

went course, and received the crown of though there was but the bare wood to other negrons have been tried and :
hopelessly Insane. condemned for the name murder Every day -
righteousness Loving hands have walk on his step was so \light that I''
It Is but one case In a thousand. laid the earthly tent but Edwards now confesses that he Interchangeable mileage tlokete| good railwaY
until the miles
away did not bear It. He was considerablyin over 13jlX of the principal .
or the
- If we wept for all ill whom we ourselves morning of the resurrection. "All advance of me and bad turned and alone III I guilty. The governor want L SMITH Southern states: are on sale by the prlncliwl agents.. .-
ed talk with the "Tbrnllgh Pullman
4 who a personal con- Sleeper Port CoMt "
East
are in tbeirgrmtves shall
have comeforth. T.mpa to New via Atlantlo
thoughtlessly helped to ." "In my .....ther.. house are disappeared down the upper ball before I damned man that h* might act lutellgently T-aroon 5.., Pa.la.tka. Line; also via AU..ntlo Coast Line and Southern York <:.

stimulate false hopes by Insincere many mansions." Our sister Is not I reached the top of the staircase as a memberof the Pardon For complete; information" call on B. P. Jackson.Hallway.Ticket agent or addressfrSANK ';,
praise our When I did reach It he nowhereto Board before which the of the -- '- -- --- For r"aervstlnaa "
eyes would seldom be dry. In the grave; she lives above the was canes cod Infnrw.loa appLY to "nta Atlantla Coast Line or write '\
It In. not always kind to "snak stars.I be seen. He must have entered other two men will come. It l I. rare n. BOYUTON. DIRt. Paas Agent, W. D. STA.RK.Traveling Pass. Agt. ..t'

kindly." True kindness often lies close this Imperfect but loving some room on that floor and since for condemned a govcrnor'to criminals personally- hut Unv.visit 5000 TELEGRAPHERS n. H.: las West Bay. str..t, Astor Building' :, Jacksonville Florida. ?.
In frank criticism tribute with the beautiful .'ord.ol Adele's was one of them I hurried toward JUIERSON. Traffic Manager W. J, CBAIQ, General Passenger Agent.
Broward felt this
speaking kind- I that care was Important ,
another '
: It. Just before reaching her door Wllmhgton.lIIortb Carolina )
ly too many of us flatter or Jolly," Ritz WILL SLEEP enough to establish a pre NEEDED ---,-- r,
TONIGHT.Smooth I ,
which -
,- stood open, I heard the word, cedent. -- ,- .. .'
Imagining that to please for the moment the braldi of ber silken' Imlr In voice familiar C. III the poalU"maeraatad b, Rnll '
spoken a to ADn"all-t
me :
Is to render On bar outwuljr' : brow with: lendwr-.., : Owing to a constantly Increnslng Tnlosranh. Lnmnaniea* We w,.. I WHEN $:
permanent servloe. Oatber the rob*In a anal. lolil. "Cornel"! demand for space In the exposition VUl'NU' Mt.lt >tia LAUIbH of: gmt habltaf.: YOU WANT '
#'_ There Is nothing better In the Around iba' form that will not srow old, Entering the room, the fading \light buildings of the State Fair, to be heldIn I '
Lay on bar bosom elite a*anew, at Home
world than a kind word. It never Tb. falrwr, .w.*.... 80w... that.blow coming throngh a window showed me Tampa, November 16th to 80th, Learn Telegraphy : Furniture Mattings Study
,
dies. Its good Itl...her ana lout.bar, jrour bmrtladraamlaaapaaca .delight, Major Angela raising Adele In his the erection of several Imposing

Like effect never ends. abaa..Uelp 1o0'SilLt. arms. I passed my hand before my'eyes buildings not at first contemplated AND R. R. ACCOUNTING. Oil Cloths Linoiiums _",11I---u.... .nd 1m..... ,.... ...adi .. I. .,... :: r"t' ,
a sunbeam It casts Into the shadowy gleam of mii..lias' has heen'neceBRary.. All buildings, w. furniSh n >oant tugs, Widd5' .
llo* pm ot the
Opamlora = ::: -
:: : : and ; V.=: I .
to clear vision when Ikad
world a warmth that never again the Tula of bar lilntbaroua s,_, my ,and and fences On thegrounds will be BtaUua isanlaln:. America Ouitli ichiiulaar' Ait .._ '..I0.... c.:_..l..lAah.- ."
and h.tr II pa ara oloaail a. la lund delay done so I saw Adele lying alone painted white and will llm larisnb* .c,< :M. ,, -' Moep :>
goes out of it But the really kind of Ii',. lovlnii word Mb* hart to pee t ;present a THK VVOKI... EatablUhJa Slyperasnd ,", -. IH" ,1J
word but h.rni>ntl heart rorgnl 10 beet, stiff and stark She was dead. magnificent appoxrnnoe. The matter dnnad by all Irixllni Railway 0iitoIIe. en Shades etc O-ir M oJ..
often seems. very unkind. In An'I front rialntv, .head.u>dainty' ft,-. A few day later my mother told me of selecting fudges for the various w. *'J... BuMu ....y 'ud"ul 10 consult ,1' .__......... ,
...C,:
"- L :
-, real kindness there Is discrimina *T.holaalranialyqul.f.v.rla (<"ma| aba lonld.will'eep'and wbllo.tonight.Put that Adele's affair of the heart was departments Is now i being given\ serious 10 furnlebhlm..rheraLoItmon a"' a month ID M..... .a.l remng. ot .b.rum hat 5am, R. S. ':: & ,.... : '

tion. The mau or woman whore with Senor Adelberto Angela, who was attention by the directors. MnnI-. ,;o. fmmI5 to sue' amn'Uh' I.Nice.. MOONEY. .

:- Judgment In praise or blame, Is Fold' by up bar the work...r..and..."..btrampty she used .ohalri.. wear. at the time an attache of the Spanish Poulrry breeders throughout the Ursinoleu.tiudents weaL 0' the... ockl... Im..U..I up". ** carry a big line Q.f.these goods and :-:-:- --..-------:

worth anything weighs it I,.M.down lbs ourtilnaand oloaa the duor. legation. O. AUQU8TP8 PORTER. state will' be pleased to learn that ,-b enter at any 11m.. 11'0 ..... are miking ;Notice: Administrator to ::.
carefullyand .
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$ olll neal iba.unrhn light, no m.,... Mr. F.J. Marshal. of College Park Ilona Fop tail p&rtinirs ( exceedingly prices DOw
speaks conservatively. Fitrtba taalcaaalfu. .| *4 bar under tha auo ke Oa one of the moat experienced our: ,. :, .5,11. dirpes I, q-g .any,tn.e ol Credltori.ItaTlziuibeea .
Vae ra 5yewy' [
la Hnlahed ami Ilia
I now nuardon won at Oiaoioneti, O. ,_ Undertaking and .
There Is ..., poultry judges In .rm will lJaIA'o.ue Embalming. ;'
just oDe type. senselessand Tunjorly\ puloul the Until, Teacher-What la a nOD'Dl1 Pupil country, .leiy "poInted AdmluiIeas'S '
,contemptible a. the chronic And loan ........ae-....will aloap. lo-nlfht. A word that has the same meanIng act as judge| of time poultry depart. The Morse School of Telegraphy __ '_h __. __ _"!!.- """g g I er theeetSte orHtiRu rriwiiaen.le.tt I''n, Ceubi d'OS'?. ,iled
ment of the Fair. by hue County Judge .
"knocker" and that I It the chronic blessed For'Iran nor sleep: prayrra, that will nor not Ions braak Sweet Sake as another word. Teacher And Cincinnati' Ohm,,. BuFuin.N. T. tosms uS Florida,'.. LI..tub .11,,Di 5at.1u.r.A. et .m'' :;

"Jollier" who Is ever effervescing O pCHooteeellhes fcnowi no pain why does our language possess synonyms How's Thin! Atl..n'.....u.. 1.aO....... "Ie. European Restaurant ....0....,.urns. sad virtue having ef 1.50.utbOY iiergS 55Adml.Ieir.Mw ."."" \
No throb, no thrill uf Leapt or brats y'.wk.. .. T... Nan FraUdit Dow by my ..... te 511..., ,
with admiration ? Pupil-So yon can use one We offer One Hundred Val I b..b live ioa
he dons not feel. 0 tlfa auhllrna beyond all ._... nollara Secant fur any othvC '
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That only In.* pure through, dyingrainhl. I when,you don't know bow to spell the Maa Catarrh thai anaou Da curi-d.by H.II. Furnished 5551p.tatd
Sincerity: truth, genuine sympathyand God uiidomanda, and his ware are Catarrh Cur.. ItcMmms, son. hn.1n5 et.Jflu. or detnndS : ,lh1Utwq ;,
rltfbtt p.ylfleCS
real Bid hla boK">.ec1.lo.. other one.Excbange.A 1'.1 CHIUITSCO"t'o1e4oO --'- --- .. isle to tireseot tonic 50 m* f'.r
helpfulness lie In the golden .ou4oomgbI. W..the <1araliru,. ..il.. h...known. r.j. h nioan.Ualnesvllle. Weep' the I.,. thAI will' coma no nora, !... ....,lees 14,....,and boll... him parfaolly Dr H. E. DOUGLASS Baths .Ls.oAnoVT...... ..'. .'
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For she sunbeam down from hearth and tloor. Ba bfiiorahla. ,In a I.u.lnaa'raaiaetlona and iannvirially At 5-541 ___-
For a ml.an..,.p,for the nainaleaa' araoa Friend-I suppose you're always' gladto ab*to aarrjr out. /any obllgatlona' mada I : ud .;; ;
has bad free postal de- Of A tender TO.oeand.ft 'lovlaf ...., by his armWALDIVO Osteopathic Physician E;, rr'tn*!. OWM:' U to WmMtf J5JJ ,
Bet nut tor Ina aoul get a patient who's never had any greet k Chas PrrT| I,
whose goal la M.taTr". ...
livery for the won OlE Raaldanca' KapprhuscJj'sPalatta master teed or
family to
past year and Is Just WhoaalaBulta' Joy la I.... t...|.., bad habits. Doctor-Indeed I'm not. hulraula. DnmrfMa,Toledo 0, for Onnge, and lIb Sbl.. of the
now about to Inaugurate four more Mot for the spirit' anrobed In llwht, Hall's Catarrh Ultra t* tate..Infawnally -- _- Read 'M dUptay .dv.-t1.edlen| ..
rural free deliveries from that and erownM where ll'>......,.are to.nlsht.HKY. I'rlencl-How'. that Doctor Why. dlraotly' upon tbablnrdanil. nuonua su.4are.o AU Curable Disease _.. Pl.Cbamberlia's < sagj.eiuei.of1slegrapbY.. 10 -
tre. It already had one. cen A4- _. W. M. rwAOS UC rtorMA Onrutlaa man. I can't order him to stop any the oar.boMla....,... Bold TeaUmuaialaaunt by all drvulxaTftka ....., J..711t1o_ lid Without drug.0 successfully Cmrcaia casta tree_ I IiIteta.4 ""r* bow. ...eIm7.. a 70uall be! 5'Rlt4 llQlliMttt

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e 2.Orange"Box 2 cmc emcmmmmcmmmcae |= Crescent City News I I fee more.U:than not In full drugs value,,! In- such for his aid small and G. S. & F. Railway..


------. --,---- -------- ,comfort M no amount of money can Another
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I Ia buy. Dr Sprague!: Is our town doc.

I I Capt. B. M. LaBroe Is going to I tor. Sometimes, as now, ho has the Load of New Shoes I ,The Best Route to '

CUESCENT CITY. bnlld a new covered, dock and boathouse field to himself but the people of i <
material .' I II e at the head of Lemon street.
Crescent will feel them-
City never
,. Is one of the most beautiful Direct from the factory. This Macon Atlanta Columbus ; ,
w The boat ,
new ,
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.le DOW ready for
selves abandoned while he remains. '
U locations In Florida. Tourists \ happens every few weeks. Men '

I ,Hay will find It an Ideal spot to launching and another week shouldsee 1 Our doctor Is also modest and the say to us, why what In the worlddo
spend the winter or few tlm inauguration of the new fast News Americus Birmingham Valdosta
a
II u days of keen pass had better sense than to ask you do with all tha Shoes! and ,
delight. launch sorvtae between here and the
B .Grain | The town Is. on Crescent Lakean his permission to make this honest Trunks you get In V Me sell them'and I '
( arm of the St. Johns Junction station The new boat will statement concerning him But no Montgomery and Northern Points.
) got from (1 00 to ti.OO per ,
Rlvorl. ,
8 8B and Is be enclosed to protect passengers need
100 miles from Crescent
\ Fertilizer by water one stay away pair for men's shoes, and $1.00 toJ .
77 miles by rail from Jackson. from the wind and rain and the trips City because of the lack ofI, physician ,

ville. to and from the train will be.. pleasure -not while Q. F. Sprague M. D. j (3.CO per pair for ladles' and from Two Trains Daily Northbound. i'
i 'and the 3 The all day river ride on the rides. 2Eo to $2.00 pet' pair for boys' andgirls' <
p! aa steam Crescent from Jacksonvllle l la here. The) News wanted to say as shoos.

\' c.I: to Crescent City Is one Ora Thomas,-tho !little eon of Mr. much and It did not know of a better You should men's' dark ., LeavaPalutkaNo.2,6OOatn!: No. 10 6:50: p m.

B." B of the delightful experiences of and Mrs. Ira Thomas of Ureen Cove way to answer its correspondent sea our Arrive Palatka Southbound, No. 1\1:00\ : p m. "
Florida blue serge suits for (10, 00. The >I' No. 9, 10:00: a m. '
i.I travel. The steamer Springs' and grandson of Mr.: and than to tell the facts. ,
a of 3 UU leaves Jacksonville\ \ at 8 a, m. men..hat Bond you leaflets with
Line : Mrs.
.' eveoy A. J. Smith of Huntington, who
Tuesday and
U Thursday samples will not duplicate them
Saturday reaching Crescent was so seriously Injured by having .POMONA._
lets than (12.50 suit.Oon't .
m ma per
| Fresh City at 6 p. m. This: trip la the hla-skull crushed by the falling of '
; | only day light rida up the broad the Eugene .Nelson of Hannibal, Mo., forget that we are the sole Schedules given above are subject.to; chaoge without: notice; and the
clapper-of the bell at the schoolhouse is at Chas. Cooks.
a guest time of arrival and of trains la not .
and picturesque !tit.: Johns. agents for Sweet Orr Overalls and departure guaranteed. 1 .

\ Fancy' rq The steamer has pretty cabins In Ureen Cove and who wan !Miami !Margaret! Rosonbaum of Jacksonville 1 Shirts for Crescent City. Fresh Through Pullman cars from Tlfton to Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville, 'I
Uri \ undo/Tors taken to a Jacksonville hospital for has been engaged for the
'" a dollghttul outlook ; lot just In. St. Louis and Chicago all-the-yenr-round, Elegant sleeping; care between ,
"' N ,even In stormy weather. treatment Is now almost well. Fora winter stenographer for the now ValdciHta and Miicon. ,.
Groceries ; Crescent City Is the center of lumber company of Mlddloton AHayburn.
"P1To the orange growing Industry In time It was thought; the )little boy CONE handsome Parlor Cars In service on Trains No. 1 and 2 between Macon ,

n middle% Florida and beautiful could not recover. It. Is expected he Valdosta ar. PS secure choice varieties H Clarence U. PlaIt who has been for
groves ,' surround the place. will be discharged from the hospital the past two years In Arlington/ N. Information, as to rates routes schedules, sleeping car reservations ,

; of Table SupS Good' boating hunting and this week. J., i Is again In Pomona and expectsto The Shoe Man etc. will be gladly furnished upon application to ,
fishing\ will afford amusementfor '
[j plies I is, our constant:3a sportsmen. W. 8. Pine the well-known orange reman this winter. (Crescent City, Florida. C. A. MAULTj, Depot Ticket Agent Palatka.

;J Naptha launches can be secured grower; living two miles west.,pf Mrs. N. E. Plplar! Miss Edith Cook S. F. PAKKOTT, Vice Pros. OKAS.!! B. RHODES!! Gon. Passenger Agt '
We to
study. ought nu nu cheaply for water trip. Huntington, was painfully Injured and K. C. Mlddleton. were visitorsto Macon Oft. '

excel..o g" Crescent City has good hotels last Sunday morning and will bo Jacksonville Saturday .
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and boarding houses at moderato Mrs. E. L. Kames had the nils tor- .
laid up for some time owing to braises --- -
rates. tuna n few days to have her Must be Sold
3 We do Excel. | Beautiful shaded walks and .. received. Mr. Pine fell while goIng ; beautiful pet dog "Jack ago ," killed by a Quick.

- o bicycle paths. up the steps of his porch with an train.
u Eighty ((80)) acres of land at $1000j;
armful of wood. Fortunately no The V. I. A. held a very InterestIng about 'M) acres cultivated. A few Florida East Coast Railway.Local

d J. W. MILLER'SLI I IJ G -- hones were broken. His neighbor: meeting last Thursday at which orange trees grapes' oc.; house .

KCBCBMT: CITY TEMPKHArOBH FOB THE Mr. Mitchell cam here for" Dr. were several new members, and plans barn packing house and wood shed,

Cresoent City, Fla. :gun :! WEEK BND1NO OCToBER :9UIH, HKIB. B. D. Wprague who attended the Injured were made to make some improvements cost $1,250; fireplace,? brick cellar, ,
Time Card No. 62. Corrected to 7 1905.
WILLIAMS, OBSBBVBR on the school building soon. two chimneys; lu feet above and bordering Sept. ,
man. Mr. Pine Is an old Federal soldier -
'hz. MID.
lLlIUUUUUUUUr" DQa The ladles hope that all who have no on a beautiful lake; very
for tor.Cetobe.1' '
I A. W. I P.II. 1 P. II. CC b. 241i who suiters from wounds and other plans for Hallowe'en will attend .healthy. Title, V. Patent. IOUTH.BOUND-REAO DOWN. NORTH.BDUND-READ UP. '
14. S""rd"y.11 HO.If JO'f 1a Cklla. a cronlo case of asthma, and ha has their party on October 81st at Also tools screws, bolt., crockery,
BjadaY. 77 711 74 itt 71Iii. the liall. No admittance fee and files booke, violin' furniture etc., at .
cmmr. an of friends nil over the No. 00 No. 19 NO ,. No. O
D D a D cm MOlld.... I'D 77 'Uf ,0 1t: army peninsula sTATIONS
D CC nD 11. TII..d..,..... 7tH 74 "1 '1' 72IN. who will regret the additional every body welcome.Mrs. half price. Enquire: of J. K.: Marshall Daily D.lly Daily Dally

: Wedno..day: ;: :': ;J 143:: 74Is. ::1 j Welch and daughter from Palatka John Babers, Crescent -00 9 50 Lv ....JackOnVlII' ,,.... 7 00 -5 BO a .
54lie. has p
unun Oar line of Thur.day ') load of suffering he now to City, Thofl. Hhlnn Pomona or by : p
new !lij: Yridsy.... V' 81 7a M'f, 10 Exeter N. H., arrived Friday and 019 515 : 'u :::::::::: So.JaokonlUe; _:::::::::: t. 5Blp stSa '1is
unun IIU'C bear. letter.to; JOHN WKTIIKKIHCHFrultland P 10 U a .............St. AIIKII..e. ..........._ B 50 I' V'O abe
-- ---. _" I are located for the present at W. H. FloridaExecutor's e p 1S' a ." ...,_._.........B."u", .h._..,...._.. 6 ee I' e aad
unrr SHOESFor Word comes from Galesburg., j\ullletonllllntil! their cottage can be ) 10 P U 110. ... ............... East Palalka .............. .. 4 8t IJ e via

rcFl or the death at her homo In that city finished In which they will pond Q\ '". iiji irii-0 A. ...._...........,.l'ki.ka.. ............_. L. 6)fiP Tie a.iL It': '
III It Personal and Social. the winter In Florida for Mrs. Notice. ..!..!U. !) a LY .................... Pal.tka_" .. ................. Ar O'.J''! .jj!.!!..!! c: .
Men Women t L on Sunday the 8th inst., of Mrs Ellzabnlh Welch's health. "0 s 20 P lOOp lor ....._........-.Maul I...."_............... .. I 10 p .......... .,
; Brown aged 81 Mrs. NOTICE III bnrelijr given that" I will' .oil bv 110 IJ 5 00 a L. ............._...'','' Ma...................... Ar S 8l' 750 '
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nnrn .S years. r of County Judun'M (Court for dab at c
and Children t: ....."" ....... outflry, berora tho Court HOURS lqor in 'flljt iilTp LY _......_..._.... iiooK" ......._....._ Lv 'flT p i i110. a q5.
rnr.a:: lIIiD Brown was t-ho mother of Mrs. J. L.Oversreet Tyolto D...".. FulMio' Putnam' County, Florida I on Mouilny.Noverabnr e OR p 11 67 IJ .. ........_........11'.11. ......._......... .. U" P 8D a "
\V. J, Newman spent nil of last well-known\ esteemed etli., A. D.: limn, riurliiff tlm ununl 11 iS .,,,, ,,.. ..Inulufli. S 51 91 "0 ,
:
uu should attract youratten tfI.I : It was the great eclipse of Aug. 21. hoar oCvalo.tha sane being the Drat Monday Q'l: 'l & s & : :_=:u..OrnIuund: : : :: :,::=::::: :: Ii 10 & : tS : ,

tion If you are after tlm UU14U week at his home here. % here us one. of our former winter visitors IIHIU( thnt turned Tyoho Bruhe Into an In said month 'tile following daaarlbe I laud Q\ e 61 p I SV p .. _.......,....,...o..' .na......._......_. .". 800 1, .7. IS ., 4S
o. 1 n __........I'or.ornn.o_.....,.._... 2 80 I' 48 ft :! .
belong' to tho) eRtnta of A. 1> Tucker Into tilPutnam p p .
uuuu kind that are guaranteedto r IJIZ: E. J N.l\1MI1I8P"lIt Sunday:' at hon,. end a grove owner. Mr. and astronomer. He was in his fourteenthyear nff County Florida' tleooanecl. to pay tliatlehlii II) I., P lid p A. ................New Nnyrns,................ .. I.'O' p 4 ID a 0

wear well. We cantafford !IIi: Mr. Maull's new factory at Palatkas Mrs. Brown also visited Crescent at the time a Imnlsli boy of noble of. Wkltl' ducoMail lying soul bvlnc In .c: di4A.. I.. IJ Ar .............._LnkoHrle.' ..,...,...._. L.. t2t"I. "Tiii ..
Ukluu to keep any other !II1:1: destined first Putnam County, orltln. to-wltt" = 10 39 a S &D P ..._...... .Or".8 City...........__ I' s. P s., I't
kind. At the same time I! rapidly nearing completion. City some years ago spending the origin amid had been From "NorthwDHt corner of Section eleven ): tossa 400 P .. .........Or.o.o 0",. lullollon......... .. !..12'.Y.1! !' (1t

uuUU! have endeavored to has the winter at Creeceut Inn, and on which for the army unit, then for the law. South aiolmlnH" to the bnglunlntf' our.nor. atrIgbI.or.wsyotu. V 8D P 11 P Ly ..........__dow Sm7ro.,....._....... LY 2 .0 1, 4 03 a I .
: combine .
we (ot Chester Norton, who.. spent But tile with which' the S ft K. H. U.I thunca South .-s 1000 pial p ..._....._..O.k 1111I....__. .. 1 U I' D I' a .. ,
uuuu; style with -wearing LI&l summer in New York state, Is ex- occasion she became greatly endeared accuracy Let. olmltiHt' ; Ihenoe Norm .Hi doe. WB.iu, 10 81 I' .I SG P A. ... .............. 1'.11I0 .................. lisp SIlo. II.) '
him 1U AS chnlnBi thonce North 10 4H chnlnH' to rlithtofwnyot -
qualities and after you ::: lo many of our people. The eclipse was predicted Impressed U. S. ,V F. B. U.I. thaiicn tfouth Uttdeg.Went r:: 'I'-a .... ....... A. _._.,... .. tI..nrorc1 __.__. L. 10 00 a -oo. *
I&U; have tried nn a pair you IIUI peeled homo tills wtek.. with the belief that astronomy was! a with rliilit.of.way will (l. 5. .a Jo'. U. It, o 00 a Ly ............_.,_ Sanford _.................. .Ar ............ (0( a 0
will acknowledge.our suecess. the addition to the Ualesburg papers give- much space divine thing, and thenceforward be devoteil W..IIH. chains, U* Die noglnnlnR, oorner containing 80 P Ly _....,_. Tliifile' :::. .1 Lna. > 00 a ::s
uanu .. 'R Work on rear to the story of Mrs. Brown's life and of twenty (fin Horns 'In the ]Nurtnwmit one U) Oi P .. .._._..,...0000................__ ... 11.. IJ Ii a
Qj: r'lr.IIMiol V. I. A. Hall began thin week under his life to ItThe debt astronomy quarter (" of Harllon elovon. '1' "' ".bIP U, to 19 P." _..._.. Rookl.d"o.,__. U 00 IJ.9 10 a .
AU! ler ninny Christian virtues. She was to Tycho Brahe not only for South of\\'n ( 24, Kimt.: V c2 o. P .. _._....._.2.... 0&11I......._ .. II j n a. 44 a .. ,

Miol j Of Course Everybody "r.IIMiol supervision of Mr. 32aton.J a pioneer In Illinois and In the section his own work but! as the man who or Also the the Nort W,brant..*t linlfof,quarter the Northern of Hncllon! quarter ulo..", U .Ia: : :H :: :=:::-.:::-.::Molbouroe.BubatlIUt:: ;::::::::::::: :: It III 44 : I H: : P.Ibe

"In theee'dlg"lngs" knows UU' M. Deaton was to attend the only the Presi Cres- where she resided exercised a shaped' the genius of Kepler, can Townahlp Kuat, aonlKlnlnK nine' .'Ul..h.)twenty aoroa Kangtf, more twenty-four or IK*.., :: : :: c :: ::_::::.port: Luolo.Piflt'ee.::::::::::= .:: :W I : 1 I : ii p S' 4

ISS" how; we excel in ,M Cunt City citizen wholesome Influence upon the com scarcely be overestimated. and tha: narrow Htrlp' IIm'.nJ\; : O) lyhmbotwaon c: 08 P ..._,._._ Tlbbal. _.._... ...__. I' 80 a II el I' VI .
1"4" Jacksonville\ last : the Above. .r'' ; alIt) .. .Etlon.I .. .
Groceries. dent's reception munity. Her death was due to the the rluht-of way. of thn(K H. ... V. It. it.Al. 's, ;: ;H C ::'::::::::::::::: ,'.lenmn.":::::::::::::= :: : t : U :: p It to.) '
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R, Saturday. 'eebleness of age and she Is mourned tt.reui.o.ab1e.Firet .. lot 5 III lluM. .k M In town. Plot oC Florahomo QI iS P __..._.,.... Btu.rS....._..,........ .l. 1 11 0 II o' p '0
Uk! Shoe Store Clerk-Women are Putnam County Florida' QI s os a V 8S P '. ...._......._Hobo Roufl,1._....._ SUo 10.. p
UtuHO The new goods for the M loraJ.] O. O. Westcott Is still confined >y a devoted husband and six children n.t. RECTOR, s., a e 16 p ,. ....._........We.t llllJl..r. ........._.. .. S U to 10 IV P I

uaua Thanksgiving now coining In.season You can are rui r.U.j to his home, though tibIa to be aa well as 'an uncommonly so Second unreasonable.Ditto-That's rlgbt. A woman Bxpontol'motor of doc the AM mutt...U.. will and toetiitnout of A.I). ti: : 52 : : 51 18 & :: ::::::::W.at BoyuiOn P51,0 I ltumab... :::::::::: :: ; 44 lii : : 4)14 & ::s

uuuu depend on Fresh Urooeries { up and about the house. Ills strength; large. circle of friends. came la :yesterday and said she wanteda Thin OuUiber SOil 11103 10-B.lw 1:: : si : 10 V :; & :: :::::::_-3orI. DelTa Lauderdale,........':-:::::::::: :: : 144 iii : : (It itt C Co '1

at.. i does not return Il4 rnpldly us his shoe that was both comfortable and :::: I 86 a 10 ao pit.................. D..nl. ..................... a It<,1. 100" '-1
unun The late Albert Josselyu waa a Low Rates I D e, a 10" P ,. ..._......_..B..naod..o.. ....,......._ .. 8 Dd 0 7 55 IJ oa
friends had hoped. In and like all of etyllBb.-PblladeJphlll; Record. :.:. .4. n 07 p _...._._Lemon city....,....._ .. a ,C a 7 IJ I' o. .
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C. L. Chamberlin's 9n Palatka who spiritualist religion .... i6_& 1liSp A. .....................MI.ml..................... Ty e !2! Ii 7 24) p
j !Mrs. Dr. Warren of hat uncanny faith had a notion that From Jacksonville, Flit via. Allan-

iri rnI Crescent City. I namcccag !! has spent the pant ten days here he had n spirit guide or control who Do You Want t to Earn $100in tic Coast Line Hy.floraChlango D.lly E". HOMESTEAD EXTENIIO DutIlySun. ..,,,.
( III., and return' on
hr household : .
em a aw Nicking and preparing acted as his guide though tills world _ _ Sun.sOla
sale Oct. 211 and 24, limited to Nov. -
& D nCG rn nG goods; for shipment to Palatka left ofdyspeptla and torpid livers. Ir.foiaolyn's tie next thirty days? If so drop us 6 1005. _.._.... LY ,..._.,_.,....]\\I..ml................_ lor ........... -SSOp
-. -- --- -- Monday.The a card. for partloulars. The fastest selling 10 SO a ......,i.... Ar _.__......_...Uoiuuo.tesd._.._........... L.....H......... 1 GO I'Ifo. 4,
for that city on spirit control waR B blei and subscription bonks. on $1O.W5 Atlanta Qa., anti return, on

vw QQwv WQ i ladles of the V. I. A. will give; said to have been an Indian who had the market. "Sermons by the Devil", sale Oct.. 9 and 19, limited. to Oct. 21), I No.17

Hallowe'en card pnity at tho hall\ Inhabited tha happy hunting the new war book "Buaala ard Japan" 1HOO.' *1 1'1.' .. at No. IB I>,nlly, MATI'OItT BRANCH 1'10.18' N... 110 1'1.' .. .,.
Take long and Our are noln- ';:r :;:r D.lly lta\l7 :::; ..lIy
next Tuesday night the 8lHt: lust., Of ground.: The old man got a deal of many others. agents Corresponding low rates from other ; ; :::.
las money. We pay big commission .
points In states - -- -
I course there will bt refreshments comfort out of his religion and every and glva credit. "Hee Atlantic Coaat Line Agents or I oe P lOlo a loop Slll"! LT H.l..k..y\JI......... Ar i 45 ft 11 80 P e ro 4
I No. 441'1I and I a good tlnm for alt who attend. summer III,. passed his time at the Tile Elils-ltlattimi Co. : 1 us p 10 is a S u8p e... a Ar.. ....Su. 1."k..lIftH. Lv.. 'a1 n It 44 I' a W. .
write for Pullman reservations and I'40 p 10 au.a a 40 p14Ip s 58 a .......PubS 1"... "..._ V CC e 11 "Mi a 4 (4) p.-. ,'
'Kev. J. K. Wight Is expected: In Spiritualists' rendesvoiis at Onset, 'Dept. Y JacUuon Xenn full Information tu a.4" p lOUalllua 1 04 a .. ......AUnntlo Bnaob...... ".. V 00.. ii In a 4 4D p.. .
comuiunlca-. OOp foop 985a ...,_MayportFENINSlJtAR _..._ eC3a 11110 flOp....... .....
preen (Cove Springs this week to reume dans., holding frequent J RANK v. UOYI> TON. .
:: It _will cure Chills pastorate of the Presbyterian lon 'with his Indian spirit guide FOR KENT-Six room house cpnIrally Iiet. Passenger Agent: -- -=-=-= '

. and Fever, Headaches, I Itl huroh. His first service for that through a trance medium. 'The old located In Crescent City house Jacksonville, Fla. AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.! ,
furnished addresss MiseFlor..nee
Colds and Biliousness. plane Is announced for next Sunday.: nan-/ WitS probably Imposed upon, tartly Alklns care; of. D. M, Uail- '

I 'Mr. and Jklrs.:\ Frank Buck lire expected tilt, he enjoyed the Imposition andIt tier, FItZKeral'l Uiw. Oct. 21, lit. .6... :I r Sporxcor: Close Coanectlos: Wide st Mlsml with Steamships of Its P. & 0. S. S. Company For

Try a Bottlw mado him happy. Ha was a goodman
to arrive here til a few days. TO RKNT-Pleasant furnished Dentist.* HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
and his Indian, control was a .
as -- ---- .
: ONLY 25 GENTS.For They .usually\ the first of our winter apnrtments for light hotisekepplnir.
residents to arrive aoh year and dead Indian, be was probably good Address (U. L. Uhamberlfn,. Crescent OlDce at BeBldence oa Prospect Street ,
j Bale atLound's also'. There are some strange faiths Clbv Flit\ Crescent City Florida. n....Time Tablea show the limoS at which '...Ia.may be oxtMMitfHl l to.arrlf' at and depart 4
heir coming is always a \grrtat pleasura from the aaveral atatlona, but their' arrival or dupu.rturlt at tile tin,.. .,000.'tI I. not gunrantamlnor

In this world. but the strangest of _____ o- -- ___ ___ __ ______ ___ .__ Uila Uompany lo bo bold roapunalblo' (or.y.I.l.o..al'_ ooaooituoiiooa arising. tburufroin
Drug' Store to the people. hem all 'Is that of the spiritualistwho .
has heard ">f another
The News!
: "Crescent City, Fin.J who contemplatemoving here claims. to hold communication For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information '
nnilly with spooks. Mr.; Josselyn had disposed

Fresh Llixt ,,( O"rd"'l Hm-l. on account- of our school-:Mr. Wells a of all his property here save Over Half Million "SEE, THE TICKET AGENT."

l (Jennino n-rinuda Onion Snnd.Rlvrby SM of Snlnuma Heights: who I I" Interested tho little piece of land on which his
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e-- heavily In Haw creek (,rup"l.ty.and old soap factory stands. J. D. RAHNER. Asst. den'l Pass. Aft., ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. ,

-- -- who contemplates the purchase. SATISFIED CUSTOMERSDo. Effective June 3d. 1905. schedule figures for Mayport Branch and Homestead

of a-homo here. Extension shown above will be changed; additional trains being put Into service
8Jahn. Dayllant. .-....- Yes. We Have & Doctor. between Jacksonville and Mayport and the service between Miami and Homestead
Miss Miriam rayson ami tier nono you think such an enormous business could bo built up and
The News has received a letter Increased it did not have value and merit being reduced to one train a day each way. For correct schedule' see any Agent
The Beach &: Miller Line brother cam home last wti-fc from continually our goods exceptional of the F B. O. By. \ ': '
from a northern subscriber who Do you think we could hold the trade of half a million people, U our ,
thu ,futility
$t.m.r CRIIICENT.I. :: Nurth: Carolina. where to hesitate about coming here reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established I --- -

.. JackiouvIIIeonTne.dayU; .Tbunltl". ha. been spending the tumtll..r.Mn. seems Do you think U. S. Senators Foreign Ambassadors Bankers Business .
... be Improving, for' the winter because someone has and Professional in section of this would keep on using '
"ud mini-day at .JO: a. m. for Or n um. Pnysou l I" said to men every country '
I'Miittkik. CruMMnl. City and prim:ii-al Wuj but on I the advlei-, of her 'I Informed him that there Is no physician HAYNER WHISKEY If it wasn't all right '.* =l SOUTHERN: RAILWAY. +- .

L4knd&IIgIR.iir.IflwIev.uOrscIntaIt7& some now, III the place or because he Do you think doctors would recommend It and hospitals use It,, ititwasn't
on \V nn- until
physician will\ delay her Return and unadulterated EFFECTIVE AUG. 6, 190G. :
absolutely
pure 0
tteijr x Friday and WonI..y.st7&.m. hAd It stated that. physician .
seen -
JeU-lofoavtU* wharf ootol LursiflrPt next month. Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order.Your .
T.lb|>unn.Aatr had recently moved away from here. back If are cot satisfied. '
*.. ..Lvabarffhn''''linn At* M_, Dr. Sprague, an mayor, hiss. ljnedthe Our subscriber's Information Is money; you Two Vo.Ubulo Trains' E..t.No\ 14 No' auL. North and \\-o.t. No 1C 1 '1Lv 1\)

1' ordinance:, having had Ualttd States Senate,W..bloctea. D.C.
dog tax wrong. (Crescent City has a physician "I han found Hayes Whiskey emptlonally.One.for table! and ....slcl..1 p__." Jook.oalll. Via 80 ity U lit a 7 blIp IlIokNOn.lll, 1'1"Iu ItT .... ', lop ...... .
And
d. B. assurance that. It was legal. L. Jo..p Ua 80 lip 140. a 10 lIp Ly Jssup. .. Ott ... H.. Ity .. III III I' ...... 'lAr
JOHN YI CENT.. D. dogs and one that can be relied upon W...tf. Sf_. L" 8".aoaah. Oa itt, ill I Slip 12 liii.Sr M.IOIn 'Un .. \10 117 ... ISa -..... .'
now some of ua who own COo For both aid and comfort In' sickness, U.8. Senator Cram. Nevada. Oulnmbl..IIII By 0 no p 0 0.4. Ar Silent,.,,. U&.....,....... Ity .... blia' ...... .
Artistic will\ have to step up[ to the caplaln's Ar Ohazhtt. ... Ho lop 10 la p V aa Ar itoue. U. .. ........... Ity .... Hula, ,
Barber. where aid Is possible. Our doctor is Ar .lreetsboin..B,) lip I 18. If VIta low DCltoo' .."..... ........ ity ccArchatisu.oogaTeua ... ..
office; "aftd pay a good Amf-rlo.in dolar of the dudelet-look- Ar O.n.lllo.......... IO! D.' 2 >81> S SiflaRlahao.ud soity .. :
o ..; not a young man WHISKEY Ar loxlulgtun.; 1(3'.t,) & : 'ha., :::::: '.

Hair( Cutting in all approved style. for the privilege! of keiltitlilmjust wise mould, but a doctor of the old HAYNER .... .. 110 B'.I 682a I a 4:11IAr : Ar"'onlllll.Lt. ohln..Q a ... 7 ...... 'Ii,,
much money for .u. vli\ "wit dog Lv ( Iiwlulatl 0. Your 'iAr'hbogo
Give me a call.CB | as all dogs sohool one whose experience stretch : : I...:::.l.lg.: Your I""L ; e'p.ha! .::::: ,
esforagootlone. Hub pet I.ynchIuur ... "0 fly: 4 34 "PA.Oh.rlo..evll.
the owner-and, nil\ will es out over-.forty- ve' years of con- .. .. So 1 lip S is lOp' LvtlIiu.ulnuiu.tI, .U....:: tlao.I: 1 ; :rJ:.:::::: I,'
.-('isrr crrT TLOBIDA lire good-to stant; practice In all departments of $ .20 EXPRESS Ar W.blngo.a ....":"aR : : Arulilecipi LmnSot I '
r.
cheerfully and help| tha town Ar Baltimur. .... It II "lW. L. cIutlnaaU 0 ii.S I' I II ISiti ......
pay[ medical science; oua who ranked ala 4.FULL Ar I'h'h&ol.IIJIII"' ....I' D it. I 611 Arciuluagu..cH.D.. ..'.1 "tul __... '

treasury. full"surgeon lu the Confederatearmy d PREPAIDOUR I'"e._ 2k. ....P IL.\! Lv {'lolnndtl, .. ....C it .5. ... ....' '4ArToledo
A.Q.TORREY.Undertaker movement of grapefruit from No. -'qo.w, '(ark and Plorl.la. &: The the four of war .
daring yearn raliy l'ullman Urawing Boom sioepln5 Car O..t""t. .. .... V"""" .....

and' EinbalmeK: Crescent City began I"Mt week Fri. and who In all\ the forty years of sub OFFER w< "111 send yon la a plain eealed eaee with BO beiwesu )'urS Tampa: Jaok.oavtlle anU New i.v OlnaI.iuail...., la Lines: 'j 1 s 'iaup: \ :
: Yorl :::::
day when shipment wrrw made by has to hU credit many ramr|[. ,? how contante, FOUR PULL QUART'BOTTLES Arptlteburg..PsI.mnes I 0 McLv
sequent peace Of HAVNKR PRIVATB STOCK: RYE FOR U20. and No "W..b'nalon' and ra., Llmltod." D..111 Olntulnnatl .....S.i"t.o.. .. ...1 I V :
.
Pull Un.of Caskets and (.omo Ci.pt J. W. Ml'ler' and II. U.'Kead. remskably successful operations lu will pay: the vxpreae oh....... Take. home and temple) It.nave year doctor ', "ol..an. .. 1.wlo..lLoom, 5105P1U5 Oar.Jaik.ou.viii. .itrOleiwland..IllS. '-nn.,....L e .UPI"-. .

T"'U-phons, / The fruit was clean v.11. colored I surgery and has given Intelligent aid test It-every bottle U you.wlah. Then Ifroa don't And It |just aa we aay: __ to New lIork. T Ly Lurltilon..Hiulty, .... a "8.i' ......
". and perfoetly satleleotory.ahlp' beck la us AT OVK KXPBN8B: and ;; Ar Jul..Ulo... tii lIy.\ a ,lop, .....
to bring funcy prices. dUtiasus.. Hala : your =s-; ;;;;: ;; 4
nnd ought of T .
CTNZNO1T: I'LORtD' lu tha curing many saD will be promptly refunded. How could any. offer be fairer? Youdoo'l I '!II ArSi.LoulS .. .O1t ilDo. ... ..
: Millet will' ship I ,__:_=-t.---:.:.:.:::: ---- --:=r.z= ,
-. This week "Capt. l a man who looks upon the prescription rlak a_to .. No ilt-"Vhe Florida Limited." Daily lII .5 4-,
.... .. TY5a
more grapefuilt and! some early) Varieties I as an aid to nature and Orden for ArfC.3.CoL. Idaho.Mont.Nev..N M..O..Vtab.Wssh.. fvJest.oavltIlolla, Savannah. .. n. ......... .., so....Rr by 1111AI' \& Vaatlbule. train..tbrouitt day or.Mhft and Hull-:. 4

Crascent Clly Transler! Co.Mii..tis .,-. of round ormigea 1111 well as' who does notadtnleisterdrug\ unless ev yyo.,.*malt o Heutrls be on the tot..l15o.::: HaartB Vrclak for tvi.oo rropakid.Uxpresw- ffpalaTor .- Ar' OuulimtIu A.ho.U.110, 50.... ........ ......\In.0 a.Ill 0 I "p'"'Is" mao- olo..plnll_,t&- ,,=.raJ..keo'nlll.I z=,n__ _:'ZZ'" -. vl4BOBT1IWICUT. ,

grapefruit; will go forward from the nature needs snub avsUtaiiao. H.believes Ar 1111'SprlIgi'. N' 0 .. .. 80 D, I Sip :
Wril.oar nearest office and do It NOW. ---l No. ISNr
all trains at 0:_. at CHj Junn.tloii Oowen. It will bo, 'I' Anniolilo' Teen So 117 5 oop [ .
of Chits B. thiit. the mind exercises. an
grove Ar t1l.III., ...... .. Yo 1(7 S ala'
NIght trains b1.app .lntm..Dt. about three we..k" I.fura'th" fruit Influence over the body to .u certain THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY Dr A.. in 1.011'' ._. .. ....Ko B. 4 Sop 1v S.uIou.onvible...... 80 lip 7 SlIp it
If aln.'a.L' ObIO.... ...Q,5 0 I' ills I..l..p ... .........._i14 ity 10 lOp ... .. '1'-
8.1C. LABBEE. IXansgr.wmroi begins to g> forward fu, any quantities. extent and that many supposed Ills Ar M&oon .. ....... ........Ho By a SOc .," q' ,
__ Atlanta, 0.. Dayton, O. Bt. Le.is.N. .$t. Psul.Mlw N... IIO-D.117 Pullman ra..lnc-Rnnm and Af "'I..n.. ...... .. _Hn fly a..... ...: t
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---- are largely th. result of .a.!mental 401 DtsntuaT. Twt.O. KnAsusaso UM. _ Buinut 1I'.elJlns' car .between.. .."" .....a.lII.cad. A. .kailelon' ..I... .... 110 Ky .41.. ...... ,
...
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\t.Lo..III. II.' .
fancied ailments. U ltI.n"II\lb"\ AIa."o By "
The hotel Qul-Sl-Sn at Huntington dwelling upon! them Ar Memphie, P.On ., Vrlsso aSp .mo,,
has been put In repair and If a Our doctor Is a good doctor If there -- --.. AT Ean.a. City, Mo.:.: ... rIees : lea. '

& secured will on.. Hals of the, regular Tw Trnins Daily i'Si.unphle .. ...... .. .. S sop l1
manager 0"be' open ever was Ar l1t. :Syringe: : Ark..9. : :. 15)41 1 :::: ,' ".i 4 I
of gnesls'thls' winter school, using the reinadle j of all
reception' ; To
WT tha ( and 'l'
Wahington *. 13-'*Tii. FUuHd Limit***." Dally Pull-
Huutlngton$ i a delightful pathles according .. they may seem man Pra"lnil Hoatn **l.epln.f oar betw..n ',

tie hamlet surrounded\ undulating best suited to the needs of. hi* pa- IS YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE 7, New ''York. .h..koo".III.._0111'.. Biruniolbain Memphis and 'j; ,' '

land coveted with', fleau plna forests tlents. Ho' recognises: th* llmltaJtlons 4,
Tot --- -- --- -- ---
and the "piece\ would befitted withwinter of his profession-that the If so, let us Ret a, buyer it. We aroin a position? AUaIvAL5ATaA0it5i0sVL.a. -

For Moo). bv: IL11 dealers, visitorsenuld they but know practice of medicine la not an ax- t/'Jl' handle Real Estate of alt kinds!! roMfti'Uesa ot location. .
Prom "e_Tort W..hl.n.N.III.! "Woiihlnltin. and rlo...... Limited," HKM, .... inExce'lnt '
of Its -.dVllnt "" uqd\ attractions. act science and that there Is much to Write- us what you Iiuve/ tr> sell, with (description nd Fmm ObI"... '.. ''nn"... UluattannnCll. eVe- <\1 H.."FI.wile. I lmltl" 5941, a m
b I 80,10 Sanoos,hity. Memphle. B'.mln.I.N.' .. 14, "FlorIda T.lmll.,1 "eta, .II' tI'.
'W. 8HOTWEL. There, ant. many acres uf Bearing learned. And ha Is still learning!: prioeas7dwewilLdour best for you Peom (',...In''I. A.ho.llla' _I' -tell :e'. .Wh'.n' aunt Plnrlds' l.fmL'So10 VIlla m. '
nlTild Bow"" 'Boats oraug" groves lib he pTa ce and near and Isn't ashamed to icy so, though Point Now v Ott Yoa hlo..n ,ie.-Noilel- .. ., "N.w Y.'k anuS fonts Sxprese. .'" Po m. '

t"'lra' bo.t., .; bug1i.. ad makos .U, Vicinity and good"crop,* Mill be shipped ha has passed the ihrert soora and The Crescent City .Realty'-Co. ------ Dl.,ifp Cpr8..tVIO/ '

kin,5.. also has ten mark. Tils( whole section, of I
woem work rspet'. I. l&&$ this winter. Th e piece ,
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tar..arnf hta shop honors him and nil go to him -*"** C-ceiti.'C1ty 1 : Vlorlia : ,Or LOSK. Dlstilnt P""fI8nlr"'r AIr"l\t..lltt We flay 4oreet. JSchsoavlllek F ... ,
"ME' : KeT.tt.f rmnsh l In oil I Ira' ib.. w'f m seuisuU country \. ; '.
: with' th. 4 O H aCKKET G. 31. W. H. TAYLOR O. P. A., ... "
'S2;. & ivnd.social and 1 church advan.' In an emergency of alokp;' aa a..S. }U1\DWICK. p! T.K., ,J1B.oq; )I GA.N. 4f4r: ;,...
"'prt ?, ?. -. .- .suurauoa that ha will; 1'.19.- )Sprrrrvi-r :, '


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f .- Mr. and Mrs., I. H. Hllllard: of Pal I,The "Chug Ch g" Drew--a

.'I The Palatka Newsand atka Saturday arrived morning In ,Jacksonville making a special last I ;.; .. Crowd. | tftE1JNE AMONG liNES r

Advertiser trip to see and bear President Roosevelt. 'late Tuesday afternoon a big
1 The
; Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard are old steam touring car passed throughthe :

-. .- ..- residents of Palatka, and have many streets of Pulatka. It drew
friends this city who were very crowds. Why not? Such events do
!glad to welcome them to Jackson not happen here often. Reason High Art Clothing.
Bros.
City fjapptniags anaLPtfonal l ville. They left Monday evening for The bad roads which stretch in every Strouse &
L their home, after a most enjoyable direction from Palatka. .,
Advance mention .|8lt,-Times-Union. The car caRlA Into the city via the

: '//The Keno block! containing the Tnleville and Ulillstown" suburbs and AH the seasonable
: r1IMMOAM but should
"Lawd bless and
us you
stores of W. 8. Fry. Jeweler Capt.
Mr. and Mr*. R. R. Price (pent Brewer's bar and billiard room, .and have seen the "coons" tumble Into > new styles of Overcoats '
S Sunday in Jacksonville.B Luther Drakeford's barber shop is to the street and yell It would\ have W and Suits fresh from ''t'
of that work of art
[ Arrivals Father Hottolaclo of Ocala these be fitted floors up will with b*tile brought floors to, and the ,reminded known an. "The you Cuontown Fire Brig- i ., factory of the celebrated ':

was the guest of Father Barry on ade." I,. "Iil h ?
level of the street. Work has alreadycommenced ,rA a Art Clothing '
Tuesday. Whou-the sed through (lie -4
Capt. Brewer's bar being I I cur pn r j'
I
business streets there was the same '
County CoinmlMlonvr North of the first to be fa fltted. These See our ''N
!curious crowds but of another color. .; ec k wear .I
BoBtwtck vl.ltorIn the and
.t was a : city other contemplated Improvements "
'
OF yesterday. will greatly Improve this. i The car stopped at the Saratoga 11 ." Show. Here you will

]Mlm Alta Brakeman returned this block now owned by L. C. Canova I Hotel ot for U.the M.night.HiiHlon It is of the Chicago property find! the cream of cravat I

: week from a pleasant visit to Jack Rev. Noah J. Tllghman orValmtka i who with his Don has mnd the overland '1 1i from the leading
sonville. who was In the elty Monday, enjoysthe trip from Chicago, mid !h. on his j. ,; I II
Fall and distinction of having read his i Four-in-Hands Strlnlt.
I
The many friends Ml.s Oertrude own death warrant. It was about I way to Grttiond Th" |party continued : {

Allen will be pained to learn of her two years ago that Governor Jennings -'! morning its J Journey crussiiig early the river\\"dlJ""dll on I the ,, ; 't \ Ties, Bow Ties, Ascots ,
i Iit.
i I iI continued Uluex.Mr. In signing a death warrant, first ferry. ? / 1 : .. Puffs apd a host of new 1
] and Sir. Chas M. Milliard of got the name of the criminal and I The cyclometer attached. to lh I.fl In
I Tampa Tin I ted Mr.Milliard'*,pnrunU. that of the foreman of the. grand! front wheel of the car Indicated 17.484 ; '. : _1 shades distinct pat,
; WinterGoods here teat Sunday. jury mixed. Mr. Tllghman... the mil.... Thin, Mr. IIunion stated '. terns, 25C and
upwards.
E. Noble Calhounls out of Foreman of the !grand jury. Of cou..eMr. was the number. of ,miles lie lies ,' ' Cant. = .
Tllghman called the- gov..rnor'aalteotlon made In hit car this ?..moon.Florida's *. 5"- .:. Our Fall Exhibition
and will be ; t
the ou legal buslneM of.
city to the mletak.o..lnesorille bnncli is -thegreateatau- '" 11" !t:: .'S., # II
absent. some time. Sun. And of course tile governor tomobile road III the umverne. bill 1 : 7 :t : c.- Hats is a beauty, all the ";

A. Holcomb and family have moped being a good deal of a chump, back here In the interior few of these ", new shades and shapes Ii r
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Into their recently purchasedhome has never apologized to Mr. Tilgh- machines will show themselves untilwe "' 1 6. :'-. -::: = r Insoft

on Kirby street.J. man for the egregious blunder. get good! roads. :f _- and stiff from $i'0 t
/ the enterprising! to 300.
Among many
C. Gro8, the well-known orou i> BROTHERS.:
tie and lumber contractor has been young merchants who are anslsting markets Was Known in Palatka. TROUSE 11
In the making Brut-clans
; In the city this week.B. 'for the new Palatka J. H. Yelverton, Copt K. J. Adams, agent of the moment that '
.A. Deal, agent of the Atlantic Jr. takes high rank. Mr. Yelverton.ias Clyde. Lit, steamers, received dispatch Don't imagine for one you cannot get
n Coast Line nan gone to Charleston within the past month put in a early Wednesday morning
I
ATBrown's and Hew York fora little recreation. big stock of furniture and other house notifying! him of the Iragio death of as good values in all the other little dress needs .t'
just
In B. Frank ,
furnishing goods In his new store Clyde, vice-president ol
Cha Hardy baa purchased the Becks block, central Lemon st. the Clyde Steamship company. Underwear Jewelry Gloves Handkerchiefs I.:
fruit and confectionery buslneis of such ,
l This stock includes not only fine Details of the Rf'cd..nt came with as ,
Tony Bharais. Lemon and (Sixth:! sts. pieces, but everything that the com- the nrrlval of the Times Union al and Cuffs etc. etc. \

John Fink a prominent orange mon run of humans require to make noon. lot t, Clyde but his balance Hosiery, Collars |
'- grower and old settler of Niuhua, home life agreeable. Hla stock is and was crushed under a went bound
r, was a visitor the city last Tues well displayed for his Is a roomy train of the tViiiiHylvanlii Knilnindas will find the :
: f is now ready day. store. It is well worth looking Inhere It was iipproachltiir\ the Fifty- In each of these departments you stocks-1 J

to see what one live man expects Second street Hliitlon Philadelphia,
' I for your Mrs. 11. C. Howell, Mr. W. O. to do In a trade way this fall. on Tue=dny. complete. i*
1 1I.
Holmes and Mls Martha Oral arrived -
Moharruin Mr. Clyde was M: years of ego, and
Inspection.Come (-The Royal Vizier of
home on Monday from New
' i / Temple No. 119, D. O. K. K. In the was married but three months ago.!
A... while York. oasis of Jacksonville has l Issued his He was prominent In club and social

+'I Maurice Lemon has been confined edict and In that mandate proclaimsthat as well as business circles and was a I
: the stock is
to his home on Kirby street for the the 20th Ramadan, the 9th millionaire. Wlit-n his body was M. MEYER CO.
I fI unbroken. past 10 days with an attack of den- mouth of.the year 1SJ3, A. H., shall taken from the train It was Mingled I.
gue fever. be the date-which Is Friday, Nov. beyond recognition, the only meant ,
A there of Identification being by the clothing -
17th, 10O6-at which session

member Henry of A. Hodges the firm of of Jacksonville Hodges AO'Hara ple's will be team.initiatory This work Initiation by the will tern-be !Mr.which Clydu bore hut his visited name. Palntka Informer HERBERT CROOK, Manager. 1

at Buffalo Blurt was In the
and known
to
The novel and beautiful ceremony was
I city over Wednesday and Thursday. entertaining startling; a pleasing and instructive C..pt.A. J.aar.. \

\ /.//Hon. S. J. Hllburn has visited bonds of ..
,
I cementing the -- ---- ----- -
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; GRIFFON BRAND J..lneavllle and Sanford this weekon between Pythlans. Kvery:

t legal buslll..... T>lt. Hllburn Is worthy friendship knight should seek \admission I mtI tmnmuamaf; ; HID( !( 2 -?::=:-._._._._.,.._._._._._._._._._._,_."" ."" ._._.,;Jf' _\ "'
one of the busiest lawyers in interior to this band of Khorluo ulI., i "
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; Custom Made .?orlda.I helping with the !good work .and assisting 4 "

, $t Suits for Men The home of Mr. Hpulii. on Kirkland in carrying out the true principals and- DIn Fine Furniture m THE' 4 1
of friendship, charity
street Is being remodeled and :
k are of exceptionally and will be of the benevolence. Cast off the burdensof I
painted one
J attractive materials com ieted.places In the west end when prettiest for.every one evening.day life and Every lay them knight aside who m as well as Furniture and oth- I m Palmetto Piano ClubBy i ;

[ crosses the Khorassan desert will er House Furnishings for the 1
i this year. Tom Holdeu and Chief of Police Remember 6 .
I live longer and die happier. t! I.t\\ "
P. M. Hagan were among the prominent that new occasions bring man of modest income there
\ And the Suits
f Pulatkans to hear.and see President now. duties and that social life Is enriched is nothing better in Florida joining our Piano Club you will be obla to get a m I
( Roosevelt Jacksonville last O. K 'I'
at The D.
are warrantedTo Saturday.:! K. brings by expansion.Its members into closer than the New and Complete y *{100 l> grade Tiiino for $207 on payments of $10 down and

J, Fit like Mr. and Mr. Stuart Worden will social relations, promotes general s Stock we are showing. Vie' mileumherehip> dues of $0 per month, without interest. m f

/I t tailor made leave tomorrow for a week' visit to good fellowship and drives dull care : /,6\ Piano delivered free to nearest denotes soon as theIst/ 111'e ,

\ eI i I, a their old home and orange grove away. I. We can save Ion /e'% Tan Dollars is paid.Advantage. .
you money
Garment. property at Fort Mead. They will
Capt. Howard Dead. m
also visit Tampa.Mr. \ .
I'I'i Capt. J. H. Howard died at Ocala every purchase ;1 m mTo .
of Our
Club
Plane I
and Mrs. V. F. Moody have at 7:00 Thurday morning. : :
i In Boys returned from their summer outing Such was the Import of a telegram i ,
whether it be Furniture Matting -
In New York and Canada and .are ,
received by his son, Mr. Hatton
attain occupying; their pleasant home Howard. In this city during the fore- Mattresses, Stoves I.' introduce and get this Piano before the public, l \

and Children'sSoils ,Emmett street. noon of that day. Crockery or Glassware. The ,,e' we will form club of ONE HUNDRED members, and '

Bryan A" Co. the Jacksonville. contractors The news will not cause muoh surprise ffi I\" ouch member will get a Piano nt the wholesale price. /It
'1 who are to make the lot for Captain Howard has long store is filled with new goodsaB i6'' Tim" club is limited to ONE HUNDRED members and all :
t connections with the city sewers. are been a very sick man, but It will and the prices are low. Come in8..runumts'iIIloon. be
taken.
fg.
already to work on the job, slid are start the tears from the eyes of many yiv'\ m1
r We have just !making rapid progress. and sorrow will be the portion of all aB see us before you buy.
I '; who have ever known this kindly

f '11 .i what you want. 2The the ladlus rummage. of He:! Mark's sale to be church given will by J gentleman.Capt. Howard was. probably the J. H. Ysl\7erton Jr., I t THE PALMETTO PIANO I 1,

The array of be held at Mrs. Boyd'it store room on best known beet beloved matron: the 1.6 e ii4
an instrument that bas baerH-manufucturcd
in ',
r
Lemon street tomorrow afternoon.The Central Lemon St. Palatka. Florida. our ownfactories
river. And he haa seen over 80
Suits for sale will open at 1 o'clock. service on the route between yearsof here I.i with some special[ features that will make it /,. :

! '! ', Boys and Children herlff Howell under whose sup- and Silver Springs. His home was tI 'E1IEmlm) 1)numn1 m mn li /.\ stand the climatic conditions of this State better than .

I i ..rvl lon the state census of PulatkaU at Urahatnvtllo and he leaves. five .- -- -. lift" any Piano made. '
i large I now being taken predicts that the children the eldest of whom Mr. J. .... I

j'I''' complete figures will show a population -, Hatton Howard a recent graduate Order for Publication. fa+ WRITE FOR. CAT ALOCUr., :.
f and there is of over 4.GOO a guiu of over 1,000 with high honors from the Georgia, ;
In the live School of Technology in Atlanta. lit THE CIRCUIT COITR. KIOIITH' Jl'DII'Ilt t '
pant
r ; t 1 something sure to years.The Capt. Howard has been In poor flHOt'lT 1N I'HANCRRY.PKTHAM COUlTFWIU)4- \
1 congregations of the Presbyterian health for nearly a year and a half Rule H.IU I '. The
please everyone. Methodist and Baptistchurches the last six months of which time hit ........Mtu I.t 811I'01'La'.F. :; Gable Company t
will unite In a union ser has been confined to his bud. Ills ,"lilroro. .
U
"ann
br amilitrlt
The Celebrated vice next Unuday evening at 7:110.:) at death, therefore, was not wholly un bill Nee npp. In time abovn....lad Cause apncn.ln.l that to Lafayeu 'the-
I !
i the Baptist church. The sermon, .Metu, the datentlaol .
therein DII..ad.In sDanrt
I. I will be preached by Kev. E. J. Gates. expected.lie/ a good man. One of Gndn's .lil nt of the SUM of FlnHiln,ntil h.Is 'I\ FRANK E, CHASE, Manager. Jacksonville, Fla. f C CffiL

} GOTHAM HATS City Clerk J. N. Blackwell has noblemen. And the memory of his y..ng Man a of rmldint GaorKtn uf, the pod I I over'the llrunnwlok age ot,In twitnty the, HUM inu. (' M'' .

been confined to his home tar the kindly deeds will live so long as men, Train for Ba a In a. yeiira. ,. sod,that. there ID no unrson... .. In the. suteof -----'L..It'L' _._._. ... ._._._, .1iJ ..
KturlUa .
mutt three days with therebe women and children of bill genera- Th.re'l room and a ,raid cps whom the .I. of Mihpoen' ...."" (
in [ .. ;
for Men 'I.Ii'7'7'
1 feverhand tion shall survive. the tanks nd kit bu.ln..s"Soam would bind .e" Dufendniitf, III. ore orrtereil eoiiii;' "" J
those who say It's fur ) 1 that wild non.rumdent.. D r>-eosnte be amid.
1 j !I ," f Soft and Stiff type, not dangerous, but awfully .beam.::rratetn..nda:\ : whul.lotof< Bound In hereby miulrml. to appear' to afore' ol..m. -- --- --- --f
hard to bear up under and be pleas .2.Free Delivery Held Up. ambition& and, smbltlon. II you are is..thday In told reuse on or. etnhonanrie::11"11'.,.. .,
of
Deopmtor'
we will tu.nl.b A. D. Iota
patterns. ant. Of course everybody knows that a ooram.rvul.tralnln* th.i you with will th.Nlr.on: (n .ofald': hill\will, .be taken" aioon-

''j I'I'I //Judge E. E. Haskell,' Mayor U.lna the volume of business. at the Pal- plaMtyou ln.po.rn.in: .': ; .:loraooenf'. femied In further by Mid' ordered Defnadaut.It that. till. Order be publlahed SOUVENIR POST CARDS,
\, and John A. Crosby were the only atka pottofllce Is more than sufficient busy Duetnexe'wo.ldb'' Write our .".. a week for 0 0'''....IIU.. week In

I ; : Elegant lineNeckwear. Putnam county people to attend the to entitle this city to free postal. de. D&....' addrere..'''''for''. a copy> or 01'aa&1ugul. the auld'. ruuuty PalnUa' and Hewn*lat, a''.new.puper publbihvtl. In HUNDREDS OF SUBJECTS '|;1
luncheon and reception given to livery. \0 IIn.. hand
my .n'l om"I.1
Seal
MASSEY 'bte, the
I'' President. Roosevelt by the Jacksonville Postmaster Kirby stated this muchat BUSINESS ITIhI:.1.7: of"Outober. I....., Palatka, San Mateo Crescent St. Johns and \b
COLLEGES City
board. trade last the close of.his last fiscal year and ... : JOHItPI1 PRIcF '
I Saturday
: I is BlaemN.aa.tAt& BOO.TON,'1''':. OW. 1' PowLan Cle.k Clmunlturm Ocklawaha Rivers Florida. ;
I i .afternoon. the business steadily Increasing.During MoarooesarAba. RloMloso VA. .lolluhtor fur mpljilnaut. Io-W.at and views from all over .
I the three hottest months of OoLeasus.QA. JAOUOMYILI.II.Administrator's : : ..
' Hon. J. H. Harp of Crescent City the present summer Mr. Kirby 'FOR HALF.-: will otter cheap for Also) Hundred. of
Pretty and one the best known agrinultur- Corplc Card A
states that the business showed an 10 day. my 76 hop boiler 40 h-p engine -
Ists in the state was a business visitor Increase. of than 2OU the
.' more | over two planers, drat-clmta
edger
I' r Patterns in In the city Wednesday.. During corresponding months lust Notice. Price---2 for dozen
one
i year. shingle m""lIlne. one out off 5 cts. 25 cts. per ;
i 4 his term In the state legislature Mr. Mr. Kirby has naked for free delivery saw one slitting\ saw, now running ,
Notice Is herehy.Nen' that !* month after
: I I : Shirts. Harp was chairman of the committee for Palatka. He has made his thedatff: "I r\\:\ to wH.on the27lh: day uf Atoll In flrst-clai'B order; two log carts Mailed to any address in sealed"envelopea 4o do*. extra. '.(*
on agriculture. : \ per
report, but Inspector Lake Jonox. A. l B. I apply to the uonnty Judge ft there houses: one building 64x80 ft.
' Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Mlddlelon who knows all the' requirements of I'ulo.n Count). Florid.. I ir s dlM-hame from one granery Ilh20 ft., and 40
and acres of Ohas.
lb. further Uniliibnrl1iro or
tharat
u of E.
t I Ii IIUIIIIft
Miss Welch of Pomona were visitor the department, .is holding up this Julia\\.d..I' of wed no luty dece.ed.J. land If desired, .all about 4 miles on Ro\A/ton. PUIUl t1O(D,
i New and In the city Wednesday. Mr. report for the reason that he knows U. IIAKf, Albuinl.tretop\ : O. I B:! F Knllwny. Come and ace ;f
Palatka have free This ITth day ot Oatuh.r.A.1> Iwix" O..III.om "'" .
cannot delivery for It .
yourself.
Mlddleton, among his Items of business inimt be sold at a -.- -- -- I
I DesirableUnderwear. wan looking into the matter ofa until all its houses are properly FOR SALE.-One bargain A. MBHWIN, Box 448, Pal- '('
pf pleasure launch which he contemplates numbered and good sidewalks are carload high. atka Fla. 10-27-2w
grade Jersey cows and heifers If;:!
J young
( J made on all streets.
lake Broward
placing at
upon
I i Pomona.I When we get the sidewalks we all bred to registered Jersey nil II. TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS In House
will get free delivery,and not before. An exceptionally desirable lot. J. quantities printed from ribbon any Furnishing t,
The Palatka Produce company will That n rule of the department. A A. STRWAKT': Clinton G.. 10-13-4I-. new'process. Can't tell them from by
I Ij
l open up business next week in a uniform system of sidewalks Is not the genuine mnchlne written F"I I
j In fact store room opposite Tom Holden's required, but the walks must be Palatka Produce Co., Lemon St., Write for prlues. New. Job work. Is Our Businessand
n..p"rtm..nt
Everything market. The new company will good enough to Insure easy foot passage In front of City Market. Look for ; We also do other
I f deal. in chickens, eggs Georgia and a dry one. ad after Nov. 1st. Job Work at renKonabl any prices kind of we are prepared to do it properly and

f! h, that smoked ham. and lots of other good to your taste in every detail By. the ,way.
things to eat that come fresh from Sunday School Rally. How h
I Men and Boys the farm. The new shouldbe about Hammocks Let us how you a
,I,4 I t successful from the company start.' The public Is cordially Invited to p p pOur comfortable one for your porch. .
wear o. the attend a Sunday school rally at St.
Col. 8. I. Walles. whose heavy James M. K.: church next Sunday, Pretty Odd Pieces ot Furniture suitable for Weddiug Girt.
'" Newest, claim against the state for services Oct il/th./ at 8 p. m., when the following -
In securing the Indian War Claim program will be rendered: B Fall Goods Capt. M. R. RYAW.'Palatka, Fla

most Fund has occupied two legislatures, Song, "Scatter Sunshine," School; "
.
i.i.i.'lL
.and Is yet no more than a Prayer, Rev E. J. Gates ; Song L.I'I.1"!! u crrll' LIU.ui.iL: tA.-JlJX:
Desirable Styles claim. spent Sunday' In the city the Count Your Many Blessings'i;' 1 Are Ready for You. % ------ -____ "---- ;t
1 and Material guest of his old friend and school' School; Responsive Beading, -The h fi
mate Ilev. '. J. Tllghman. Col. World Our Parish" School: ; Song\, The Best Exercise fJHlllHHBilll
i can be had at the Wallow. left for Gainesville on Mon- "Follow Me," School; Addrtsi, Rev. The store is fall of them and article i
day. E. J. Gates: RecitationUVIiy I'm every
y closest prices at In Trouble," EmmaCreekman; limitation _4_ was personally selected with the one idea tc I'f? bad I. In'a game of BoX'IJIII. Just received t
J. K. Ford, a former of the ,
pastor
"I'll to It's
Go Basil Pearce; please OLlf.customer. a uiuncla builder
M. K. church at Como thiscounty,
Walton and '
r, ? was In the city for. brief lime litat Recitation Reading'Selected-"Little Penny," LrlaDukes ; a Most people tell ptovoker.u.-tha' New l
Our Aim Has Been our
week. He la in
now engaged the
M.SgBROWN'S2 ; Recitation "Do All I fan," 4 Quality. Alley U .. _
business of selling organs and his Mildred P."reeR..cltatlon.. "Here ever theon.1188We take-

home Is at Cumberland Oap, -Tenn Am I, Send .Me..' Evelyn' Csrlmel; Alt the novelties in Dress and Fancy Dry their word for It. Ladles play Crop: t
essee. It Is to be regretted that Mr.
Motion Song, Infant Class; I'ollvo- Goods free Tuesday
Furnishingl Trimmed afternoous.
have Hats Jacket.
Ford could not spent time
more ]
Benediction Kev. K J. Gates.How .
Clomi In the he has for- tlou; kirts and
r county as many Garden ;
mer friends who arc quite anxious to To CUM COBMR AMD Bu.iioss. I Maurice Lamon

2 see him. First, soak lobe corn or bunion In warm Shoes for Men, Women and Children. 'it" t:

ANDG 'The Tropical Sun of Welt Palm water to soften it;then pare it down. Central lemon Street. Seeds
Beach says that John T. Craves the closely M possible without, drawing The old and!.Popular>ry Goods and Shoe ..I!: ;

young man recently sentenced to blood ant apply Cliamberlln'a Palo Balm Store i is filled with bargains. We oak yonr (I
, three years In the penitentiary for twice dally, rubbing vigorously' for five inspection. For the 1
G GeMs Is' 111111181101
: r robbing the Southern Express' com minute at each application. ''A corn SANDS BROS.Electrician .
'. office in Pala.ka. formerly plaster should be wore. a few days to ) Planting
l f Lived at that place "where he waa &from the shoe A. a general I: LEO JACOBSON. 1 Fall z zCiti I
known a. a constant-reader the liniment for sprains, bruises, lameness 1 peelers ; (
P I Pului w. [liD. deadly dime novel." That sccounts and rheumatism Pain Balm U unto:uai.- In Electrical h.pl'U"!! and Drug] ;; Store :

ti A dime for his novel ambition hero to figure as a cheap ed.Drug Co.For sale by .iokerman-Btewart A Bulidinge wired for E:lectrlq I-tG.Ughte: A fA


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