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Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 1905
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Palatka daily advertiser
Succeeded by: Crescent City news (Crescent City, Fla. : 1899)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)

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NEW SEKIPirVOL, XIII NO. 46.
PALATKA, FLORIDA! FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1905. I 11. Per Year.



For Sale-Houses, Lots, Vacant Lotsd' an ,thing !in Real:! Estate. 'H. M. de Montmollln.k .


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7WaJ Plenty of Pressure.; --I PRESBYTERIANISMIN I -- dH -. .

II. Brown engineer! at -the Palatka I PALATKA.

r FIRST IN THE FIELD there water was works lack, while of water convinced at the Oil that I Id-

town fire on the night of the 7th Interesting Paper Read by Rev.L. .

lust., wants It understood that the R. Lynn at the PresbyI H TOYS I TOYS!

//, With FALL and WINTER CLOTHING. fault ment.docs Mr.not Brown btilong says to: his"Tuesday depart I 1'1" terian Church Last 1,

evening!\ I 6 o'clock my gunge registered \ ?--. Sunday.
1211 feetwlth, tank running! -
In the early fifties Palatka wag a
I,' Fearnslde Clothing Co. announce arrival of Its over. Near U p. m. I was rung up village of not more than two or three
and notllled of tha fire. I had the handled people. About those times,
J 'I \ pumps running In six minuteR, with nearly the whole of what now constitutes 't' Christmas t is Comingand :
Superb Stock of Suits W) lha of steam and 22 Inch vaouum.In our city was owned by the :,
? a few minutes the steam was up late \Mr. H. K. Itlanohurcl, husband t ,
to 1)(1() with the needle playing at 1GU, of our mother In Israel and father of Christmas.Goods too.
: which means tank running over, two of our present member. He it' our coming,
For XVIen and
__ Boys. with a pressure of 5(1( Ibs to the disposed of this property for t WK) end We will have lots of them )
'\ square inch. This was kept up untilI thought; he was making a good sale. 'I
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( Elegant in Pattern Design and Finish people.
was rung olf. I know there are In this small village\ no man, possibly ') JIi'
; many who would come to the conclusion occupied a larger; place in the
\ s The KIRSCHBAUM SUITS for Men the trouble was at the station esteem and affection of the people Dress Goods Shoes Millinery '
,.and the boy. would naturally than did the late Judge Wm. A. For. ) ,
are Hand Made. They are the embodi- say, What 1 Is that old cuss about that ward. We use the term advisedly
ment of the up-to-date styles. he don't give us the pressure?' but when we say he was sort of universal Hats Caps Etc. 1'1
the trouble was not at the
engine bishop in the community.With it) ,
house nor will it; ever be without a this servant of God at Its
reasonable excuse. I have been here head, its superintendent an Inter- A.!!I New goods coming day and

The Jane Suits over the city two of months Palatka and well intend as my giving employes denominational' in the!Sabbath:: old court school house wasconduted I.t prices will be low. Get every a few of our W

Hopkins look. ,' a square deal. I am here to' which stood on the lot now occupied ;t; rebate tickets} and secure a nice present '
after the pressure and to see by the cigar factory. Representing I'
that everything at the pumping station the Methodist constituency the it for Christmas.
For the Boys are all that can be desired in stylish, Is kept clean In and around the mother of our present Lucas family s )i Ji1
water supply and I will do my was a faithful teacher., v/ ,
wearable materials.Our iL work rlgh t. The fault of lack of water Representing the Episcopalians, Ulllles TrlKH us Kan in eer.
at the tire was not mine." we would mention Misses Gertrude :
counters Full of New Goods and the
are now Asks and Emma Bronson as earnest and i1
Fall business is already on atTho New Franchise. active workers. Don't forget our Christmas Goodswhen
_JA special meeting of the city council The testimony of these pupils Is .
was held on Wednesday night to that they loved Judge Forward. Ha l' oat shopping. Yours,
( I consider the application for a new was an affectionate thoughtful!\ gen
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80-year franchise from the Palatka tie Christian man. The lamented ,
and Heights !Street:: Railway com Rev. K. P. Crane who was so Intimately s/
puny. associated with him as his J T. BON
At &JJ Reliable; : W. P. Craig, president of the company pastor In the early days of the exist: t
Fearnside Co 1 was present at the meeting and ence of this church wrote of him so .
Clothing stores the discrim personally explained Ma purpose.A late as 1887! : "To this day I cannot i''
rough draft of the franchise he think of Judge Forward without a $ Wl
InotInimothcrsicj I asks was read, by the clerk and com tumult of longings." :$' RACKET ..STORE.I. '
forMrjcJzvnettopkinBoyProof I mented on section by section by .,.I.I1 the summer of 1865 this man,
/ members of the board, and finally with J'if'L.LL !
Palatka. Florida. other resident Presbyterians ,,,,,,
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Clothes I the matter of drafting!\ franchise being desirous of the regular services ......_. .__._.-"" ......... '7"7._._._._."._ _.......'"
WRit left to a committee composed of ; of a Presbyterian minister. united In
Aldermen Points. Davis and Invitation ---- --- -- -
--.;: Gay, an to the Rev. Joseph M
who in conference with City Attorney Quarterman of Mt. Vernon Ua., to We take time only to name those SYNOD OF FLORIDA.
Hllburn end Mr. Craig, will supply the mission field of Palntku who have held oHtce in this church
seek to formulate an ordinance that and Orange Spring. This invitationwas with the date of election of each.
A .t( will bo acceptable to the representatives accepted and Mr. Quarterman The ruling elder have been elected Presbyterians Hold Fourteenth .
r- of the olty and company alike. began his labors on the first Sabbath as follows: Annual Session in Palatka.This .
They may not do this, but will\ try. tn November This was the real establishment In I860, Judge Win. A. Forwardand
Mr. Craig proposes a gasoline motor of Presbyterlanlsm In Mr. A. W. CaBselU. ; 1l6! ,Messrs.P. has been Presbyterian week .
Diamonds Watches line to run from the ferry dock Palatka though the church was not P. Kelly, H. If. Forward and Z. Iin Palatka.. The 14th annual session
to Lemon street andout to !Sliver:: formerly organized until Feb. 18, H. Mason; 1870 Mr. Calvin (Hills; of the Florida Synod has been boldIng -
Lake at which polirt; It Is hoped 1(158.( On that date Rev. Dr. J. H. 1873 Messrs. W. F. Forward und S. it. meetings in the Presbyterian
r 1 some one will establish attractive Meyers of St. Augustine acting under J. Quartet-man; 1877, Mr. Jno. T. 'Church and there has been pastors
Jewelry amusement features. the authority of the Presbytery, Dunn; 1878! Messrs. Wm. Ewing: : andA. I and ruling elders here from all parts
The suit of the city to annul the organized the church at thla place '1'. Capon; 1884 Mr. J. W. Mo- of the atate.I' .
old franchise of the street railway with eight members by letter and Laury; 1887 Messrs. Wm. Thompson The week began with the service .
and a 'large line of Silver in new designs both bright and French _ ij company resulted In a verdict for the 1 on profession of faith. Their names C. C. Lancaster and W.Q. Campbell; of !Sunday, which was commemorative ,.
J.J Baking Diab.esBon Bon Dishes, Tea Seta, Tete-a-tote Sets' '" city. Mr. Craig has appealed to the areas follows: Judge Wm. A. Forward 18SI8\) Messrs. H. M. d.. MontmoIIin of the GOth anniversary of the
9" "gray. 9' supreme court. ,Mrs. Mary A. Forward, Mrs. E. and Chna. J. Oarrett; 11)01) Mr. S. P. organization of the Palatka church.
:;it" Fancy Spoons, Cut Olaas and other Gifts to be found in an up-to- W. Quarterman. Mr. A. W. Cassella. Hollnrake; lUOS Mr. S. J. Barstow. These services consisted of an historical -
-date Jewelry storeSMITH, .J!: In Memori&m. Mrs. Mary Ann Devall, Mrs. Sarah This church at present has two address by Rev. L. R. Lynn,
Lash Sunday night November Jane Askew, Mrs. Francis Price and ruling elders, Messrs. H. M. de the pastor, and an address on "Pres-
12th, the soul ot Miss Minnie Boyd Miss Lydia J. Forward. All of these MontmoIIin and S. J. Barstow yterlanlsm"t by Rev. T. P. Hay of
the Jeweler\ departed this life. !She:: wan the eld. have been called to their reward. The records do not Indicate that ([Gainesville\ a former pastor. Then
est daughter of Mrs. M. E. Boyd. .Thesacrament of the Lord's Supper this church had any deacons until there was a celebration of the
Always a devoted daughter and sis was celebrated on April II), I8M! 1870. The elders, as Is proper for Lord's Supper at 8:80: and in>the
ter, she remarkable for her devotion bn that beautiful Lord's day mornIng of at 7:110 "John
Restaurant Palatka Fla. was them in the absence deacons, evening : sermon on .
1 Next'to: Kupperbusoh's to her home. While to a great the following were received Into must have performed, the duties of Knox" by Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.,
extent an Invalid, yet her Infirmities church membership: Mrs. Harriet this office. Deacon were elected as of Bainbridge Ga.
never prevented her from attending C. Blanchard, by letter. and Mrs. follow: On Tuesday morning the regular
/ / mtmti 9' 9' 1' to those duties which make of home \Mary A. Hlokmau \Miss Ruth In 1870 Mr. I.: H. Soloesky; 1878 sessions of the Synod opened contin-
the place above all places on this Blauchard (our present Mrs. Jeffilou) Messrs. 'Vn,. Thompson and irvinghulls uing until Thursday afternoon, when
-- -- - earth. Kind and charitable to all \Miss Mary Devall (Mrs. Bnnet). Miss ; 1887 Messrs. O. M. Jordes, U. final adjournment had. -
with whom she came In contact in Eliza Brown (Mrs. Gray) on profession W. Lansing and F. H Snow; 18UO Thursday evening a reception was 'i"
Let UsFurnish the hearts of many of the citizens of of faith. In July of this. year Messrs.E.: C. Post Robt. L.. Riles and tendered the visiting clergymen and
Palatka Is. left a loving memory, : Miss Eliza Devall was also received II. M.du l\outmollln'lIUJS. Messrs. elders at the beautiful home of Mrs. .
{ ( which can never be effaced. To the I on profession.. Donald Oillls andV.I'. House; 1808 H. A. Gray the same being also attended
your sorrowing mother sister and brotherare The good hand ot our God has been. Messrs. C. I. Rowton W. M. hurryand by the local Presbyterian ,
extended the heartfelt .ympathy upon them and us, In that these all J. Walter Milliard. 'rhese last members and friends. .
; 'Cray Brothers of all, and while all may grieve for remain with us until this day. three constitute our present board of Among the clergymen presentwere
ThanksgivingTurkey. Miss Minnie departed, yet thanks go .Rev. Mr. Quarterman was officially deacons. Revs. J. O. Anderson, D. D., of
up to Ood for manifesting his love to Installed pastor over this church on The membership of the church Is'' Tampa W. 8. Milne of St. Petersburg ;
. us in one whom many learned to Nov. Uth, ISM and died on Mar. :ml), now 117. C.O. Graves of Braldentown, .
( love and admire. A FBIEND. 1808 In his thirtieth year, greatly In this case especially we deem It F. (3. Bailey of B"rtowl Wm. B. Y. oWilkie
I The Leading Grocers of East Florida mourned. altogether proper to say a few wards of Dunedin, J. \W.? Roseboroof
We have fine Womans Fortnightly Club. Judge Forward was appointed to concerning the buildings in which DeLand, W. E. Boggs. D. D., and
( a supply draft suitable resolutions. We quote our people have worshiped all these Paul 1<'. Brown of Jacksonville, W. ,
The Woman's club
Our stock was never more complete than now of them on hand now- held a meeting the Fortnightly form of asocial brief extracts from the same and for years. O. Lindsay, D.D. of Ocala C. H.
!\ two reasons They reveal to us Mr. .For short time Rev. Mr. Quniter- Ferran of Lake City, Thos. P. Hay .
and new goods are arriving weekly.A nice tender, juicy: birds the regular Friday\ business afternoon the at BUO.soolal: After Quarterman and enable us to catch man preached in the court house. A of Gainesville, J. W. Waddell D. D.,
from Tennessee. !; committee :: the spirit of Judge Forward: small log house then stood on the lot of Archer, C. M. Gordon, L.R. Lynn,
the
took'oharge and afternoon
few of our specialties: "Though early called to his reward now occupied by this building. This H, H. Sweets of Louisville Ky., '1'.
to be of the most
Chickens, Eggs, Georgia: proved one enjoyable and to exchange the cross. for tile had been erected by the U. 8. gov- H. Law, D, D of Spartenburg, 8. C-,
in the of the club.
Bacon
I Ferris Hams and Breakfast Home Smoked Hams and Much merriment history WRS.caused by the crown his work was done. 'That ernmeit during the Seminole war for and L. D. Turnbull D. D.. of LexIngton -
Genuine German Dill Pickles, ( other farm effort of each member to decipher a'Mumbled life In }long which answers life's great a powder magazine. The congregation !\ ; Va.Among ;
produce alwayson '
'' end. His uniform and untiring de- rented this building and arranged the visiting ruling elders
) Olives in bulk Pure Olive Oil, hand atPalatka Mrs. Dates proverb.favored after with two which votedness to the cause of the Savior it fo a place of worship. Thus were noted Henry Curtlsa, J W.. .
All the leading brands of Cereals, which us much selections be loved, his constant desire to seek the murltlons! : of war gave place to Mallett. L :E Means, Henry H.
were enJoyed -
very out his duty as a minister of the .the gospel of peace., T>ean. E. W Krayblll A D Cham- ,
Refreshment of chocolate
Vermont Maple Syrup, Produce and cake served after which cross and at any .eU- "cl'ltloe to ful- In 1858, by the aid of friends In berlin, R H Scott. W R 'O'Neal,
New Buckwheat, 1111 the Indies Indulged wore In fill It, his Christian meekness and Liberty county, Ua.. and the Ladies and H. M. de Montm l1ln.
merry game -that loveliest which this house It that the
Company of "A Idea." Altogether the humility grace Aid Society in Palatka was greatly\ regretted
Graham, afternoon Bright and shone so brightly tn his character- and lot occupied by It were purchased moderator Rev. B. L. Baker of Montloello -
Whole Wheat and Rye Flours, also { Larive's old stand will bn long was remembered a very happy by one those all seemed to give him en experience by the church. And from time to could not be present owing to
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beyond his yeats. A. n minister of time various sums were expendedupon Illness. Rev. Dr. Boggs was elected ,1
It full of fun and
Plllsbury's Gold Medal, I. Palatka, Fla. presunt mirth. for WON PRESS REPORTER. the cross be 'preached unto us Jesus,' the old magazine; In order to moderator and Rev. Win U. Y. Wil-

Obelisk and other ----------'-- --_ __ _____ __ n __ ____________ and O, how earnestly. In the vuiy Improve it. But this building was kle was elected stated clerk. /
tone of his voice and expression of far too small for the Increased con The opening sermon was preached ?
Brands of his face when he entered the putplt, gregation. by Rev. Henry H. Sweets of the Synod ,
.... Flour. { iist l one could almost see the moving of About 1880! Mr. Robert Lennox of Kentucky.
I that spirit who had come down lo Kennedy of New York, belonging to At the session on Wednesday even
I of Imported Delicaciesever him m answer to prn-jer. But ve a family of munificent giver for log Rev. Dr. J. O. Anderson of Tampa -,
Also the largest variety HolidayShopping love to look back to hU pastoral vi,.. good causes, built a new house for and Rev. J. W. Roseboro of De. ,
brought to Palatka. its. With him the chnrm of doing a the congregation at nn expenditureof Land delivered addresses In the Interests -
good act was broken as soon a. it wiis about $10OOO, including furnish of the synodloal evangelistic. r
made known." ing., clock and communion service. work.
STORES \ With such a man the church had a Among those present at the dedicatory Only about one-half of the members _
BOTH good be ;tuning. service of this church was our of the synod were present at the
( Rev-K.' O. Frldrson supplied" the Bro. Dodge who i. with us to-day. meeting.Of .
church a part of the year followingRev. !"- This building was. destroyed by special Interest to Valatka people ,'
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End. I E. P. Crane took charge a>inlprencITtHl fire In the great conflagration of 1884. willl be the historical sketch of _
Lemon Street. The West I first on No,. 20, %Il>, amid! Mr. Kennedy rebuilt the church as it the Palatka. Presbyterian church by .
continued until the civil war dispersed now stands.. And I doubt not but Re.". L. R. Lynn published in this u
I PALATKA. FLORIDA '. flade Easy. the Inhabitants. He itl.l; the very architecture of this building paper. _
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{ served at the little church at Orango Is an index to. the character of the
Creek and after the lestoratlon if doner.
peace supplied this church at Inter- ..4'he pulpit of our church has been Going To Detroit., .

__ vals. His last visit and servico graced by some of the greatest men Mr. and Mrs. John T. Griffin will\ _
ra g aa au u mmmmmmmmmmmaummmmma aaaaaauuB among us was in the spring of lUOt) and preachers of the land. Rev.Jno. leave for Detroit Mich., next: Monday -.
... g g ggg g" U uuu He has been gathered to his fatLers. Is!. Waddell. D. D L. L. D.. Dr. T. at which place they will make _
aU In 1871 Rev. B.: O. Robertson was and Dr. Theodore
o Write for x DeWItt Talmage; their future home. Mr. Grlflln has
called. H. died in about one year li. Cuyler have lifted their voice an advantageous business opening .,
\ after taking UP his work. Duringhis here. there in connection with the United
U If Your Boy or Girl aatn 'S tktL/. Our New Catalogue. brief term ef service he greatly A history of the Palatka Presbyterian States Mica Mining and Milling Co.,;

G3 endeared- himself to his people. church would in no way be as state agent for its mica flake lubricant _
Over 100 Revs. Edward Wnrtz B. JL.JUlter complete without atle at a mention of and as that city was Mrs..
i Have, tha reputation for boiug hard on shoes, ::I ,pagesIllustrating of llontloello Dodsou, Burr, the seal fidelity.elf-denyIng efforts Urlmu's former home and the home .
Henry Brown- Patter on.and Dr. and efficiency of the Ladles Aid So of her parent. it has attractions for '
'S perhaps itYbecausa they have not been wearing J. H. Myers subsequently supplied ciety. Many times in erabaressmetit them other than business -,
the church. and distress, the congregation Mr. Griffin I Is the ion of Mr. and
H tha'CURRY ,LANE kind. 1O44 Cotofiw, Itottl ....a. In 1877 Rev. E. II. Brlgg was Installed
LIE / has looked to that society as the human Mrs. Martin Griffin and baa grownto
", home" UfEC Diamonds and continued pastor till near agency that should bring relief. manhood In this city where he Is _
We: have doien of'"rough youngsters LLCE Clocks, the end of 1880. And right nobly baa this organization highly esteemed. His departure k

on our list" who'. wear' our Shoes steadily for six : Rev. W. A. Hendrlcksoo. came done its work. and that of Mrs. Griffin 'will constitute '
S i UlL.I. Silverware Watches next al-svpply. As Is true of every church, this one n. distinct social and buHlnes .
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moutha'without showing a break What we can Rev. Dr. Hajnuel' T. Wilson,became has had Its time when the cbarlot loss to the place and will be the
tlK1C pastor in 1883. Following Dr. Wilson wheels dragged heavily. There have cause of general regrets
Bl: 'do for them we can. do for your boyv. .Platedware, Jewelry, came Rev. Dr. J. B. Dunn. u. supply. been dark days. But behind the .
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Luther
clouds the snn was .tillshining. And
EDWABDS INJCKSJ>>
Hiss W.
Novelties. Dunn. U: seem that to-day the favor of our '
. n OUR .S'Ct OOL-SHOES i Holiday Rev. Wm. S. Wallace became pmHi beaveuly Father Is upon us. Herb W. Edwards of Des Monies, _
tor theTatter part of luuu and continued Iowa got a fall oa an Icy walk: but winter
for about four and 's half his wrist and bruising his
spraining
"re'wortby., your: {Inspection. t: Greenleaf & Crosby Co. year. Notice. ku"" .. "1'he Bent day," b*says .- her: '
III\\] For short time Eev.Thoe.- O. were so sore and stiff I ,WM afraid X ,.
L.LIkk.. MariTTaU served as supply. The Sunday service of the Palatka would have to stay in be'. but t rubbed J
Curry & Lane k.l< 'Jewelers and Importers lte!. Thos. P. Ilav began his Tabors and Rasi-Palatka ,Ferry tin. been them welt with fhan! >berUta'a Fall t'
II: Bltl bere on n..c. 10, 1801 .and continued discontinued until farther notice JBuliu 'and alter' a few applications _
. ; 41 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fin. until April lOOli, wulon wss,I believe By order or the board) of" County soreness -disappeared.. I fee) I bat
$ the longest pastorate the olturoh\ bus commissioner.' this bottle of Pain Balm. saved mev.ssv.-,
Pa1atk'. Florida, Kl Mall Order Rtcelv prompt Attention. ever. had. L. C.; OAHOVA. al days' time, to say nothing of thesuu.; '.
,4 The present pastor began his work Chairman' sr1n.'*- This liniment In for tain bj ______
gi ._ U _I..II ....._ac. __.mrmmmKmBmmRmsm.! J bsr the first Sabbath of June 1 OOII.. Pftlatka.Nov,10th., 1906, Aoksrman-Eitewart! Drug_ Ou.' '' _
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AND ADVERTISER THE COVTRNORSHIP. L..+ ./ak. iAas-cl.as.n1,' oS GmrJ. 0".tara.te

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Entered at tit* Falalka ......ec. ciliZJNia of UK CaJe wtut claeesvnal per- PAINfUL

Ita aa nrtf-"r matter of IIM reu0dIL and polirir-tl: ciiitliasua _.> T1.T.i.i,.
--'- I" s FrMaF a .fli-ar Ha new mienageTS ::.) cut r
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redid banfn.as acbaemnrai ab><* longtotnew'':: :
_01. Life often seems too and ''
Range Business.
qa.stloasMs naUUcaJ bane_ .and The eternal bmngI I
p.JWWMd at Palatka Fla aa Oral! fens from pomfu periods. ,
ua
woc campaign. '
l of ocntbnKMoigrawtn. !!
Fridays byRUSSELL Otna at BUfwlarity .f.o o-'ic it'T.lop asacai entl. down headache: tackaifte. teuconrwn: : ; i u c:.:S. 4 We have rolled up our sleeves \
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I ...knew Uwt the n < tH>o '>f ?
a V CXERS.i ... J rt.TUe. >I'' and sr1"-; :JI' : ::'t'are & and are In to
ii I Dr.:E. CriU'a sage in c a.iMxioawfcfe dizzness5limps: .. going sell more :

i Uw g v mar otp of Flwtfala Its* -a pennfcMuon meyer of for JaeksoaiTUlit tbe pool aDd bas(t billiard .ic-- :,, dreadfuL To make life worth living takeWoman's than ,we have ever done. j i

I -_a .-.. twrt been most kinwty and entbnaiastsea&y ral.a to keep gen on tlumday.Flt..sadidales And as the stoves are Buck's' ;

tveaired day la* peen of tier i iHaU. f :
bare alrendy anaoeusmt -the greatest line :
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i; and that a large ember. at tbe: the
THEIR FATHER'S SONS. I thisamlv for tne *f&crDsrvat of> '
I UmiHng state pa>..n aaajmalidy I ebettdd cauusqr ia ilte pet-' neif@rdui world, -:?nd as we hear nothing

: t Tb .oa of to* a/aa whom Abe* rnden bun far Ibis blab offic It { awry N seat eprt.g.Tb. \ but the most enthusiastic "

i ban Liacaia defeated at Uw p0 ;to the consvnttent ....... of u.pepen .- re+0odebed OwvmpstKKwl, reports from all users :
' -G.a. M cdeUa* 1 ebarrb Wean Falaa Bench will why
ferry yean age at I,
1 ibM. Ids election meld ria<< "
Relief we
i baa recently weahla UWee rnr dBght be uenUnaMd wNb>> apnrwpriat cre' should not feel encouragt1jBuck's ?
1 tbe>> death kneO at ewes tbe Tery sa>*-1 1Kiciaaof 1 l ,
la tfc* ai aodeiry aweuea ant; Sunday have been I
for'r0ra7: \ J built for'I
pact ia rvnda and tbatbe
'f tfa*wort aa4k* .. the fats affairs of state, ander his brainy i W A. Ba..**.... John w. --I It quickly relieves inflammation, purifies and enriches close onto 60 yearsjiow, (59yi
i dta are opposing= easwllia and
E f.-I.. a fain pnt**4eeIW.-a- sad conservative dind.... woald bed li .atnl senate in Lom couatv .lost... .p the Mood, strengthens the constitution to be exact) and if they were

binry of h party. a.t.Ia.-.J .ID u abeettudy -.t Rp t a loaz lebl ..U.1Ie tb. n> at. ; permanently cures all diseased conditions trom) which. not all and everything that
,
tb son ..fAk.am isr'5 ,
T. Lmrala *
Bafcert sad-Ksalftid asaaner that bisancy r.-I' Frank F.....,.. auperiateadent: old weak women suffer.It % claimed for them the ,
LiMeIa.br stmnst disappeared .. of .... M no is oI nvalcawnny bas rejuxnenlowla ; : rehaMe. company
front aabli YkW' eoaAJeaeeia .c"I J
E Hew baa tb* whirtteta, ; : of flaw Mate pulley and brine about parrybannony. l wUI appoint his ...cc. ..iar.Tnenr : At all druggists in $LOO bottles I Exclusive Stove Concern in 't

the cfcanc TW nasa tot .UI b* .... nieraVr eaten|
wionzfet lb.... deco
.at leas ao arms ** this Country. Would ? t
tbem.elvKRobert before> the Unval ctrcnit: mart next "I ua.&C GZEAT1.Y.: they
b. foJkd.the men WBTIX CS A UTTXK
welfare thee '
ceeot.wboplaceth. of ....* while __. War uP.rsdeaabOeedyi.rswtmesaad We would like to
oar eerie I L E. Oeate's< ." have
fist
inheritedlewlf ..
wraea
has .
T. Lineal fiaanmnm n.Bfldr.ta saint! you '
bole stale above the maeakath ee mun. and on* --reo"""""., bring S..C ."atwl.awttdyMs''tH.Qndle. .
I any of tb* personal traits ofhu at tbe desimtaMC fewTbe \:etkarziMl with daM crime. We wd tredbvattra. ,de. d vww.CJ'!dr. bet rtes bst hftiIf"CaI- call and see this great line.KENHERLY ;

{PI Iios. fatherIf Abraham Florid Tisnta-ITaiea of 1st;: LLaaklord... a while wowtsrider plat eYd n.-.k.s:_ Athnc a.6eI poe se waieetd. lead.eat spa
;
n
Lincoln was a plebeian. lIMa :Robert Monday saySenator : I'of WIHwood staned n roach boew! A.inyDq.lbee ..mme 1mm.lawhonkehaa1bolelee.JIaL1mo HARDWARECOMPANY.
.
U """ t* aa aristocrat. Certainly CriU of Patnasn at.aad, 1 oa tb* streets of Orals tfarantay O.. Chs"ats 5,".T_ be a but-
.fpersonality '...at sad Ibe! pellet bad tu stases ,
bat
**. tat* BO & oat like a brilliant our in tbe aaittf-
i that appeal the plain cal morning. Jt ts tbkc clavus of oar.we him la order u mak.H.. I -- :
I died ) .
want in pabile life In Florida oa iosday.Mine -. t --=. ;
p...Ie. HeUberitafrotahlsmotber.IB who will clean oat tae be....aDd tbe : saeaaOxiata and ferty Uxbler* i ihave .
the campaign of UM Robert rafter* i been pnrccaMd for the work of I to-r New Ooods. ;' ..;:::: :Putn: eI'I \ armac == ;

Lincoln was bated fee a few ean- Thia is the main point now beiacenspbaalxed ibe Key West extremes of the Flat t A Paintmade PALATK1C. FLORIDA" !

p.ippMCMs to seen of the nil- by .... other state pay :... East Otast Railway sad the fleet ;t ChemIcals Druggist Sundries I a
Date cities where Uw great Lincoln '.is now on ita way to the seen .< activity. 1. -1'
I daily..ewsad :
Tb company already baatweaty We are receiving ; Patents.
bad practiced law. Tb older pee The Xews deems t* state that Inbriaglng si. aJdltsoaal lif>iers oa IbeFlorida to sell well Kr.**>> Urocnof all OARICFULJ..Y CO..OUND..D. .
t pl* especially Boeked I* see aad Dr. CrOTa aaaae before tb*' ....L kindV* hare Mt:* mast PRESCRIPTIONS '
him. ewa>['-td* ..c-1L.f:Sew Ooo"Uin \ OIXDEX SMB.A. awe. Oa115r7 sa am.blp
bear-B bTLineola. They met people some two weeks a#*. it did sowltboat ail! aedonbtetBy have In* must be made towear the fu-StowEtt.line than we :-;: .

:: One was enoujrh. Tbey heard him. .... kaowWdr*.or sawpfeioaen bears*loarisB busiaesw ia i>a history nave vr bad: -
There... nothiax .. feature pose the present winter. Every trainand well. JlEJUUL1.i'i'
his part that It lalemted dotes so. Dried and Evaporated WILSON.p OEO. E. WELCH.TB.
.
is Fancy E.
every Clyde .hlp eateria to*
or word. to runted them of the mar- .Neither dW the News by dower d.<. stat crowded with pa*.ewxr* th'JI'DDd Fruits. aatD sai. .Vic Paastnm. CiSBIll aTx

tyr pr .t.HsL Tb disappointment ;Jga.or otKeiaise, seek te iatrodaceilscandidjcy. -" Ute volume lacre with I Our

was painf aad siae that time Lincoln Bat tbe ca venation the iars.. Tbns far this season the Best brands of of Canned Goodsconsisting Putnam National BankO

,. has dropped oat of politic circle tram lourisi bastneiM is fully 91 per rat sales on .
among a P"Mpofua..I..teen heavier than. for the sam period Lot Fruit: "Vegetable, bleb. Meats '
*. B. may be aa excellent man all parts of tbe state. did take place t year.HodgeskO'Hare. Etc. Palatka.

bat it seems to be-fiaiafal for him ... word, f I' .
.b5taaliaUy..cwd'ew as repotted I bar sU. theirsaw crreala.Breakfast boos EatireWheat ;
mix with the common peopI.'tIl.dr .. ia this paper and the News.deairing mill property at Silver Spring i SleEiQ-YflhIiQl Flow Graham Flour ........ldl the accoanta ol the. people' throughout Putnam Cbuaty. srfl teidn all }

( because be wa* It*son of to pay tribute to one tnctb with several IIM -'>4 acne the eourt esa aad seoomnxxlMtoos eoosiateat wtth good Bmnklnn. \
MT.a.*.
bis father Robert Lincoln bad a seal of timber. Web this. also west the Yellow Corn
of rablest and Barest stalesmen
nod umber. land of O Hsra A Ru* tl I Paint Coffees. and SpicesDuller -
; la tb* ca.biAct..o presidents gladly gave paWiciiy to Ibebfcrfaly aod.k...t Sons. D._&*rla.c. ail and

wa made minister to England. H. enlogistic terms with which. told. n>.aay taaasaads oj acre. Tb I c.C..licn.--. ATLANTIC COASTLINETheGreatThroughCar

I bad every ehane become. pope!.[. tile idea of bis JI'OI'.ibly candidacy; property was sold to Baltimore and this season
...._10 and the and Cakes.
It tbouxbt bla name would parties price paid
was one was received by aa InteUijent a class I
for all the property is reported a* u.S..IdC'n.. BreakfastP
land *cc od Lincoln la the WhUeHouse. of men as .is contained in the state RrMUfeCTBofIcof amounts to over .
, f n. txaosax Pigs Feet Line From Florida 1
Bd be utterly lacked tbe i cad who, from the very eaters ol and
tbe Live Oak Daily Best Sew: Florida
i ability to provoke entbasiasm.On their calling are able to detect s and Weekly Ifeamcrat. one of the. fifteen tons Maple Syrup. ".

if the other band.. yoaeg M.yofMeCUUan trowing state sentiment and Toil best newspapers ia the stale waaourned CONNECTIONS

Ii te coming to the front la It .in tnlellinat manner. u.. tb* ground at 2 o'clock which is 30,000 and everything esaally kept : .

tile esteem of the people. Like bb It is a long time before tbe people Monday: oOdl'1 mauls eotailine a lo... of in a anc-cta- Grocery store. Totbe TII& ATLANTIC: COAST LINE, Tin Charleston '
HiOM.- one-bait of which pounds.Xter's CaUaad see ns. will be surprisedto East
Jf-
taaber the eminent geeefal, MayerIeC7eILan will begin making n new goTernor.bet }
was covered by Insarsace. The ort- tied that we sell best quality atsacta Richmond. and Washington.
: te a flaa orjmniMT, a tacticiaa la the sentiment expnted by gut; of the Ore is ...k...... TbeIpaperwill low' prices --I

and a rood mixer. In bH the Tunea-Caloa of last week, the be-iMUed from tb* offic .
apt with Tammaar two year*840 name of areaflydmrrbgwan will |of the Live Oak Crescent. Tb A&kermnn.8& [ YrnnDru L. C. STEPHENS To V/OCjf I I The Loui"'lla N'aeh..me..ia Montgomery. f..
Democrat launched about
it waa demooatrated that be In Dot keep and pt...... strength with the I I two Daily weeks. aso..I.b"was O. L* Foott- the 11 COl \r The Mobile: Ohio R. R. va Montgomery t

laeklox; In moral flber aad backbone de'.. 1 **. .Ute city editor of the TScn *- Tlpo ",

, Tttia year be bad Tammany* tap- I'nlon as news editor. co rnw llJ. Kliby and. korrts Sts. Fa tka. Ha Totbe I Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for )?

o The. gnat FloriJa State Fair opened Bast New York, Philadelphia,Boetoo. !

, Both there men bad a jrreat Wrlbri REMEMBERSHIS CREATOR.j at Tampa oa Wednesday with amewedbreaking IL tarathaSLa7. -.oLd.L 80.50.as } Via; Norfolk and Steamer for N.Y., Wash, Bait.

, fat In the repablic. Uncolal wa tendance. in spiteof Sale-l'.rlo* re. i Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transpor-
The Tree Democrat eonftaa totbe '
the greater opporMaity. Be .... enlertaiameat, ..n:lingering hope care which of.owing-everybody: the systematic was well taken work Imete see......-.w awal.rwla..r 6. lOPfR IW I CO Via Steamship J tattoo Company for Baltimore: and Phila. j

had bt ebaace aad baa. failed to win carried on fey the Bureau of Informa U. r.aw.4 r.r'lae.a..fla '
tbat. In cottseaaene, of the aawer004 i W trsa..W W ee ... .. i
more than !Sp< and convincing di ck or in this regard through the fair.Governor s..eseL _T_ W.e..ea: I"
may do remain to be ieav daring tbe recent session of the legislature -, Bro..anI.ca..cl the I 'lane ......4y a rata a. w tees.tea's Fire Insurance: \ OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP co. i
., w4
e. r etsro.ea
-- and .1........ concerning the i opening exercise*..asaKted by many r tau' t-- r 4..1.0. nil d useers
THE YOUNG PREACHER. positive connection of Jenaing and. I of the prominent men of Florida and f. .e eme w .A. eobo esa Leading: Ameriean and Foreign e e 1 7Iotewbanirble
otl.T slat**. Feature of the dayfwere !tees a tM sea 4.Im a SIL n mileage" tickets good' over ISjOOO saliva of the principal railway ,
Dr.Lmaa
i In an addraa Ut cpria some of the members of tl admiaivtntion two grand: ...fad.. in the morn-J-----.q"--err lesuMF meas. m Compuai or the.ouUMraS al .are on....1>; Ot.principal/ amats.TbnMgti ;
Abbott took oecaalon to with Instaacea of nalawfaldisposUIon log, and grand reception and baauet -![==e1. Os 5F.4 ,:. ...... .::. OIL Pallniaa Sleeper. Port Tunp to >.* York, via AUantlfl Eut CouttI..a

warn 70003 men to May oat of tbemiabtry of public fond, and attempts <| to the .._paf"l'l'' editor aailecUUIors ' U they feared: any of tae*. to acquire unlawful gain ; of F1c>rids..W. at the I e-rrra tor W 5150.al..s." : complete Information call oa E. P. Jaekson. Ticket_to or add,""
t ... '. famous Tampa Bay HoteL Over aJ1 W Trnr.r ,._I. _.._w...tap" For nrMrvauoas sad lafona....... apply' to 1f-8 Atiaatie O mat Line or write:
Small condoct of Ibe bur
confTrfatioaa POerty from the .tal. '
things: VT.
eountie are represented by exhibits teee.I& IL I. h---
The Travelers of Hartford rRASK C. BOTLSTOS. Dist. Pass Agent. W.STAKKTraTUng Past AfttI3H
the tongue of gossip ineea daring. tbe Jennings; regime. at tips fair n larger number tnaa'have .enat_I.ncnl.eaaa CL.np.XAM.w W_ Bay ..--. Astor BalMInc.aeksoatUle.. FlorIda.

i It all depend If. yooa; man Qoveroor Broward would b* convinced ever been represented at a _, I' H. U. EM EKSOX.Tnffla Manager W.J 4 CBAIO. General rasseoger Agent.

: desires to be a pnaeber became be of the Indiscretion of maintaining southern stat fair before. ; -"Od.M gie lS p_r.1tOrsy ....- Life Insurance: ..Umb0I.r0&fae...

waata to practice ocatory. ,or to make familiar and confidential relations The bone races at the big Tampa 1 i -- -- -- f
t be. and fair begin Monday, and th* racing I FOR SALE-Bli keaad.tfrwriter. tn--' I
money or to evade responsibility with tile guilty ones. The Old Reliable "Uermania
will. b*the fastest ever seen in the. la rood order. Cheap 'IOaddn
would better oat of the paJ lt.. would eat loose.** andd "nonne* WHEN YOU WANT '1.r 1.
May
1 1I southOver a <) horse*arc now ..A. H. U. leas.Q e.
"I Bat If the echo of that cry Woe: each wrong; doing as lee Governor tered at the rac track many Life" of New York Study at Horns ,

.la mo If I preach not the gospel d of the whole people" Instead of condoning from Ibe northern stales to q.-\\ WANTEDO.1iaw4iw.Tx9's; will Furniture, latttags,

Christ" ring In hi. coal and be or ignoring He has certainly on the the winter.race program lose bat, such fast soy cash. for same f. a b. Palalk.. Marine Insurance: Oil Cloths!! Linoliams Rags near. ...;.'.e. .. ::..... -. r '

baa. ability ... need fear neither a bad presented to bIrD sofil- :2a1.pan.2W: trot, free-for-all node Write me. S. S. HAFKB. laWk.. ---ea./d l.
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....n hearing nor lack of support cleat evidence to justify him ia saebWitb others similarly fast being arranged The Leadimsr CompaniesAll Art Square* or Window : m c.e...., ae..r -- .1

nor frie da. a_f'M. for. Tampa la the. only city in the FLORAHOME. --r-;: :"_ ::=::J it ;
i I sooth flUInc races of this class dor- Shades consultR. .. ... ..... .. .
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: It stems to na that never In the the single exception: tbe ins the present year. Among the Claims Promptly _, _, : .,:or--;:

history of the pnlplt baa there been continued attempt at graft on tbe .. horse. at the mst is William )(r. and Mr. Whitney bare returned S. MOONEY. dwwt.rlgYn*.r ,

" a greater call la the United Scales. part of tile cute printer we know of McKIoley. brought with a lair from Miebrfaa. where they Settled. .

for a preacher with a mesaag H. no cause to accuse the present administration string from Chicago. Win. Me Kinlev -I spent tb* summer:months.Mr. .. Ws carry'a big line of tbeae goods and

;, that can satisfy 10._ bean bang of unlawful. practice*. will. baring not be allowed a mile record to eater of In:laM'i tbemralar : and Jfra. Ball bav returned. oas-m Frost 8t. Pasrsu: rw are nuking exceedingly low Drieea now. European '- Restaurant ,

with bread and 1rltaaII' such .. characterised the leanings from Wisconsin where they went tobury
spirttaal will b
E I' race*,but *seat against(. ttrs. Bull's f..ber.r. Bowen.Mr. Undertaking anil Embalming.
thirst with the water of life need a4m1. ttatJoa. W* sincerely hope rim.with rennin?max**. It Is *v-1 j jI
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I, not hesitate. nor fear to preacb. The that there will never be such __ I peered; that. be will come .near. ''I O.IL E-I.tr" aw at Cedar DeliciousBon Furnished Roooms. i
l two-miauie mark owlas to lb. tb"l Key, where b* to ia tbe employ *f
; crowds will flock to him. The problem If there sbonkl be. The Tm Democrat eoadilloa of the track ; I the Tilghmaa Lumber (,.... ilr- Special Master's!! Sale. Hot and: Cold Baths l lAt

I'; of salary will be solred. And may be confidently relied upon Ewing .leavea this next: .week.. BonsanJ U1lDaa..l. aame4aareha. s tad 4.ee. a
e detraction and criticism will falL to do alt its to and debounce i .4. w "Jeklaf::: .
I power expose POINTED PARAGRAPHS. | )fLoe Zella Jain, one of PaUtka t.a J.T.sUie.Jade* ntui eb
_
I ..... for' Ibe gossip tbe strong man any and every lastane of I'public school teacher,spent Sunday u..rna-.>iaa.Court I*Is. .&...*.mM ...a _Cwsw: pr4laa. Platte.r Chas Kupperbuscji'sPalatka ]

J pore In motive and In life, will throw wrong-doing, .. we have already Tbe pradent man ofwns bla eyes aadshats !with her parents her. ChocolatesAll ..cku. .-rr......... M I luuua >.Ba..r. a so,

I : off the darts of malice directed done, and expect to continue to do. ....ssanOLTreat Dr.Sblppret has leased the Calkin ..." OtmpUtMaw.--......Lad...x..enarlo rkartac W.tt.rte-'ha.al1.N SO.w Fla. .:.

, agalast him .. the great geyser with respect to tbe Jennings crowd.TsllsbssseoTnte every oae as though you expected : place sad will do same farming. Hoxs-Hade Candies .-U *4 poMle _...>.. tar _.4 M UK tau.
.. .
i him to some day lie atem7. 4..0 l Li."c*""" l r i throws off the pebbles. throws Democrat. your Mrs. Joan of High Springs baa Only. r lee.o.U.ea eye bocailnr i. l
< I rented Mr. farm. Something new I'-r0. 4.0.1 o. I..l ho na kwltta. imrnffiJust
It. - - Knight's
t against 4.7,' SL,
e.ll..lat awes 4 Miwto o<
If tkei la hi the nsacertbrow =
The preacher. of rtgboou.oeeewla Last Saturday tbe Jacksonville a doc Mr. Canaan and family left for Added Mod W Wr:w4 rmn ikmot:IK
ooesnt a a
him lie betaaftbere. R
eat. Ihs -..
make ....mI.... He ouzfat to. Metropolis appeared aa a :St-pege Stark 'last week. Every day p.rn.elf*Jftort.l ,to.wn7B ty received

proof of bla mission paper printed on Its new sad fast Mr. and it Bras hare returned .. Threw fa ukd.wrfWa4S': Wo Lb. .
They are part Are as active la payinc a MB n !C ax. P..re4
yon .Mjurt
i Ifrlngtarxetaof' the..re_ of bis ,three-deck. straight-line press,! yon owe as you are .to ceUertiBC a WO from San. ., where they moved n L. }l. SMITH, .bra.,..,s>> k..., .is.4 a>lot.u>TkiWiltaC oc tu*.,. T.satr sees-u New :.;
the fastest and enetitestFrew little over a
aim. : probably dr yet I year ago. tars at.r...- twos emIL at a.a4e Twnur-1lir (lag lie. t
And he will make friends. He in the_.... This press will It It were not foe the. fart that mat Mr. Daviee. and f..lly..pr- t0..-..rd alb all."" .......Ier. ... rlray IaIt. -

ought to. H. will. And be will I print either a four six eight tea or people bit too mach lmUsisr therewouldn't ; tog tb.:Stocking plac '-sad.-au app.rOo.ae.s...--.1 Ishtar popm.y Uo._ .Crop

J be proud of thembecaose lIMy are ;twelve page: paper at the rate ei.I'N k*mark as for costa Wednesday, Nov. 1st. the.........f -- -- ..ue sal =:b Sate ibe bda palebwe, ...r, l a-=-".t 1

friends God / JO aa boor. The machinery was Too can frt op quarrel, but win' Ftorahom surprised Mr Simons, ... Kota Garden :

;. set la motion last Saturday by Mayor you be say better 04 after you ban' it being her birthday. A moat enoyaM 5000 TELEGRAPHERS JI'OOa WALTOX.:!
who Is .
strooIn
Tbe yoaog preacher t ) time. wan bad by aiL a. .. Special a'r' ,j,
fil I ; the faith of bU ministry seed Geonce )f. NoJao. and that day's Issue quamfad so atrcely tbat pears win lieabid I NEEDED nnawkw Couplr.aaY: CwrL
Tb ladiesf the church are havingtb pWlba. ..xor Seeds };
the of the paper was particularly' Interesting WA s4.ISO
fear nothing. And be occupies lit... building la tu e.ftpai.... ..
It to for to *evcaatoaaBy r 5815.__
a poS: plaa a woman ; a M tab
it went Into tbe arwb7f
ground eartb as history ed and ia for to ,)
blgbeat vantage oa put shape library"
IK her hatband ban his coca. au
He ia legate of the sklea.Altogether .. of printing presses la Jacksonville way without civtax bin a look teat Mr. Vd."'" *has returned from a '" r.aneu oewwoum AdnilnUtratorVXotlre.Order For the r1

too men sad shows that the city's growth suit to forth Dakota _0 hereby des.lb.t atl
many young wffl take the pleasant taste out.-Atehlaoo Learn mo.ur area
.. though fast aDd oa solid lines has. Telegraphy u. Ir.tLuar.lTUdyaap.,{, Planting I
t enter tile ministry as n mere profession Globs Mr. Job. Welnzart b building acwt &.D. Ion, Iwill apply 051s ebUaty Fall ;
\ would the law.medicine hardly kept pace with tbe newspaper Ullle eott g. on tb. orchard AND R. R. ACCOUNTING.Tfc. I......ao...". ,1ait4a. tor a..... J..sc..UI m
,as they isrroa ......._ af'' .... ..- ..
industry aa exemplified by tb. Metropolis tract.: b rpra.L s.ib.opwrwt- aM Jaw. ,
, or an editorship. The San was the tint paper tomention .ft' tr.4ar la_. o ses_are a aa4.'urea J. :H tl d" p'lt: =, ='M.r. C\iy\ Drug Store r t
and Times-Colon. TIM News .
.N Ia.se.e --
Tbe preacher sboald first baremessage. a Dr. criB of Palatka for H. CHeBoway. Ia grinding caa YSOrr.pb a..ess I" Twtru4ya00ab.r.A.0..O4L
.. u.llF4a
would be remiss In Its public duty Joverar.and Its leasoa for so doing Ibis week. T.a neat ausw ss. .a kanee ebIa.tartar.d oa.l"apes 5_ /

did It not call attention to tbo .._- was heinous the editor ..-confident Mr.Wberrel la raapytas; bU boas .......w a new aa4 ...nwy ..-m for Publication.ru .
h* was eminently fitted for tb* bfehhonor fwns LImseatataorm pyre nor NI 'k
derfal spirit of eot.rprto.exbibited IB lowa..Mis r s5 a .. Poe,. IS
e.0 a eb T1Ia crllC1."n''COt"It'I'.
By an order recently promulgated as any man In the stat. lie sense Kooky StARTS 1111II."I.U.
by the president of tbe state naive by tbe proprietors of the Jacksonville baa shows hia ability.... then Is n* tepee baa rented" the Stets ..r r-re.se a.0t3 assati mex..a..r aarmMrley...-.- Ix 1'IbCCITI PNa\Caay.ptT5AO WVSTT >tuj>jifBdltoe ,SANDS Bfl0 I't..,

l which members Metropolis, of which the new doubt of bk* a.-ty.r l.yalrr I* hare plae aud. will rats chicken .. few....
.. .itytherule requires 11M.... Interest* of Florida for market.A ----"u.. stets -- .E.ec\.IClJ.. ,.
.. achievement.
,- press a crowning e.r rea so-oat. ne.wsg ..,.,....rear "' .
of the football team IhkMp Y7<1( -
np
F" ... OaiaesTillc Hun. sex teirla ear..... Le.m .... II and
some f.
-- -S daughter' of Mr Brownie arrived .ar .ppmn.4 b7 as-e.a de ....
to
SUPPlies
their dasaea is to be _'orcH. 1 la.r-d m0. or.kwu_ b.. led. Dealer la Electrical
with It th. Xews -.. tovouch Ibe shesw_ .... .
t flOO Reward SIOO.IM elves from Kansas F 4a.1aat.The -O.. laMp. Batteries.. I'autkilags : :
_
ytbs da.utsatlb Ins'" '".
.a
. Of coarse it Jarred those members vt for the correctaea of SWaaiorand Tfc. Yam Sc&acl of name-rda Ug&w
Farmer assodatloa mt Telegraph -'". wind foe'Electric ,:
recertly -
"Be"".e.v it _woo I. ph- w
the team who bad looked upon foolban --ors Nr r r Yr eM d.at.- ( Editor) UcCreryl* c.af_,. at Ibe school. 'ho***. It provm t-. .- _.'.1''. -eewry..h.1lb's'nskea.M..... ... Nessa PALATKA. FLA.. :'
proficiency as the leading refl -rms..s .. ever W e.. 5oMa.- .... IN S.1 --- -
<< latereatlas meetingThe -" ..
seconding snen a seawflmotion a most IbsOIMov .... '
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ri.n. tr.rtbc ;apjA. Is IM.tme r oj
fl for successful college spaW nose r. next uMctlns will b* devoted to dfearotsslnir raa.a..a. 1'- Has rOr .......Ca& ..... ... .. spa. .. ,,
qairemeot -._esli M s. I._ L.Merles. tb* Ftdatla: News feels that there I* ord taw sbd..a. lrb.eWtT lisle .._ 'JI.retry. seas ewes U to.. '.". lt ?
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.amlaI .e-.I- Csaes. bomoe _s.U for oae qedreaiam.with The lull-. have been Invited to attend rbaNF I e. I.0uI ah.dua M W family to master a of tea
_'. r-nwo eat. r Ia.e ..& with $ehl. -at Santiago.It Nest 504 legalled I. 0 spp.er==and s5lee. :E.a4lb4. display tklstww
w0.r 4-----' .pe .. they an som of tb moste.ee.odet old sees '. SO. 7, 'I..repapll. lit
I I The Jacksonville Bar asaoeiatloareaolatlona _rare oC r. elms r..y 4.sore. ...- believe. then. I* honor enough latb poultry' raisers. Mr*. A. B. E. DOUGLASS .lb..Sib sikwn0as 47 N 1)sn.s.r) .0. ill.d.n. .":'.. : -... six: )totno and tears Rebook bow< at-7" a 1 ga. .
Ise 1r War a ar 1m. al.w sees
u. paned protesting ,..r.-.4.. lOP -..., .. ....1 name *f CriU t* reflect glory W. Tucker baa some Plymouth Ii0by_-...___. wulF .. ... M lady gq...,... pl.garby, aad
far Osteopathic on t. m
r Rocks that era worth travebos for0r4lr "IM
apbaet the meaner la which the 0ea.ea..rm. r *CC upon .... satire preas of tb* stale.aad Physician, l.s.. .--.1IfI I.pub. a'--J.' '
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state. printer has Issnirt. volume44 off ._ else jive every motbefs son.1 as a atas eeH t' .... --. _u.. '
_, -11 bb M e..ese Rector baa bin place n -- -- walr >lay : OofDpaIIlol1
Mln** w.< ova on t;8A'i'.S..rA !'..-
f tbe supreme coot reports aDd culling nr..a.a.rr f ell tg .f satisfaction. saeb a* can pumpkin wine 1 thirty-aim. steps L1sN.Iitse se.. 5e.es. J1y ..... ,,:=e.r.s.d ssd.n.W .ttbmWotl15..q .,..Jrtia&.f-.UU.'I ) ...hlo, Pia. ,

em the aatborltlea to remedy the sunn ST t i J.CuINZTOOT4.l.0a,4>< ,n oely cotn from a know led- f*af dary assess sad baa w Ibis TinaUt largrapumpuina edwttaou*cIre :.. n-" team tll- a':: r ...1tIiL &floe ,)htbod1d perTic -' f.

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Orange j __ I FOOTPRINTS .
Another
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II' I IN THE SNOWy

II Box !I M I The street gas lamps were lit for -.- .. The Best Route to .
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J.i' Load of New Shoes'Iroot
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first time last Saturday( night i

CltnsCENT CITY.Is and thoee of them that would burn (Copyright 1906, by p C Hutment Ii
.. There had been no less tnnn thirty -&) from the factory. This Macon Atlanta Columbus, ,
I Ia one of the most beautiful gave a brilliant light. Some would ,
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ina' J .. locations.Florida. Tourists not burn owing to the amount of six thefts and burglaries In the eastern happens every few weeks. Men

will find Ib M Ideal spot to air In the main pipes. All are working suburb of the city all evidently by tho say to us, why what In the world Americus Birmingham, Valdosta,

!:: .. t.I spend the winter or poos a few same bund and yet the police bud. do you do with all.the Oboes and ,
well now and add much to the
Grain f fFertilizer R days of keen delight. not found the culprit. Trunks you got In? We sell them
v The town Is on Crescent Lake attractiveness Central Avenue at and Northern Points
:, ; I RIA (an arm of the St. Johns River) night. I \know that the police worked bard and got from tl,00 to $4.00 per Montgomery I

.' :... :g and Is 100 miles by water and on this case, and that every seeming pair for men's shoes, and $100 to J

II //.t-, n 77 miles by rail from Jackson- Fire at an early hour last Thursday clew was carefully followed and that | $3.CO per pair for ladles' and from Two Trains Dally.Northbound.

'J '"I 1-t:an4theb' ;,(J'j<': _( vme. morning destroyed the barn of they let a boy fifteen years old take all 85o to *2.00 per pair for boys' andgina' <

'\" .;. ,. _' IBestZ The aU day river ride on the U. Joseph Braddock between this the credit away from them was not shoes. : :
PJ ; steamer Orescent 'from Jack Leave Palatka, No. !a, 6OOa m: No. 10. 8:50 p m. 3kl
place and Huntlngton. :Within the fault. I that boy. and that
!:: $: ': ): '.' I sonville to Crescent City, Is one their was You should.see our men's dark: < Arrive Palatka Southbound No. 1, 9:60 p en.
barn was several tons of which I solved the mystery was owing to .. .
; hay
'" ", of the delightful experiences of blue serge suits for tlO 00. The is i N o.LO. 10:60 a m. -:
rot was also lost. Some chickens and luck. The crimes began about the
Florida travel. The steamer a that send leaflets with
Line f,;::: .
l:: / every Tuesday Thursday and loss Is quite a heavy one on Mr. no attention until about tjja 1st of No
:::1'', fi Saturday reaching Cresoent vember. Then I hnppemM to be talking :- lees than $12.50 per suit.

g Fresh ; .,.:{:,:,!.(,,., '" Olty at 6 p. m. -ibis' trip i Is. the Braddook. The origin of the fire Is I, with a maD who had bud his. push Don't forget that wears the solo Schedules given above are subjeotlto:ohange without notice and th. -

'".,''tt.,...'.. .: !r.J II only daylight ride up the broad unknown... cnrt stolen. This, In fact was at the agents for Sweet Orr Overalls and time of arrival and departure of trains is not guaranteed. f. I
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1Fanc and picturesque St. Johns. Hon. and Mrs. Edwin Gilbert are beginning of the thefts. lid mentioned ShIrts for Orescent City. Fresh"( Through Pullman oars from Tlfton to Atlanta, Chattanooga Nashville

.t: : The steamer has pretty cabins more than likely to come down this that the tire of one of the wheels bad lot Juat In. St Louis and Chicago all-the-year-rouud, Elegant sleeping cars between .
and otters! a delightful outlook -
been with wire to tighten It. Valdosta and Maoon.
n : even In stormy weather. winter In which event they will wrapped

g Groceries : RC'I Orescent City Is the center of stop at the Southfleld Hotel.. Mr. On the nIght' of tho talk another CONE Handsome Parlor Cars In service on Trains No. 1 and 8 between Maoon Of
house was robbed. It was only two Jacksonville.Information .
the ard
orange growing Industry In Gilbert has Improved much In general Valdosta ...!-
To. secure choice varieties I'Jg f middle Florida, and-beautiful health and If It continues goodhe blocks from my father's house and I as to rates, routes schedules sleeping oar reservation -
groves surround the place. went there with others. Tho police re-
g o.. Table Sup- Good boating hunting and will more than likely come. It fused all Information but during the The Shoe Man, etc. will be gladly furnished upon application to

is our constant fishing will afford! amusement wilt be a great pleasure to Crescent day I was told by a lOll of the householder Crescent City. Florida.! C. A. MAULL, Depot Ticket Agent Palatka.

piles for sportsmen. .. City people to welcome this aged that they hud found tracks uu- S. F. PABBOTT, Vice Pros. CHAS. B. BRODXS. Gen, Passenger Agt

a study... We ought to r:J 'Naptha cheaply launches for water can be trips.secured couple again dec a wln
| excel. EI fi Crescent City has good hotels The Ladles' Aid Society of the and the ground lied not yet frozen. .
and houses at mode- 1'ho tracks were those of a boot and happened. -
t.Ia boarding Presbyterian church held Its annual week and then something

; Excel. s rate rates.Bountiful. meeting last week with Mrs. W. C the sole oC one hnd been mended. I I hud been sent on an errand directly
I a We do shaded walks and went up and down the alley In the rear after breakfast, and I passed a bouso
Norton of Grove
Hall. Mrs. W. J.
.:I bicycle paths. of the house with this boy, and In which bad been burglarized the night Florida East Coast Railway.Local
Norton.was re-elected president and the dust we found the Impress of what before. There were quite a number of .
J. MILLER'S'crea |; Mrs. S. B. Bhaw treasurer. Mr.. J.
| W. looked to be buggy tires. They were people about, and the owner was telling

0. Grlmlle, was elected secretary something else, however-they were the them how entrance had been effected -

U ;;.': $; City Fla.u U ... In place of Mrs. E. L. Waterman re-ImpruHS of the Urea of that pushcart and what bad been taken. What Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept. 7, 1905 -

t.In3 ""REBOEN' CITY TIIMl'RRAr"RB POB THWKEK signed. At every revolution one of the wheels hunters and farmers call a tracking

tI tI c c mm l'J aa oo ENDING. NOVPMBBU I(1UI. 1VU5 K. D.j Oranges continue to forward loft a suit of smudge and I wall justified snow had fallen during the night: and .IOUTH.80UND-IlEAO DOWN. MORTH-SOUNa-HXO( UP. -

... WLWaM1I UDHIIBVEB. 111"".. Mm.. go In believing that It was the tire the first thing I looked for was the ..
with each of the steamer and
trip ..
aaDD9Dn 9 a DaCCCmaCcgw for for.November. that did It. track of thAt pushcart.An No. 1111 1'0.1111 aT.t.'rlOKs Ho. 7S N
F'1' GIIIIIIIIDIII! : ilCJIIII'JJJJlJll1JrL"jIEri"Our : ; ; ; : 1...7'. 9>> P.7S1 X. e P. X. VI b. 24h. In increasing volume. The tangerine My th UL'yVIIS that all the stolen. alley ran alongside the house, and Daily Dalll' Dally: Dally -

WI line of : 4.5.: eaiurdsy.HiinIay. g: 154 07 em ;g.,. 1 1O. market has been especially good goods hnd been tnlcenNaway' In the there theywere.. There were also i-- ;-;;; L" .,..............Jack.onTt1Ie.._.__ Ar C OOi>
new Mood..,.. ,03 7e 7(1 1(0< el .s OT I t C 45 a _.._....5o. Jsok.pnttIe. ___ L. S at 1 S 4aI
the week and It Is but the blocked .
u during past presumed pUHheart cuse was : rubber boots. The alley gate 'I 00.
7. Tuoo'l"y.... 'u 67 8\1 Si itS prints of 111> 1015. .HH........SL AuiuMln H'H_ 1.11 I>
i 8. W.do..d" IHI 79 lID 71 31U. that those who had shipped I right there. Where had they been opened rather hard and sticking to It s 'S P 11 St a ..._.__......HaatlnicH..._.___ .. S 55 I' I.. a -
SHOES Thur.d".. Sit 7V tit 73 61 I taken?. Had I to the police with 'I'.R! 11 10 a ............. Kft.t Pftlalha ..........- 4 55 S 11 5Tis
10. Yrldsy59 7lI3 3D 74 MI this fruit will bn In receipt big gone were some small threads of blue yarn. 00 .. .Tili. A. ...._.... _...PaIaa...___ L. .. 10 5> OOaa 1:1I::
:) Mr1 money In a few days. The fruit here my theory I should have been ridicul The farmer bad bought blue mittensfor 0\ ts P 11 1> a Lv ....................1'.1....... ............_. .Ar 1001> e 16-5 c:
enm' SSfjg -- -- .. -- -. I ed. The detective who can't find a the widow Taking up the tracks I 4 I lUj Th 1> Ar ......_.__"iiiVH.t.-o_....._...... L. TiOP :::::::::: -
For Men, Women Is coloring; rapidly and the shipments clew himself doesn't want any one else followed them for two mUes before II Ie I> I 00 a L" ....._......,...sae .......................... Ar SUI> 1 50 5riei r:
r.UJ are therefore unusually early. had lain c: > 1llTi3 Lv __._... Na ........._..._ L. 'T'GfP I to a ...
to find Wlu-u I awake a H'
and Children I EiJ: j r I due. they were obliterated by travel, I kept s oa p 12 I' P __'_'''H Bunnells .._...,...._ SOl I> ( MaMa
Personal and Social. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buck arrived dozen nIghts trying to figure things widow and I .iiupoat. in p 5 I -
I on to the bouse of the a mu I. :: : "
should attract alienuta t out luck Ihe streets were 0\ sii : : : i =:= ::::: ::::== I 10 p 555a -
your helped ine. ..
ua from Philadelphia last week Thursday found It a, small cottage. Between the 0\ 5 53' 1 aliI> .._._.. .._DayI.sa...._._ IDOpa > 447 ft4Mft p.aI. -
tlon If you are after the UiJ ..."" "" "" "" i and again at their old i still dusty. A burn hud been broken gate and the road the cart tracks and 04 p p. 1 n 1> .. ___.Po.. orsors.,..___ .N. 50 p ::I. ItUI
MS kind that are guaranteedaa Ii: are quarters I>I>L>U amI a lot of buddlug (temporarilysturucl S 55 p II IS P Ar _..._.._..New IIm'ro......_...... Ito P 4 1> a 0c
: to wear well.-- We oun'ti 1.1t.jljaJ Prof. Ueiger la boarding with Mr. In Grove Hall. Of course everyone I tlieielll bail been tuken. the footprints were as plain as day.I : 1iIiIi int "r ...,__.,..LakoHuhroH ..._.._ Lv.. ifiiP""T T1fij e.
afford to other rJuu and Mrs. Fred Andersen. Is to Mr. and Mrs. had worked the case as far as I .= 10 S. a S II p> H_- 0......Oily. M......_ 11 eo p S.. P
; At keep the any time HJi pleased see I LiinpeiieJ l to be pusslng the place could and I now went to the police. I ... 10 d. .. 00 P .........OrftDK. Oily JunctionBW ..._ 1. ao p : I 4pen n
kind same
UkUH Mrs. J. W. Miller and Master Buck return. They are among our when the discovery was made and the warned not to I Iip ,..pL..H._., Smyrno ___ Lv. 1 01> ifiiC -
and
we have endeavored to com (CILJbine : was sneered at 10 00 a aL _,._. "k Hill.Tltunllla..__ 1.. P s.. a ... -
style with wearing uu George visited Jacksonville this most popular winter visitors for theyare police telephoned fur. There wore the I meddle with their business. I went to 10 a. p p.p "r ... ....._....... .................. I' 1 16 P SIlO. IIIc

LAS qualities and after you SJs;: week. getting to seem more and more tracks: of tliu pushtuit again.' In the : the sufferer by the last robbery, and as : ""i1ii'i) .... ......' Ar __._.. 1..0'0.... __ I.. 10 00 iOia -
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ij; have tried ou a pair you [r!>n:] like home people.' Mr. Buck begins duMty rand following the cart: were' o 1 oo a Sanford Ar :: .50 a g
and anxiousto
USuu: Dr. E. W. Warren WaS called hereon I he was a man of Influence sitp : :=::=: Tlttt.SIII..:: .:. == Lv IiBp .
suc'II"J( boot and of them had a 10 811 -
1:1110I: will acknowledge. our his fruit this week and he tracks one back be not only .. .. ii 54 8 1. 54
a
business last Satur. shipping get his property; 11 19 P 4 e. p ___._.o.ooa.. __.,,_ .. P
professional tor' .... 17ci
: oessr" Ofg has considerable of It. patch ou HID Hole. I followed them listened but 'insisted\ that something ...11I 1122p aitp" HH._ 1I<>ol ; .! I"J day night. a mill straight! out Into the country I 11 n p 4 06 P __'Hltall Oalll...__ a 11" a 1. a ;l .11. -
| Of Course Everybody |ogS :: The Presbyterian church bell has be done. A search -warrant was procured U 19 06 a 55 :' Malbourn.Hnbaatlan. :: n as : :: : -
: "Tlm" Allen has been home on a before they vera lust a couple of detectives went out 12 tl a : St : ==:= ::::== t4 ii e:
been taken down this week and It was to figure that If the thief : 1 Cs a I It p ..__..... Luol.Fort .__..._ SO 11. 12 00. _
"In these diggings'' knows fjciio visit the past week, He Is now llvng easy to the widow's farm. and from an outdoor boO I 011 ft 5 06 P _._ Plo......__ 10... 5 11 55 P .. 1-
!! how we excel In nnOB In Tampa. shipped to a Cincinnati bell foundry nan not sailing any of his plunder he cellar enough stolen property) ; was ._.. 111 eo __ Tlbbftla' _.._._ esoaiis.p III's.

:! Oroceries. nngg Will roof where It Is to be recast. Tho new wits Btorlug It somewhere and that the dragged to fill several stores. ". 19U as a a ;vlUIS "'. ::=:::::::::::..Jensen Ed.n.:-::== :: : : : n : : P.3th

ggyta Newman baa put a new bell Is expected In about a month. country ofTtnud a sufer place than the She had been stealing off and'on for 111 ftI p __...... Stuart...,__ ." 5 11 5 1. 01 I> '0as
: / .- _....Hub Sound_._.._ I 52 a 10 II P I
his residence and added to the city The IJeu now was to follow OS ft P __ I
r:: 'fhe new goodx. for the [3:;j j jQLJ on The bell weighs 1.000 pounds and It along the roud and spot off any likely tore years. She.had always dressed t SIT a 814 P ... -Woat Juplur.We .._:-;:: :: ; :: : 1::: C se
size ot the building.: 1.0) 851 ::::: t Palm h.sch. ..
(, ;} Thanksgiving sonsoii are nn' : was no easy matter to handle such a ooklug place. I had my mind made up as a man In her excursions. Until she 4 tut II a a 9 UP p '. '_._...H..B..10..0_.....__' _... .. I to a S 16" -'
fjH;} now comfiitr In. You can f gutj C. H. Cash has been laid up for a it from stole the pushcart she bad used a eSsp'.V.lray.-- lies Cep Q.
to take a 4425 ::
depend on Fresh Groceries UQua monster especially that It would be an old barn out about Stolen she bad 't SSI a 1011 f :::::::::: ;;- Laud.rdai.: ......,..., I ii a C 15 p -
hu: week or more with an aboess on the. church tower. The re-casting of the two miles. I walked out on the road wheelbarrow. money :_ 104 a 10 SOP _._.__" Vaol. .,..___ 0 spia seep a..
at. made use of, but not a stolen article ... ....Eallaad.ie ...,..... ..... 5 54 5 1 55 p
and Is ill. St a 1041 p :: 9DcI
knee quite and the for five mlle and found no but :
bell, will cost about $65. one =' : iSaiielp'.Z..mnDCiiy.--::: : : ., sea isep
| bad been sold.: She bad passed for a respectable ... ............ .................... Lv 515a
| G. L. Chamberlin's Mrs Fred. Andersen has spent the relghtjo Cincinnati and return will farmers of honest standing. I took fora : hard working woman and ::: !!!!- 1111_ _P Ar .... Miami jpD1sy .

Cresoent City njJ week In Jacksonville.. the guest of be about $26 more. This money will two distance crossroads but and with followed the same them result by her keeping the goods on hand her HOMBSTBAU KXTBMStOKMATFORT 'I:

Mrs. Dr. largely be provided by the ..Ladles'Aid made that she kleptomaniac be.. '
Castings.Mlts out was a jI
UI:; 1II1I1I11II11i1l: : !! : ItI: CClI1l'cullJ"iItIIII': :' !; I The thief had gone out that road with lawyers ..Sun.. _ _ _ "
UG [;&n && ccjn; (;j ccnC r Charlotte Hubcock was quite Society of the church. the pushcart and the bedding but and got her a sentence of 100.- -__... L" ...____.Miami....._._ A .__.,. Stop

ill last weok at the hOme of Mr. and V..r"VoasI4.tS. where had be brought up? The weather two years, when she might have other 10118. _....... Ar _._.._.UOIII_..._ I.. ':._._ 1 GO P .

"1oN WWiN "' ; Mrs. C. It. (Miamberlln.V One way for you to Improve yonr changed, the ground froze and wise got fifteen. M. QUAD. No. IT IXo..S -

t : II Cooper will come down this elf. young man, ia to constantly associate all at once the crimes ceased. 11.. For tb. ':rDO.r: 7f.,1O >>.11, BRANCH !fa. IS No. 110 1'., 1111r :

Take f, wintrr and spend the season with with your superiors." Then luck came again. I was buyIng Teacher-What Is a synonym? Pu : ; !:r; V.lIl's a,;. Dalll' r; _Dall
i Is but I am so con- a pair of winter gloves In a store -: -
"I know It sir pll-A word that has the same meanIng --
Mr..mtnd Mrs. Fred. Andersen. clentlor.s I cannot bring myself to do when a farmer called and ssked for a word. Teacher-And Seep lOOP sms! Lv .....J""III1O..1I1..r f 49.t 11 Mp $1ep -- 1lesp
.. as another ,..,_
....ts.J.eksob.iII.Lv sTamnup sstp.
sass A.
: No. 44'! Tint "jSiinpton cottage oit Summit( it.- pair of mittens for a woman. Some why does our language possess synonyms 144)plobo.. ia la 4 coop 00 pl'< _....P.bl.. ".""b.._ .". t os a 11 Ma s.ep __
street has been rented to- Mr. and "And why conscientious talk followed. and It came out that So use one lUpiOSSa 4* p euta ..0..AuanuoB..on._ leeali..a CtIp.....-
t Pupil- you can .. ._ 11 W __ 4
she was a wIdow who was living nextto 108 .. Ullla 00" Via1010ft .Maypom. S4t a ft 5Op.
!Irs. Bedding of Onset Mas "I bate to think what my superiors when you don't know how to spell the :
Chills
It will cure would be suffering all that tune."- him, three miles out of town. Ha other one.-Exchange.: -

and Fever, Headaches, J. H. llabers Ions purchased the Cincinnati Commercial TrIbune. also asked where be could get a pair EN1NSUUR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT B1AJHL -'

Will Braddook piece on the Huntngton of rubber boots for ber. j -
and Biliousness. A Bad Fattest.-
Colds road and. will soon take' posesslon. A Mlmmp.Magistrate I rot the Idea (Ight then and there It Friend-I suppose yon're always glad Clou Coanectlos Made st Miami with Steanublpt sf Ik. P. ft 0. S. s. :..,.., Far -

Try a BottleONLY '. -If I let you oft this time that the widow was the criminal. to get a patient who's, never bad any
seemed absurd but the Idea clung.
Miss Katberine-Keeler will open will you promise me to take the yet bad habits. Doctor-Indeed I'm nut HAVANA AND KEY WEST. ,
GENTS. A detective would have told me to go
25 "pledget Delighted Prisoner (excitedly: Friend-How's that Doctor-Wily,
the outhfliUlHot I January 1st. home and soak: my head, and a reporter -

For Sale at {1 1Hound's This house 'as usual will be head -01 will, yer honor an' drink 7.1'bealthl' would have laughed me out of his man, I'can't order him to' stop anything. Time Tables.iiowths. times.ftl v'=n"rb trftlna may ba ftxpeetad to arrtra at sad daparl 4
.-Louisville Courier-Journal. from =several .. but their U at In* tlmea atalm In not suaraiitved
for the Bible Institute room.!. I chewed! overtho thing for a ... Drug Store quarters ,- .. ... -- --n_-_- nor U this Uompany to b held .po.bl..11W any any ooaMquanooa -
teachers and singers. -
II. Didn't Tr.T.l.

Crescent City, Flit. Cliiirlle) Babers is another of the Warden-Now, We try to give our For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information .

I" Id-time Crescent City boys who has prisoners work of the kind they are accustomed

Fresh Line ot Garden Sued.. been home on a visit during the past to. Prisoner-That suits me. Million "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
tleed.M Half I
Uenulne Bermuda Union Over
11 ; week. Mr. llabers Is now making t was a traveling salesman.-Cleveland a
FLA.
J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Qen'l Pans. As*.. ST. AUGUSTINE.
M its. home at THimvllle. Leader. _ _
Effective June 3d. 1005.\ sohedale figures for Mayport Branch and Homestead
Mrs. Joseph Combs returned last POMONA.Mrs. SATISFIED CUSTOMERS Extension shown above will be changed; additional trellIS being put Into service

StJorins. Rlvi; by Daylight. Thursday from a visit to her old between Jacksonville and Mayport and the service between M land and Homestead -

Line home In Port Jarvis N. Y. With Drake and Irving Drake arrived Do you think such an enormous business could be built up merit and being reduced to one train a day each way. For correct schedule see soy Agent
and
The Beach &: MUler her Mrs. Courtrlght! of Port last Thursday from Hampton continually increased. U our goods did not have exceptional million value U our, of the F. E. O. By.
came N. H., to spend the winter In their Do you think we could hold the trade of half a people /" ,
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Steiun.r ORESCENTL Chester N. Y., who will be the cottage in West Pomona. reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established! l --- ------ -- --

aVMja,luonTll) anTuHdayaTliun4dayind of Mr. and Mrs. Combs. Do you think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors,Bankers: Businesssud :
lurdaya. at I:ao a. m for Uraen Cove, guest Mrs. Dr. Sandusky of Jacksonville Professional men In every section ot this country would keep on using .4 :=1 SOUTHERN RAILWAY t tzZ:: +*' -
Paht&. ..tinuwflnt Qilf ant prluolpai Vt ay Capt. and !Mis. W. M. Hitch of Is the guest of Miss Nellie Cook.: HAYNER WHISKEY lilt wasn't all right? .

!.audlu.tt..tu rul"lI.I.."...Orwoept oft,on Wednia.da3" Port Chester N. Y.. are expected Miss Helen Stelnmetc of Norrls- Do you think doctors would recommend It and hospitals use It.. if it. EFFECTIVE AUG. 6, 1906.Ho .

.. Krld.ya.and wbftri Monday ootot Hl7 Lar ft.;.m.Jftokaanvlll. Btr. .t. Monday and will occupy their deIghtfui > ;town Pa., who has beenthe guest of wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated lend trial order.

Tulatolioa.ttD.M .... home ou North Main street.It Miss Emma Olmstead bas gone to Just think these things over carefully and then us a V..Ublil. Trains au'13;o 30 icorthaudwest. No. is
Two
.ftttta wharf 100&of Uanioo pt< will Join tier parents their winter home Your money back U you are not satisfied. --l

Is expected that rrrs.fixer near Orlando. Unltad Status Sonata,Waahlnftoa, D.C. Lv ".oIQuvl1l.. CIa .. IIoJ Rl' V ttiaTup 00.. I.V JackdooviiSe. 1ia..So it, .... 7 ..Wl ..
them. .. 11 10. 10..P. Lv e.uPtO. .... .IIoB" .... IlIfI'I> ...... -I&rNaoon
Ski Bl' -
JOHN VINCENT D. Q. B. accompany :Mrs. Welch and daughter, who .'t bav.found. Haynar.Whlakay axcapUonalljr: One for table and medicinal purpoaaa. L. Jesuit 8..annsh.Oq, u. ..... 110 R1 I Sip n 1" O. .. ..... snay ... I"''' .._._
Wm.U Strxart ... .._..
Mr. and Mrs K. Borsen returned at W. B. Middle aV IMp 5A 01.. ArAllaolaOa..ltoRy. 1
have been boarding: Ar OoIumblS..MO
U.8. Sraator from Navada. 5 dOe .ar Bolli" U..kotsy .... I 5a4 ., ,-
Artistic: .Barber. on Saturday( night from a week'sstay ton's, have moved Into the cottage .. oharlole.------------so Oreen.bOrO..50 lit H1 1013 liS.P It ala A.V.ltuo. (55.o tSy ... 1 TM ..... -i-

.'.,".; at Mr, Borsen's turpentine camp recently finished for them. Ar Ar D.uvlUe....'..... .. 11<> Ry SlitS l10aRloblllood. ::Laniogoa oliatienoogu: Tanu.o:0 .::. : 301'dOe ::::::

f. at Carraway anc,\ where he had several Mrs. C A. Knowlton has gone to ArOlnelanast otl..Q. 0.... C lop. ,,
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WHISKEYFULL .. .. 655.ATtynchburii. -
...... 80 B,
.Hair O tttns'In all approved styles. of good luck at bird shoot- DeLand for a visit of several week. HAYNER Lv (inIonaiL O..ltli: tonrI..i S Sup -
days 5.-Chicago, ...:::II Pond JI. ::::::
Give ma a call. log. W. H. Cook and H. A. Perry have .... .. Boa" s S a 15 eAl "a lop P .. OtnotaflatI, 0 Usoel r. kip .,.... -.
their large of cliarloesse.llle-----50 Ry a ....:: .. ,...,.
I Mra. N. Pool and Mr. begun to ship crops .r W..hlo.IaO ......110 Ry I 011. S anp ArObleado Lmn..i t ma
CBE8CKNT CITY FtOBIDA Mr. and oranges.Mr. $i.2OEXPRESS Ar B.lllmo...... P B 1\ ii Ill a 11 2111' r,v\aoluu.\ .0 H. n[ dOp .,..,. -
I : and Mrs. Oeo. Burnham arrived on Ar Pttllad&phii. .P R H I 401 p 3 58aP.r.wtork ArObl_.......... ....0 B" t".L aI ...... -
evening's steamer.. If they and Mrs. E. I*, Eames garvo avery 4 ..:. ::::PaaLdisp s.. y('Ioolou." .. ....0 H ts ... C sopi .... --
Tuesday enjoyable candy-pull and potivto york and hunts Epress": "rToledo. ....C li C DI. .. Sital .1
A. B.TORREY.Undertaker can secure suitable quarters these roast at their borne last Thursday QUARTS PREPAID Daily No. 1t4-"tteW Puilinaft flrawm5 Room SIespiz.g Oar .rDe.ro" .. ........... .. I 55l___, fLv

eopl" will remain through the sea evening which was an occasion of between port Tainpe, Joiok.onvttI and 51.5 Olnoinnati.... PS 1j ....,.
rand '.J: rnba1nier.Puli > great pleasure to a large crowd of Wl will send In a plaID sealed e..., with no Yor, ar Piil.burg..Pa: : tI'..: 5SaI ......
sou. OUR OFFER poe _,.. POUR FULL QUART Wo ao-"W..blnllon and Pits. Limited." 'De1l1. &blaotnnatt ... .Big Von, ij ,..,..
people. show ?
ratrt ,0 ? ?
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young and Pullman lr'Slnl.itOOm' steeples Oar Jasksuu.clii. ArOl..eland..5115: : Tonr ;;; C 4Sa.. ......
to w.
line ot Caskets. and Coffins. It has dons everyone gnod see Mn. W. J.: Keown and Master BOTTLES OP HAYNER.. .....PRIVATE. TaJk.Some STOCK and aample RYB FOR It.bava SL20.your doctor 10 24ev York.TI.ZOUIII Lv I..t,5kIU...... ...81 ky ..... Eij '
Telephone I.,. A. Ballard here this week. Mr Willie of DeLand were visiting 'In will pay cbs*xpn ob. wlah. .Than If don't and It jolt .. Wa aay = Al'Lou"&II...... so K r\.... a loop ,,_ ,, IiLi.iAuIs
enthusiastic. friend test It-awry: bottl.1f you ..you. EXPENSE sod "Tb..4 cot 111. 051." r rv ... .....110 tsy .. I tis .,,
aEaCKNT 01TT FK>BjDA Ballard Is still an town last week.A. and pmfactly aatlataotory.ablp It back. AT OUR :your

ot Crescent City and It 11'8. sorry (3.20111 ba promptly rarondad.. How aonM.any ogor be fairieS, Von I ..... i Ja-H"rb. Florida Llmlud." Dally aolMvaatlbuM
1 "- H. Eames of DeLand was talk- ..11.,0..1111..1'1. .110. SOp trala Ibroucb day ooaohM and "..u..
: rlak
don't 5 o.nt. .
: day for the place when he quit the Ing to old friends Sunday and Mon 01'<1.... for Aria..CaL.Col, Idaho M N.v..N ?4ez..Or.Utah.W .b... Ar LV Uotumbla Savannah: : .-.:.-..:: :' :::.::: R7 k ii S VIa elta' ama also ping oftraJftoluon>tll.loOlnolnnaU.Ho. -

Crescent: City Transfer r Co, real estate business-here to engageIn day." _ ? or b.on ht'i15lo.:: l :: nr1 e tor.rrepaid 4 CO KXB-nM, P_ A.A.h..tlIe.NO .., .......>.. soft, 1 Sop .
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; ; -,. *rrIgbI Ie Slot spring.. N C---------.BoR, sip
Lake. aoavuwar. 110. 1sI.
In county.
mining! kaolin _ .. .. ...80 K1 a SPAr
U..ets all trains at'Cieeornt, City Juno LAKE COMO.., Writ our........01ll .asd 1 do It NOW. Ie aaozVlllaTeftii LOSlISYIltS ... ......, .... ..10.' I fI...
Capt. S. M. LaBree has been .so a, 4 SepArCInainflatlOhIo.qaO .V se5.oa.IU......... .. Su ny Tsp'[ .. .
5 1.0015 '
tloo. Might trains by appointment. the engine In his new launch DlRgett left HAYNER DI3TILUNQ COMPANY 10 hs : ::: :: :: S ISa Lv Jesop ... ...............so tsy 10 Sep ....,,- II
placing Mr. and Mrs. Philip THE .50 Oar.
I Manna. "' $ ,J.
willsoon where and r. .. ;::::: :. ::::: : ::::
B, M..LABREE. Majager.W.B8HOTWELL this week and the pretty boat Saturday for Huntington No. IIO-Dnll pulmmsa D..lol-Room ? 5305 4Ar
M. .at. ..ul..I.... .. ... ... ......
Loul. .lI.IOovlll..s
will visit friends Atlanta, Qi. Dayton O. $ Pure elll.l>loll Gay between "oolaloo, .1.. ... 50 H1 C eta
: go into commission. It Is one they ",. Loula. Ar Illrmtflgham. AIa.40., 11 dSa .......
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models seen left Sunday for Day. w 'PurmuaT,Taor.O. EaTABUSalO UM. Ar Memphis, Tu...._..F_ I eoI' ...... .
ever
of the handsomest W L. Diggett Ar ...._etty, .o..rbloO C tea ...... '

Builds" Row Boats In this section. tone, Fla., going overland by heir' team son "" Two rains Daily V lI.mphl.......... .._" ... 41'P\\ .....,. I..y' IAZ I-
Mrs. W. L. Dlggetb'and Hot kprluga, Ark..I- C .... 4 .
Repair makes all W. B. Bhotwell's residence on will be the guests of Mrand .
boats..buggl s and Lawson. -- w
kinds ot wood work repairs at bis shop M&in street has been neatly remodeled U Mrs. J. JI'. nLL uam roe severs 1. To ,Wa.shingtpn and IS-"The Prawlas Florida Hoom ftlMvplns Umllwl."aara Daily be..fulllaaa ....-.

1 In rear of his MEATMARKET.. and upper porches added. This: weeks.H. yOUR JaokaooTlll. Elrmlagbara,.. )I..pl... *o4EaaaaaOlly
Crescent. City. Pla.at I' PROPERTY FOR SALE"If New York. ,
residence raffle manager IS
.otory """fcjtuarantned. at modSperxcer Is" one of the most attractive M. Emerson N C.. visited Como __ .. 'I-. -
west end with a pretty of Wilmington[ -
pfIf.. In the
.. ,. '. of Lake Stella for the lest week' BO, let na get; .a buyer, for it. We are in a position ARRIVALS A 4aCIKSOHTn4.ll.
section "
L 'ReW.. O. Rector left Saturdayfor of all kinds regardless of location. Turk, ......hln ..,150-Ito.!M, Waahlngann and Florida Llmlwd," trt. a. aa.
... :X::. : western boundary of the lot. : Fla. to .JmndlaReal Estate ; 1-----. '' dlnotnnatu Ohattanooca .l t.-No. It..riurlda Jnttnl 5-a6 5. to Y' .
I SILt um8o. have to sell with description And .a*I'tty, M.mukla, Blrmlusbam. ....,_Wo 14, "Florida Umlud "I'se. a. m.
L Dentist .frs. H. E: Wilder and tw() Inter- A. E. Gable, railway postal clerk Writs m what.y6a A..h. lil.'....-If...W, "W.' 'ubl"III" and FkirKw LIe.1t4"a*< ,a.a.*.". I 1
Bnpnaa.-'tJ*
Vo.1Io wadilnswa.l-NovU% ..w York and FlortOa p.-
.......... ..-' eating; little children from Madison paid a short visit to hU parents Jas rice and we will do out. best-. for you: '

OiflCr..oec a at B..atdaoiM, nn Cm.iimt__"V'.. WILt arrived Friday1 last and will week. Co. Exce'l-nt DI':1"UI: Car Service. ,.

;. 0lt1.. i.:: ,. 'IOL'ld spend the winter here They wll Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Sullivan had a The Crescent City Realty '
1 1week O. LCSK Dtatrlot Fawtenger Agent.; 108 West Bay street JaokaonvUle. Fla rACKERT
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; warming party
1 ';':'" reside lu tha Aumack cottage on family. house I J : O $1 ,W. H. TATLOK, O. P. A. f. .uO
'' : "Eight ()tSif I. Crescent: t'Ujr. Florida I '.' 9 BENT"; Pt*j.s r. ; hirnJ1I h ed Main street' Mr. Wilder who Ii'a at their home ", .... S:u."I BABDVIOX. P,T. M. BUOOK8 UOBU&N, O,,P.. ""

: :'drtmenl'# 'oJlJr 1-Ak"I'I..1Co-; newspaper man, will ooir'e down for Quit a cold wave' passed over.. U. -.-
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r ,---W. U. O'Nell of Orlando late reI I FOOT BALL GAME
The j
Palatka Newsand
I publican candmdat.for stay up.-r- i i
I I lut.urlent of public uetruetiou.Isa" 1 NEXT TUESDAY. THE LINE AMONG LINES I :

Advertiser prominent delegate.. to the Presbyterian -
The ...vuo
--- --,,_._---- ----- --. A number of young ;people; organised University-Contest on
a social club on Thursday night at S PalatkaGrounds..
the home of Mr. and Mrs Molcomb, Art Clothing.
r71 ifq f1ACDtpIGgi and I with a membership of fifteen. Officers Through the..ffortaor Messrs leo Sfrouse & Bros. High
were elected as follows D. A. B. Selden, T. It. Merrill C. E. Row-
Advance tr oral111tgtion. Partln. president MissMlnnle Buky. ton D. U. Kirby and other prominent
vice-president .I. D. Buky secretary citizens tbe people of this city All the seasonable
: MIa Mabel Holcoinb, treasurer will privileged to see a real up-to- and
date foot ball on home grounds new styles of
The club will meet on Fridaynights. game Overcoats
Tb M.: Ray returned from his
at SOOTh
vlalto Barannab last Friday. next_Tuesday gentlemen; afternoon have arranged to e and Suits fresh from the ,\

Arrivals Miss Emma Olmstead of Pomona Geo. Barnes, a colored employe at have the game played on the groundsof factory of the celebrated )
the Wilson C.pree.eomp..ny' mill, the Palatka Base Ball club. The
was shopping In the city today.
bad his hand so badly; cut by a saw game Is one of series now beingplayed e 'M "High Art Clothing."
Capt. i. D. Lane has been spendIng on Wednesday night that Dr. Steen between the college teams of
some time at borne this week. had to amputate all four fingers. Florida for the Times-Union trophy ,. t t See our "Neckwear '
Barnes Is a son of the cook: at Kop- of Florida. ,
J and the championship Show. Here :
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. DavIs spent you will
perbnseb's restaurant, awl be formerly locatedfor
Palatka 1s conveniently "
Sunday In the city with Mr. Davis'parents. was clerk at 1St.... -- find the cream of
a : Uay both contestants In the coming P .. ; cravats
OFFall The large plate glass' which has game, being about midway between '' from the leading
'v. J. Bryan a prominent citizen ; maker! 1
Lake and DeLand. The contesting .
H this week been placed in the front of City i1 \!
and
of Bardio
was transacting businessin Four-in-Hands
the Merryday block of stores on clubs will meet here on the : R String
the city Thursday.The
Lemon street, was furnished by; tbe morning of that day. Ties, Bow Ties, Ascots
Q. S. tc F. trains The famous- Stetson University ,
: are now arriving Selden Cypress Door company of '
at and departing from the this city; who made thersash. The eleven' Is the same that shut out the ':" + Puffs and a host of new

new river front depot. glass: fitted the sash a. If grown to Light Infantry team In Jacksonvilletwo t shades in distinct ,
weeks It .is composed" of 1 patterns
In ago.
their crate of
WinterGoods Mrs. A. S. Willard Is spending a place. moving Wo"
week In Tampa on a visit to her the heavy plate glass 0.. Tuesday some husky University college of boys.The Florida. eleven 250 and upwards.. j'
of the
one large pieces w".brokeob
father, Judge Kob't. W. Davis. a Jar to the wagon while passing is also a team with a reputation and Our Fall Exhibition of .;

Tbe young people are preparing over an obstruction In the-road. The the contest promises to be a rattle =- r Hats is a beauty, all the
for a dance at the armory next Tuesday value of this single) plate. of glass roval filled with exciting incidents.
night In honor of the visiting was about $100. The gentlemen have been to considerable r new shades and shapes In \
lout ball teams. expense in securing this -. i ito
soft and stiff
Herbert Crook leaves today to attend contest for Palatka, but should< there from $1.50
Mr. and Mrs. Uarwood Rower of the nvetlng of Mobarrum Tem be anything left after paying the $3.oo.
Jacksonville spent Sunday: with ple. D. O. K. K., .at Jacksonville to guarantee of 125; It will be given to TROIISESBROTRI R3. 9
Ai.. JCosser's parents, Mr.and Mrs.J. night Mr. Crook la the only Palatkit the Public Library association. 7i i
H. Merryday.Rev. member of this fraternity but Admission to the (game has been

I. W. Waddell.D. D.of Archer unless. the camel bucks and kicks pieced at the low price of :IB cents Don't imagine for one moment that you cannot get
the out of Dr. Bates
,a delegate the Synod of Florida, daylight; Guy each for men women and children,
ATBrown's baa been the guest of his cousin, Mrs. and R... Raymond Price, they, too, and Interest In tbe game promises" to values in all the other little dress needs 1
Mn. M. F. BemU will b members after this night spread and grow to the point of securing just as good
I Both are /going down to the metropolis a record breaking crowd.Very Handkerchiefs'tlosiery
Miss Rosalie Price entertained a to take the degree, having arranged many will come In from tbe such as Underwear, Jewelry, Gloves,
I large shower party last Tuesday In their. worldly affairs yesterdsy. outlying towns.
honor of Miss Rogero the bride of Collars and Cuffs etc. etc. 1I'1
I ,
tbe coming week. ,
I A most euJovable surprise party At the Opera House.

is now readyfor Mr. and Mrs. James J. liennessyare took place last Friday evening at the Next Tuesday night at the opera will find the stocks :
spending the week in Tampa, home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hol- house Miss Florence Davis, supported In each of these departments you
your where Mr. liennessy is combining comb on Kirby street the same being by Mr. Elliott Dexter will present
business with pleasure.Mrs. In honor of Miss. Lillian Ralph.
Inspection.Come the romantic comedy "The Flayer complete.I .
W. C. Snow and Mrs.\ L. C. who was the !guest of Miss Mabel Maid." .
while Royce arrived on Monday from Vermont Holcomb over Saturday and Sunday. The play and the players are high-
and are again pleasantly. located people was arranged by the younz ] by the press, and the
I the stock isunbroken. In Mrs. Snow's Front street flat. of the west end "ndas an Richmond (Va.) News-Lender of
affair of much pleasure. Tbe evening Oct. 21st makes much of Miss Davis MEYER CO
H. F. Leeks and family have recently I I.
was whiled away playing !games of who it Is stated Is a kinswoman of IWB
here from Jackson-
moved
various kinds interspersed with muso the late President Jefferson Davis. ,
ville. Mr. Leeks Is tbe new book all of which was greatly enjoyed. of the Confederacy.
keeper at tbe Wilson Cypress com tofreahmenU were served and 'tw_ "The Player M ld"l. In four acts.
The pany. late when the party broke up. As the title Indicates the dory of HERBERT CROOK, Manager.

Capt. II. Y. Snow and Col. 8. J. Miss Alta Brakeman entertained a the play haste do with the theatre,
Hllburii shot 41 ducks on Wednesday number of young friends at the home always a fascinating subject with
GRIFFON BRAND afternoon down the river and her the general public. .. -
of Kirkland -- ------ - - ---- --
parents on .street, --- --- -- --- -

they with In a many game of dinner their next friends day.Indulged ant Inn being Wednesday her birthday evening anniversary., the occas- !)'l\\i I(!- ma<
Custom Made Miss Emma Munshaw. popular About fifteen Invited guests were Ladies who

Suits for Men saleslady; for the Cable Piano com- present,. and the evening was pleasantly !
pany, spent several days in the city; spent with games and niunlii. I Thanksgiving
are of exceptionally prior to last Tuesday, and as Is usual Refreshments were served In abundance Want a
with her made quite a number of and. needless to say, much en- I I I.A ,.
attractive materials sales.F. Joyed. Miss Brakeman was the re I" II
cipient many valuable and useful II I I II
b this year. H. Wilson lost a gold chain the present, given by; her young friends Fine.Fitting I' I Approaches.November .
And the Suitsare otber morning between tbe Wilson is tokens of their esteem. And at a 'I' I
Cypress. company's office and the late hour the merriment hums to a
warrantedTo residence. of A. K. Wilson. He will close, and the young/ people dispersed Kid Glove 30th is the Day.
pay suitable' reward for return of wishing their generous hostess up'
Fit likea chain. many happy returns of tlie day. Can secure them In Black.
I
tailor made Bear in mind the annual bazaar White and Colors at our store. v 1 + How are you fixed for Table Linen and

and supper of St. Marks church to Last Night's Reception. We have Just received a new Napkins? '
Garment. be held in one of the Merryday block The Invoice of perfect fitting g
reception in honor of the
stores on December 6tb. Urea clergymen" In attendance upon the glove Our line of I We have a beautiful line of them, bought ..

1 casion.preparations are making for this oc- Synod of Florida,at the home of Mr Corsets 'Baby Goods in anticipation of your holiday needs.. .
In Boys M. A. Gray lust night, took form 01 Housekeeperswill
'
Henry Fearnslde of Atlanta has an outpouring of the Christian: people = -Come and them.
been visiting at the home of his nn of Palatka to both welcome and Silk Shirt Waist patterns: at the opportunities s see rpThe
:':t : and Children'sSuits cle, Hon. f. J. Fearnside, during the speed their parting guests. The bit rejoice
present week. This young man formerly house waa jammed 1 to time doors with and other' high class Dry afforded by the I prices are LOW. .
lived here for a time and was gentlemen and ladies representing Goods Novelties U very com of !
a pupil at the Putnam High school.J. all denominations. of Christians: plete !and was selected with a prices our present large LEO JACOBSON'S
A. Icenhour former leathered to pay honor to the men view to real value combined and beautiful collection of I ;
a prominent whoso life work is one of toll and with style requirement.
We have just citizen of Crescent City now with sacrifice for the betterment of W'e have of
man it great display
the E. O. Painter Fertilizer FurnitureFinely Goods and Sho llouse
company kind. It took two hours to handlethe Popular Dry a: .
what want. of Jacksonville, has been In the
you -
Immense
county this week on a business trip ball, throng. in the dining Trimmed Hats. >, I Palatka Ma.Now" .
j The array"of: and to look after his orange grove a time.entering The In relays tables of were 60 or loaded moreat finished; Oak Dressers ,

' Suits for property at the former place. with elegant refreshments, served Chiffoniers, Tables, tTJt

T. R. Livingston the Lemon street by the leading society young ladlesof KATE"Line Sideboards and Buffets. i9n} tiUijID.IDm. : e! J

Boys and Children baker has started a wagon route Palatka. AS .
Also a beautiful line of --- -- -- -- ------ --- ---- --- -- ----- -- -
with bread and other products of hi.
. is large bakery. Mr. Livingston has thereputation ;__ Special Meeting. Mattings, Rugs and
\ and there issomething of making a fine quality is the Time!
'. of bread cakes and pies and a* a result .- The county commissioners held a Milliner. Stair Carpets. We can
, sure to bash large and growing trade., s pedal meeting yesterday, called by I
interest in
Iron Beds
and be
the chairman to reconsider the actloi Merryday Block. Palatka, Fin you Place your orders at once

1 please everyone. this The city Knights will of attend Pythias St.lodge,Mark 01 of leasing the board the county at its convicts last meeting; also III to High Grade Springs, Cot., .) t sure to get good trees and [plants before .

church In a body on Sunday eveningthe reconsider the salary of the recently!; I' NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOB ton' and Felt Mattresses \4 J, it is .too late. Choice budded

The Celebrated 27th lost., when Rev F. H. appointed game warden.On : Tax Deed Under Bvctlon 8 of Cbaptei4M8Lawaot Terms to suit :your con. $ Orange and Grapefruit buds on Sour
Klcbey will preach a special sermon motion the bid of W. R. Massey \ ( Florlla.
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for the members. The music will was reconsidered and other bid.. Notice la hereby given that T. F. venience. Rough Lemon and Citrus! Trifoliata
GOTHAM HATS also be specially adapted to tbe occaslon. Invited. Baker purchaser of tax certificateNo. fii't }+r
8. A. Hawla of Jacksonville made 668. dated the. 3rd d.rol April, J. H. YELVERTON Jr. stock, standard varieties Peach, Pear, ;
for Men in Tbe Rogero-Ray wedding will take the bid that was accepted. He otTer' A. D., 1893, has Died said, certificate limy ;} Plum and Grafted Pecans. Also 100-;

Soft and Stiffpatterns. place at St. Monicas 23d In.t.church next I sentenced ed $12.00 per to month the county each! for Jail.convict HI tax deed office,to and"Issue baa In made accordance application with law.for Talatka Florida. ,L 000 Cassava seed cane cuttings. Write -
Thursday morning ,ac 11:46. i
I' The marriage ceremony of tbespopular proposition. is for the term of fouyears Said certificate embraces tbe following for prices. Address the
i described situated In
property Putnam
payable quarterly and to
commenca --- -- -
young people will attract a -- --- -
large, gathering of friends who will Dec. 1st I HOG. Itawls Is to county Florida, to wit I Nurseries
likely fill the cburch. give bond for $2,000 and enter into a Lot 8 and N US A of lot 4, bk II, fe. '- Interlachen ,
Elegant line contract. The lessees are to pay 258 sections, township 11. range s&-.
l. C. J. Smith the Jeweler has been all expenses In connection with removal 66 acres.Bald -.- J. H. Wylie,
receiving. some very handsome sterling of prisoners.The land being assessed at the date -
Neckwear.Pretty .. silver novelties during the past board also reconsidered the of the Issuance snob certificate In the > Interlachen, Fla.ttnrrXKrr.r.Kirnr .

week. and these are now being shown $8O fit mouth salary offered. the name of 8. M. Norton. Unless .h__ _____ ___ __ __ __ u__ -- -
Mr. Smith will have magnificent game warden at lost inaetlng, there said certificate shall be redeemed acoord
assortment of goods for the holiday being a doubt as to the board having log to law. tax deed will Issue thereof -
season and hundreds of these. new the right to pay this amount. There on the 23rd day of December A.D.1905 1Rte- nrTJXXX KKTITXr12
article. are already on hand. is but $'10 In the game warden. fund Witness my official signature and seal :; :
Patterns in and the board doubted IU right to this the IS: day of November A. D. 1906. House
Allle M. Steen Is at borne from the take money from another. fund. (SealJO8EPa] PRICE Furnishing
south Carolina Military Institute on Clk Circuit Ct. Putnam oounlv,Florida.
Shirts. a 80 days furlough owing to damage
received. In a foot ball contest and i In Fatal Accident. Notice of application for Tax Deed under -- -e Is Our Businessand
which two of his fingers were Henry Bowman/ a faithful, ( colored section 8 of chapter 4888. Laws of =aNd
New and broken. While his finger are somewhat employe of N. TllKhtnan A Sons Florida. we ore prepared to do it properly anil ;

disabled Allle Is feeling pretty ihtngle mill was caught In the belt- Notice la hereby given tbd /. O. to your taste in every detail. By the way.
well himself and will not spend hs: Ing soon after the mill had gotten Strickland purchaser. of tax certificate flow about Hammocks Let show a "
Desirable.Undervear.. furlough days altogetber In mourning under way Wednesday morning, receiving No. *,dated the 6th day; of July A. D. A SMALL HOT BIRD comfortable one for us you ,
The News acknowledges the re Injuries from which be will i 190H: baa Bled said certificate in my of- your porch.
oeipt of three dollars for the benefit hardly recover. ,Hoe and baa made application for tu and a large/ cold battle are a Pretty Odd Piece ot Furniture suitable for tr of the public library from a generous One of the bells hall slipped off deed to Issue la accordance with law. food combination just now.
lady; of Palatka who prefers not to the wheel and Instead of,giving notice Said certificate embraces the following furnish the bottle and. Capt. 1VT. R. IYAN'I'alatlia, Fla
be known In the transaction. The and having the machinery described property situated In Putnam ...1II1..t the bird look out fur r
In fact amount has been turned over to Mr. '.topp.....Bowman attempted to put county; Florida to-wtt t I tile It. In fact, I will furnish illTtiaSTTHt3 DMB

w..S. Burdette treasurer the belt on the pull while the machinery 8wl of ."'1. section 83. township", anything tbat IB hlgb-grml __ __ __ _
Everything of the II- ; -- _____ __ ______-___ ___ ___ ____ :::3
brary. '00 thou and do likewise." wash rapid motion. range 24- that When picked no one leg' was bro. Tbe said land being assessed at the Ruins Wines ell!. Beer sold The
Best ",
Prof. Julius D. Dreher of South ken and torn and one arm bad been date of the .Issuance of such certificate by the k"Kor cask. But alM>ve Exercise nf1"1Tm f'"fm"m"m''' ",

Men and Boys Carolina, formerly for 20 years presIdent pulled apart at the elbow testing In the name of Cbas. H. Da b,.. Unless, all call for Genuine HARPER
( of Koauoke College, Salem away; the flesh nearly to his shoulder said. certificate shall be redeemed accordIng WHISKEY for which I be PAINTS
am tc bad
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wear of the Va., Is here on a visit to Mr. and Dr. SteeD was summoned and Bowman to law, tax deed will "Issue thereon sole Agent. Ball. a (rain of Box :
It's a uiuKola ::I
Mr. S. J. Kennerly. Prof. Dreher was taken to his home.. Wednesday on tbe 23d day of December A.D.. I9O5 and builder :::: _: :
Newest, and Mr. Kennerly were old school ; evening be was .too weak to Witness my omolal signature and seal J. F .BREWER Moat an .ppetlt..proyoker. that will wear,
people toll
most and playmates. undergo an 01 eratton. and Dr.. SteeD this. the 16th day of NOV.. A. D. 19M. I Alley la tbo. finest us that our E Wall Pupcr", Kalaornlu, -"!!
they'veever
it
Oliver thought bh"lvlD1orohAhl. that hm (1..1! JOSEPH PRICE, Palatka Florida
Cbamberjatn., a popular played on. We take Glass and Varnish.
Desirable Styles young man of Crescent City who Is would recover from the shock i 'bis Clk. Circuit Court Putnam oo.. Florid; I their word for It. Ladles play
awful accident.John ----- -- --- -
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here attending the high/ school has free Tuesday afternoons
and flaterial been appointed to a clerkship lu Cur Q.Tllgbman was a very sad ;

can be had at the ry will fc like Lane's to sea shoe bill friends store,afternoons where be, Arm man on had Wednesday.been In the He milling said bual the This 80 Acres--Wire Fences Maurice Lamon PAINT' STORE, \ .

ness for and that .
closest at evenings and on Saturdays. forty years this was ,
prices their first accident. The men be Buildings Cost Palatka, Fla. -,
The funeral of Miss Minnie' Boyd, stated, had bean repeatedly caution. Much $1,250, Central Lemon Street. ==

whose death occurred on" Sunday; ed never to attempt such 11 ork: a* did All In good order. House A1U1UUUU1U1U1U1U1U1UU> / :
last. was held from her late home on Bowman without first having the I. door and window painted ,
screens
Ma S.BROWH'SClOml Lemon street at 8 o'clock Monday machinery stopped. He said Bowman Llneolium cost$76.on pleasant/hinges, Remember Dr. Armstrong will be
afternoon. Rev. F. H. Rlchey otllo- had worked at the mill saver 1 CertalntIlyOeaNN and very carpets. location. Home' at the Hotel Arlington on the follow- Play Box Ball
fated and the choir of St. Marks assisted years and was a steady and faithful 15 feet above and near Inn dates Dee. 46. It you are suffer-
at both the bume and tbe employe. and the shock of his awful lake a beautiful log from any eye or nervous trouble :Richardrf Alley on Griffin Lot ,
irrave. The interment was In Wes and probably fatal accident while ea.raenewag wNN have him look
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r ",_.and iht. a-'W7 V_ your ease oVer while r Under newrsosgemsst
View cemetery. There were many due to his own carelessness' was ,tooled to eaut th**omnuratal All for U.er.. Nor 17-8 times.FOUND.One .
sincere mourners and love was attested nevertheless a sad affair and one 1.t4".n here da well, (hi* $795. ,Ladles play free Wednesday atten>oD' "
by beautiful floral offer which, DO matter what the .oil*** ma cyan seen ......_ ton Mgr .\
many effort to w..torrou bytmmrtliif Mro* fish boa. on Bt I to 6. Ioe waUr. ?Q.Baffly.;
ANDPolio' Ings. obviate, sometimes would occur. I li wl l. Reason for selling Crippled, J hns river. Nor. '
apr oU *l '" < < "*faa tae if old. 10, 1906. Boat Is ;
Jim Dawson tough negro of.We* Bowman died on Wednesday even -ull at mar bails***011I.... D) ......... ageAlso double .cull made to sail FOR 8AUC. -Househ<>Jd FufniSure
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Tocol. was shot at that place las Ing about 7 o'clock.Chamberlain's am and teotortM. Write ll.s awn u crad..oleo Mcatalogue hardware tools, furniture,! paatedred.' Will b... kept 80 days: rosewood piano stool .and OUI'
G Genie' Furflisher Sunday night. He was brought here eU, etc., at half price. A double: and II not claimed will be sold. Ap lo, parlor lamp, writing desk letter
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e and Dr.C. R. Wilcox probed for the Colic Cholera and wusw.MASSEY barrel (gun Damascus barrels, choke i ply Hen Chlsm care Wilson Cypress press, sideboard sofa and ehen 1 :
ballet, but It bad torn his Intestlnei Diarrhoea Remedy Tils Is the meet bore pistol grip original' suet 100, Co., machine shop dlnhiitaod, kitchen tables,
so that he died from the effects of successful medtoloe In Ute world for BUSINESS COLLLCI.S.nmanrewaw.at. now 12.60, Address tor, bed room Ml;;lot D..UloK' and
the bullet on. Tuesday The coro bowel complaints, and Is the *. Honeeu.'Mr.MuarwraarAY. jelly, :
only remedy H. U.10 rtJan plum
I Flo.sys I ner's Jury found that he. came to his that will cure cbronlo dlarrboea.I JeCZilNVU. leeoare..,,YsCOaOwlOKne. J.J WETKERBEE Nerve$ Armstrong, :, the Eye and on/Urg| *cook qua"above, books. eto",1 l .,' i!
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death from a gun shot In the. handsof I Every; bott'e 1 I. warranted. For.... by at the hotel Jacksonville.7ii wUt bo Mid chs f9r cash.
a party unknown I jUkerman-Stswart Drug Co: 11-10HW Fraltland ,Fla. following 1 date Doc.Arlington 44k. Tl on. .the' ''E1na..fA1..IfIII": Fls7j \U-I..
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