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 Material Information
Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 1905
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33474840
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System ID: UF00087245:00200
 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1905. $1. Per Year

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:- She County: Commijiioner./1. I SUMMARY OFELECTION I f The Street Car Cine. Mrs Anderson of Florida..

At the November meeting of the Soma Intornst Altnch. to the cacti. Mrs Patton Anderson returned to

FIRST THE FIELD I the board of county commissioner NEWS. of the city against the Palatka and I Palatka this week from her sum '

a IV? on Wednesday all the members were Heights Street Railway company mer's visit with'relatives and friends t

present R H. Prloe acted as clerkIn now being heard before Judge Wlllu.. In her "old Kentucky home." Mrs. x
Interest III the elvetlone of lest! ,
With FALL and WINTER CLOTHING. the absence ot his father who wan Tuesday Renprnlly centered on the In the circuit court, and at A special Anderson is frequently mentioned In

In Attendance upon the circuIt court. New York and Philadelphia contests term called for the purpose the 1>res. as"Mrs. Anderson of Florida

John Dallow Palatka's ferryman, and on the state election. in Ohio. The City of Palatka, has broughtthis ," a distinction given her all due ,

"' Pearnside Clothing Co. announce arrival of Its appeared before the board to advocate crat In, win New In York a hot McClellan three-cornered, demo suit for the purpose of Annullingthe to her position honorary president ''E'Eof

a discontinuance of Sunder fight by the smallest; plurality mi franchise of the street railway the U. D. C. of the state and from ?w,

trips and the matter was .left to the record for a successful mayoralty company, alleging tlmt the company the farther fact that she Is Among
Superb Stock of Suits chairman of the board., candidate. His plurality over Hearst ha. not complied with the terms of the last surviving widows of the distinguished

k : B. F. King wns appointed county but municipal U.4Kfr.ownership. Henrst's candidate managers, la Its franchise regarding!! grades And Confederate generals :n 'i

} a For Men and Boys. game warden with compensation! at claim evidence of Illegal acts against conditions of track, etc. who played a conspicuous part in
; \ s $50(( at least a part of which he Is ex. 1,000 Inspectors of election and that During Tuesday Wednesday the stirring war events of the '80'.. '
\\ Elegant in Pattern, Design and Finish peoted to collect In fines of which he ItO.CKK! at Mix adherents were turned the time of the court was occupied The Bowling Green (ICy) Times ;rr
back from the because their
( retains one-half. If there lea de. names had already polls been voted Dis In hearing argument of council on ,, In mentioning her recent visit to

\ The KIRSCHBAUM SUITS for Men flolenoy the county is to pay him the trict Attorney Jerome has Announced points of law with the Jury outside. that place, says: <

are Hand Made. They are the embodiment balance. he will Immediately make a loaroh- Ths Introduction of testimony began ;"M' rs. Patton Anderson, of Florida, "'
The petition from Molrose for Iti lug Investigation of the alluded on Wednesday afternoon and arrived In the city lust. night to visit
.ls. rat of the up-to-date styles. wholesale frauds and has orderedthe friends here and attend the meeting: '
rata of road tax was granted.The was continued throughout the day
pro returns from the IHth and 6th of the U. D. C. Bho Is thc guuat; of
Orange Springs and Johnson assembly districts carefully guarded. yesterday and this morning. There Mrs. John E. DuBose on Chestnut
road was changed buck to the original Theme are the home districts of Tam- were many 'witnesses to examine street. ,
route. many Leader Murphy and Tim Sul- both for the city and. the street car "Mrs. Anderson Is the widow of
The Jane Hopkins Suits A livan. Gon. Patton Anderson, who was one ;t
petition for a bridge across little With two election district. to be company. of the most distinguished officer. in
lUce Creek wile referred to Commissioners heard from today District Attorney In so far as the attorneys In the (General liragg's nrmy. Gen. Anderson
in Cunova and Strickland. Win. T. Jerome, independent had a case. are concerned It is A battlo of commanded a division In j jGen.
For the Boys are all that can be desired stylish, O. F. Bullard' bill for compiling plurality over Jai .es W. Osborne, the giants at the Palatka bar. Hon, ( Folk's corps, and after Uen. .
materials. democrat, for district attorney of killed he succeeded to his
wearable Polk was
agricultural statistics, to amount or !3. J. Hllburn for the city as
-. !! 11,450{( votes. The totals for district appear. command which he held until he
-. Ouncountersare now Full of New Goods and the $135 was ordered paid. attorney, not Including the two districts city attorney, And Judge Robert W. was severely wounded at the battleof A
Lucinda. Fonts was placed on the missing, were: Jerome 119.68111' Davis of Tampa, for years A lead. Jonesboro, Georgia.. He And bbs
Fall.business Is already on at pauper list at $2 60 per month; Ren- Osborne 10MIIlSShearn, er at the Palatka bar, represents the command had been marching and
ben Evan at(3, and Mrs.Jennie Livingston ownership, 72,41)2; Flammer, repub street railway These men fighting with scarcely any rest form i
company.
at 42.Jhe'propoeltlon. lican, 18,848. ore than throe days, and wero'completely -
Thel ... .:: of W. B. Manney, All through!! Ohio the belated returns are old time partner. and this Is the worn During this engagement -
a turpentine operator at Ft. Brooke, showed republican losses and first time they have ever boen arrayed he received orders to dls-
to hire county convicts $10 republicans concede Pattlson's plu- against each other. There have lodge the enemy from behind. line
per
rality reaches 25.UUO, The democrats. of breast-works they had hastily
At all year was accepted claim Pattlson's plurality approximates been some hot tilts. thrown Just In front war' an
The clerk wile instructed to advertise up.
F Clothing Co stores for bids for building a bridge Q ,ooo. which would elect the In the city the case Is facetiously old field through which the Confederates
earnsia = across the bay at Velvln(#; on. entire democratic ticket. Tim legislature referred to as "the livery stables versus would have to charge. Uen.
i inditing i ) Notary public bonds of J kell. Jno. A. Qermond and CharlotteI. city party's (reform) plurality charge, but his men worn out with
l : Philips were approved. In Philadelphia Is 48. 33 for sheriff. appear to be some animus. The people hunKer and loss of sleep, almost to a
tka, Florida. The Mayor of Interlacbeii was no- The upheaval wn the greatest In generally are not taking much man dropped to the ground. Whereupon a
L- Bqy-Proof Clothes
tlfUd to have bridge across creek In Pennsylvania for many years. nterestin the outcome. General Anderson rode out into -
that plaoe, on Gainesville and Pa The Maryland legislature: Is democratic Thij street railway I. a shabby con ; the field in view of the enemy, ,
latka road and Atkinson democrat, for about 800 yards distant, and rode
repaired.
comptroller, Is elected.In cern run on a mule basis. The best down the line calling his men to
-- Rhode Island the republican that can be said in Its favor Is that get up and charge. The federal soldiers
yp.'an mmi-mKm"imKK! :;; !m.wm'i:, 'm! p sKTJit'.iii.' MIKR':: :mnmjwami'jBU.wmiiiHttRmii 1 q ,"""' .tl_-tVlr'I':..-OIk&1 Votaries C/ Moharrum Temple gubernatorial candidate has A plurality its owner has promised to.give A better were BO Impressed with his

No. 119 D. O. K. K. of 4,842. and modern service and to give A bravery that they cheered him. He
rt In Massachusetts democratic turned, and, raising his hat, ao-
SMITH the Jeweler: The 20th day of Ramadan, 9th mouth threats are made of a recount of the cub bond to back up his promise, mowlodged the compliment. Just
= of the year 1828,A. H.,or in the word. vote for lieutenant governor.Draper, Just as soon as tile city puts Its at this moment A mlnnle ball struck t
of the Infidel, apart n Nov. 17th the republican candidate, having received streets In condition to warrant the him In the mouth, cutting off part of 6>
arrival of line of late novelties 190&, has been set a day of less than 8.0UO side
f. Announces the an Elegant 1 plurality. change. his tongueand tearing away one eF
worship for the sacred follower. of Every candidate of the union labor oC his face. He Immediately turned y
= ;; Including Silver Pieces, Berry Spoons, Salad Sets, Individual Mohammed and for the Introduction party In San Francisco was elected The streets of Palatka are not now, and rode back through his lines and
into our mystic olrcla of those neoililtes by substantial majorities; in Halt nor have they ever been In such condition was caught by one of his Aides as he
Butter Spreads, neat Forks, Asparagus Tongs, etc., = who are clamoring for knowledge Lake the anti-Mormon victory I. as to warrant maintenance. of was falling from his horse. It was
.(.i and who desire to prove their made complete by the election of the thought that he would not reeov..r.but '
ii with a line of SPOONS in great variety of designs.All oft.. .repeated. boast of strength! and entire American party city ticket. track'grades. This condition will be he did, though he was. never fib> 3
valor by undergoing! such hardship. In Kentucky the legislature which remedied within the next year, after for field service again. -
kinds of jewelry work done by competent workmen a. we In our wisdom may prescribe. will elect a successor to (Senator the completion of the lot connections "He died In Memphis Tenn., A '"
= : Therefore harken I faithful votaries "
ye Blackburn Is heavily democratic. to the sewers, and the laying of the few years after the close of the war.
only. of Moharrum No. 119. Look to The democrats elected a mayor In
thy; trappings, massage the sinews of Louisville by about JI. OO. water pipes for the new municipal :.\Entertainment Committee.St. .
thy camel, rasp the molars of thy Nebraska was swept by the republicans. company.
C.: J. SMITH K. of P of this
= tigers, stretch the cuticle of thy Returns from other states The case may be brought to An Johns lodgo w
limbs, buckle thy girth-strings; tight and cities show no 'notable challges.POMONA. end city Is making arrangements for .
today.
about thee sea that thy knapsack. Is
entertainment of the
the grand lodgewhich
II!! Next to Kupperbusch's Restaurant. Palatka, Fla. 611111CrL well filled, and hie thee to the oasisof
Jacksonville on that date, prepared Q, Tuesday Night's Fire convenes here In 21st Annual v
: : ; .J to receive all Infidel tyros within lias his ,session on March 14th, next The '
J. D.'Vyeth, returned from
: <:1. k:VMVdIIrW6w! Jtl"iIIII l_Jf1tY1GGDIW 2rrI014G 11t IIt W6GLtl tdpkf ""-tl .. NICWIO iP rC f our fold. I have spokon.S. summer outing In Cambridge, Mass.H. A (Ire on Tuesday night destroyedthe following committee was recently
T. 8HAYI.OR. hall of St. Joseph Aid society, and will have charge oC
It Is so recorded. Royal Vizier.W. E. Peck wn A visitor to Palatka one email store and the dwellings Appointed

Go to D. DnUoTTWS, Monday.P. of .even negroes; all In one block of arrangements; : Herbert '
r O 1 1m Hecretar M. Ulsch of Jacksonville, lumber Past Grand Chancellor I"
', "' "With mirth and laughter let old buyer was In town on business GlIlIslowlllluburb. Crook, chairman, U. L. Representatives -
PalatkaProduce wrinkles come." Your pleasures will The ire originated by the overturning Davl. L. A
with liaybon &Co.,Saturday. R. H. Cooper, H. A ,
be multiplied, your eares destroyed. of the small cor
a lampm \
Brothers 9rop"your bu lnons for awhile Join Rev. Mr. Rector of Como preacheda 0. Stephens, and Chancellor Commander
Gray { the cnravMi which will guide the uii- splendid sermon Sunday afternoonat ner store. The negro! In charge of J. H. Yelverton, jr., within "
tI Initiated to the fair oasis, wheresparkles Pomona church. The service wise the; store ran when he saw the blaze auxiliary committee consisting of {'
II CompanyFor \. ;, Z.im Zem's cooling water. well attended and enjoyed, it being IIIIr oil OH the floor. Had he fought MeKenzlo
Wattles
tlessrs. F D. Henry -
King around arose, the flrat service slues !May the blaze at its Inception the tire
I The' Leading Grocers of East FloridaOur your Chickens, Eggs See the tiger's eye, The Hallowe'en party given by the might have been averted.It and J, D. Buky of i
While the time for the meeting
( and other fresh FeM the camel's huniplty hump, V.I. A. Indies at the holt wssagfeatsuccess. O'Leary'g cow that
Mrs
strictly was
I Coming through! the rye. The first pert of the even the grand lodge may seem distant
stock was fiever more complete than now I farm products. We have Gay bid owl are blustering ing was given up to marcher by the ticked over the lamp that destroyed yet the local lodge believes in doing
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All around the hall. young people, all dressed In moat Chicago. It was a Gllllstown ass la
for lot and the committee
arranged a.ehoicq, Everyone Is Jolly. lullll'.. After theun- hlngs properly
and new goods are arriving weekfy. a istonuhlng who kicked over a lamp that would '
of superb} Genuine Georgia Seeing the tyros fall. iii nab Ing there were various nincuemeiita Paintka now on the move getting everything
A few of our specialties: Home Smoked Hams and Plasters for emit. Bides I cnn be hnd co ,si tliif; of a flab poaj out have drs'ruedaUgpartof shape for A royal entertainmentof
If delllr..d.SoothlnR of which were drawn many valuable last Tuesiliij night had the wind the governing body of Pythlana In ..
fla Ferris Hams and Breakfast Bacon, other toothsome farm pro syrups and divans for articles, and which nns extremelywell been In the right direction. As It the domain of Florida i

Ii\J.\ Genuine German Dill Pickles, I ducts that iwill put in those who are tired. patron I nod by the small fry. was the fire destroyed everything In .'
you 'i
"Minium:! Zambezi
Then there ,
was iM
@ .. Olives in bulk Pure Olive Oil, mind of the old days. Dr.- Armstrong Is meeting with who did a rushing! business telling ts path except po"alblyone or two For Library Benefit.

All the leading brands of Cereals, Mind our aim will be grand success In eye troubles and nervous fortunes.. Litter CHDIR the serving of small shanties. away. from the direction 'rho executive committee and la-
l8.J you complications.. He Is well en. Ice cream mid csl". and the playingof ; of the fire, and these were saved dies interested in the Public Library
I Vermont flaple Syrup, &i to, supply only fresh produce lorsed throughout the state. Anyone some games. The hall was beautifully by bucket brigades.The \ "Checker Board Party"for
Buckwheat suffering with any eye or nervous lighted by Jnpitnesi lautuue.and ,announce a
New @ direct from the farm water supply was A failure.
trouble ihnnld see him while on Jiick-o-lantcrni, mode by the the benefit of that Institution on "
Graham, to the home consumer. its professional vlnlt. Dr. Armstrong schoolboys, found clink cornrr* In The fire boys couldn't throw A the evening of the 28th: Inst. The ,
Whole Wheat and Rye Flours, alsoPillsbury's @ ,leaves his hums office In which to Hinlle I1rull..tlll'bed. The stream, to the top of a one* story place will probably bo the Armory. V,
Larive's old Stand charge of nulf specialists. He will affair wss very eejeyebleallaround, shanty.. They did nobly with what of this
The checkers at A party
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I Gold Hedal, be here lit person Nov. 12 and 13 at ana attended '. from adjoining
Obelisk and other I i the Arlington. Will also stop one : towns as well as the home folk. little water force they had. One or kind are composed of young men,
< !' Lemon Street, Palatka lily .Hawthorne., on the 11th. .Tin" next function given; by the V I. two of them had their whiskers and women and they are moved

Brands ofFlour. I : A. will be asocial Fridny evening at scorched and their clothes nearly about by the players as on n checker
which a good time!' It promised to alt burned off la the battle. Frank
board. It Is novel, entertaining.
51 In I who care to Attend. Hagan was one of them. When a At the conclusion of the jAme.1I p"

Also the largest variety of Imported Delicacies ; H li-; Miss Nellie (took who luis been crate.bar at the top of an vlectrlo will be Invited to participate la A
the guest of MM.. Hniirtiinky:! In Jacksonville "
ever brought to Palatka. r--7 1 returned home Filday. light role caught ftr..an effort was I dance to good muslo. Refreshments y

) Miss Helen Stelinnet of Norrlx- made to put It out but the water will be served. There will be A goodlme. f;

.. stream wouldn't reach within 10 feet Attend And thereby assist the
: town Pa in here for few days, the ;
I BOTH STORES : I guest of her friend,; Miss. Kiiinm L. of the blaze And the etfort had to be I library! _
Olmstead. Abandoned.The '

( : r\, W. P. Johnson arrived home Sun tire raged hot and furious
i Lemon Street. The West End. ShoPPing. day from Blackshenr On where h.. from 9 o'clock to 10:15: when ItS The Stanton Foundry and :Machinery .
1' was called by the death of; hU broth. spread was stopped from lack of ma company of this city has been
PALATKA. FLORIDA er, Russell Johnson.
) terial. It was the biggest fire Pa awarded A contract for furnishing

I Hade Easy. latka has seen In years And the castings for the sewerage At Lake ,
m 'I' ': ? 3 This Reads Good.NoTlcieCommeucog whole city turned out. The loss Is City,

/:, with train comparatively small. The buildings This ls one of the biggest orders of h
No. 10. Monday evening( 18th, trains were Inexpensive home., but they the kind ever placed in the state and

1 : on U. 8. 4" F. R'y will leave from the were homes and to be deprived of reflects credit ttpon this growing<:

< new depot Instead o{ from Union them mean much to the unfortunate company whose phennmlnal success.

: If Girl a ., ; 1 for .tatlon. O.Yi WILLSOS, occupants every citizen of Palatka has A pride In
: Your Boy or \ Our Agt, O. 8. A F Tom Holden owned three ,of the Nothing teems too big or too small ;

a 't New.Catalogue.. building and he valued them at $360 for this concern to take hold of In the, 4

hard shoes WHIM You HATS A BA > COLD. each. HI Insurance cm the three I ls shap of castings or Iron work and 'It y
for on ,
; Have the being
reputation Over 100
\-J '\ pages You want a'remedy that will not only about$400.Mach 1 Is continually Adding And, Increasingthe ,

: perhaps it's.because they have not been wearing ; fL..) I give rulok relief but effect A permanent, of the contents of the buildIngs facilities. of its Already extensive: ,
; cure pl.nt.No
IllustratingDiamonds saved. The fire boys re-
the LANE kind were
CURRY .t You want a remedy that will relieve
1044 ColoM: Boots .!..". the lungs and keep szpeotorstlon: easy. spondod promptly and worked Intelligently POISON IN CHiMUIBt.Atw'8 CotTOHBBMBOT. '
We have dozens of"roujr.h house' youngsters, You want a remedy that will counter with what little water : '

on o'r list wKo wear our Shoes steadily for six Clocks, aot any tendency toward pneumonia they bad. From Napier New Zealand, Herald I sz
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You mat a remedy that I.I pleasantand Twoyean ago the Pharmacy Board of
> monthewithout'ahowinga break. What we can l Watches safe to take.Chamberlain's. Bazaar and New South Wales, Australia. bad an nk yl
ii Silverware Cough Remedy meets Supper* analysis made of all the cough medicine -,
I do f!>them'we;can. ? do for Jour boy. all of these requirement and for the The ladles of SB: Minions churchare that were sold In that market.
) preparing to give bagaar and the entire list found '
Plated re Jewelry speedy and permanent ours of bad colds Oufof they only
stands without a peer. .For sale by Aok- supper on Saturday' evening, Nov.11th one that.they deolarod was entirety: free
: OUR SCHOOL SHOES Novelties. ermao-Stewart company. : .All who have attended tbes* from all poisons. This exception was
: ,. Holiday 'bamar's la former years know whata (Phanberlaln's Cough Remedy made by
: aA reliable ) toner from Liid- .pleasant time and what a really excellent the Chamberlain Medicine Company.,
;J are wgrthy, yhaf ionp! otion. ) aen-cam he piano Co. of Jaehsanvllls oomlfmgoocasion. for themon Des Molars. Iowa, P 8 A. The nosenoeof -., .'
& Co.: will be ,In I'.latthe middleof I the The menu all narcotics> makes this red W n
: Greenleaf Crosby next week orders lulls .t Chits. K.; for the supper will b. as followtRoMt the safest and test that can bo had. }and d;
> Curry & Lane Rowton will receive prompt atteu, Turkey Crnnborrv! BouoK *- U !Ie with, a f..IIJ.t..f! s,Ioo"rltl1.h"t. any
1 : .and Importers i lion. 11. oIIIIIIl Beef, Boned Ituut. mother oan'nlve -I.l to her 1I,'>* "two*
Jewelers Chicken H.l.ul. ba..bl'rilltll'a f'oughEewear l I":'t -''

J t West Bsjr Street, Jacksonville. Fla. FOR 8ALF-One rasjond! high-I Roast Pork and Apple 1U1C", rUUy reoomm o>l Kl by'lla JU"Itlotlt fury, ;
Palntiar: Florida 41 grade young Jersey cow. and teliurs Bo&llop..ul PnlatnerChloSt coughs, colds, croup and 'whoopingoou '
'," .., Mail ,Orders R.c rvs Prompt Attention. All bted to registered Jersey Dull. n PHau .b. When taken la time It prevents ,-
; ; desirable-lot. ..Baked Cons, Raked Bean*. Tola t is for male, ,
... ._ ,, L exceptionally pneumonia. remedy bjrAoket
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THE PALATKA NEWS get think time and write to read Is a mystery.and study and LATE STATE NEWS.The p:'.CASE IN. '."'-' 4;' PthnI Now Then !


; AND ADVERTISEREntered And this .. the man, worn to a "Jim Crow" street car ordlr : : DUPLICATEOrtslnalT .1

? fraazl, to whom you begrudge a va nance in Jacksonville became effect-!
at the Palatka poetofflcea cation. tlve last Tuesday morning. .. .._ ..
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class.mallable matter of the second This Is the man and citizen with Tourist coming from the north ail [ made 'to sell 'Well "- For the Season's Stovs

; carry heavy overcoats. The tide ol Henry and Howard Corwltfc loved
love 0 Ood and home and native
Published at Palatka. Flaw, on land whom ;you would have keep silence southern travel even now heavy. web. other .devote<1lJr. Henry WUfour must be made to.. and Range Business.
The Stetson University football older than Howard but
Friday byRUSSELL years
In the face of the liquor men
team defeated the Jacksonville Light looked younger. He bad been Injured wear well. \\, We have rolled
A VICKERS. ace and other moral and political Infantry team In the latter city foot retarded up our sleeves

wrongs./ Saturday by a score of 12: to nothing. when a child and When this be had was seven Our ( es and are going in to sell more
Ills development.
Wa A. RUSSELL. HIM Don't pnt your petty burdens on Miami parties will establish an than we have ever done.

,.. ._ bis shoulders. Give ;your preachera automobile line between that city yean old a cyclone passed over the sales on' ,'' -
u chance. Help him to do hi. duty. and Palm Beach. The projectors town where they lived. leaving the And as the stoves are Buck's

\ NOT A PARTY ASSET. He Is the salt of the earth.DIFFERENCE will have several large touring carson swath of a gigantic Scytli behind It -the- greatest line In the

Carl Rchuri the political acrobat the line. The brother bad been left alone In world"nd we
as hear
and 8 lleR1llYilIiOSP111111 .
of It noth
!t- of New York Is now supporting Arlie Latham, perhaps the greatest the house Henry In charge "
{> the Republican municipal IN MEN. ball coach In the country, and a of his little brother Howard. At the ing but the most enthusiastic 1

.. ticket In that city. His Influence Referring to a comment of the man with great experience ae a player time of the passage of the :whirlwind reports from all users
to both the National and American bouse I why
however. has long since Lake City Index on the appointmentof Howard was asleep. Feeling the
(. oozed out.-Jacksonville Metropolis Leagues, has been engaged asmanager crashing down upon them Henry: should we not feel encouraged?
M. A. Brown to be sheriff of Du'val
of the Jacksonville base
planted himself above bis ;youngerbrother : Buck's have been built for
: True. Carl Schurs did support the county the Bartow Record remarks ball club for next season. When several this season
falin.
to protect close onto.60
republican municipal ticket in New that some of the newspapers Hugh Mac Farlaue, collector of customs hours later they 'were taken out from k- years now, ((5054

York. What of it? "seem to cuss Governor Broward at Tampa has caused the arrest under the fallen Umbers. Howard was amounts to over to be exact) and if they were

Just to be cussing" and calls atten- In New York of B. B. Ellison, editorof bad received all
not
Lust year he was making speeches the United States' Tobacco Journal found to be unhurt but Henry and-everything is

for Judge; Parker and republicans& tion to an article It copies from the charging criminal libel. The severe Injuries. fifteen tons claimed for them the

," were. making fun of the old man. Plant City Courier as "throwing libel consists of alleged frauds on tobacco Aud now at,tweDtT..1x and twenty- company

But Carl Is 76 old with hide some light; on why they kick." The permitted by the collector of two respectively Henry was small. and which is 30,000 ; would not now .be the Largest

years Courier's article Is headed ."Rascalsare the port of Tampa.J. thin and pale, Howard a well developed n' Exclusive Stove Concern in
,
that Is Aft thick its a rhinoceros, certainly -
*' B. Hutchinson of Gainesvilleand stalwart man. Henry felt the pounds.Ackeroll1eauI. this Would
thick enough to Imperve- all In office. and deprecates the same affection for lila brother. when ? : Country. they?
Mrs. Bowlware of Hawthornewere '
ous to attacks of small fry editors. almost universal practice of criticis married at the residence of thebride' I be had saved him from death. Howard We would like to have you

Carl Sch urr, reformer editor orator ing adversely all effice-holders, from son In the latter place lust I lived under a constant reminder of the ( call and see this great line.

essayist, patriot, Is an'lndepend- president to constable. One paragraph Sunday.: The only feature of this sacrifice Henry bad made for him and .

ent In politics and Independentlsm I Is as follows: marriage that Interests the general It was his aim to heap benefits upon KENNERLY
It has been said that when unblio is the aires of the contracting who bad taken the bunion HARDWARE
a manIs the brother
Is to inaiillnem In the section ;
equivalent parties the groom being 6M and the;
once elected to office he is thereafter his develop Dru
bride I that bad permitted own [ CollhIollY.o COMPANY.
where he lives. forevermore unfitted for any 63 years. i ment. Howard was never BO well ._

Jerome Is an Independent. Hurst .other duty in life. This may be dun Rev. Dr. C. J. K. Jones a unllar-I at discovering some want .
pleased as -
-
whom the Metropolis sought; to boom I to the fact that whether he has served inn. clergyman living at Stetson has that be could supply. The -.===-_ 0 -=- .. .;

for the presidency not long ago was chances well are or has that been he will unfaithful leave. office the been appointed at Los Angeles assistant Cat public. and will librarian of pair Henry's wereobserved_ by their friends, Oloods.We i :: .tn.a.r.c.: : ::Eha.IJC.a.oy-: : =:::. "

an Independent candidate for mayor with his character blackened by leave for that place on the 15th. Dr. who sold that If one brother married New PALATKA. .FLORIDA. "

of New York. Carl Schurz never some foul slander and having. serveda Jones was for many years pastor of tbe other would receive a blow from I

was a party man. He was always term In office he Is as much bereftof the Fourth avenue Unitarian church which be would never recover. Druggist Sundries and

Independent. his good name as If he had served In Louisville. Ky. He owns an or- Fortunately; they both fell In love at are receiving; daily New Patents. I :

In the days of reconstruction President term in the penitentiary.We ange grove at Stetson: a suburb of tbe same time and with sisters.\ Henry; and Fresh Groceries of all CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED I|!
respectfully dissent from so DeLaud. and kinds.; We have the most
Delia Martin
t Johnson sent him Into the became engaged to stock of New Goods Agenta afaJInry Steamship Linn. jj
complete ,
broad an arraignment of the American One of the most brilliant featuresof after became engaged to '
Southern states to study the eltue.tlon Howard soon In Ilia following I""** than we + .:: :: !! :t'---.z::. ,.
people. Taking Florida's political the opening day of the great Flor- her sister Belle. It was said that haveeverhad ixa.Fancy ,
and he became hot and fear- : =\ Wl>
--
a for Iday State Fair to be held in Tampa Howard proposed to the sister of bis -
history alone Illustration we OEO. K. WELOU.T.. BMEIUJL1.
leas enemy of carpet-bag rule. He November 15 to HO, will be a grand himself from Dried aDd : : : "
fiancee to
I't- "point with pride" to the Illustrious brother's save : VIOB FBKHIDENT. CABUIIH
at the Tampa hotel.
it reception Bay
was the one influential friend of the belug,left with no one to love. However Fruits. ,
names of men who have held office given by the Fair Association in
south In the camp of those Federal this may be, both brothers seemed Rest brands of Canned Goods
In this State. and .In this county honor of the newspaper editor. ofFlorida National BankOf
officials who stood for our degradation. whose and who have d.,me more to satlsBed.Henf consisting
HI* Influence "oozed" then In memory public servicesare make the fair the great success thatit > Corwltb, deprived of the Fruits, Vegetables, Finn \
so far as the Johnson administration cherished as a rich Inheritance.Here I will be than other agency. Members physique with which to lire a strenuous Etc Fetla.tJg.a.

are some of them : Drew of the legislature will also be life found compensation la art.After .
concerned. But the south ought I C..rell'. Breakfast Foods
was ,
Bloxham Crawford Reynolds, Per Invited to attend this banqffet .. learulat all of bis profession ", of the people throughout' Putnam County awl t'omler Hi

never to forget his friendship. ry Mitchell Fleming, Barnes Columbus will Oov. Broward and other state that could be drawn from American Wheat Flour. Graliatu' Flour .. ... eel iNMiiiiioilatlon onBl tflDt with Rood Banking.' .
Compelled to flee from Germany and national officials. The opening Yellow Corn Meal, Teas,' --
be resolved to abroad to
Drew Gwynn Raney Hous- preceptors go = ::
exercises will be the most brilliant '
because of his revolutionary tendencies Coffe aud Spleen
Belle Martin poamualcal
bun, Myers L'Engle Crlll. event of Florida's history. Any editor study.
Carl Schurz came to this coun tastes and concluded to take a course flutter and
overlooked in out invitelions
The difference Is In the Tallahassee sending
men.- COAST LINE
try. He was one of the great editors True Democrat. is requested to so notify F. I.. of music In Germany. It was agreed Cheese.Crackers:: .

of the country before the war Hiiffaker, secretary at once as the that the two should cross the ocean In and Cake,

between the states. In 1800 he was President Roosevelt-has- deslgnat list of newspapers on file at the fair the same vessel and upon arrival Hen Bias,,., Sltouldern. Breakfast

the U. S. Minister to Spain and resigned ed Thursday Nov. 3oth, as Thanksgiving headquarters constant changes is not complete.and Increase owingto In They ry was sailed to go In to tbe Paris autumn, Belle to and Berlin.were Bacon Sausage Hlgs feet. Through Gar Line From Florida

to come home and enlist in day throughout the country. number. Best New Florida and
to return the following summer.
1 i. the Federal army. He fought like Gov. Broward will also Issue an official Ferty of the finest amusement attractions Howard Corwltb endured tbe separa Alttple Syrup, "

I "' the zealot he has always been and proclamation naming the same ever brought south will be tlon from his brother and Ida fiancee as ami everyhliifr! usually kept CONNECTIONS : i

rote to be a major general. day. seen at the Florida "State' )Fair to beheld best be couidv Howard and Delia had flrst-elass
_ lu a Grocery store. TilE ATLANTIC COAST LINE via Charleston
Afterwards lie was a United States. at Tampa November 15 to HO a common Interest and naturally turned r

Senator.: He was one of the found The Tallahassee. True Democrat, Principal among those will be thegreat to each other for comfort Each Call to Und and see that us we, you sell will best be quality : $} Richmond and Wa l ngtou.

In issue claims that there has spectacular production 1o'lght- found In the other a listener Into
ers and ono of the most forceful per- every ing the Flames" which has never such low prices.L. .

4 '-' sonalitles In the civil-service reform been and In now rottenness and appeared before except at Coney Island whose ear to pour a story of enforced l Tim Louisville A,; Nashville via. Montgomery

movement. graft In many of the state offices In and Toronto Canada., Troop C., separation Howard talked of Belle, C.
and Delia talked of The later- The Mobile & Ohio K. R.
But that Isn't all. Tallahassee.. The Democrat claims Twelfth United States cavalry the Henry. 5 via-Moutgomi!."
most noted In Uncle !Ham's: service change of sympathy was perfect. Telephone 84,
He kept himself out of the political that the state has been robbed in a will also a great attraction Ten months passed. Henry and Via Savannah and Oooaiv
I prove Kirby and Morris Sta.. Palstka. Fla.u. l : Steamship Company for
: mire and has always refused to legal way and the people fooled In the maneuvers, of the troop being' Belle wrote that they would meet In t 1 I Now York Philadelphia and Boston. ..
regard to the true rendition for several In connection with the great
i given
compromise with his conscience. Southampton and return on the same
fireworks and electrical ... } Via Norfolk ond Steamer for N. Y., Wash., BaIt.
production Lops.
DAII.ET.
CHAH. '
years. The Democrat claims steamer. Howard's friends, w>ea apprised
A stormy petrel of politics Car .
I "Eruption of Mont Pelee" Every and bis ITancee'sreturn I Via. :Savannah::! and Merchants\: Miners! Trungpor- \
of bis brother's
that a combination was formed In

almost Schurz ns has often changed as he his has affiliations changed Tallahassee known as the Capital attraction to date and secured absolutely Is novel nothing and of up.an. congratulated him warmly but G. l LOPER R BAILEY[ CO. I 1i j (tattoo Company for iliiHiniora, I'hila

Howard Instead of looking happy over tI'e
his clothes. He has faced detractionand Printing Co., which Is practically unclean nature will be allowed on ,
owned by some of the state officers the ground. No gambling will be the approaching reunion wore a troubled ) Via PENINSULA AUDOCCIDKNTAL
calumny from all sides. He has '
I
allowed. Not less than 150 of the look. As the time for the absent i .
: been called everything from a "mug-- and that this combination is fast finest race horses In the country will on.' return drew near this evidence ire Insurance: STEAMSHIP CO

iiuip" to a "traitor." getting rich from the people' mon I enter the races, for which purses of some secret dread Increased, and oa

;, Way buck In the days of the liberal ey. The Democrat has made some amounting to $IOOfNJ .have been of. the day of the arrival Howard seemed Leading American and 1!
mileage tickets good over 13.0OO mllm of the principal railway
fered. \
broad and
republican party he was making "" assertions yet no libel threatened with nervous prostration.
tftte the
are on BAle by principal Bftoats.
suits have been Delia Martin went to New York to Companies
speeches for Greeley. He was a entered against Stwper Port Tampa to Now York, vii. Atlantic East Coast
member of Hayes cabinet. He was them which Is evidence that the The Turkey Crop. meet ber sister the two girls having ; Coast Line and Southern RAII"a)'.** .

t. a member of the convention that Demociat must know what It Is talk- Often at this time of year arranged to pass a few days In the Accident Insurance: call on E. P. Jacksou Ticket agent or aildreRS .
city. Howard Corwltb sent word that a.ullnr'rm"Lloo, apply to Agents AtlantIc Const Lino or write:
nominated Blaine and then refuse Ing about. It seems that the editorials -I When Thanksgiving's drawing
be was not well enough to go on to TON. Dint Pass Ag..ntV.. 0.8TAUK Trsveiingl'ase." Ant
I i to support him. He worked for Cleveland are mostly directed towards the miser The Travelers of Hart
;: We've been told there' shortage In meet his brother and his fiancee and >Day street, Astor Building Jiuksouvllle Florida.
I, and opposed Bryan. Last year comptroller's office, and there Is the turkey crop- .- Henry on reaching port toofPHh first Traffic Manager W. J. CUAIO. General ;Pfesseogor Agent

; he worked for Parker. probably room for believing that the That the birds we highly prize train borne. Howard drove to the station Life Insurance: Wllmlcgton. North Carolina.

Most men are cowards about their Democrat. is right.-Jasper Banner Are so scarce that cost will rise for him. At their meeting Henry ---- -- -

To a point where many must that noticed that Howard looked right past ,
politics. When they disagree! with -- The Old Reliable ,._ j--i-i
According to Tallahasse viand drop. him his WANT
r the party still True avoiding meeting eye.; Henry
they usually keep or
Democrat which paper, by the Many times In byVe sighed and bent his bead. The pressure I
way years !gone
the Schurz at Home
secretly serve
Life"
.. enemy. of New York Study
Is doing Its utmost to expose graft in \ have heard this same old cry of bands was cold and the meeting > Mattings
has had the of his ,
\ always courage at the state And. believing. have been by sorrow entirely devoid of warmth. Ae .
high places
\ convictions. He has been Independ. capital the stirred ;' they; drove home together Henry said: Marine Insurance: Linuliums Rugs adiM mttIineet.da..finueisgn.ltoa ftnd ..._i vouc .......r.t4.it... tn lit,bMt.. Ky ri
45th volume of Supreme Court reports But when came the time to feast .w i. ni 0fl.you CM Mm aw** Withth..ldofmy
I ent but never neutral. "Fletcher came to see you I .uppoee. HIM*)*ft toil .. M*>I'| .i!....boM
Doubtless just delivered Is "about the All. from highest to the least and the commissions I Window .._. *tu 7 Ian .you: .*._... AItbm.heet .....
the old brought .
man has 'been you or A'' .T" G............
In some of his flops. But he rottenest piece of public work ever Gazed in rapture at the stuffed and gave hIm for you?" The Lead imp Companies Lb_..... lee.. ...ob.I..7. VI.r"f,.
. wrong roasted bird. "mOm,.,, iI.' ..... Uin 110_5.m.ifSItfT.kl "
ti turned out in the state of Florida." "Yea." consult ..... sided _
acted to his belief. No who by 1lb. I. Pint"
up man _. An.AddmL .
All Claims tt 7. of.in. C.ul.su.
Now hear the tale 1in
knows his history aud temperamentwill It must be "rotten" when Attorney we once more Henry sighed and faxed far away. I.MiMES,l'elatki.,Ytoniiic.
General Kills has refused to acceptthe As so often told before. "Fletcher told me all about you" said .
deny him sincerely of motive. And 'tis spreading far and wide Settled.

When the old patriot dies, before work and, with the supreme through the land. / Howard."Bo I said tin*of these goods and :

, long some mighty nice things will court to the Justices Board, has of Commissioners referred tho matter of On Those the farms who raise where them turkeys say grow they was supposed a pleasant season Henry."It for you Office 98 7romitbt, PAIJATKA. 'ow prices now. European; j-a ;

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be said about him.
.; State Institutions who made the know and "Belle to be together la Switzer .- -- -- and Embalming..
There will not be half enough to land.
} THE PREACHER.We contract with the state printer and meet demandWe "Fletcher spoke of It?'" Furnished Roonma.
whose business It Is to that he DeliciousBon '
have heard a good deal of criticism sea are told In accents sad "Yes. Sale Hot and Cold Baths

B within the past few months fulfills his contract. It I. said these That the season has been bad I By this time they reached the bouse Bonsand *:':* with foci decree V .

reports are printed on cheap grade Cold and rainy weather getting In and alighting went Into tbe library',. and. .Is. rendered .bIh*. ,At
)' directed at the preacher. otb, SIlL juiict.f' 01.
newspaper on which the type shows hard knocks; where they bad so often smoked and ...,.Ia c... ........1". In
He took n vacation something the through from side to side and that That by thousands turkey tote talked and exchanged .confidences "IaAm County: Ylorida. CJias Kupperbuscji'sPal&tkl
devil would Fell .. I V. "11"10 5. 11.1. .
: never think of doing. victims of the swats Then Henry said:' ChocolatesAll r e. L.
the forms In some places have been Which ) so often decimate the feathered
.
II He rained his "
voice In protest "Howard this thing Is killing you d Novambertat, IvM,1 ball.
reversed thus bringing the paging flocks. ",, for ct b, at the front -
I \ against moral wrongs In the affairsof "How did you know Itr Howard Home-Made .. tn I'.'.'." ataam,
the
to Inside of the book
atate-anothel' thing the devil I edge Insteadof For these reasons, we are told. asked quickly looking. np at'' his {:: :: the 4th liayot: ixMotbbttr.a.
the outside and thereby. Interrupt! But few turkeys will bo sold brother. Something I 1.4.1 itOtisofsul.o. :that
would never think of doing.11th I new ...... tract .ml pencils. of 1l111RHl1R&'fr11tt
These and other things. Well. ing the continuity of the printed At the season when we'll all desireto "I knew Fletcher would give you Added .p.rt iheraoC In tha County

matter. mother words It Is Justsuch buy; tbe facts" replied Henry without no ibereol in lha Oouuiy. ot Just received
.
' Preachers cannot escape criticism. And 'tis furthermore declared. Every day to wUi
a Job as the people had every So few turkeys being spared Being the question. "I saw' what was Four -(4i. and aFM' lb. :
They probably do not expect to es- That the on your mind tbe moment I arrived." :: :::: t' W. JO'M' -oUun Y..uv(4)( )! lt .
But- reason to expect when a blacksmithwas price for them. will run extremely L. FL > south. of JUUtfa rr.niy.
cape. awarded the contract for state high. "You are right la assuming tbat It Is S.MITJ-I ,\, : l.>t Tbraa t it> of H",otiua New-

Did you ever try to put yourself In printing. But we've often heard inch tales killing me. To think that yon who have x.- 55.. ...._ (. ) .. ..B.nffular..Tw.n".b" tlta*.. r la a In-
your pastor's place? We are talking _ _ And In spite of all the walls, borne the burden for me all the* yean : : .. iharauato rwlouc

V now of the pastor of a city churcb In due time the bird. so favored and fnust always bear It should nave .pe-Mmal belni mada property, I itaall theraou.. .. Crop J,
with a large membership. WAYS OF SWEDEN. would... found; such a brother." :: purohatvr a good and"

Do you think two sermons a week 80 we think tbat now, ... then 'What do you mean Howard?"** 5000 JO DOE Garden i

however good they may be, is his only It is light all night in summer and We'll have cause to smile again "I mean that I am a dog. You knowIt SpeciaL WALTON M.......
I. dark all day In winter. When the time for eating turkey as well sa I. But what could I do
stunt? Do realize that he I. NEEDED CoitntieL
you around.
come
Although drinking Is common, ono We have been, thrown together constantly :. nd Seeds
liMKt.
at the beck and call of a lot of people Theodore H. Boice In Pittsbnrg .
seldom sees a drunken man. ever since you and Belle went isr&3S&ttSSXSSSJS!

day and night? Everybody trusts yon and you. ..r.expected Icle-Telegrspb. away. I thought I loved Belle. Now WOUMU MKM tad LAUlJSofioo4: ; .Thabo Notice. :
His church l III made up of all kindsof .. to trust everybody. know I love Dells. I bare robbed yon For the
9100 Reward ..
$100. ,
It the of ber." Learn that sic mouth altar
persons. requires tact and Telegraphy
You take off your bat when you enter tnaaithdar oC April,
ability of a general to fuse them all a shop and return tbo shopman'slow learn The thai muliin tbar of* to Mil at* \\0: : will*dmdwt b* pleaaed? dlaaen n Henry went to his brother and threw AND R. II. ACCOUNTING. I : : to&,ii.>Exradlwhama: county JU
Into one spirit. There is tbs..,. ha b.en .! !. bis arm. around his neck. "If yon ...... from
more or bow. .nee to e-ur In all ire W* fu..l.h'S... *nt. ol lbs 0_.. [ of ha. ..... of
less friction. There 5 sg_. and IbM .. Catarrh Hall'. Catarrh don't know It already; be said '"1'0 Station ..eo mlsunderHtitndlnfrs :
are 1i
A servant wbo brings yon somethingsays Uur. la the only..pnaltlva. .. sure now BDOWB to tell you tbat I've robbed yon of Belle." ll h larniM an-luatr* T.laarapl, SOunla.1. '. hARP'l.r.f.-:: ::::::'tor: 1 City'rllg
..
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tli modloal Ir. ',. Catarrb .
and prejudices and Jealousies "So good. You s*y, "Tsck"" beleg. con- TMK WUKLI>. KaUblUbad t St mra and : ,A. 1>.. lii. vet in Ntn
tIIuttIrn dlaeaea, rttqnltM a oo..oUon..1 Heward looked at: bis brother In a dotnod all .teadm.
) and back bltlngs. The church (thanks). treatment Hall. Catarrh. Oure .. taken Internally W.. by ( RaIl.omc..l.. lliU {
aetln dazed fashion while be gathered his M IW n auu Bond toa .rj ....... Publication.BlftnTH
dtreetly tb* blood and '
militant Is not composed entirely of You get a bill every day at the hotel. muooua Surfaces of Uu system upon ...**....y ,t.a- faculties, then exclaimed: I 10 Iufatlhbi.norborawilc.4. a month In a.o.. .. paring tics .. I'
flints.. The This permits yon to correct any mistakes ti-oyintC.C.uudcIknutu..dI.i-. sirln .. cast of Iha .. JUDIt'tAb '
who
pastor holds hip "Great heavens I Suppose either" .< Mwiat I. ;or from r M foo a mouse .In.. '
"
tn* fattflm alrrngtn: by bulhllng op lbs west of '" _'.. :: ; tX: >UMTI, FUJIUI/A-
.
; place year after year must have ex- at once. eonatltullon. did amlatjna' ; aatnr* In flolnir: Ifwork us bad proved faithful! 41..._...... ( '104.- 1J SANDS BROS.
euiillve ability of a high order and A barber will shave you for 6 cent., ... 1 b. "proprietor bar...so ran c .U. posers that the offer On. Hmdrfd for
but you hare to wash your own face Dollar. for ,.. ...... Hon. lop mil _uouu. ..a'r.lardlnj?OIl \ Elecr1c1airt. .
any oaa that It fa lo Send Itlroro*
laninysieeplee. his ... __
nights Snkoola .
are portion lor n.e of_".".,...... l *> Pr* B .a.Mrs. our writ direct w mi *aaull>. ....,
and comb own hair. appended tn th. '
He must visit the sick bury the your Add... r 1. t'i4sgT 00, Tola .,0. Stmcfcoll-Few.. Emmy writes at Cincinnati, o. CMelogue true .elated aua* that Lafay. Dealers In Electrical Supplies. ami
Tips are everywhere given, but they Hold by DrurHUt. 7o ,,. rtc.: I
dead comfort the bereaved that the moat Interestla thing sbe'sj ,Tha Ham School of therein named, I*a Instruments, IJuttorie.s.
encourage Take Haifa, family Pllla fur alltJpallot.. Telegraphy.CI..I..u ... I
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small. Ten cents I the a. nf LightS
are ore (2V4\ ) seen In the ball trip is the Sphinx Florida,and he I* Buildingewirsti ror Llectrid:: !
the despondent lift up the fallen -ae a- ; says 0...... of Hmamrleit, tn Ih. ......
to cabman Jlurr.to, .
ordinary tip a or porter.A T. ,
abe just love It.. Mr. 8tl'U'\kolJ-Well.\: .... ... : Ih* ag* ol PALATKA. fLA.
t 'keep an on the choir elders deacons Oneci.untof the Annual Meeting Lao...... 1'' ; :: : twentyone
eye .
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waits for ..... 1* no purses lu ....... ,
, and lady always a gentlemanto of the Southern Educational Assocl yon write to Emmy to buy It an*fetch -- It.. returns.' l the aanrloe ot the, Stale --- ,- -
ushers. To
hundred. he speak Instead of the reverse, as In tlon. which meets at NanhvllliTenn : It borne with ber. Like ta see one of: MM mOr H la therelnr Hiihpoana. Every moo owns It to hlnisolf and hh _
must be guide philosopher and America.-Minneapolis JoarnaL :,. November. 22l1d.Z th the At- them darn things myself Brooklyn. .....Ie"1 lM".lant b*and family to muter a trail, or pni'eMinn. ,
f'f friend. tantlo Coast Line By.,, has arrangedto Life. '. ::: :: : ::: ::appear.*on or to the belor BUI nt Com. Head the dlepla"d.rtleeloent: of ,the ;.

:. r Moreover, he must keep In touch The B.__ sell tickets atone first class fare H. E. DOUGLASS ::: :'. a aft IWW.*nutanrla Monday, six Moraa Hohook. of '1 elegrapn, lu amen this
Me,. Gro .i>-Keegan an' his wife pins twenty five cents 25) for the bill b* lakn aeeon- I..ue. and bare 110..111 a young .
tf' V with things. He must1e' up to date .ST H dlty. ".... and be assured
bad a fierce sorsp. Mrs. Hofan-An round trip. These ticket will be on Osteopathlc Physician.DfaoaMlMldaMM. thai tht.. or lady my U-ara "IIf'Sr&"b. |
Wbom do O..I..u... .
'i In every particular. An old fogy did they separate? Mrs. Groganv-Tney sale November. 2l1t.h! and :list, final your two little boys. re- .' I I furs ..._".._ weofcirln- *pontUoov 8-18-4 l m
; preacher In a will limit of will be semble. Mrs, Flltterf" Cor Orange' ...fib a nawenaper. ---'Y- ,. t -,-----
city pulpit last did but Keecsa: was most dead before same November Both. -U I : P..bll..I. -' '- '
I about as long as a dish of lea cream UT cope could get tn' twisters on MeL For full Information... sleepingear Well, the homely boy look like his JJI Curable Dlseaer 1 I and* oOhllat I fcal tbla.. ..lha 1roI{, I1ALRcW' C'ompanl,
father and acts like and the saooessrully ... lttb, "
reservations) see Atlantic Coast me. pretty 1 4 Iwiu"mrutehJue .i iiwwnhig
exposed: to the Keegaa an separate than M-Pack. ,
July Where he en without .
sun. dru .
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Line agent. one leaks like and acts Ills..* IIJJIlat1ler.LU. I 'teOIaI11; 8OUoItoMI. Chroma-' -'?,..,?' Jorp1i: tRIO::;" ... oh In*.- Call ... tb.: !ethodl.t' V",

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I I re (ret much that Dr. Kcnfield Is Another Big Wagon j ji

\ \ BoxIjnateriaJ L. A. Ballard to be abroad this Reason .and there
I II her for a week or
III fore Is nob available.Dr. .
'f.' CRESCENT CITY.Is ten day to look after his orange Gray and Dr. Harris are both i Load of New Shoes ? Best Route to '
L r. : grove and see his friends. Mr. Ballard men of national reputation and are
\ On. ot the moat beautiful now lives at Richmond Lake called to teach In the largest centers Dlroet from the factory.' 'fhlb.pp..n8 Macon Atlanta Columbus
M locations! la Florida. Tourists In the world. With best wishes I ,
few" weeks. Men
Co. every
where he ha
Hay'I big kaolin Interestsand
8 will and It an Ideal spot to am, Very Truly. Yours
\ spend tbe winter or pass a few Is manager of the mine. During L. H. CHA FEB. say to us, why what la the world Americus Birmingham Valdosta -

t i GiitiiFertilizer days. of keen delight, the past .ummer he baa been enjoy. do you do with aU tho Shoes and ,

x Th. town.Is on Crescent Lake ing a rest at northern mountain,resort LAKE COMO.Mr. Trunks you \get In? \> e sell them
(an arm of the St. Johns River) *. and get from (1 00 to $4.00 per'' Montgomery and Northern Points.
I H and la 100 miles by water and and Mrs. Philip DlgKett of '
pair for men's shoes and 1.00 to J Jj
u 77 miles by rail from JacksonTllle. H. O. Hennlg superintendent of Sheffield England Mr. and I\lrs. W. '
the "Llsnaro" that thi.grove L. Dlfrgett and bright little Ron Lawson j $:l.6o per pair jot ladles' and from Two Trains Daily.Northbound.
grove
says
:\1. -ndfthe. The all day river' ride on the ( will about of Daytona Fla have berm the \2Do to '\3.Op per pair for boys' and < ,
ship 1,000 boxes of
f IQ steamer Oeaoeut. from Jacksonville guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gable. girls'shoesi ,
to Crescent Olty Is one orange this season. He made his They; have gone to their old home Leave Palatka, No. 2. 6:00 a ni: No. 10. 5:00 p m. '
: 3 Best ,,' of tb. delightful-experiences of first shipment' of round oranges on "The Heights" for a week's outing You should see our men's dark ( Arrive Falatka, Southbound, No. 1, BGO: p m. )

., \ .' Florida travel.' The steamer Monday.; Mr. Hennlg 1* a most where they will hunt and fish. Mr. blue serge suits for $10 00. The .. N 0.,9. 10GO: a ni.
leave Jacksonville' and Mrs. Philip Dlggetb were here men that send leaflets with
\ Line ofFresh '. at 8 a. m. you
painstaking and the Dana-
manager six Mr. and Mrs. W
,
every Tuesday. Thursday and years ago L. samples will not duplicate them
Saturday reaching Oreanent no grove' tinder hi. direction ha Dlggettand son, are former renldents,
| / :.\ : CIty at 6 p. m. This trip 1* th* been kept la fins condition and made but have been living at Daytona lp'a than $12.DO) per Suit '

/ \ only daylight rid up the broad good progress this season Llsnaro several years. All have many Don't forgot that we are the sole Schedules given above are subectto"cliange] | without notice and the
and picturesque fit Johns. friends here who are delighted to agents for Sweet Orr Overalls and time of arrival and departure of trains Is not guaranteed.
a will be
a heavy bearer the
1 coming see them again'
Fancy: The steamer ha* pretty cabins 1 Shirts for Crescent City. Fresh Through Pullman cars from Tlfton to Atlanta Chattanooga Niuthvllle,
iI! and offers a delightful outlook Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Sullivan are nt St. Louis '
and
yeAr.Mr. lot Just In. Chicago all-the-year-round, Elegant sleeping cars between
B Groceries I IS even" la etormy weather. and Mr*. Ira C. Pratt of Crop- housekeeping" In their. home,, "Klght:: Valdosta and Maoon. '
Oreaoent City .la the center of Oaks.
III.
arrived
the orange growing Industry In soy, on Friday of last The 'gunners are out In full force. CONE Handsome Parlor Cars In service on Trains No. 1 and 2 between Maoon
middle week; and for the time being and. until Valdosta ar.d Jacksonville
To secure choice va- Florida and beautiful Quail are plentiful this section.

groves surround the place. they can get their own home Mr. and Mrs. Ed. F. Sullivan after Information as to rates routes schedules sleeping car reservations
n rietles of Table Supjj jj jjj Good boating hunting and ready are living In the C. A. Pratt several weeks of oliilln and fever, The Shoe Man q ;o. will be gladly furnished upon application to '

Is our constant gU flshlog will afford amusement residence With them Is their son, brought with them from Crystal C. A. MAUL Ticket
j plies for sportsmen CrCHCcnt !Depot Agent Palatka. .
\ Mr. George W. Pratt and Mrs, Pratt River, Fla., are slowly recovering City Florida.TO .
study. We ought to I g gu Naptha launches can be secured S. F. PAKBOTT Vice Pres. CHAB. II. KHODKU, Gen. Passenger Agt
cheaply for water trip.. of Onarga.i.. and Mesdamea Ash- We are having Ideal weather now,
excel. Crescent City has good hotels 1.1'and Paine also from the same rain I Is needed but the heavy dews Macon Oa, ,1

and boarding bouse at moderate section of.Il1Inol... This party of help the gardens very much. -
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Ii We do Excel. ra_. pleasant people will remain here'! all There was presetting In the M. E. KENT-riniuianfc furnished -
S
i Beautiful shaded walk and church Sunday a. m. by the apartment for light hoimekeeping..
bicycle paths. winter. and constitutes the advance Rev. W. G. Rector. pastor Address C. L. Chamber..n, .Cre -
guard of our winter visitors' for the cent City. Fla. Florida
I J. W. MILLER'Sjj season of 1906-07. Horace Prior I I" rebuilding hale East Coast Railway.Local

.. barn destroyed by fire one week ago .
The! street lamps and posts' were Sunday. Master's Hale-Foreclosure.UNDER .

jj Olty Fla, { O1iallClIlf.: 01.,1' .supsaaruaa: ro a TBCH placed In position this week, and for -S.5.. and bjr virtus of a deer.,of fnreolon*
.i BXDIMO, MOVKMBEB Srd, 101. .. D.Mas. Ml* rendered: In thectroulti ourtof Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept. 7 1905. -
u nraaananBiseBBnBBHnsniBiairiiBaaan I WU.LIaMS uezavaL all .we 'know the light are already THE GAME OF LIFE. tbe Eighth Jndlalal' 01....." of the State onuridn. ,
Mln. lu and for 1'utnnra County. i>jr theHoiiorahlo
lot for. on. The lamp are beautiful and ; Jnmt-s T Will,,J udge of uld Court, IOUTH.BOUND-READ DOWN IIORTN.BOUIID-READ UP.PESINSUIAR .
Ootober. I A.M. I P. ... *?. K. w......... should shed a bright light on the Tee Own R..oln lon, nnd Not. ......, dntad. the Sub day or Sept, A. !>.. IW\ whereinCotiauliantail .
r 0999DDDa D9DD DD Dcaacau $. ttaturdafas. 11 T e n SUM" Denis the Card. Urooory Co, I IB oinnplalnant. anil'
r. D aDDaaDaa GaG ?,a. Bandar.'. .-.. n UrJ 1IP.11 Monday... MM as VUf. a> Mtl. the town ha. made Many a man has tried to Justify his fiiiotlona for caul!, to the high" and D.UI' D..UJ' '-
Our new line of Tueedar.,.. W el a M 81 failure Urn Dent blUdor, uk mite front door of tti, CourtHouse "f!
= No.......... and one that I* on a par with the on ground that he wan In falatks In sold Oounty of 1'utnam i'-I> 9 en L. .._...........Jnrka.etr............... Ar 00 I' s GO a ',)
I. w..._., OT 14 II 74 M doomed by the cards which fate dealt on the Urn Monday:: In pBamntmr. the a .01 p 8 45 a ...............11J ..k..I.. ............,. L. 'U P S n.
a. Tbundav... U 7S W '2 Wa. Central avenue sidewalk. Crescent him, that he must them and being I tile 411 h dnyof laid month ,lrtfl5 tha: e U p 10 aG a ..._.........HI. AllitnL I"". .,.,..._.. .. GO I' 1 .0.
SHOES O FMdar.... OIl 71 sn n ss pick up h'lal liuur of Hale on that d.,. nil the folio. 8 U P 11 II. .. ......... .. ... .11.......".. ....._.. 0 lii 1' i ..8.CO a .
City II.nqw getting to the fore, ands play the game and that no effort how h'I -- getting a good run for the tasmoo.y ever great, on biB part could materially till County of !Putnam and HttUeof I'iori.la: Q"I i"P iI1T: j; Ar :-::- .p' ;j -:-::::::::: :VIt.... 'ifl.Fi5tdpikllaLv tO:
Lot ihhty' Din l.'iu) In block numbor fwo ((2)), .............. ..
n cttlians nlk''.. .. ......... '>'Y eats C
the !
Women her have been change In
result. But town of I'utrumi nuntv. "j.O'
Men payingor |b la. .
or 1 ; ; mr young luteriaoheu1! p ; .. .. ... ..... .... _
THBNKV IYVKU&i. -i-u-i "rin. r ..... 'o'l L. ................. L. ( .
and Children P p 111Ip. town to be dignified with a mayor Is In the main your own rexolutlon. JOH. W. "''R"1.IES.r'i. : ::|.. t54 P i9b) i' t. ................. ,... .-.." .............-l.v s b1 p TIItaOSp t+
i The result of the does not .H.illultor furCunmliitnantPalatka ttI: 8 iltlp. ........_........ POI. ...if. .. ... ........... Slip bSsaI .
5u should attract your attenuu and board of aldermen. game rest Fla." .Out 81), luon. 11.H-5t 10 P I' 01 I I' ." .........-......... ..... .. ...-...._ .. 8 81 p 0 18 a "C "
tlon If you aty after the with fate or
uI kind that are guaranteed : O. Joseph Braddock and little SOD Well colored fruit ha* been going You will take the trick If you have the A.. :I: Spec.oer: : Q\ : :: & lt: t :: :::::::::::::::..);!;,' .,t rro:.a:,.,.,:::::..,::::::: :: 5 A g3 & : tl 55 : .Pi.t \

uy to wear well. We can'tUU were visitor to Palatka last Mon- forward all this week and on Monday superior energy ability and determination oil) !!.J! I it .P .r ........, "N."f !,OII, "! ... .............. .. 2 541 J' .10..
alTord' to keen any other ; the number of boxes ran Into the requisite to take It. You bave the 'i6l"a'44pAr 1.0k. 'It. I I Tliij .. '
kind. At the same time day.Miss Dentist. mc a, a S lit I. ':'.:::':::::: ::( ru :I. !.'llf. :':'.::::::::: n J :H e at p .
u" have endeavored to comuu 1:1 Helen Norton spent last week hundreds. There were big shipments power within yourself to change the -- tu mo St a !OO,_ .. .......,."'r"flit.._'I IyJ.nrtion.: ......;.' !.2 ltO. bStp 0Eo
we 10 Jacksonville' on a visit to her from the Haw Creek Security value of the cards which, you say, fate Office 'at Residence on Proipeot Street. S.jjy'jyj. .. l. .... ..........Io..n', '10'................. Lv i 20 p 5 ill a a. )
blno style with wearing. has dealt you. Tue game depends c--' 10 110 P t 51 .I. .. .........'..........It"k III fl.................... .. I" I' s tim a .. ,.
upon
lit;) qualities, and after you rother. She returned on Friday. Grove ']0., Chas. S. Gowen Capt. J. Dreeoent uu hnve. tried on a pair' ;you W. Miller and Collins B. Hubbard's your training upon the way you are C 'i Xr-: ::::::;:: ....-.:-s'.. t.-.I .. ............. .. I., 10 Dol a i000" a '
uu will acknowledge oar sue Mr. J. O. Bashford of Como spent This latter disciplined to seize and use your opportunities Dinner In m Bell.la o ........... 1000..L. ...... ..... ...... P4u.I-r.I...............".... Ar ... .. 000. 0
I JJg cess.pu Sunday with Mr. and Mr.. E. J. Llsnaro"grove. grove and upon your ability to the tower of Erfurt cathedral 'i'B-i I'.1; P Lu .".............. ii '.ui' ...'...... ..... L.nal' 'l5'& =

-. t1.. I larper, leaving Monday for Jacksonville lent forward a lot of well colored. put grit In the place of superior advantages. hangs a huge bell ten feet high and U I.) H : t : 0)13 I.II .:: :.:..::::::::::.1l.'ltIudKo.;.' :" ..::.::::::::::::: :: n 54 lIt p p : : ait a ,

Of Course Everybody where she was to attend round oranges. There were manytangerines thirty feet In circumference, weighing .CII; 53 P 41 I'' .......... .... .. Unllla..H"_ 110. a I U a ... .

2H "In these knows the wedding of Mr.. Anna Clark on from Raw Creek,' and Just because circumstances do sometimes thirteen tons. Within this, lu July* U it it : : w m.p :: :::=,:::::::)109y.rIio.IlntoNtiafl.:: : ::::::::::::::: :: H : : IA i :: : P ,
diggings" grapefruit from the Gowen and Mller give pllents to lawyers and pa town's most I .0.. 0 U I' ..._.........8L. 1.....i,.............._. 10 U" U 00 n =
dined of the b
ciu how we 8cello* Wednesday. 1713: ten < CVtsi ttsiiaigg grove. On Wednesday; 'Squire tlenta to physicians put commonplace opulent burghers on dishes cooked In C 2 I' a 7 0' p ..._...........,. 'L'lIlli, ...,_.. ....._. 8 10 a 11 aa p fA "-

Groceries. mil winter F, W.from Thurber his has arrived borne for In At.the J. L. Burton made a heavy shipment clergymen place the sons la uncommon of the rich pulpits at the lienrijf and a kitchen temporaruly'erected on the '-. a a :: : I 7 Hr..:: ::::::::::::::::::: j E'l:'.'.:"::::::::::::::: :: : t : Ill: C 1'.) ,'

ug The newfood( for the gll|!! leboro.. Mass. summer Mr. Thurber I* one of tangerine which were nicely col- great corporations even when they beam that supported metal.the ponderous To celebrate at ti : i= : 1 T r. & :: ;.:::::::'::::'it"tOl:'NInI'to.'..:::::....::::::.:: :: : U : ti ii) 04 84 C \Qfi
of
ug Thanksgiving season are ni ored. Mr. Barton has one of the mass tlntlnnabulary 5 It .,Wt t Iil.l', .. .. Vt a II) 15
ujJ now coming In. You can IIi:! of our oldest winter visitors' and one In have only average ability and scarcely this repast medals were struck ) : U : sbti.p ::. .:::::::::::.Woti41'.,. Uom'la.:; :::::::::::.: :: ; 4.40 UAtp p'I
moat promising tangerine groves any experience, while poor youths of 82 a S 1M P .. -........ ........ll..ynt.n, .................. 'ill") 0 I. P Sou
depend on Fresh Groceries. whom It I* always a pleasure to see. having on the obverse the portraits -ci ., .. ..
: it
yu toi' ? ) 03
"Uki at. hi* section and for the size of hi. with greater. ability and more experience the guests and on the reverse the' representation : 37 : I: : C :: ::::::::::::Frt ie'i.Ior.l.io., ;:'::::..::: :: : it : : Is C

!un Mrs. Anna Clark daughter of the tree. ha probably the best crop. often have to tight their way for ::= J 40 a I. ao p ".. ................... V.o'" ................... (1 III 10 I.' p a' ,
of the curious scene.A ...._... .......... ..
.llio'I late George Long- was married .In to' s 0 it a 10 os P .H..II..If..ni.lnln..H. 0" 10 i te P 00ca
G. .L. Chamberlin'sun doe not to raise rears obtain!; ordinary situations :: .
It evidently pay a it Ii? p Loll' a 4tity.' I a a I is .
acksonvllle' last Wednesday.. Mr*. : turkeys la this section else there I II are you justified In starting out withOut Duller: Mul. : _: :i5 itili' :. :::::::::::::7.,,,, Mtal ,,,.::::::::::::: Lv S2.'ls 7idp p ,'',,

un City., Clark formerly lived at Huntington a knack of procedure not generally a chart or In leaving a place for It Is stated on tho authority of officers D D.fl7Sas.

jrt g gg :==:=:g:::::= where Mr. Clark died com three understood. Mr. Baker the lady luck In your programme What would In the Confederate army that a : 1.7. UOMttlTIUI1: KX1'1\"IOX\: a..a.

you think of tbe captain of a great bulky mule decided the battle of Get- _ _ -
;years aJrOoTbe now' living on the old Hick place liner who would start out to sea without The southern and northern 5 00. _HH". L. ....._......_... )di.rt. ..................... A. ............ a ao p
...wuuoo-Ithooo: Ingall Bros. of Vermont near Frultland where she conducts any port In view 'and trust to luck troops tysburg.were both attempting to reachan 10 IG a ....._... .r ..._.........U.10..w.................. Lv................ 1 00 pgi
.
will arrive. at their winter home In a large farm started In the season to: laud his precious cargo lately? eminence the position of which

Take HuntlugUm this week. Their grove with 120 young- turkeys now she ha. Did you ever know of.a strong young practically decided the battle and the : ::: :: M"YI'nnT IJnANCIl 1'10.18 No. 80 Sn. .'

:) property I I. In splendid condition and two. They; have all died not all at man making out hIs life programme southern column was blocked by a :: V..Up : D..117 c'::: ....117

has quit a large crop of fruit nearly on. time but slew each week until and depending upon chance to carryout balky; mule just long enough to enable -- -- '
No. 44! any part of It? Men who depend eminence ;--r-- 00 to a LV .,.. ...l".to..nllf..r uSe i-Ito p 5 ao p ._.._
; ready for shipment.Mr. nearly all are now beyond; the perils of the northern troops to gain the 5 08 P 10 15 5 5 o. p "25 a Ar ........ an'ku.iIa,, L. 'I 01 It U..p 5.... P ......._. .
and Christmas. Mrs. upon "luck" do not thluk It worth and so that balky mule really lSOpiOtOa" etom' 60. ........Pbl.a.l, II........ '103511110a 'IOp.."., _M'
and Mrs. Coward are now .e Thanksgiving while to make thorough preparation 5 48 P 10 05 a 5 40" 04 5 ......AthHtlu. 11..", ,, .. .. 'f-a. a 1:1.: a S 45 .."...'._
It will cure Chills tIed In their new home on the lake Baker state that she had hoped to for success. They are not willing to decided the battle. 5 go P It Ill a 00 p 21. .._...SaytorL. ......... .. 0 U a 11 ao.a 'SO p......... HH' ;

:I and Fever Headaches Stella peninsula. It Is Mr. Coward' supply; the Palatka market this boll. pay the regular price for it. They are Lack or Gooil M.a......... ---- -"

Colds and Biliousness. purpose to go extensively: Into the d.Y'- time- now she can not supply- looking for bargains. They are hunting "I beard Crabbe uny be had nevir AND OCCIDENTAL: STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS MIAMI.

::1 rowing of vegetable for the local he requirement of her own table for short cuts to success. bad such luck In his business us he's "----- .

. ..5 Try a Bottle market, a bu'ae..o' which he I I. an She has a large farm and an ideal Power gravitates to tbe man who having now, but I didn't understand Close CossKllaa Made .1 Miami with Slcsraililp. of Ibo P. &: 0. S. S. Company For

" .zpert.Mr range .for>> turkey and other fowl. knows how. "Luck Is the tidenothing whether It was good rack or bud."

ONLY 25 GENTS. *. R. C. Ivory' and Master Wal.t.r She take the beat care of them, more.' The strong man rows with It if "Oh, be meant bad luck of course! HAVANA AND KEY WEST. '
toward his lie'
It makes row .
port. If It were good luck be wouldn't speakcf .
and boa efforts to raise them
( yet ------
For Bale atLound's Lynch arrived from the north gainst It If It flows the other-way.-
It as 'luck at nll.rbllll.leiphiaI"
have. proved a total failure.-- Tnaaa Time Tables show the time 55 whirl, 1nUni may M'I''I'.I to..nrrlvo'anil dapart
last. Saturday evening and are again I Buc"..... from the.....ral ... DrugStore ..t their pleasant bomB on Market .. this Oompaoy to be n rMpoaalblo fur any delaysorney onnequououa orlalns. Cherofroat '
-
Bible Conference.The
The Coming .
treet. Capt. Ivory came several .

:, Crescent City; FI,:. week ago! and had the house all News baa received the follow. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information .

Fresh Iilnnof Garden 8<*..
.. UorniudaOnion, Seed. *. Ella Angst of Jacksonville' president of the l Houthfleld: which Bible tell DOver Half' a MillionSATISFIED "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." .{

was the guest of Mr. 8. B. Shaw Conference association the J. D. RAHNER': Asst. deiTl Pass Agt.. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA. ,
during all of last week returning of the plan for coining meeting
The New gladly give place to the CUSTOMERSDo Effective June 3d. lfl;>6.! schedule figures for Mayport Branch and Homestead
latins Rlvrby D."C"I.; home on Monday Ja.t. This was In full 11 Extension shown above will be changed ; additional trains being put Into service r.

Irs. Apgar' first visit to Interior utter you think such an enormous business could i be built up and between JaoksoDvllle and Mnyport and the service between M lam and llomeatead -'
The Beach &: Miller Line! Florida and she expressed herself. a* Eaat.Nortb, Mass.Nov. continually Increased, If our goods did not have exceptional value and merit? being reduced to one train a day each way For correct schedule see any Agent
a 100
SIMiaar CKiaCKNT.LWVM delighted with Crescent City and Dear ,lr. Russell( Do yon think we could hold the trade of half a million people if our otthef E. O. Ity. '

established f ___
what wasn't
for doing exactly we say firmly
reputation -- -
Jaokaonvlllaon TnawUTa-Tbunday th rl".. trip. No doubt many; friend, la and Business -- --
: Do think U. S. Senators Ambassadors, Bankers
Foreign
Slut Saturday al SS a. m. for Urawt Cov about Crescent City; are. .anxious you
.{Lanillnani alalka.". Crwoaflt- Olty and principal Way Mr. O. T. Thompson baa returned knowsomething of the plans for a and HAYNER Professions WHISKEY! men in If every It wasn't section all rlgbtPDo of this country would keep on using + =l SOUTHERN RAIL-wL AY, =Z..

: 1..rnln..I..O'ol"o5 Wadata.toy to Huntington after ....eralmootb.. Conference the coming seasotl.. ; and would recommend It and hospitals use It. If It
think doctors
.*. Krlilay.I and Monday lootul at La.rs 7 a. m.Jaokmnvlllswbart 8tn. *. visit with friends the north and I I. therefore. I writ'.you" the following wasn't absolutely you pure and unadulterated EFFECTIVE AUG. 0, 100G..

Tolophona Ia at present the guest of Mr. Cheatlam. not*. Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order. -
P* atka wharf loot of Imo, *_ The Conference to beheld from ; .
Mrs. Thompson ha leased February loth to March 4th. The Your money back if you are not satisfied. Two Vestibule Trains ..... r 114Lv Jlo.8J North and West No. l'I'IL.

her home In Huntlngton for the lid of-i ak.rs I I. well mad up.' "WeexpecflU United Btatea Senate. ,Waehlnitoa D.C. : ....
J""k..III. nit 80 By l hI a 1 M"L. auiu'oilt1o. Its. 80 itS 1 top
JOHN VINCENT D. Q..B. winter to Editor Hale and family of *.James M. Gray D; D. of "I .have found Haya.r Whiikay exceptionally" toe for table and medicinal ,..rpo_" J.eup. .ha 80 By 1e. a 10 401.Ly I., J..p. Its . tIo it7 .. III III'',. ......
Dhlcago, Dean of the Moody Bible W... M. Simon 1IA ..nD.h. a" Bo By I SIp 14 mat ...III..ou. (to .. ...11011' ... 8(0,.. ......
East Hartford. Coca, who will ar- the leading 'Also U. .. Senator from Nevada. Ar ,. .. .................. By a 11II p 0 Ole Ar Atlanta, Us.........Mo Ky I... DIOa! ...... ,
Artistic Barber. DStltute a* speaker. Ar Chsritt... .. .. .. .. .So fly it ill p 5 tIe 6r t .m... Ua ...........1In lIy .... .141ff. -
nyc early; In January. Dr. Elmo Harris. President of the A. ..re.nboro..lko By I U. it mama Ar baifon. 0....... .......0I, a SOs> ..
.. Miss Canadian Bible School In Toronto Ar V..III.. ......... .. So By S It a I its AfQlICttlIllOogSTsna.Solty'! ""
Mrs. E. D. Lynch and nletiv. : : :
and AnIuzlngton K7..QA.: 405.. ::::::
Hair CotUDlL all approved style Mr. A. O. Gaebeleln myself.bf HAYNER WHISKEY ArCluomaati.. (11,1..l. S .... '' ......
Florence Lee, a. charming young Stebblns will help In the music BleIt..ond........... 5041y I&t.a 1421& s..'
Give me a oaU. lady of Worcester. M..... ..rrlvedTuud.7 Lv< Inolni.ntl i On.JlIK:, bar, | > t4t.ArOhicago |., ...,...- .
as heretofore. Ar LynchhUr5 ... .. 110 mtr 4 114 a 4 :alp 111 ....:Pig Four|I..I|I T lIeVCmoulnnaLi | ...
night on tlr* Crsscent. There 1* a very large and Increaa- Ar titariott.e..ili, ". 80 R7 0 15 a 5 !liP L .. 0 Pa L1.sI i. ......
CEK8CKNT OITT. .FLOBID via. Clyd Lla with lug Interest la this Conference all Al W,.b'DIClon' .......110 B, I 110. I tapruemtimoru Anchtsg,' .,.......1'. Li.e..f ,va.
They earn rough the north and everything FULL $< | .20 EXPRESS ...... P B BilBO.. 112111.Ar : .VOieinnetl 0 ii a I) .'
tlr*Ivory; but tayd over lu Jack- points to a large attendance.. VVo 4 t"hll..lpl.la.wYo'k.. .. .......If.P B iLt.ir it ; t 4Sf p II ttsLi' ''''. Archiesto..CHAD: .... ; l'I ::::: a

A. sonvlll two or three day to enjoy will doubtless need every available $ j,. Lv"ln.lnllon .. ..,.0 II... top _....
TORREY.: QUARTS PREPAID1 1'10. 114 -.tI. York and Yiorhh, Zxnreus'llall rToiodo .. 0 U a P\\\ \ S hoe
the pleasure and sight of Florida'smetropolk. piece for entertainment, and I hope Pullman Drawiag Room Kiaspin; car ArDmnott. .. .. : :.... I :::::: .'
: : .
Undertaker' and Embalmer. .. the; people"will be willing to make a b40ween Furs Taapa, JeUlk.OnVimi'i and Sew i.VOInolnual.' *... Pa 14n...
real effort.'If need be, to provide for OUR OFFER Wi will" s.nd <>< IB a P'1"' sealed "ease with no Yo.'". ArFtlleburi..1'Lie.: : : .1 i t elop Me.I ::::::
i 'Cha W. ...b.m of Evansvllle, these guests We are' urging that mwk ,? rtoi 000telit,. POUR FULl QUART 110..IIO-"Wuhlnll'on and PI. J.lml&.ct." 0117Puhiman Li-lli.6.iiir') : 5'ur .
Full line of Caskets and Oofflns. entertainment be secured a* .rly.u aOTTLB80P HAYNBH PRIVATB STOCK RYE FOR gun: and we flrsWIeg'ituom sioepiug Oar.Jaklofl.' ArOlelaeO..::-':Dig IllS\ F.etr I....) = Slp 46a.! ::::.
Talephon Ind., was la town last Friday and wot pal tbe axpraea cliarvtev. Take home and tempi It.ban your doctorteat .lUo SO New YO.k. .
Saturday, a guest at Crescent Inn. possible.The plan. of the Conference will be .It-every bottle yon wiab. Then It yon don't And It Just aa we lay ;:; Arioul.vIlIe lextgl.n..S.. ,... B", "I'I. .4 5 I 5,11 lOp' ........... -
OEESCENT OITT tXOBtOA 11 and perfectly latl.laotorr.ehlp It back.. nt AT OUR EXPENSE: and roar Through "'Tits Land 0' the n,.'! r !rla.LouB.:. .,.. ....... .! .....
Benhant lived her some unchanged the teaching being along .t
Mr. this wnl .b. promptly relanded. How eovJd any otter be Ulntf You ,
] rear* ago and U well known to all the same general lines. don't flak a oust.OrdwsforArts.C.t.CeL..- L.. Jeok.on.iiiie, ria. ...... '.80 Ry Mp 'Jj;; 'rheplnrlds' Limit""" ," naiijj. '
I tha, coma, to ule Indirectly that Mont.NeW M....Ore..Ctah.We.h.. '' L" atraunch. tO' ....... .. 80 Hf 12 its V.atlbuis train through 4.1' ....""h..n. .'..11- i
Crescent Transfer Co. older eltlsens. HI* short. Infrequentvisits Idaho. .J .... .. .... mnsa.ieepiofoarejouk.ouIii. 'In.tnDal-I., .
City of the teaching seemed to 4 ... ...00> Oomumhle. 5 0 So itt 5 ISaAr '
04U past or}V..70..tnn.t be i on the ba l' of tna for by ExpresS *-
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Meets give pleasure to alt. M,. Ben- some to be unimportant and narrow. pd Pr ..'"1It-, *tat*lij*O,br rclcht. rrepnid.Writ Ar Hntapnin5..b.>III. N. C NO. .. ...Ro 1'0 Sr Sy I I lip lOop =- t -=- -z'n ,

all trains at Oteeoi-nt City Junotlon. bam I* a commercial traveler and In this connection I would stilt that .our aaar.it eOlce\ and do it NOW. _ Ar *nOsiuIeTena 80 It, 5 him' JlORTHWE8T. Ifo. 18L. i
U divided Ar Znai.vliie ...... 80 a, C so.Ar .. .
thinking sl.itrply
Christian
Night trs1osby appolDtm..t.; look prosperous.; all of S, Louis ..... ... ....lb 0 Sr 4 SlIp aok..I1"p.
: ">004.ove. the authority T i.-i HAYffER DISTILLING COMPANY Sr (UlllolDn.LI Ohio..Q 41 I SlOe I.Y e..p .. .. .............110 Ey 10 alp .., ..
LuLLBgu.gsssger. ,Wild turkey and deer are reported the Bcrlpture One class contending A. Maooui ......... ........1k, R, I los .>., .
to be quit plentiful pn the eastside tbatScrlpture must be discarded Atlanta ea., Daytaa, O. UL: lnM. .Ct. Paul.Mliw.40J _ Bores Nn. IIII-D.1l1'5l.epiug. Ou Pnilmaa be'.n b..I.-Ronm J..nn.III..4 and A A.. Anniton Atisala....". ls... ,..... ...110 So B Si, 6.I .... ...... '.

of Uke Crescent. A party from If conflicting with reason; which 1.1 lftlLUar.TIOT 0.. IITASUSBSD im _ e. Lo..s. A. Itirmiogham. ......,........ By ii ."....1, ,
than personal opinion. 1'h. .. ... 425..
( no more ArMomphisTean .l"nleoo B .....
this place got two deer last week anton I other elas contending that HorlptureI L- _. Ar Renus. .'ity. )10..1_ S ...... j.,

i'il. other party early_ln the present IB I above human ..1'"a'II'and should .-' Two Trains Daily L .\C.mpbl. ........ ...." ...) 540p-....."!
:,. !! week saw six, though not sueerssfula be accepted a* a final' .revelation. to ."tYT.rrrr.r.7.r."T'I1f:1L"aJOI'llYiJl'It-rr.r.JriTJrJrrJ'J! : : : : : : : : .qm-onnnJl'TIf Ar Rot Sprlup.. Ark..I I .Slap. .... .,, .

: _..rlola07 of them. Most everyone man. Our Conference stands for the - To Wa'3hington and Ho. IS-"The Florida Uml""' .* Dally ....It.. -
authority; .and Inspiration of the man Dra'.ln Room Oleeplnc ears betveea .'
uOIC1 who ha. a abot gun In the family Scriptures, and w* can not make I( IS'YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE 7It New 'York. Jaokeonvllle I Can..Oil,., Birmingham MemphU amiAR8ITAU

.\ has been Indulging III quail. pine for the testimony of any; other .. .
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\' Misses Addle Grace and Hilda kind of teaching. .o, lot na get, a buyer. lor it.V nrfr in a position ----I -- -I
For" Bale by all It I. Impossible Lofted any able A* JACKSONVILLEahlnaton .
dealers8HOTWEUL Waterman entertained. Urge partyof Bible teacher to-day who does not to ,handle Beat Estate of nit kinds: regardless of location. Vrem ... Tort We.blniton .10.-110 III, --W..bln.. and rln"I.I" Limited" ..08... pi.
their young friend at their horn hold all ths troth w* have heard In Write \1a what l hayo to sell with description and From Ohio..., 4acinsIi; ,Uhatta000is. eiao, 14. "Emorih.. i lmtmed' Cmi: a is
you .
W. From Kaneaat'Ity Memphis
: B. : the Conferences. There are' plenty \ Blrmh'fh.m.110. U."florida Umll.d a m, '
south of town last Friday evening Front'IDOI".I, AshstlI& .1.-IIt.1Jo ""' anil Florida. Limit-.1: ) *5-eu '.
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Bunds How ,Boa It WM a Halloween party. a little of Bible preacher who might who us give* texts us their from opinIons the- price. w.tvrilldo; out beat for you .. -From--1'1.' w York", Ha .hlnguneto. &3"Nsw Y"rll..ool FirSts. ("1>.. ,' BJUJ p. re m..

I IDd8 Repairs bo..t., buuLle& 4 ...... all delayed bat none the I less noyabl| but Biule-Toaohers: belong to The Crescent-cfity Realty' Co. Exce'l nt DI."Iln# Car 3*,rv ce. .
4 0' 11'004 work repal at h".iwp* I The yoang people from town went another class; being careful student : "

LIar o. hi.. M<are euoeerne.t. ,Crescent Cltyv; Florida I ./, 0.LOHK.. District Passenger Agent\ ,'\m' West Bay straet. ;Jacksonville,* "le.., "
Bible really CB..OIlF.BT.O.M W. H. .
; only ,with what the ,, TA7UJE. O. P,A. ,
.Uaf.... work .4 mo4kT ebaperon Mr*. D. 'W. Benhauait teaenrsa and receive that teaching a* ea.o.rt-.ee'. .. 4.'r.. ...0 )I 8, H.HABDWICK 1'. T. M.,' 'BROOKS... MUUQAN. ,.. ,.A.. a.. 1'. A.:,
8'Mo.. .. JIJs Jessie Burton .. T -- ,
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i it The The celebrated Kupperbusoh fried Putnam House Assessment.The '
Palatka News
oyster ha been to the front during
'liNES
I, the cool weather of the past week. oity'B assessment of the Put- THE --LINE AMONG. I

The and Advertiser Mr. Kunperbusob hasn't a superior nam House is now $45,000. This
In the .U. S. in the preparation of amount tbe owners of the property

,-- oyster have asked the city oonuoll to reduce -
M. B. Brown tbe clothier has a to a nominal sum a* the city's
"" very beautiful display gentlemen'a the Bros. High Art Glofhin :
i: contribution to an enterprise &
AdvancoI City, fiappenlngs. and white kerchiefs.and colored The colored silk Initial goods hAnd-come success of which will mean much to' Strouse .

..Y Personal mention. J III boxes of six each, and each handkerchief the future welfare of the entire city.
Le Is of adltferent color. These For years The property lay Idle. 4 All the seasonable
can be had In embroidered initial a \ and
desired. any Last November It was purchased by ,dew style* of
Chaa. M. Hllllard has.. been In the W. A. and L. It. Mnrryday of this Overcoats
city this week. Miss Helen Stelnmetx, charming and.3uJU/resit) from tits
a It and since
who for
city, paid $28,000 ,
Arrivals young lady of NorrUtown Pa., has factory of the celebratee
I A. E. Wilson Is In New York for :
which time these gentlemen have ;
been the guest for week of .
rest and recreation- Y
Miss Minnie Buky. Miss, Stelnmeta I'spent many thousands of dollars In MHIgh Art Clotlling"
Stuart Hyatt has over 40 pupils in was a former college mate of Mlia getting the house ready for opening m
ils class of vocal muslo. Buky' at Rollins College, Winter next month. t a' { See our "Neck wear
Park, and Is enroute to her winter t a" Show." Here
Miss Lillian
1 of
Morris Jacksonville home near Orlando. The house will probably, bo operated you W l
is the guest of Mrs. M. J. 1'A at I a considerable loss for this and b --ii find the cream.of cravats
Murphy.
OFFall defective kitchen flue caused r
small fire at the Graham hotel late the coming two or three yearn. the leading
Mrs. u. W. Peer of Satsuma a .
and Heights was a visitor, in the city last Friday afternoon but the blaze It Is so long since any effort was l' ,a ..\ : -in-Hands, String
i yesterday. wo put out before any great damage made by PIIII tkl. to secure a share of '. Iifrom Bow
Ties
followed Oay Bron. have a private the tourist travel that the place has t Ascots
A great many Palatka people are hose reel at their down town store, I
4i it < and a host
well nigh been forgotten. No one of
arranging to visit Tampa during the new
and when It comes to a- show-dowq ,
+
; State Fair. the firm's brigade lea whole fire department thing could do morn to restore tills k -f... \ shades in distinct pat

I It WinterGoods Mrs. Willie Metcalf spent several In Itself. tourist business I hull the opening of terns. :age: and upWard

days In Jacksonville last week on a Hon. S. J. Hllburit was the first the Putnam House. "
visit to relatives. man to pay his state and county taxes The News believes In that section _; j QI-f! fall, Exhibition Of

Miss Maggie Anderson has returned for 19Ufi. Mr. Hilburn appeared at I of the constitution which provides -. $ rjatsjs nj eauty, all the
t from an extended visit to friends the/ tax collector's otlleu on Monday fur an Hjultablu'dlxtrlbutlon of the new
and)
with the ducats and received halcJes shapes
In morning inspttand'stiff
Pennsylvania.Dr. i bus d.ntz of l taxation, hut there are '
receipt No.1. But then, Mr. HIl- from
f. 8. 1 1. Peck and E B. Olinstead, burn Is a lawyer and a good one and i some enterprises of a public nature .' $1.5 0
I'I'f. prominent men of Pomona, were in that aooaunts; In a measure for his i which do'so much in the way of r$3. .
the TROUSg13BROTHER5, t
city Monday Wed '
having money. By noon on scattering benefit to nil that exceptions .
II AT Mr. and Mrs. F. J. O'Haru of Buffalo nesday Collector Willard had Issued : are sometimes mad.. Thin we ,'
Bluff were In the Tuesday about 110 receipts.At moment that
r city over -
and Wednesday. I, a meeting; of the local tent of : believe to be applicable to the Putnam Don't imagine for one, you cannot get '

O. H. Preston, K. Borsen and L. the Knights of the Modern Macca I House. all the other little dress needs l
a Eaton promlnet citizens of Crescent bees last Monday night the following I Its reopening Is a matter In whichall just as good values in ,

t Brown'sis City, were In the city Wednesday. ofllcers were elected t Paztoomnand-: tax payers" are interested and Gloves];. 'Handkerchiefs'
K.
er, E. N. Cnlhoun; commander. Underwear Jewelry' .
N //The rummage sale for the benefit N. MoNabb; lieutenant-commander, they are Interested to the extent of such as ,

I I of St. Marks church held last week L. C. Stephens record keeper, J. D. lightening the tnx burden now resting and Cuffs, etc. et., -\fMM
l t will net the coffers of that sanctuary Buky; finance keeper,Jos. Price Jr.; upon Its owners until Much time as Hosiery, Collars "
about *GO. chaplain F. H. Rlohey; physician, .
the house by exeellenee of
now ready A. M.Steen; sergeant; Leo Jaoobsou; management will find the stocks
!
Mrs. Stuart Worden has remained nmeter-at-aiuiB, Frank Smith; let cnn bo plnoi'd on a paying I I In each'of these departments you .'
for your at Fort Meade for another week's of Wallace 2U basis. .;;" '
;il: master guard Taylor .
Inspection.Come atka visit.on She Menclay.expects to return to Pal master of guard, J. C. Geary: picket, The council will not run counter to 'complete. r
sentinel M. Kanner.
Tom Holden
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public sentiment In granting this
while Miss Lillian B. Ralph U expectedto These officers will be Installed on .
arrive In the city today and will Monday night and It Is the desire of poll 11011. ______ __ I ;
the stock isunbroken. be the Commander Calhoun that a full' attendance i
guest over Sunday of .MissMabel j jHERBERT"
Holcomb. of members be present. Itte City Council. Rie
I. M. MrY;
,.. Arthur Keller, well-known as a iThe city council had only gottendown ti tie tiu tiy
former Palatkan, passed through the Married at Mayport.Mr. to work lust Tuesday night .
.. city Wednesday, being enroute from Clifford W. Chalflnch of Buffalo when the alarm bf Urn was Rounded. "
Llthla Springs, Ua., to his home in CROOK .Manager.Housekeepers raL'
The Miami.i.Mr. Bluff, well known In this city, This alarm was 11"lId\ and urgent .,,. .',
and Miss Glennle C. Bennett, daughter that some ini-mbtr of the board .'
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W. O. Snow nnd Mrs. L. C.
I' t GRIFFON BRAND Royce will arrive from Brattleboro, of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bennett, moved to adjourn and the. members __ _-.,- -r___ ___ .. '-_,__ -: HU -. 1.
Vt., next week and as usual will occupy were quietly married at the home of scattered before the president had ; :;'

Mrs. Snow's flat on Front street the bride'. parent at Mayport, Fla., time to put It. 1: lfi mI: 4' l t( !( ( 1'') 'i
Custom /lade for the winter.
'f : Wednesday, Nov. 8th. Before adjournment a petition had
\ I. Suits for Men Capt. and Mrs. J. E. Lucas and lit- been rend from 'V, A and L. II.Merryduy .

\ tle daughter returned on Saturday Troubles.The ownnr'' of I he Putnam I Thanksgiving; ; I
are of exceptionally from Missouri where Mrs. Lucas Public Library House, asking that tin asHussmunton :
and the little
the
girl spent summer Palatka association Is
i d attractive materials with her parents. Library the big houae be reduced to a nominal

,; "l I. this year. George Beitte has purchased of having The executive troubles. of committee It* own. of the sum. Action on the petitionwas I Approaches.November I :

', Dr. E. S.: Crlll the cottage propertyon deferred to next meeting. ? .
held u
Suits Wednesday
And the south Seventh street, adoinlng| Library a meeting .
are warranted Mrs. Urooms' property, and has afternoon. The Library Is In debt. Another New Court House. 'SOthlis
k. moved Into the same. It owes $125. The meeting was for vJThe board of the Day.
Couuty Commission 1
To Fit like'if the of devising of securing 'P H'
: Martin Urlflhi la showing some purpose ways .
.
' i, tailor madeGarment. choice grape fruit and oranges put this money. It was decided era spout a considerably lime on How are' you' lied for Table Linen and !Ii! j
1 a In
up In half boxes, the fruit being that it must be raised by popular ap Wednesday consultation with nil I Napkins? ,
r ; from his grove lu East Palatka. It architect of New Orleans who submitted ;

can be seen at his store peal. plans for a new court house. Ve.bave.a Beautiful{ line -of diem boughtin
Further, It Is going to depend on
Little Miss Margaret Willard will The board was pleased with the i.I i.
)
L needs
.r the generosity of the returns whetheror anticipation ofyour holiday F
In Boys accompany her grandfather, Judge plans submitted and will look Into :\\j- .. .
not the 'will be continued.The i.
Rob't W. Davis library
on his return to the matter further. .. I :: "
Comenl1d."hem'
Tampa. there to visit a few days and committee needs encouragement will rejoice at the oppor i -,
f and Children'sSuits see the State Fair. and cash. And It needs both The board la willing to submit a tunities afrorded the '
f ,by ,
The ni :
bonding
proposition to
: J. ( the people priced LOW.,.
E Gantt and Ilmllyare now in NOW of ** -
v South Carolina on a visit to relatives with a new court house In view, but prices our present large
should not be allowed
; and friends. Mr. Gantt will returnIn Palatka'aUbrary before doing so would be pleased to and beautiful collection of I LEO JACOBSON'SBargain "
I time to the Graham to die for want of proper nourishment -
re-open know the
sentiment of voters, ns an 'I"
; We have just Hotel on the 14th. in this city of plenty. 'rhe election costs money.Wants FurnitureFinely -

t Miss A.K.Yerley of ColumbusMlss. Institution 1 I..* deserving of hearty II ; Dry(;ooJs and Shoo House.

f I what you want. has accepted a position as managerof support. It Is hard to measure the Law For It. finished Oak Dresn

The array of the Western Union Telegraph amount of "good such Institution Sheriff Howell It Is understood, PulntKIt,.,. 1'J4, : 1>1..
'\ company's office in this city, to succeed In ers, Chiffoniers; -Tables, !!I!I ri .'
'" Suits for Johnnie Kane,resigned.Mrs. accomplishes. Many strangers will refuse to surrender county convicts 11III2I j ,;!}
[ the city for-a few days visit the library to the lessee, W. R. Massey the Sideboards and lutfets. Q1 1\B mWtJmJ mmmlm) JUJIn;

rJ Boys and Children burg Is Geo.spending A. Downing the week of with Middle-Mr. and In the winter tourists turpentine operator at Ft. Brooke, Also a beautiful line of ,

')1 f' is large Downing at the Saratoga Hotel, and find It a quiet place to read and rest. unless ordered so to do by the circuit Mattings, huge and -
; with them In Mrs. F. M. Downing, It take the place of a home court. Mr. Howell does not believe N1
Stair We Time!
$ and there is a daughter-in-law, of Jacksonville. library In many home In this city. there Is any law (giving county : Carpets. can :i ;the

1' something sure to T. J. MoMeekln\ for some time Children and young people get much commissioners the power to lease interest you in Iron Beds,
I' past a popular salesman with the that i la "good forliem In the way of county convicts.but states that If he High Grade Springs Cot. a Place l your orders at once( and bet

" (: please everyone. severed Keunerly his Hardware connection company, and will has mental nourishment from Its shelves. Is mistaken and Is so advised by .a ton and Felt! Mattresses. sure-to1' (Rbt good trees' and, ..pljiuts beFore

leave on Sunday for Marietta, Oft. And when a boy or girl Is reading a reliable attorney, he will oiler no Terms to suit your con. it il tnorHn'Rw] Choice budded
The Celebrated Mrs. Henry S. Wilson and son, good book you may be sure they are further opposition. venience.J. Oran :* aW (Jrapefrnit buds. on Sour, 'i;

t ) Edwin, have returned from Detroit out of mischief and 'well occupied. The commissioners have, leased llough CitrusTrifoliida "
GOTHAM HATS Mich., at which place they have Don't let the library starve to death. the convicts to Mr. Massy at $10 per LirmMjM 6dti
been since H. YELVERTON Jr. stock st lnT'r'1l'reti; { s' Penclil'enr,
quitting the Sapphire year eaoh. .... : <:
\ for Men in country. of North Carolina In September Some New Potatoes. ? 1'llllli.and Grafted! Pecans. Also 100, i!

" Soft and Stiffpatterns. Mrs. A. L. Gibson and children returned H. J. Hector of Florahome was In Ladies: who Palatka, Florida. 41 000 (Cassava peed'cnne cutting Write

to Palatka-last. with lot for Address the "
week, after a the city Monday a sample price
delllhttulaummer at Ocean City, N. of new Irish potatoes which he had IflT"W" '
J. They will the winter here
spend from muck land on his Want ,Interlachen Nurseries
with Mrs. Gibson's parents, Mr. and Just dug a ,
line Mrs. I. H. Hllllard. plantation at that place. Mr. Rector \ '
Elegant
states that when he dug his potato : } :'I li;wylie! ;
There was a great crowd In at Fine
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FittingKid 'V .. Mb
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t Neckwear.Pretty fendanceatthesupper given by the crop last July there were many '. ltt\rfulen) Fla. r rI
U. D, u. on Tuesday night. The lar- small one which he left In the '
der was empty by 8:80: and about tOO ground. It la 1 these small ones Glove I ._ trU..n :, -- '' -.- --= \.
was realized for the benefit of destitute
, confederate soldiers. which he I la n6w digging, and they hu..u..n''Unn.. ,- v3,rvjy '
: I' are now large, fine appearing pota Can secure them In Black, a
The supper given by the ladles of toes. He think that he will White and Colors at our store.
Patterns in St. Monica's Catholic church will be dig We have House 1
the three just received a new Furnishing IIs
In the vacant store In the opera house about 100 bushel from Invoice of perfect fitting :
Shirts. block tomorrow evening. The ladles acre patch and many of them he gloves. Our line of t
:j$ have prepared an excellent bill of will use fur seed purposes In the
p Our
.Business
f.,, fare and all should attend. spring. Corsets, Baby Goods,. .

I New and Geo. A. Powell, tho well-known and we are, prep1ire4 t$)
.: Monday.turpentine Mr.operator Powell, was Is. bringing In tbe;city his Excellent Legislative Timber. Silk Shirt Waist patternsand A SMALL HOT BIRDand your taste' iuf every detail. lIpyhq\ .fray. I }

DesirableUnderwear. family down from North Carolina James Fennel of Melrose, with his other, high cla s Dry a l large| cold bot.rl..1< are a How about Hammocks' Let ns show you u t{
and will reside at DeLand where ion, L. W. Fennel, were among tbe Uoods Novelties Is very complete .-" good combination Just now. comfortable one for gour porch. :
I the the children will.have the advantageof prominent men from the county In and was selected with a I will furnish the bottle and Pretty,Odd Pieces'ol !!urnfture lu'ii.1ble'lyeWng' :\ Gifts. .;
university.Attorney view to real value combined will let the bird look out for
Henry Strum has returned Palatka last Tuesday James Fen- with style requirements. ''Itself. In fact, I will furnish Capt. M., R., RYAl\TE alatlra Fla AdPB7TI3d
from a visit: of several weeks In nel ha been a power and tower of, We have. a great display ''of anything; thai: Is hlKh-tfri.de .. ., ,
.1, t In fact New York and to the home of his 'strength to tbe democracy of Putnam I III Whiskies, Gins Brandies,. .. .nrn: :
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Everything parents In Connecticut. Since his county since reconstruction day, Trimmed Mats. Bums Wines, ere. Beer sold -- .. ,, ", ,,!
the -
return Mr. Struns has been catching by kegor ciisk, But aboveall 0--- ----- -,7T" ---

i ''t that up bis with clients.the neglected legal work of and whlob there his ha opinion been no has campaign; not been In -- WHISKEY cull for Genuine for which HAJU. I >am 1a. The Best Exercise. "U1 VIU.luijm'm"1t !!I i' "itl, ,,tlaf,"' f:

; Men and Boys sought and followed when, It came to sole agent. ".
(XTho Palatka W. C. T. U. will resume }
I: wear of the the publication ot a column of a matter of party policy.' He I I.- an KATE L. LUCAS J. F. BREWER, ttf' he'had is in a""Ram of BoY E= PAINTS | i

t' temperance news and:! discussion in old war: horse, of democracy and a* Kail.' I tV muscle builder == .'
Newest, this: January 1st. These such will always bold an honored Palatka Florid and an appetite provoker .. IJlult will wear.'r;
;; mostllf ladles dope to increase Interest In place In the minds and hearts of his Milliner, Most people tlllua\ that, our = Waft Paper, Kalnomlno. 3 ,
t the cause throughout the county. Alley la the finest they'veever ::!
Desirable o-worker. Mr. Fennel announces Merryday Block.. Pal.tka>. Fl.. played on. W. lake* < 'I: Yarnlsh.JAPA ::S.i
Styles A. T. Trlay has opened a high ... 80 Acres--Wire .aIf\
that be baa retired from active participation Fences their word for It J Ladles play :;: -tAC
i r and Material grade street stock store of groceries formerly occupied in the Lemon by In politic, but all the free Tuesday, afternoon.. :;:' w 1"

j llf i can be had at the Miss Kate Lncns' millinery entnoUhment. same no one would tbluk'of entering This Buildings Cost 51,250, ::::f. | *i
Mr. Trlay was formerly campaign without seeking hi* I All lu ,good order. House painted, Maurice Lamon 'flOB8E'.pAlllf STORE, ;
4 closest prices atIJ agent of the Southern Express company council. door and window screen '
on hinges, .
In Palatka. Much Llneolluin ..,,'.., f P.I"CkR FU.Play :
V cost ,75.
Peculiar thing about Mr. Fennel'aparty Pleasant

The Woman' Foreign Missionary work 1* that h. has never Ie and 16 feet very above healthy location House Central- Lemon Htreot.:, Tall/IUIiIIUUUUUIfIIlIIIUIIIC/
Society of "St. James Methodist and near beautiful .. "
f M. S. BROWN'SI .soughtomee. Ills efforts vebeen lakv.
IJ church will give one of their popular / FOR
dime socials the residence of Mrs.tt. of the unselfish kind. He wonld be Certaln' lure. i9AtB.-Houaebold': furni. Box Ball

S. Mooney (entrance next to council a tower of strength' and an honor to- .All .for $795.Reason to, parlor, rosewoxl,piano; stool sod. musi Lot

chamber) on Tuesday evening will Putnam county In tb. legislature; If yea are an .n.rtr Uo.young mm press, sideboard lamp" writing, tola.. ..nd desk,Ctll Utter Itichdrde;..Al1 .., n'Griffin ;,
In,
Nov. H. Pitt and Flinch for
selling
games .omoa"DeI Iho' '
: ClolhierP or .a. MOom Crippled old
I' r b. feature of the evening's f nteralnment. provided he could 6e induced' to oner pftnUd b aeNiw to a.ne/be.om- dlotnjtai.d kitchen,rablwi. r..frlwer; Under; new msungeineul s "
RHfreshmnnts will be tbe race. m.nl.l AW end. Ibm. da.wall,.thl* age.Also, hardware.. tools, furniture, room suit, lot. nu LadI"'J1 ijr : (Yiilrieidy. .'tpr..... a
r olUic* en op Q .err Tno toUOMM COOl p"u, 10 planf4l ..
served. cordial Invitation in etc, etc., at half quart J Jare 5txrTYPLW1lrr7LN
extended ,And speaking of the race. There for von Imparting torottnrmoUo price. A double ; .Xo.water. T. QrRull1' .
ott.largecook 2 to e. .
ANDGets' ,
to all. l knowUdgool.il th detail barrel gun Damascus barrel. stove books.t..isi
chokeJ..WETKERBEE
would be none for there would be no ol fch.bu.lnM offloot ol treks bore.. pistol grip,, orlgln.l..utlt wui be suld.nheHp for. atilt. .( ;.r 'LLTTLIIS In nr
: Hon. Jno. P. Wall of Putuam Hall opposition to a man of Mr. Fennel' erm.andIN. wad our. now "11.1I0. Addre.. tw, I rllthn" by "
aataloiot Will W.eeuwl.to.rwhe.ea ERMATPylaFjksHelgilt.yla-0
was In the city on Tuesday. Mr. quantities printed from
911f' fttll" .
; Fareisher Wall report that hit son Dr. W. W. calibre. MASSEY -1i- ,-' ---- -e---.. flaw p "''JG4'lU'I1).nl'> work. i:,
C. Wall while not making any no- Dr. E. H. ,Armstrong the Jackson- ?, ",LQ/i'f-A/: (told ball plu wlttilnlLlRle" the nlWhTII'p'wrltte'nerBrt- '
Iceabla Improvement I I.. yet hold. BUSINESS COLLEGES.Xi. 11-1Q) 8v/ ,Fruttla'nd, Fie' L A, S. ou (see and threw, gull | ;W. r."iiQli6fwa. Jon kind of 'nt
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: lag his own and I la hopeful that his vllle Eye Specialist and Neurologist llnumr.... .AU. Bowrroit,Tax,' 1..ndant'Wltt' IpltlnU !L.' A"I U.: glint ".",,,,,ransvnshoe other/ .
II I POlO U.llu. recovery will'not be long; delayed' will make personal trip to our city ..__.... .. Jac..eavnaa,7nr.Atoaroaeea.cosur.v4ea. W A .Croutiap' '.. --. engraved! 011 ''tht'lm.' ''Fllld.r""UI 'b'J' prices.i '- n1 1
Dr. Walt was In the city for a short N ov. IS and 13, located at the Arl-| pa,. cash for same f.' n. bvPafatka.{ win suitably' rewarded b.I..1 same gyyumir gAo.rmouey'svoreb i
time on Saturday. a.lht..lno\ ea Ielieerlpa a.osA. '. .nook-oUI!?
ngton. ,Writ. in 9.Hr HAFJCR, Palatka. 1. Co.. ly k'M,) and so ."
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