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The Palatka weekly advertiser
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 Material Information
Title: The Palatka weekly advertiser
Portion of title: Palatka advertiser
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1905
Publication Date: -1902
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Jan. 2, 1902.
General Note: Alex. E. Wattles, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 2, 1902.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33474840
lccn - sn 95047296
System ID: UF00087245:00207
 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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There'll be no End of Bargains at m I George Zehnbar Dead.

i Oeorge J. Zehnbar, sheriff of Put
nam county from January, 1886 to
Jan. 18dl. died at his home In Jacksonville '1
last week. Death was due
FEARNSIDE'S. to pai-nlyals the third stroke from ,<'
which lie Buffered about a week before 'I
his death and since which time "
ides all hope of his recovery had been I
They are an all-the-year I event at the Big Store. r l abandoned. ; Y
a, For the past several yean Mr. 'I
h'; ? Zehnbar had been olalm agent of the
Some<< people regard bargains as a special garment for Florida East Coast Railway and for

special occasions Not.so here. R t u ll i l i I I I L 'I jig $ i .rt t t r l I L; In three Jacksonville.year past had After made leaving hIs home Pa- l ,I


: People who have been our steady customers for years Ii: :: J 11 r i i1 I I''I I .L Ut latkr Augustine.he lived several year In St. t l

will all tell you that when they want the newest and best in t.t Mr. Zehnbar Is survIved by his :" !
wife and three married daughter :'. '
', Mr. Bacon, Mrs. 0, G. Grain, and ' t Id Mr. W. D. Pitch ford. The Jacksonville -

Clothing Shoesand I Metropolis of Tuesday pays
the following tribute to the deceased: 'I

t a w, The death of Mr. Ueo. J. Zehn- : .
'
bauer, In this '
city Thursday after a

all manner of things that Hen and Boys wear, they are a a s w 0,s, A, ,' .long, has Illness awakened, superinduced old .by paraly'I"'I"'I".Is.

sure of getting just what.they want in our store. e to the time when he wa In
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young vigorous life and
e,,, as .' !

Our business reputation and our magnificent trade t v V.i as some was a specimen to be found of perfect anywhere.manhood Mr. .'

has been built upon a foundation of t I Zehnbauer was one of the young .
sheriffs of which Florida has had *o 'j
many from 1878: to the present time.
Honest Modern Goods at Honest Prices. His home wa at Palatka then and
his visits to Jacksonville were frequent .'

That reputation Is what caused the rush of buyers to tt Putnam House Palatka Open January 10th. late Henry, and I In>. Holland conjunction, sherlll with of Du-the

visit our store during the ten day's flurry immediately preceding t val county thee officials proved a
terror to evil doen. Mr. Holland
Christmas.The PUTNAM HOUSE OPENINGThe Our Christmas Tro.de. himself wa the equal of Mr. Zehn-
FOOLING A GREAT DOCTOR. bauer In appearance and vitality.

people'that bought of us then are talking for us tt Date-January loth. S. V. 'There Is not a merchant In Palatka Two luch fine looking young officers ;.
who is not congratulating himself on The Trick the Bellaa Playas .. were a subject of comment and a ,
now.// Warner Binghamton.. a big Christmas business A trip Sir Morell Mak..'.. pride to their respective communi '

If you will look at any calendar for 1906 you will see t. ; N. Y.. is the New with through the Leiuon 'street and a talk The Belgians once succeeded In getting ties. They descended from honorable ,"
majority of dealers reveals cut rates on an operation from Sir Mo- parentage, and were to the manor .'
that there will be just 312 Bargain Days in Clothing and f Manager. the fact that all did a business this rell Mackenzie. He engaged to attend a born possessing every instinct of the ,',

Men's Furnishings during the coming year atFearnside :t tIi The biff Putnam Honsn will open year equal any |re-Chrlstma to a BO per cent trading Increaseover in case at Antwerp. When he landed be true..It Southerner I*sad contemplate as did their that father these

: Its doors to the public on Wednesday, their history.Christmas. was met by three men in mourning two
sit men are no more,though apparently -
Mk January lOth. buying bogan about 10 who Informed him, according to the In the year. gone were destined t'
The new manager of the Putnam days before that day and Increased Header MagiiElne, that the patient bad for a long lite. Mr. Holland' death
Clothing Company arrived last Tuesday. In volume with the days. The climax died but that they would pay his full wa sudden while that of hi* official
lIe l U Mr. H., V. Warner of Binghamton was reached on Saturday., All fee. companion was slow entailing much '
N. Y., n man of large experience that day the city was full of people "And now;" said the nan, "since ybu uttering and embarrassment and 't
;;. 111 the management of big hotel from all parts of this and adjoining are here what do you say to visitingtlie the end was no doubt a relief, a! the
properties and who knows the bual- counties. The buying WBS brisk. hope of had vanished.
recovery
Ness from the ground up. Not a single city hospital and giving a clinic for
Palatka Florida. t store had sufficient help "These two men came prominently
Mr. Warner quite well-known In to wait on Its trade. Lemon street the benefit of our local surgeons It Is before the public at a time when our ,
tSi: this city which he has frequently was simply jammed with Christmas not often they have an opportunity of country wa prostrate from the effects .)''
win-ere. buyers. The O. S., & F. train pulled benefiting by such science as yours." of a long and devastating war band I, "
HlH-lH 1tiii'I-Wf'I'1'1'ii' i JnU ll'ff'fl'ltUUUnlfIi !1 //ent Into the depot late with three extra Sir Morell said he would gladly com- under a new order of things J, I
each winter dnr the past five at passenger coaches packed to the ply. lie went to the hospital and performed caused by the result of that war.
the home of his daughter, Miss Car- doors. Other trains and Incoming many_operations, among which Upon them and with thousands of }
.--- rie Warner Carter at Lake Coma. boats were similarly loaded. other young men devolved) the task i(
were two of a similar nature to that for
Mr Warner began his hotel career The hotels and Kupperbusch's restaurant of assisting the older men to bring ,
b h P h at the Fifth Avenue Hotel In New had nil they could do to feed which he had been called over. When order out of to conform
York and at a time when that famous the people. Mr. Kupperbusch served uo-finished, all thanked blm profusely.On thing to the changed condition, as ".
hostelry was the swellest In the city a continuous meal and there the steamer going home be met a well as to rebuild that which bad
DlalTiondsAlatches. He spent several yearn there and wasn't a time from 10 a. m. to mid- friend who bad a business hove In. been torn down and the grand work
( ? >< then was sent lo the tattle House, night that his tables were not full. Antwerp. begun then for the redemption of
Mobile, Ala., that house being at the F" J. FearilHlde the clothier, stat Tretty scurvy trick they played on Florida wa the foundation stone of j
and Silver Novelties time under the satire proprietorship ed that If he had sold but one-third you, Sir Morell" our present prosperity and good con
: as the Fifth Avenue Hotel. After of what he actually did he would dition."
do ? the
"What asked sur
1 mean
you
remaining at the liattle House mime have considered it the biggest kind
It m-r- ATSMITH'S ----- -=_ time Mr. Warner' VUIH inuclo manager of a day. goon.
of the famous Point Clear Hotel 1 III Leo Jacobson says his trade was' "Told you the patient died before you Midnight Service.A .

Mobile Bay, where he remained several simply: unprecedented.And arrived, didn't theyT'.Yes. midnight service will be held at

the Jeweler. t E; seasons that was the case from one St. Marks church Sunday December.
r After quitting the south he bcciime end of the street to the other. 1 "Lied. You operated on him and a sist, luoe.
the contracting manager of the New One saloon keeper said he sold friend with the samo trouble at the This service will be begun as the
Glfta for Ladle or O.ntlemen. The very choicest of Gold! and Gold 1 Flllud I 1 Yolk Central Runway eating house nnoiiRli liquor to float Palatka; but 1 clinic Got two operation for one 'old year goes out and the new year
well selected stock of Diamond Mounted at Buffalo, N. Y., and 1 at the same then, you know It don't take muchto price l Is ushered in. All are cordially invited -
Watohee A
(fully guaranteed)
: .t E; time controlled I ho eating prl..II"Keof float this city. to attend. The usual service
Rings and Brooches. Plain and Engraved Buttons. Scarf Plus and Wnlst the Erie Railway nt Turner's' Htiitlon. :' The L; M. Meyer Go's storo was .... at 7:110: p. tn. will be omitted. On
Ir Set*. Also Fancy Neck Chain In Gold and Gold Filled with Lockets in In this work he was engagedror crowded all day and the buying was The 5.11. In tb. 0. Monday January 1, 1906 at 7:80
Roman or Polish. Brush Combs and Mirror Set, Military Het In Silver T1 12: years when he leased the famous bilsk. Gay Bros sold enough high The salts of the sea have fed throughout I a. m. there will be holy communion.
Thousand Island Hotel In the grade groceries to provision an army. all time counties living thing
;): French Grey, Ebony and liorn. The very best )line of Umbrellas! to be E St. Lawrence river, mind here lie remained Oh It was a big. day In Palatka, all which have thronged Its water and Expires Suddenly.

obtained. v as proprietor for 10 years right. whose remains now form the rock of
During the punt several! years Mr Mr. J. F. Brewer died at an early
continents or lie spread In bed of un-
y/\\//:.:: / wv q q q.i q q ,yt. ,y ,y Warner has not been, nctlveiy "engaged A Grateful Company. known thickness over 00,000,000 square hour Christmas morning In her
"' '---8''", ,.....,,,,.,''' ''' '',.,'',.,'''.''''.'-__-'." In the hotel 1 .liusiin-14. but- Said miles of the 143,000,000 miles of rooms In the Kean block. She was
Mr. F. J
square
It with the Fearneidepresidentof taken ill with
He Is going Into now Saturday night congestion -
the FonrnHlde Clothing Co: "This the ocean' floor. They have lent the
-- determination t.. place the great and condition grew steadily -
Administrator's Notice. *". rur:' ''lIr.lll1IIr..lJll i : ; !' II' iii' ,//Ii'.1II'iilli''' '.*i'Jli'' : ,11I,11, liIIIl'" Putnam House on elm Emma fouling. company feels peculiarly grateful to substance to build the frlDglng'reeta worse until her death at S a. m. Y
: of popularity that .In-longed. to It in the people of Putnam county for the of the land and all the coral Island of Monday. It is stated that there was $

Undue MoiiM. hereof nhereby.IVeu. ,to.,wit.' on that tB.lfHh.U, day month ol April.after r--.r N the (lays, of Oxcur llirron, and the large bestowed and constantly growing the patronage the sea, and there are at present on heart complication*.
A, aloe.. 1 will Ui. mount Jadiis ol Orvis's.In during past year, the basis of an average salinity of 8% The funeral was private and was t'
Pulnioi County, PPoride, lor a tho further' aOinlulatrailoa ot tha "".taM pf = ; of every citizen of felt during the coming year by forenoon. Rev.Mr.Richey officiating.The .
the
cooperation
of water which make the ocean's
Julia B Wade,laloot dcoaaMil. selling even better goods at lower uj
millrolat1f,1: : PI.lalka. Interment was In West View
tor. We have had 00,000,000,000,000,000 tons, or 10,173-
Thll Itlh day ol Ooiob.rA!>.,1UU6. Ool UTmExecutor's During the past year thin city has prices. a magnificent I cemetery.Mrs. .
n = W gone to the, front by leap. and businessoud the" promise of IIMX) Is 000 cubic miles of salt 1'h1aJa sufficient Brewer was the wife of Capt.
Nowfor bounds, but nothing has happened for even better. to cover the areas of all the J.F. Brewer the well-known liquor
Notice. H
In the past that can or does mean so lands of the earth with a uniform layerof I dealer. Her home was formerly at '"3
To whom It mar oonoern much for the welfare of the city as Way of the Transgressor.Last salt to a depth ot 1,000 feet, Birmingham, Ala. She was married "n
air moatbo Bnul altar the data hereof I will praeftiu = the opening of the Putnam House.It Saturday morning's press dig- to Capt. Brewer several year ago,
omnlr my Judge ol account Putnam and County vnuohnra, riorlila to and the our new is our chief attraction and< thatIt path II. told of the suicide of B. J. Pere'. Railway .Wo..... and he ha the sympathy of many
aik to be d..b.r.edm. the further....mln.. will attract thousands to our city Gibbons, aged 87, at Norfolk Va., A remarkable railway one of the friends In his bereavement
"JbU Monoliliee.tnleof December,A,&D.. D 1MB.Admlnlalrator Tuckar. deneaead, during the present tourist season allWMn'warnaer and the fact that he had left a letter wonders of Peru Is that which rune ,

H J. LECTOR, admitting that he wax a bigamist. from Callao to the gold fields of Cerrode Mr. rut
ol the will of i.D.Tucker,des CatalogOver Is taking right hold of Suicide was due to the Inevitable remorse Faeco. Beginning In Callao It
Hr-itan the work of Betting the house In that follows crime and the Hon. s. J. Hilburn of this olty ha 'I
ascends the narrow valley of the RI-
readiness for tho opening day. Nothing fear of discovery In all not hardened just received the appointment of division -
Executor Notice: remain! now to be done but to to that life.Palatka mao, rising nearly 5,000 feet In the first counsel for the main line of

Nola' I.hereby lIoa.Io.11..... _."'= = = lay the carpets and to set up the fur people are not Interested forty-six miles., Thence It goes through G. S. F. R'y In Florida, and will
liI'b., MO"",we.hall liven mate hat anal 011 rvturna ol our ,I nlture. The work of heating In this case more than other like the intricate gorges of the Sierras till It enter upon his duties the first of the
.C.Tii. and '"""".... aa axeoutora 01 he I a'l'f = painting getting the boilers, cases of dally occurrence, except for tunnels the Andes at an altitude of rear Owing to the Importance of
Illustrating
deaemd'end and Ualament' ol Kdward .. Jenkins 100 pages 'apparatus, elevators, etc.. In order the fact that some years ago Ulbbona 1 .1HIS feet the highest point In the this appointment Mr. Hilburn baa
Iietuton apply EDWARD htroor dlacbariia JliMKlMB aa auoh, has been going on all summer and spent several weeks In this city. He. world where a piston rod la moved by thought best to resign as local counsel -
ALMA J. ..OtUB"' ,. = the areeinitheinterior of the was a preacher then and at least on steam. This astonishing elevation Is for the Atlantic Coast Line.FLORAHOME. ta'
Ihuut4 rla II&RAK A. .MKINS. Diamonds great house possible one occasion occupied the pulpit of reached In leventy-eUjbt miles.
?Da.al 11106o ,
e' condition. St. James M. E. church. He deliv-
Order Iii A well-known French chef will ered several lenturcs at the time of .
for Publication. have charge of the culinary c department his stay here in an evangelists tent To Trt sprat.. sir
Watches .
"l! SulIl0 ''coo aT. B'OHTH JCDtCIAt and an expert steward has that had been sot up on the old Lar- The most successful treatment for Y Mr. and Mr*. A. W. Davlson of
W Cui>fo J PUTNAH!! (,COUNTY '.WlUDaAim. been engaged. The table will be the klns House lots. With him was his sprain li use of hot footbath for fifteen Vermont are spending the winter
= In Florida, and the and small child. He minutes tbree time a day. Follow -
.Troup, equal of the best wife No. 1 a wIth Mr. and Mr*. A. W. Tucker.
Compla1D&D' Jewelry
?? dining room will be attended by obtained the reputation while hereof each bath with massage for fifteen
laauelTronp.balaiidanl. \ Dll.oru.). white women waitress from New being a "religious sponge"-a sort minutes, then apply snugly a rubber Mr. Charles Tilden and sIster ofSt.
bill i n.I/S *..W.' b7 amdavu epp.nded lo the yogi Sterling BIlTarTea lull -I.HflClocks = York and Boston. of "the Lord will provide" apostle bandage from toes up to ai high M I Louis are topping at the Park t
bet TrnunftliBboT* atatad eauaa Ibaa aainr Here's to the success of the Putnam who expected the Lord's people to ankle and have patient walk. Ballet I house and will soon move Into their
: :;. ":i tberetn named 4 e Cut Glass Silverware, House and its manager B. V. do the providing. his natural right winter home. a
MiLidi!""*"' 8a e ot Plor14codk.is' of Palatka dancers use this method with inch success ,
The good people
pur-
OeoUuu eaJ.r tO ta>aal, ud' Va la*.tha'ollwomy Hiata...n ot i C Warner. chased the tickets with which himself that they are seldom incapacitated Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Small pent
ran otVtond rv: 'end,that tare la KM Peraoa In the 'Bt.t. Platedware Holiday Novelties. Street Hold Up. and family secured passage for work longer than a weelu-Medical Sunday In Lake Upon
could Whom ">eeer taeo HubpoonaihatiTu"1 A Lemon home. Record,
dead t>"'<">>anti Is'a tharolora ortoillTJln iiiL Mr. and Mr. Browning of Franoi
Ocklawaha a
he b : !':.i:*-",.to ldanf Defendant ba Slid Satisfaction Guaranteed. James Pinner, an aged well-known e* Llttl Hl....... are spending the week at thesbome
oml'lala.II' sppsey 4 the DIII of I logger and a man from ministry.
in mild es,..o. or before M.a.1 and Careful Attention. river was! held up by two negroes wife No. 3 at Valdosta. Ua. on Dec From an account of the Doncaster of Mr. V, Jain.
Prompt Palatka
w 4..u'::1::slldujonb: or'senty6111:: \ Will:: 0'055 Wan I Mall Orders Receive In on Lemon street Insr Saturdaynight 14th and after living with her several (England) Art club' annual exhibition Miss Fanny and Mis Zelia JaIn
It anfe.ed ...e..dant. I and relieved of $5.76 In cash days abandoned her In Atlanta. In the Doncaster Gazette: "Minealso -: the Christina I'j'
4In"bee am spending holidays
lbhsd oea ordWed week thai Ibis Order be puk-. :: : & Crosby Co. "nd a lack knife. One of the men Wife No. 1 l la In Norfolk with her roes In for portraiture. In hitting with their parent here.Monday ,
and .
: Greenleaf old man by the arms two children. In the letter
J .IdCucsyisJeybeawspsp.rpubIleb.dl.Q r :: young off her father bead her Intention are
: pinioned his hands to his bock while left by the suicide he expressed un- good but the execution lack very much was held the annual colony
;of Dee. :..a. typo ma"1 Inl 1Il18, ""e&wll JEWELERS and SlWERSMITHS. .. His accomplice went through bisp0Ai"ooii dying love for both wives. Of late In artistic finish." 1 dinner at the Long home. Oood
Fle.fIgJ140 he had been a traveling sales In abundance '
/ Jack.onvl11e, year 1 things were provided
!L JOeEPH PlttOJl: In the London Moll's description, of a *
a Pinner notified ..
Street Mr.
Iollolto. for Com.4ina./- Clerk... Cireutttourt) .adb. .e, 41 Wed Day .dl1l1 XJUi;X.'iE'161tt"JRWI; : ; :; the as police! released and the following man. ___________ parade In honor of the king of the Hellene :and ner.over'a hundred sat down. to diu- ti lt w
RIf"::EiIIII lnR, .JIOJItA&; mornll.'Chlef Hogan had Unas. GRIP QUIOKLT KaouKBD OUT. the reporter said "The soldiers,
-- -- -- ---" log! and Harvey! Poe under arrest Some weeks ago during the severe clad only In their scarlet tunics presented Monday night a Christmas program
. The Best Exerciseto stw-rm -'-- ----- --ill["T.Z7T.777TT.777 7JJI: Sims Mr. Pinner Identified one of the ne- winter weather both my wife .and myself in unpleasant contrast with the : was given at the school house. r
: y r I I Santa Clan appeared and gifts were ;
went through
who colds which
RII the man contracted severe speedily warmly clad member of the police
had gToee were brought' before Into the wont kind of la I I distributed.
faun They developed "
force.
: : ". a .wnioto a game builder of Box reCAPT. M. R. RYAN'S1s his pocket.Judge Coxe and pleaded[ not grippe with all Its miserable ymptone.Landing I From the window of a British,tailor! CMTAIW Coal von Csour.'aM"A ,,; 1.
,. and an appetite but 18ya Mr. i. B. Egleston of Maple -
pro.ok.r. of robbery "We hive cleared a Scotch merchant'sremains
M'wt poop court on the charge Iowa. "Know and Joints aching When a child show symptoms of
,4 Alley, Is the a tell us that our n who muscle ore, head topped up eyes and of high clan overcoating at a ,croup there la no time to experiment
know s
ever played do" tbs take the only Complete appeared as a "witness .0 nose running with>alternate spells of big reduction." with new remedies no matter how high;
"3 their word for'OtI. W. much of the affair that lie wa. also chill and fever. We. began using ly they may be reoommened. There I*
'. free Tuosday itL.dleaploy held. John.on had Pinner1 knife In Chamberlain'*.Cough Remedy, aiding DRAGGING TO DEATH one preparation that can always be depended ,? 1
afternoous. FurnishingEstablisHment nsseesfon.' the same with a dose of Chamberlain's A miserable Invalid suffering from upon I* has been In urn tor, ''I
'i; Maurice House "'API three of the negroes are u.s.o.. Stomach and Liver Tablets aod by Us disordered female function monthly maty year and ha never been knownto -
., Lamon They live by gambling and are liberal use soon completely I knocked out pain, nervousness, falling feelings, dlElness *- fall vii: Chamberlain'Cough Beme- J
,' in palatka. lute. their olut. the grip" Indigestion blUloURD..... constipation dr. Give IB and .a quick care l I. sure to k
[, Box Ma'and 'I omen? Two of these omen called.rhlai It b I a good plan to take a dose of the eta., will find relief In Wine of follow. Mr. M. F Compton ot'Market.'
, Tso Vlu Alloy,' 10" exhibit. H gan'" home and offered Tablets when :you have aeold. They Cardul and Tnadford'i B'sot-Drsught, Tease, say ft It, "I have used. Chain,
, ;,. Central New Oooda in all line now ou Tnnav that official the 6.75 taken promo'. a healthy action of the bowels two of the most valuable reliable eolnn- berlain'tough' Remedy la,severe eases
I ...... Lemon Street' I Pinner two dollar for the low liver and kidneys whlon la always: brnePolal tine curative medicines known for the of croup with my children and en
.J of from his knife and ten dollar extra to when the system: I* congested by s treatment of slek women They are sold truthfully say It always give prompt Ii Y+h.
VICTOn' RECUR JbLTiajTUJJEaJLiA AIlJE compromise the case and let the ne- sold or attack of the grip for sale by at all drug*,store, and eaould b. la rslief" :For ale by AckermanStewartDro4 >'

Call on our agent wSgteii; 000. Office go. A.okei'man-Stewart Drug Company, every borne. ,Try them.' eompsaj'S.
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THE PALATKA NEWS able to prove that more vote were CAMELS OUTDONE.

cast for Alexander than the returns 1 -The

AND ADVERTISER showed." Now Governor Uroward Craatoraa: ThC' Ua For Bxt..ded F.. DRAGGING

Entered at the Palatka postoffloea Should come out In manly fashion rloda Without DrloIclBsr. \ ----.1

mailable matter of the second and acknowledge that he has been Other creatures than the camel Kre

ola .. buncoed.. ablo to get along for extended periods Inner
without drinking. Sheep In the south
P.Wished! at. Palatka Fla., ou The Land- -Department- of (the Florida western deserts go for forty to sixty down pains are a symptom of the most serious" ,trouble which can

Fridays by Enst Coast Hallway company( has days In wlnter,.wlthout drink, gracing attack a woman, Ylz: 'failing of the womb. With this generally -
RUSSEU'CKERS. on the green, succulent vegetation of or profuse periods, wasteful, weakening
received a diploma and been awarded come Irregular painful, scanty Construction
that season. Peccaries In the desert of nervousness: dizziness irritability -
headache,
medal the and drains. dreadful backache ... ')
a gold
president
i W.. A. RUSSELL dII.l ; by Sonora live) lu little dry bills where to walk. loss of appetite color and 1(

I" .. .. ,_ .. directors of the Loulminu PmchiiHe there I Is no uaturnl water for long periods tired feeling. Inability '> Exposition for the best exhibit of They cannot possibly find"wntftp*- beauty. The cure 14WJ

t IF HE'D KEPT HIS MOUTH citrus fruits and pineapples at the In fact, for months at a time. TIe only I i't vik7 .! something wo 11l1rticlI

SHUT.The !8t.: Louis Exposition lallt )'enr. The molsturo. they can obtain comes from larly want to show you.

medal Is now being prepared nt the roots and the fruits of cacti, but the
Times-Union of Tuesday contained most extraordinary Is that of Jljo) CARDUI
U. 8. mint and will be forwarded as I
a full report what Is termexl! packet mouse, one of the common rodents
soon as completed._Tlifl Florida' exhibit
Buck's stand the
the "Wllllama-Lamar. Clash of of the Insert This.llttla creature, No Ilange except: : a ,can searchlight :
of the East Coast Hallway[ hat
Word In the.Housebf Representatives won over the finest displays of citrus by the way, has n genuine fur lined orWoman's of thorough inspection? It's"a question
early la the present month "I, cket" ou the outside of Its cheek.:
1' Mr. Lamar's predicament at Lbs fruit ever gotten together In this When It Is hungry It takes food from Reliefthat which part of Buck's,, the\)Jnside or outside i in

I country, and the company Is. entitled this pocket with Its paw, ;Just as a man
.: close of the discussion best Stoves
plotur. This .
toBnck'o1
ed In this and story from to the thanks of every lover of would pull a bam sandwich from his marvelous. curative extract, or natural essence, of herbs, which the best.! applies Kniig.es

paragraph Florida. It Is no Insignificant thingto pocket One of these mice has been exerts such a wonderful strengthening Influence on all female organs. or Heaters. *:,
Mr. :
i Williams'reply down those California exhibitors. kept for three years with no other food the menses. stops drains and stimulates -
Cardul relieves regulates
1\\ L Now, Mr. Chairman I have clone than the mixed bird seed of commerce. pain,
I I malice and In the muscles to pull the womb up Into place.It .
what I did "in to none A HEARTY LAUGH. During tills period It bad uot a taste of
! charity to all." promoted the icon- Is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaint
either water or green food Other experimenters
tie man who has Just taken his seat- ,. .. .
It a Bl .ln*, Tbl. llefloK of Sanhl -
the gentleman from o'iorida-to foreign Soul. have found In fact, that
atTalrs, which is tile fourth most -T these mice In captivity refuse such WRITE: US A LETTER t'l SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN
which
cold
r Important committee of this house. The chilling atmosphere\ treats not seeming to know that water all In womb and ovaries" writes Mrs.
In strictest confidence. telling us my
The committee on rules Is first, ways sometimes pervades a reception or other Is gooi) to drink. The bird seed put be- your troubles. We will send. free adNaomi! Bake of Webster GrovesMo.,

and mentis second. appropriations social gathering is often entirely fore this mouse contained not more vice (In plain sealed envelope). Ad"and my menses were very painful
I third, und foreign attaint fourth, because dissipated by the hearty, ringing laughter tlinii 10 per cent of moisture, which la dress: Ladles' Advisory Dept., The and Irregular. Since taking Cardul
.I It deals with International of some simple, genuine soul who less than Is necessary for digestion. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga feel like a new woman and do not
and with the affairs of the \:
questions suffer as I did.
Stuff so dry as this cannot even be Tenn.
State department, whose cabinet Is bubbling over with fun. The stiffness
head Is the American premier Now and constraint which a minute swallowed until It Is moistened by ---- ----- -- ----------1- JXii

) if the gentleman had gone along before embarrassed tile whole company saliva Yet this remarkable mouse -

quietly it would have helped him In relieved If gave nothing but his time to the Interests _, ___' __ ___ a -- -
by innglc.
Florida; It would not have hurt him, are es of science. lie 8ul'terecll1Otlllng In ATLANTIC COAST LINE
''I } and it I may be excused for telling There Is something In genuine spontaneous health or spirits during bis captivity. ","", ..w..W'-

an anecdote on a grave and dlgnltlttd humor which removes all restraint Brooklyn Eagle.SYMPATHETIC. A Paint : t:
occasion, I believe I will tell one. scatters embarrassment, relieves J0'We

One body man was carried died in to New the morgue.York.. Ills A as no Introduction tension and welds or conversation souls together can. LISTENERS V ,Furnish The Great Through Gar Line From Florida

description of the body was publishedin
the paper Finally two brothers It puts the shy at ease, dissipates prejudice Th. Help They May Afford to Slow made to sell well

out in Texas whose father had gone gives confidence to the timid qnd and Indifferent TalUera, Good CONNECTIONS :

to New York at some time concluded reassures the shrinking soul. The At no time more than when a thought must be made .to ,
It was their father. The corpse bore cheery smile or the spontaneous laugh Is struggling toward expression should ((Jl To East{ I| TIlE ATLANTIC COAST LINE via Charleston) ,

\ their fathers name. They were awakens sympathy and arouses feelings a friend bear with a friend's. infirmities. wear well. (' the J Richmond and Washington,
ranchmen and wealthy; so they wired '
of friendliness. It seems to melt A deep sympathy should be poured GroceriesEvery
said, "the to
on and body seems
of and If to all barriers. out with lavish affection about time Our The" Louisville & Nashville via
t. be the body so so; so, To )t Montgomery
Oh what riches live In soul! ,
have the undertaker dress the corpse a sunny one who Is seriously striving to say West }
in a proper manner and embalm it What a blessed heritage is a suuuy some real thing. In this atmosphere of sales on i Day I' the j The Mobile Ohio R. R. via Montgomery
.' I and they would be up there. They face, to be able to fling out sunshine patient,, sympathetic Intelligence thc

: went on up and looked at the corpse, wherever ouo goes to be able to scatter Inept word the crude phrase, the w holly I ,r rr 1 Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company tot
and It lacked very much like what the shadows and to lighten sorrow will be : 0
Inadequate New
expression enabled KflRI t I York Philadelphia Boston
3 in the
their father. had been. Now, S rwinWillioill3 :
laden hearts to have power to send to do their work and the thought the \.
there was on it one of those under. cheer luto souls via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y., Wash Bait.
through a
t taker's cloths to fceep the lower jaw !despairing transference will be effected; the f, I Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transpor-
down. The cloth In suuuy and a radiant heart I And If, thought will be safely lodged In the Year. Via Steamship
i from dropping
J tation,Company for Baltimore and 1I'hilo.To .
Is combined witha
this
haply heritage Point
I? some way became dislocated, and mind of the other. slightly bruised In I
the jaw dropped down, and there fell superb manner and exquisite per transit,, but Intact and Intelligible.With Frosli and Now I'I'I
Our Goods are
sonality, no wealth can compare KEY WEST ) via PENINSULA AND-
out of the mouth of the corpse n set money an "T know what you mean" ,
of false teeth. Then these boys who with its value. "Exactly," or "Go on; I understand" this, season I and we would like to have you and

t had come to New York said : "That This blessing Is not very difficult of much help may bo rendered, and at call and Inspect them. HAVANA \ OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO.
Is not our father. He never had amounts to
acquisition for a sunny face Is but a over convenient for '
false. teeth ; ho did not have time to last when the thinker of tho thought It It Is not you

get false teeth and we decline to pay Tha reflection sunshine of a does warm not generous heart.first has placed his friend In possession and fifteen tons ;1 to call Just phone your order In to Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of the principal railway"
t 1 the funeral expenses" nothing thus appear by reason of this effort has entered Into ::1 No. 84, and It will receive promptand t of the Southern States are on sale by the principal agents.
I far having been done. Then the Undertaker upon the face but in the soul. The fuller possession of it himself the careful attention. 'Through' Pullman Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York via Atlantic East Cowl
f, had.. conversation with the glad smile that makes the face radiant conversation Is in a way to begin. which is 30,000 Line; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern lull way."
) corpse after the boys had left. Said Is but a glimpse of the soul's sunshine. Then lavish upon the elaboration of the 1 f For complete Information call on E. P. Jackson Ticket agent, or address,

, he. "Oh yes; if you had kept your -0. S. Marden In Success Magazine. thought all the beauties that can be pounds. L. C. For reservations and Information apply to Agents Atlantic\ Coast Line, or write:
k blamed mouth shut you would have out of balance Stephens S' PRANK O. BOYLSTON. Dint.. Pass Agent. .W. D. STARK, Traveling Paw igt!
woven
r. J had a first-class funeral (great laugh. w01'l1lprcclalon, I3H West Bay street Astor Building Jacksonville Florida
L I ter), conducted in a first-class manner UNIQUE FEATS.Odd music-but let us, dear lover of I I B. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG General Passenger Agent.
', with all sorts of plumes and language, remember to be discreetly A errnon.Sreworl Kirby and Morris Streets, Wilmington North Carolina.
Ph7 lo l Trick. That Peopl
horses
and listen
feathers and four black and a gentle with averted glance
great big metallic casket. and a linehearse ll.r. And Thar Can Do. I while the thought Is still in negligee. I Palatka Florida.
and hired mourners, with all A group of tiavcllug men were dlscuHslug ,
Atlantic A. E. WILSON GEO. E. WELCH. T. B. MEBBltL.PHESIDBNT. .
COrn [
the latest embellishments so wel- unique feats and physical lila Ony. L YIOI PBBSIDKKT. CABBIII
r' come to the feelings of corpses; but tricks that people here and there The Cellar of Bordeaux M "

you could not keep your mouth shnt, cnn do. The ----- -- ------ ---- THE
wlll'seeui
cobwebs to an Impressionable .
Putnam
National Bank
and will be burled without
%J I now you 1 know said
any honors and nobody will attend a Chlcagoan one visitor the noblest things In THE SUDAN NATIVES. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
"who whistle tune and hum Its
I- the funeral. There will not even be can a the Bordeaux cellars. Some of them Tax Deed UninT Section 8 of Chsl.tel"IM8
any hired mourners." accompaniment nt the same time. He look like thick pile curtains somber in Tbr One. Thought Whit Me. to B* Laws of Florida. Or EaJ.a/tte.a.:

k Mr. Chairman, it Is seledom. Indeed ulstles through a flat uot through file hue, of course, but famously suggestive Submarln Monster. Notice Is hereby given th..tV.. O, ,
4 that Intense national Interest usual round bole and tile deep, musical of warmth. And with even only a There Is a passage In one of the ancient Townsend, purchaser. of tax ceHlllcute We solicit, the accounts of the people throughout Putnam County, and tondor ill I

can be aroused In the exhibition of accompaniment together with the shrill moderate Imagination one may go to Arab histories to the effect that No. 641 duted the !2nd day of Jti y, the courtesies and aooommeilatlone, consistent! with good Banking.

any man's sores unless the sores are nevtuess of the whistle makes a and fro among the barrels fancying the "the white people corns from time other A D I'.JUO\ has filed said certificate lu ...
of a contagious character Happily mighty attractive thing to bel r." side of the sea." This statement has my ofllce. and has made application fn -- _
pendant shapes overhead are dusky a :. ----- 8r"U.
--
+ :
: :: : :::: : +
for mankind the of injured
sores
"I Knew a barber," said the second stalactites Instead of the airy next to become so distorted among certain tax deed to issue In accordance with lAW.

vanity are never contagious. drummer, "who had a unique way of nothing as they really are. If you hold tribes of natives of the Sudan that Said certificate embraces situated the following .== : .tna.r.c.: : ::1ha.JJO.a.oy::: =-
described In Putnam
tracking nuts. lie would place a nut your candle high enough you may they believe that the whtto,mu come Florida property to-wlt : PALATKA. FLORIDA
A TRUE DEMOCRAT. between the back of Ills Lead and a shrivel few yards of the fabric. But from the bottom of the s< a. A wily county ote_
Wt of nwj and nwj !. section !tl. Drugs Chemicals Sundries and
! The following definition of a democrat tone or brick wall and then ho would that were truly a shocking deed of Arab I leader In this district once Informed township 12, range 20_120 acres. Druggist

( !, Is by Congressman. John Sharp, give himself a sharp rap on the fore- \vandalism for though no layman can bis followers that they bad The said land being assessed at the Patents.
: bead with his fist. Tha nuts would understand why this dismal tapestryIs nothing to fear from tile white men, date/ of the Issua ice of such certificate I PRESCRIPTIONS OAftETUt-LY COMPOUNDS
I I Williams, minority leader in the:
; t t crack open every time" reverenced as It Is, lila Ignorance will ns they could not live away from the In the name of Unknown. Unless mEsa GARDEN SEED. ......n.. Mallory Bloanulilii LI...
f lower house of congress., It occurs "A Manayunk man" mild the third, not be held sufficient excuse for his water. The fact that a high official said certificate shall bo reduumed a = b... .!'S !:r .':': so;;;

.'" In a letter written last summer to "can give his head a jerk that turns crime.-Chambers' Journal. took his bath dally was further considered according to law' tax deed will' tasue - ------------- ----- --=
fI"i I Congressman Lamar, whose recently back his eyelids. lie has to turn them confirmatory evidence of tbe thereon on the 30 h day of December! I

). acquired radicalisms to his placing down again with Lila flngors.: This is M.r.I.... by ..o.r. submarine origin of the white man. A.Witness D. 1906.my official slgnatuie and seal ,' nrnrm"mmm"'mmm", '

himself in a position where he on ugly feat, md I'm glad It Is rare." In Holland, says a Scotch paper, The Arabs, In order to retain their Influence this the :33d day of November A D 11105,

was made the laughing stock of the "I knew at school," said the fourth marriage by proxy Is allowed. This is over the natives spread broadcast [raRAL] JOSEPH PHI, E. PAINTS

) entire House of Representatives: drummer, "a boy uamud, Ducky Ad- ,, the so called "marriage by the glove" the report that tbe white men Olerk Circuit Court Putnam Co. Florida

," I "A true democrat Is neither ama who could play tunes by snapping and In usually put In practice by a were cannibals.. The fact that they did By B. Kaymoud Price duo clerk. == -
a conservative that will wear,
nor a radical. He is both. his fingers. The thumb null first two Dutchman who Is sojourning abroad uot eat black men was explained: as ::s
t He is conservative when It comes to fingers of each hand would work away anti wanting a wife Is too poor or due to their devilish cunning They NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR E Wall Paper KuNoniiiiVi :g;

conserving or preserving or saving busily. and forth would come the clearest too far off to return home for one. In wanted to make themselves strong in Tax Deed Under Suction 8 of Chapter _-_ Glass and Varnlsli. =4
'
I, ;. right and democratic and American ,, sweetest, faintest music. I used to such a case be writes home to a lawyer tho country before beginning their horrid 4888 Laws of For Ida. ==
.' things. He la radical when it comes sit with Bucky Adams. and many a wbo selects one conformable to the practices but as they could not altogether Notice Is hereby given that 'V. O. e-- JAPALACDODGE'S ::s\
I \ to tearing. up by the roots radical tedious school session would be make requirements of his client If the gentleman do without this kind of food Townsend, purchaser of tax certIficate = -
'
, He is democratic always No. 863, dated the 4th day of A 11,
abuses. simply
:L shorter and plonsautcr with this odd approves/ be next sends the law they brought human flesh with them In pi PAINT STORE |
I and meets each question upon A. D 1893, hasfied said certificate in my :
I. gift. -New York Press. yer a soiled left band glove and a cans. InVest Africa a French expedi-
" ifi Its own merits from a democratic office, and has made applcatlon for tax
( I I standpoint and solves It with plaint power of attorney, which settles the tion had the unfortunate experience of deed to Issue In accordance with law. i2 Palatka Fla.
t j' common sense. Common sense fre. Pars 0...... Oil. business A friend marries the woman finding a portion of a human finger'. Said certificate embraces. the following : nummmuuummmmmt:;
4 quently suggests that a cause can If olive oil congeals in freezing by proxy and she Is thereafter promptly cut off, no doubt by some accident-lu described property situated in Putnam

best be carried to success by going! weather It Is a sign that It Is adulterated shipped off to bur new borne."Harridan a can of meat. Here was fresh and county Fonda to.wtti ,.f A SMALL HOT BIRDand
r slow. Common sense frequently also with lard. Very fow bottles of so conclusive confirmation of tile story Lot 1, W bonk of river seclioi 3G,
3 suggests that a battle can best be won called olive oil will stand this simple What a ." ,.. In which the people had almost ceasedto township l 12, range :20-001 acres a large cold bottle are a' Play' Box Ballllicbllrds'
I by an impetuous charge. Everything The said land belt II aanessi'd at the good combination just now.
test-In fact, we seldom get the "Hurricane" Is the old Spanish name believe, and It was only after.a con-
pure I will furnish Griffin Lot
depends upon the condition of the date of the Issflnnoe of such certificate Id the bottle: and Alley on
I ground. the situation of the enemy thing, and If we did the chances are for a West Indies cyclone but It Is siderable lapse of time that tile Idea the name of Unknown. Unless null : will let the bird look out for ,

.and your own forces that we could not eat It. At least that used by modern meteorologists to desIgnate was at length eradicated Chicago certificate shall, be redeemed ac'ordlnAI Itself. In fact, I will furnish .Under new management

; "There is no such thing in my dictionary was the experience once upon a time of a long continued wind of extreme -I News. to law, tax
as a conservative democrat. one woman who used a great deal of violence. In Beaumont's scale 30th day of December A O 1905. In Whiskies, Gins, Brandies, to 8. Ice water, > Q. Buflly. HPOr :
I There Is no such thing In my dictionary mayonnalso dressing upon her table the different winds are classed as I QUEER MA CUSTOM.. Witness my official(signature aud seal Rums, Wines, etc. User sold : ,
3' as a. radical democrat. Them Is and bad supposed that she doted on i "light,," "gentle" "fresh" and "strong" this the2.Id day of f>'ov mlipr A D 1000 by the kegor cask But aboveall

Just one thing- a democrat. Too olive oil. An Italian friend bestowed breeces. The next Is a "stiff" breeze, I The Malar Brlda !!.. to Have Hv [Scull) JOSEPH PRICE,, call for Genuine HARPER. H. DOUGLASS,
., many men who call themselves conservative I Clerk circuit court Putnam C Florida WHISKJCY: for which I
upon her a flask of the peculiarly green then a "strong" wind and then we Teeth Filed >w.r. Am Osteopathic Physician,
democrats at B. sole
are By Raymond Price agent
really clerk
dep.
heart republicans. Too many men fluid. To ber surprise not one of her strike the "gales." Tbe "gales" run Some of time national marriage customs 0130.nt Residence, Cor Orange( and n8j-
'tt who call themselves. radical democrats family herself Included could bear Its through three or four classes, the last of other countries are distinctly J. /=*. BREWER. -- -- -
I are really at heart populists or taste There was a tang to It which merging Into the "hurricane." quaint and Interesting/ and to-os appear NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB All Curable Diseases successfully treated
.
[ socialists, as the case may be-the showed them that they bad never eaten curious enough. Our conventional white Tax Dee Coder Hectloo 8 of Chapter Palatka, Florida. without drugs.. 'Chronic cases e-
i two things being by the way by no olive oil before and that they never It H_P...d in Vi..:.... satin and orange blossoms are certainly 4888 Laws of Florida. peclally solicited. _-"
Notice _
means the same thing. wanted to'eat It again. So they gave "Shay ofTsher" the man with the traditional, but otherwise we Indulge In Is hereby given that W. O I .
1 "A party cannot win ultimate success liquid burden remarked to the policeman Townsend purchaser of tax oertlllcat
the flask awny-New York Telegram.Thackeray no real madness apart from tile throw.
No. 821) dated the 4th day of
by having Its difference empha "shea all 'em bouses runnln' by'" hug of rice and old shoos. Nov., A.

of sized.course.. There The are way always. to win differences ultimate T..k..7. Apology I "Sure" replied the policeman good An Instance of a curious marriage omoe D. 1805, and has has filed made said application certificate for In tax my Just received Study at Home I I.5

success Is to minimize differences, ns once wrote In a note to a bumorcdly "I see them. custom Is. that of lower Ceylon, where deed to issue In accordance with law.

far, as possible without sacrifice of friend, alluding to an Incident occasioned "Well.whenjmin'r slx-twent'fl'oomesb a cocoa nut, which Is regarded as a sort SaId certificate embraces the following New =' .'::4 -::::;!:;-... !heif,:*
fundamental principle and to emphasize by one of his articles In Punch: 'long' shtop it, caushe 'at's miner of ornclo. Is sacrificed to the deities and described property situated In Putnam '7- _- su. -' : \::
county.Florida' to- witUov't ., .r.==:.: :. .i. '
agreed purposes. "I thought over the confounded matter Philadelphia Ledger. deUs as a solemn offering i Hl TUSSSTS sOd. .r A.ith., "...
In ; lot .8. W of river section 35. ta 'T.iiSiiS'.o.i""Sf "".....
--- In the railroad and wrote Instantly on Japan the symbolic girdle so much .... : ?,
And now comes word that the arriving here a letter of contrition and u. r.. morlt'exprcssh'e than our simple wedding township The said 19.land range 211336 acrns. Crop a.s1'es. .,. .....SrSrS.'S. "...,.

"great, election frauds case In Volusla' apology to Henry Taylor for having Duty; stands for the most part close ring Is the outward sign of m lr- date of the Issuance being of such assessed at the T.ucrM. C.I'5"*;r.rlda.;

county wherein the Irrepressible made what I sea now was a flippant at band, unobscured, I lmple,'Jmme41- rlo'goowblle'1n Burma the piercing of In the name of W. A. Bryan oertlfloat Unless I Garden ::-LLiW .Falatka

i and Irresponsible Jeems Alexander and offensive allusion to Mrs Taylor. I ate. If any' man has toe will to bear the ears Is the prelude to matrimonial said certificate shall be redeemed ':'- -
I
claimed to have been defrauded, of am glad I have done It. I am glad her .,voice to him la she willing to enter considerations. according to law. tax deed will Issue FOB,
that so many people whom I have been and to be his ready guest-Francis In Malay, however, the poor bride thereon on the 30th day; of December Seeds NOTICE OP APPLICATION Chapter
votes and for to II of .
neglect prosecute Ii1m Section
A. D. 11W6. T.x Deed Under
thinking bigoted and unfair and unjust Peabody 'experiences a bad quarter of an hour N
which Governor Brownrd recently toward me have, been right and before her marring. waimucb as she Witness ray official signature and seal 4888 Laws of Florida. _. B.
that
i re'mortd from office) Court Solicitor that I have been wrong, and my mind Toe smallest bird cannot slight urHm has to have ber tee J> filed down almost this. the Sad day of November A D 11)05 For the'' MoL Notice Is hereby of given Tax: oortldcate !

James 'V. Perkins has beet tried Is an Immense deal easier." the greatest tree without sending a to the level of Per gums a process Clerk[Basil circuit) court JOSEPH Putnam Co.PRICE, Fall No.. !877.o
and the deposed solicitor has been shock to Its Inmost fiber, EreryTntad Plteon..lypalol'uli is well as disfiguring By B Kaymond I rice. Florida.clerk PlantingCity 1003.ha. Died said rtlllcate In my '
exonerated. You see they knew A Or..t !
Jeems in DaL&nd ; they knew his "My new play Is sure to make a bit," trifling words.A expected to,part::".::-l* In the wedding Drug Store deed to issue in accordance with' I
said tb>4reat actress. "It gIns me an dance and festivities .uer8I1y.-Lon- Bald eertlncate embraces the post-election claims were on a par opportunity to display twenty new How Aspll UUm of Starlptvr don Standard. WHEN YOU WANT II described property situated In

with his ante-election predictions of gowns." There was rejoicing ID the village at county. J'lorlda.tewltt ]jEJ ,

clean sweep; they knew also that Gracious!1" exclaimed ber friend. the kllllng.f a pig. Being dead, it Inn 011 oem,cm or TOL.BDO, i.. oJ; s...l. ,Vectlon. 1, tow05Prange

he didn't carry a-slngle election precinct "How many acts r was cut up. A nelgqjxir's" cat stole secretly i.Lucas'h.007 OOCWTY.muM.euth. thai fFrank ti* la annlovMrtn Furniture, :Mattings, 27-80 acr..... sssess<* -tth

In the district; they knew "Only four but In one of them th..cene'a Into the lnrdeiaM annexed apiece ..roC the arm of P. J.uh.Dy A Co., of pork, which she: brought In I bt ln M In the nil ofTtiitMlo, Oountji saul Mist. Rugs, date of the Issuance lali
at
Jeems only a standing But a dr0ll8maker'l'bliadelpbta ,
joke. foramttU. and ti5t aAltl flrm will p jr the 'turn In the name of B. f. ,
.. r the !governor took him seriously. He Pr.... triumph tu ber mistress. Next day the I of ONK HORUHBD DOI.LAKH r.* sesh sal Art Squares or Window 'Etec\r' 'ala said certificate shall be redeelOlie,
CAUtrrh thni o.notb4cU-i
clergyman of the psrlah visited the old vary by ,deed
: disqualified Judge Stewart from ; H llr.'i"h Oar*. VB4NK OHBNKT.worn Dealers In according to law tBs A. Dtheraon ).
Talcata. woman :who recounted to him the remarkable to ...,...... m. *a sbeslbsd d Shades, consult I Electrical Supplies and on So 13th day of January
hearing the ease and sent Judge Ae to the great and commanding talents sagacity of the beast, "It P irtAvna*, lbl ems day 01 December' 5. fl 10.l n..trumont8.! BattertcJ. }.&o. e" 11106' .

.j Shaylor of Jacksonville up to De- they are the gift of ProvidenceIn ,was quite- beautiful, sir," she said (l seam) .A. W.HoUry(ILLiBON PubUff., /?'* S. MOONEY. Buildings wired forElecj0 Light ,WitOes. ml officIal signature andIth.'th A'30SEP11 8t,

Land to try It. Result "In "ten some way unknown to us. They rise piously. "to see the way'' the sweet ,Hall CftUrrti Curs b ta%***> tntvrnally .n4 PALATKA : day of ,Uuoembo'
.
*Tt difMiiiy' on th blood sal macou urt c We a big line of
minutes the jury returned a verdict where they are least expected. They creature brought me the piece of pork. ,-f Hi*.,...... H.-nrf '',r tmtinioniU' IV.* carry these goods and pRICE

I of not!guilty. Tbe defense put la no fall when everything seems disposed, to It brought to my mind what we readIn RoM by DfUrghtu F.J. CHalfsV', Cries 76o* '-U..Tola.l.*.*.>O. are making exceedingly low' prices now, If yoo wan' to get ,OorDlons!'.worth l8 ) yiotfds.uttCouPutnamC0 .
.
'!. evidence at all, for the stats was un. preduce them or at least to call tbem the Bible about Elijah and' the T....Huil'i 6.mll' | Cliii gee Cotwtlpftttontf Undartaklng and Embalming. and Peek see a I(d COld) kDook-out, use :

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I HolidayTime H -- ----- .. - I I'.:; ..: ,'if'I'" ''"'!,' ,.1' '., > ',- -it.,:; .,..ir, ,"."f/l. ",>' '.:/ IS YOUR PROPERTY FOR

,VMCCOKMICK',' : ..ff, .f vi.. "j 1i" ,} .\ : SALE ?
ill CIIESCENT CITY. I Hon. J. H. -/; JM e .: : : :' ''
ill k1 Harp, Capt. K B I ,"11. 'to. '..; I' V''' .
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i / .
,..ft/
Is one of the Young and L. Eaton ,,0 ) I'' If let
most .
beautiful guided by C. ,. '" "' so, u got a buyer for it. We are in a positionto
locations I. '. ... .
will find In It Florida.Ideal Tourist Hiuitvr nro on n cnmp hunt till : ; &. '1I' % handle Real Estate of all kinds regardless of location.
an spot to week In the .t' .
tj spend the winter or puns a few wilds of the lake Oeorg it 1 : Write\ us what you have to sell, with description and
day. of keen country. They expect to return with I '
OJ delight.
s!! price and we will do best for
1o Candor OJ U The town i Is on Crescent Lakean somo( wonderful talon. nml l. nrrlinp. ': ,- .: our you
( arm of the Ht.: Johns River) some venison and wild a.
.
i tI Speciallines of Table .. and is 100 miles by water, and .. turkeys.I'Ub :C I It The Crescent City Realty Co.
Delicacies :Fruits! \ U 77 miles by rail from Jackson rthadnuKhter/ of Jeff Allen and ( ._ _ ,
tI
ville. wife, old citizens and j
a most Crescent
Ij Nuts, Hasina, and a :i The all day river ride on the colored pouplo, died on Saturday" worthy nf;- I c.'J c. City, Florida I

steamer Or soent. from Jacksonville .
hundred little articles to Orescent City la ternoon. Her funeral was held the A.L..rrrr..r.r..rr. ...rr

that the average family'doesn't r F'I of the delightful experiences one of following day. The sad event mad __ _. __ __ ___. r .
in I'll Florida travel. The.summer their Christmas time most norrowru1. --
ri indulge
::! leaves Jacksonville at 8 a. ra. They have. the sympathy of the .' ALLHALLOW EVE. Sale --
Extraordinary "
regularly. every Tuesday Thursday and town's :._-- -__
'" 1fi Saturday, reaching Croecunt people. w__ Its 0.......... I. ClMrlr Roll. .(

at 6 Grover Wellman .5-,,. .. Old Paean TI.....
We have all these M City p. m. bia trip la the who with his F"4I s1 (

All fresh. I"J" only daylight ride up tho( broad mother, spent the winter here two 1 N The observance of Allhallow eve FineMillinery.
,
things now; P.Sri and picturesque/: John years' ago, and whose home Is at 55 or Halloween, la clearly a relic of pagan -
The i y
steamer has
In fact Fresh pietty cabins
.1 times for there la
In
r and offers a delightful outlook Cambridge Springs, Pa., Is now a. nothing the .
Crocerios. is rI even in stormy weather. student the law school of the JohnB. church observance of the ensuing day -- --

our specialty Orescent Olty I Is the center of Stetson University atf: DeLand. ";. Iris II liii A CD'S C1IIOVK, CRKHCHNT, CITY, FLA. of All Saint to have originated such From now until the Holiday season I

::J a-- ,1 1 the middle orange growing Industry In Mr. Wellmnn Spent the Christmas N" ee eee eeOMf' ".,oe M extraordinary notions as are connected will sell my floe line of TRIMMED
Florida and beautiful .
with
::J Orange Box grevoa surround the place. holidays here a guest in the familyof this celebrated festival o..uch. remarkable HATS and MILLINERY GOODS at actual ,

'" II Good boating. hunting and Capt. Hawkins. and Admiral Henley ana was won by practices as those by which cost. These goods are all of the i
It \la
Material.Hay 11u fishing will afford' amusement James Morrow. Is quite ill at the the Admiral by a neck. The races Hot Seolnir, Not. EeII.wIng. distinguished. The leading Idea latest style and were bought for fine
for sportamen.ill There respecting Halloween .la that It Is the
II home of his son, C'has.( B. Morrow furnished a most enjoyable two was a mania Nottinghamshire city trade Come, early and get first
I'J Naptha launches can be secured who discontinued the donation he bad time of all others when supernatural
u With Mrs. Morrow he hours sport for the and the choice.
Grain.Fertilizers. cheaply for water came here for people
::J trips. regularly made for n time to a missionary Influences! prevail. It Is the night set
Crescent Olty has good hotels a. visit the early purl of last week competing horses seemed to share
r and boarding houses at moderate and soon after taken the pleasure fully. society. When asked as to his apart for the walking abroad of spirits, Miss Stella Benharn
rP1 was with la
reasons he replied "Well both
I rates. : I've traveleda of the visible and Invisible world. ,
grippe. It I Is sincerely he CHRISTMAS TKKB.:!!:: bit In
p. Beautiful shaded walks and hoped will my time. I've been as far as One of the special characteristics attributed
1 bicycle paths. soon be well again; and able to enjoya In the evening at V. I. A. Hall the Slenford. In Lincolnshire and I never to this mystic evening Is the Crescent City, Fla.

visit with his numerous old time children of the Presbyterian Sunday saw a black man, and I don't believe faculty conferred on the Immaterial Cor. Park Street and Florida Avenue.
I 3 -- lends. school were given a Christmas tree, there are any."-London Standard.
W. Miller principle of man to detach Itself from
J. j 'If happiness has not its seat Mrs. Andrews of Chicago who has and after a short exercise of recitations the body and wander abroad throughthe
t tI' .
Th Phycleal.Tho NOTICE
And center In the breast. spent several winters with her little and mnslo the little ones had a realms of space. Divination OF APPLiCATION FOB
or
:; & final morality of clean blood ought to Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter.488S .
CreoentCIIyFI.. f fI'i We may be wise, or Huh or great,, son at Huntington, has recently pur. There hour's enjoyment of Christmas. be onll"of tbe first lessons taught us by second Its sight is believed then to attain LAWS of Florida. _
chased the home was a large attendance. blithest power, and the gift! asserted Notice J la that 1'
: "! Bu never can be blessed." and grove of the our pastors and teachers. The physical] hereby given T. .
a ccc ccccD"Q9mDDaaD I ate Deacon Stone at thntplnce. Mrs Is the substratum of the spiritual and by Glendower of calling spirits from Baker, purchaser' of tax certificate
That's what F. S. Cone's store did Florida Party.A this fact "tbe vasty deep" becomes then at the No. 008, dated the 3rd day. of April,
lost week. It Andrews Is having the house put In ought to give to the food we command A. D.
dispensed happinesstmong of all who choose to avail 1803, has filed said certificate In
DODO CC CCmCnCCC customer It sold them useful Irst-class shape and expects to arrive small party, known will leave as the Connecticut eat and the air we breathe a transcendent themselves of the privileges of the occasion. my office and has made application for __ ____
week
aaa aaaaC CCDGn .5 colony a
CCD articles for Christmas presents at low from Chicago next week to occupy from next Friday by the Clyde Line alpl1lcanco.-'ryndal. There Is a remarkable uniformity tax deed to Issue in accordance with law.
gt
un Our new line of prIces. her new home. The price said for Jacksonville, thence by Atlantis in the fireside customs of this !Said certificate embraces the following
or. A Story at VoU...... described situated In Putnam
Our customers went away pleased. to have been paid for the property is Coast Line Railway for Huntington night In all parts of Great Britain. property
I That what we aim they shall do every seventy-live miles below Jackson One day when D'AIembert and Con. Nuts and county, Florida to wit:
a SHOESFor nnan $1,300. dorcet apples are everywhere In Lot 3 and N 16 A of lot 4, bk 13
day In the year. ville, arriving about four days later were dining with Voltaire they requisition and are consumed 158 PRO _
section 3
n"l: maa We sell them Shoes made of Leather Collins B. Hubbard from New Many East Hartford and Glastonbury proposed to convene on atheism but mense quantities. Indeed, the 66 township 11. range 26-

/1'11'1"] Men, Women ." Shoes that Look Well York', writes the News: "Before people have visited this lovely Voltaire stopped them at once. "Walt" Kutcrnck night, by which 101m-I Said acres.land being assessed at the date
before
and of in said he "till
they speak it
p. uua prlng I hope to manage someway spot the my servants have with Is known In the north of England Indicates -, of the Issuance of such certificate In the _
highest terms as a and
healthy drawn. I
1'11'1 and'Chiidren III.. and Wear Better.The to look in on you but can't say restful place of abode. It Is locatedon throat cut do not" wish to have my the! predominance of nuts in the I name of 8. M. Morton. Unless _

J should attract your attention t Christmas Holidays lost a week. exactly when as yet. I have not the Highest l land in the "flowerstate" tonight. entertainments of the evening. Theyare said lug to certificate law tax shall deed be will redeemed issue thereonon oooord- _

rees. The tickets made the .
kind that are guaranteed t outlnulng the Qhrlstmoa In all ror 20 and are purchased of means of divining and prophesying Witness and .
uatLJU bargains years wouldn't like to H. It. Orldley Hartford's ticket Uncle George Harry I suppose you In my ofllolftl signature seal _
love
to well. We can'tafford affairs.
wear "'III Inos. Come to us for Apples are alsoused this the 15 of November A. D. 1905.
your break day
record. And the keep cash
LiLa to keep any other ..HII my News agent, who has reserved accommo- a account. Harry-No, Uncle In many of the evening games for [Lseall( ] JOSEPH PRICE,
(ut kind. At the same time uoCJId ; Dry Goods Notions Shoes can assure Mr. Hubbard that the latlons on the steamer Comanche. George; I haven't got so far as that the same purpose. Clk (Circuit Ct. Putnam county. Florida. I
,
t: Those planning to are I Mrs. Ab- but I keep
we have endeavored to combine LJUSu people of all this section are hoping go an expense accountEvolution.
ble Sergeant, Mrs. Daniel 1>. Bid- -- <
Elk style with wearing LUll Hats and Clothing.COINE. he will not break his record. They StandlnRoom Onlr.
well Pauline .
Bldwell Joseph .Kid-
qualities, and after you gJ11I110I :: The Lawyer-So wife bas sued If have either.. .. .
look your
have tried on a pair you for his visits. lIe Is one Wall well. II. B. Hale; Mrs. Hale Mar- "There J Is an old proverb that a man you '"
Ui will acknowledge our suooess. nn : : street man who will always be popular jory Hale. Warren Hale. Louise becomes what he eats." you for a divorce elm 7 Will she have

I ut Clknu :anan:: in Crescent City. Hale, Lois Hale Gregory Hale, Miss "Then I suppose all the cannibalswill any standing in .court? The Client Oiaoes Gro[ ill or Tueiines
Hunt and three others.-Wsekly Oaette I'm'afraid so. From: the nature of the ,
Of Course Everybody IIJ Capt. J. W Miller returned home East Hartford Conn. be missionaries. in time. -Cleveland evidence she threatens to bring In there
[:: g Leader. to dispose of, and wish to
The Shoe Man last Saturday night from a sojourn The Hale family have. rented the won't be half enough seats to accommodate ,
keep posted regarding;
gg "In these diggings" knows of five months at Ashevllle home tbe crowd.Chicago Mews.
N C., of Mrs G T. Thompson atluntlngton. Philosophy does not regard pedigree. prices they are bringing
how excel in
nu MI.1 we nrnr nr" ,Crescent City, Fla. ,, at which place he has been taking They visited here She did not' receive Plato as a noble, on the New York market,

j C (Groceries.uj :;j --- reatment. Capt. Miller left Crescent three years ago.LI but mado him so.-Seneca.CONOKEOATIONAL .A.: ::1:. Spezxcer: :, correspond with (I-

| new goods for the HERCENT CITY TEMPERATURE!: FOB THE City In July badly run down Dentist. '
ua uj Thanksgiving1 season are he I II 'ERK WILLIAMS ENDING.,OBSKBVEII.DBOKMUKU, II1<1A. B. D. and very much discouraged. He returns g g D C C g E S. B. Downes & Co.

.Jg; now.coining In. You can '-I I I MAX. Jnln. looking much like his former UU Office at Residence on Prospect Street. ,

ua depend on Fresh-- Groceries ::J I II 7 A.V. *P. .. I P... for 114 ha. S4h forDecember. energetic self certainly greatly Improved U Crescent City Florida 203 Duane St. New York.
at.
uu lnJ! I 8. ., M to ra oo Saturday. weight, and filled
1Ii!: ;I
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iJi i G. L. Chamberlin's g 17.18. Sunday(onda7. ,. 40 44J-4 40 ba .0 49 ftJ B8 40 41 with the joy of living. Everyone 'Ju
59. Tueeday .. 'CO M M 44Wednoday n
I : : who has seen him since his return
: ; < RRILWHY
0. 4 m 4 en SI 04 I-The
ujj Crescent City. !1tjun ; I II 21. Thunday.. //\II\ 71 6' 11 oIU. marvel and are joyous over his Im- G. S. & F.
CCCC CD cc cccmaaaaaauuII.tm I Friday.... M laH IX 74 MX" irovement. 1'1
r. &&&G&n mGDCC GC D DCa .
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The first" of a series. of inuslculcn 1 by toTta.ou. '
gC aa gQQaQI'i 1'1M Best Route
w I : the ladles of the.V I. A. was held at ,

1 ] Personal and Social the hall Inst night I attracting a large
jj
: Take fiUfatrta.Two o.ftu+t&ttt.
:1'' 1 udlonce. The program wns carried _
aOD DDo n cc cr-r.ccc out fully nnd every number was en-

I 1Wo. 44 Oliver Chamberlin Is spending his joyed. Among the young people to '1'k'I Elic ti i cit:, it2tPl.i.ti9ftctiIt.. ))aotaflotlcjosiievi .

Christmas vacation at home. have> apart. were" time following inom- M M I. c. rte4v.5%% F" I r

Maj.] J. 1.. JJurtoii spent ChrlRlniaxi I bel's of Miss' Hutchlnson's class! M M CH' 'to1tf.et Oh1b. -

: It will cure Chills day with his family. 1alatkn. Jrill and Annie Burton Charlotte M t

I and Fever hamberlln. Hallle and Mary Dea. M .
Headaches James McCormick nrrlvtd for the t Trains Daily North Hound.
i ton. Then there were Instrumental NI'i
: Colds and Biliousness. rln.ter last week and Is again lit MM t
( Grove Hall. umbers by Miss Alice Hutch inson, Leave Pnlatka, No. 2. 5W: a m' No. 10 5:40: p m.

Try a Bottle Miss Helen Norton and Miss Emma M Arrive Pslntka. Southbound No.I.'iOIM:() p m. _
Mrs. GUI returned last week from Olmstead l and vocal solos by Mrs. M M k.k.. .. No. 9. 11 :(K) a m. 4

ONLY 25 GENTS. lengthy with friends In New k.L, .
; say Jessie Carll SViliiiimns.p .
_ _ _
York and environs. k.k.
city .... .
For Sale at ..

Lound's Drug Store performance The colored fit minstrels Odd Fellow's gave 'a hall good laWhltesvllle Our Christmas Day. I 111 11 ill W Schedules given above are subject to change"without notice, and the

Tuesday night. I Christmas day was ideal being lime of nrrlvnl and departure of trains is not (tuaranteed.

Crescent City, Fla., Waterman from generally cleat and cool-just the j 3I Through Pullman cars from Tlfton to Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville
. ivan came up kind; of weather. to make the day's I St. Louisjind Clilcaico all-the-year-round, Klegant sleeping cars between
""' Fresh Line of Garden Seed.P' Stetson University to spend the hollays greetings hearty! and cause everybody Valdosta and MBOOII.
neJ3ernudaOiionBeed.BtJohs .
: J with his parents and sisters. to step lively. The children Qu Handsome Parlor Car. In service on Trains No. I and 2 between Maoon

()"" eM e e Dr. and Mrs. Johnson of Falrbury, were on the street early and all L.t Valdosta. arid Jacksonville. .

Ill., are expected this week. They I through the day there was the noise Q 9 O BI7RCH POMONA, FLA. Information as to rates, routes, schedules, sleeping oar reservations

ftlvrby Daylight- have leased the residence of T. H. of[ fire crackers and toy pistols. The u o oa oa O 3 OO 030 a3a c m eto. will be gladly furnished upon application to .

The Beach &: !Miller Line Bates for the winter.C. children were all happy ana so seem- O. V. WILLSON, Depot Ticket Agent I'alatka.

., H. Preston spent the greater ed the grown-ups. LAKE COMO. A topless of Chlnca Chinese Playing Cord. S. F. PARROTT, Vice Pros. OKAS. B. RHODE8.Oen. Passenger Agt
8Ujm ORESCENT.LcBVMjioloonTllleonTuMdayi.Thiindnyl pack playing cards Is a
part of the week in Richmond Va., In the afternoon the colored men Maoon, Oa.SOUTHERN .
genuine curiosity. They are generally
Cud ttaturilaya Kl Se: a. '::. for Green; COiL 00> business for the Preston-Miller had a base ball game and there was Miss Lora Bray of Nashua, Fla, printed In black on thin cardboard the -
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Landin.paliltia.. orMoent City and principal. way ompany. the usual noisy good-natured time. was the guest of Rev. and Mrs. W.G. average width and breadth being about

.t*.turnlnM.avMCr. ..M!.ntoltyoi> WtdOMb. The recent meeting of the Ladles TUE HOUSE RAOEB Rector last week. that of the !finger of a human being. In RAILWAY. "
lay* .FrIdays I and Monday at 7 a.m. m*:=1 -
JaokMnvllU:; whirl tootot Laura e... Aid Society of the Presbyterian attracted most of tbe men and a fair' Mr. and Mrs. John!Games* of New some cases they are only half an Inch

T<"l pboD.wbiurf IUlPaiatka toot of Lamon ltr-t church voted a resolution of thanksto sprinkling of ladles. The !traces were York, are guests at the "All View broad and about three and a half inch. EFFECTIVE AUG. 6, 1906.
ouse.- : es In length. The odds what
length. no
the gentlemen who recently gave advertised for 8:80: p. m. and a 200 r

.. the society liberal financial aid. yard track had been cleared for the Quite a number of Como' people the size i is always at least six times Two YsaUbule Tratus saab No 8& Ito 80 North and West.tjJsrtsoniiiia. No. 1/0
I
that of the width. Some of the

A.fl.TORREY.Und'ertaker Mr. and Mrs Frlta Scholia and purpose on the hard road south orMoCormlok. enjoyed( the Pal atka show last week. I have queer representations of packs our' gSa .. .80 111' TiZ iMp L.J.ok..o.UI.I'I.. so ar .... 7 4op1Lv ......

.& Hubbs' grove. By tbe Quite wind storm truck Como Je.sp, tin ...8081' II.. 5 10&4.p L.J..up.o... .... .... a. ay .... 10 lOp ......
the a "kings "queens" and "knaves"
and Embalmer. little son Chicago, are guests stamped Oa..50 1L1 1 1M)P 1'J lila U Miami, 0. ." .. .. So Rp ... 5 aol", ......
time for LV Saiauflah
the opening race the crowd last week twisting oil and uprooting upon them In block. Other. are decorated e ma ,On..i.e' Ky a i.i _
of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Lundberg was large. .The first race was between he pine trees.. Rain fell In torrents. I with the figures of animals, Ar Ar caaric< ::':::::."",:." .50 at ap to is : : ::: ::..t = U. ..;.......:.so icy :::: Y sisaj :: ::
... ... .. ..
!'lillUne of Caskets and Oofflns. the winter. Mrs. Scholia Is a sisterof Ar Or..n.botO..50 81' 118. It Isa U D.lou. 0. .1<0 Bp.., a a. .
Ha Baber's gray. mare, Betty Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Rector and birds and !fishes. Those used by mandarins ArDmlll........... tIO Sly 9 ii 5 5 iU.t Ar OhaIt.,00gn, Teaa.su: S 45*
_
Mr. Lundberit.: _ ArI..ingtofl::, p.....; ::: SCipRiobmOnd. ::::::
Telephone Ja,.. Padgett jr's.. black mare (colt), family left Friday for Welaka, where and high officials bear only fig U( .... Ohlo..Q..o .. 7.p, .....
Capt. and Mrs. B. :B. Voung and ures of creatures. ........ .. 80 B7 f ems a 16la: : : :; ; : : :
CRESCENT CITY I'LORIDA Buckshot Maud and S. S. Braddock's they expect to spend Christmas. mythological Lv o....",. ." .. ....
little daughter, Mazlne of Adel. Oa., roan gelding Cowboy. The crowd Very dear friends from Balnesvllle I jLynehhurt., 80ap TH. '"Ti ... uOOlo"1......HI..ur. ...Pl.. ..... I.Ar I.
: are lire on a visit 'to Mrs. Young's I ndlana arrived unexpectedly to sur- B. Had B... The.. CharLotteliISie.::: : 80 Ri IIIK.I e IIIp L. Olool"n.11, U. Pa 1.iue.l 5 55pl "''''
tood mostly near the finish and ex- 'iflke them for Christmas. Both parties The clergyman was holding a chiidren's Ar Wu.lllo.IOO, ......80 Bp C 110. I I asp ArOb'.o' ........Ps LInel' ... 7 hal ......
Crescent Transfer Co. father and sister, Hon. J.. H. Harp,I Itement ran high. Buckshot Maud were very much surprised. The Ar )H..I..mo.. ..... .... p B IL II lOa i lIl1\p: Li cmuei.e.u .. ...0 H.. i ... s "" .....
City and Mrs. L. Eaton. Indiana. friends found vacant service at a continental resort Ar PhiiaJciphie. ......1' R 1\ I Os: P : sea Archicago ...... ....0 H.- Pi.... 7 "Pi.. .....
won by a length. The time was not a During the lesson he bad occasion to .L.2'L.-----B. .ii !ass. Lv('inaIiti .. ....C H ... 0 .... ....
Meets all trains at Oresornt City Juno- Miss Katherln Crawford, teacher given. Betty second Cowboy third. home however they took possession, catechise his hearers on toe parableof No. 1It-"N.W York and plori.ia Ixprca' ArTol..o ... .....OH..D.... .Pl......
and the others returned and all were DailY pullm..n. Drawing Room Sicepin5. Car A.rD"\I'OI&. ..... ... ......I'W.. 7 .....
tlo-n". Night trains by appo "tment. of vocal music In the John B. Stetson Vour horses started. In the second very happy to be together the unjust" steward. "What la a brcween port Tampa, Jucksoaviiie .011 N.w L.OIoolo.......... .1'. Lie.. ". 'I / ......
LADR University, is spending the holiday. ace: Frank Gautler's bay. gelding, .steward he asked A little boy, who Von. U PittiburS..We Llo.. ....j 1 aIOPI... ''' ;:
M.
8. B. Manager with her mother, Mrs. W. R. Sauuders. Admiral Schley Edgar MoGrady'sMaud Best wishes for a very happy and had arrived from England a few days No .W..bln.l..o and 1'1. Llml......" eoo.L... OIo.ln..1 ....Big Four ... ......
prosperous new year to the editor. before held up' bis band. "lIe Is the I'ohm.o 1wlns.8oo 5t..pie OU,J. Ar cleiclsn'i..55, Four[... its1.......
.
James W. Long's Fleetfootand due to P5w Tori. .
L. L5111ltOfl..tSo ... .....
C. J. Hunter's man, sir, he replied, with a reminiscent .u Lou..III..... .. 80 BPi.. 5 "Pl..... _
W. B. 8HOTWELL Qeo.V.. Lowe of Fort Valley (Oa., Plowboy. The look on his face "who brings yon Throagh"rh. Laud of the n7." No30 ar".. Louis .......,....so .. ,.....
arrived on Saturday for a. weeks' vacation tart was made by the four In good Die O.h.. Fall. a basin."-London Globe.Cordiality.. '
Row Boats ."
Builds at the home of Mr. and Mrs.J. order but Fleetfoot fell soon after In the memoirs of Dr. Thomas W. !-.T""k.oo.UUo.l'l." .......... ..80 Rp Sop .vsstlbuie p0. :3.4-rh.tr.ie through Florida day noachee pa.5y and .oIit Pail 4,'

Bepalrs boats buggies and makes all O. Orlmsley. Mrs.. Lowe and the the start and was out of the race Evans appears Ibis anecdote of the :; ::8':: ::: : .;;:.: :::.::.:::.:::: I: '= man sleeping care J",1
kinds of wood work repairs at hi. shop S arrived week earlier. which was finished with Admiral court o( Emperor Napoleon lit. In Cordiality I. the least expensive and AI' Aab.vlll.. NO ..... ........ ..oB, IIIIIp 0 H

i la rear of his MEAT MARKET. children had a tobley winner by a length and half Paris: "At a ball given at the Tullerles farthest going of all commodities, and 2: : :i'I' : :':':'.'".:::=: ; : :: IIOBTHWI'8T. lie;: Ill *< !< 1!.

Crescent City. Fla. The Misses Anna and Emma Mey- a a general, slipping on the polished floor, Its practitioners represent our best successes. Ar Lou..vlllo. ... ... ........., ....80 547 r "'1&g _ _ _ .

e.t Satisfactory prtoee. work guaranteed at mod. en, charming young ladles of Albany Maud The second third and Plowboy between third. fell at the emperor's feet pulling'down It Is the key which unlocks the Ar Ar_ _g oo'.i._: _:'_ _Obio..Q.._.i._:.._.'.:_."_: ._...itO_ :_C_ : r.: tv 1.. Jaok.ouVUie.Jrsup .....:::::;:......:: :; ;r:: ..:'::
race the
was said
with him his partner. 'Madame, .. .
N. Y., have.been the guests of r social and business doors bringing! men Macon' .Sc ay :
1 ::::: :: : :: :::; :
S winners of the first two-Admiral the assisting the lady< to rise No. IIrI-Dnlly PUUm..o nr..lo.-Ronm and .. :: RI
1 Mr. and Mrs. M. H, Head for the past emperor closer together helping them to better Burns Kiespiul 0.r between "aokooo.IIl..d, U AnnhIoO ............. ..80 Kp 9 SIp.. .......
Schley and Buokshot Maud. This this Is the second time General work together lightening their burdens bt. LoUI. U BlrmIOb.m.Ala..SO. ay II ..""
three weeks and will remain .
two I
Winter Visitors i through or the holiday season. ace U the one In which most Interest baa fallen In my presence.' The first and changing the twilight of trouble t_ ::=:city. Tine Mo.:"::::.Fri."t.Frt.o' : ( ::::..

centered. The horses got an even time was at Bolferlno. Into the sunlight of happiness Two Trains Daily L.llhmpbla........... _.... ...1 8 "" ___
desiring TAXIDEBMY WORK con Capt. T. Haddock Savannah/ I start and came down the line at Gumption," by N. O. Fowler, Jr. lor Rot sprials, Ark.. ... ........, C *)PI".. ..

have It done.by Mrs. Oowburn.Crescent. bas been spending hi. holiday vacation ireak-neck speed Buckshot Maud imtt m G..". O... To Washington and fto.l.'I'h. Boda Llml......" 'Dally .....- '
The Man-A fortune teller predictedthat ......
City. with Ms sister.Mrs.J. C. OrimsIcy. To Do Good. sean Orsoteg ROOm .1..pIO. ese .0
gaining the while and finishing\ I wonld be lucky In love. The 100..0.11I.. Birmingham,. Mytpb18 *.d
It Is an eternal and Inevitable condl York
Haddock I Is Interested I New
Specimens pn Sales Capt. winner by two lengths. Mr. Padgett Maid (demurely)-And the same prediction that ae01t7. r
with Mr. Qrlmsey In the fine tlon to do good we mast be good. ..
grove .
made about Do
was Immediately congratulated and precisely was me. (
When any one Is a trjnly good man,
Alligators
Skin
Itattlesnake the east side of Laks
property on I still think Henry that we. were A88rY1.8 AT UOKaoXTlLLM.
his i pretty two year and a half old yon then even If ha takes; no part whateverin
Fur Rug"/ etc. Crescent. colt was the admiration of all. It made for each otber-FUck. holy wars against the sin of the nom Way Tech W..hln.No..21. "W..hlu" ant Tle'la' % Limited. ." .m..w

Exhibit now open. Express orders The Christmas trade of local mer- was decked with red ribbon and wore world his mere unconscious Influence! From From obl.a.o a.......c"y,?ln.lnn..I M.lllpol.. ,Obattaenols, Dlnnln.b.m. .Io.-No..'0.-11..1&I. "Fiortli., 'lo.ld"UmiIsd Umitad t.OII.".,1\0"III ... "

attended to promptly. If you have chants. came late and was generally 0.0015g t it. becomes a blessing to others.-Woman's From Cinainflatt. .(..boovlll.No..*\\.I..lIln..a and Fiocidi I.imiIsd". 505 5. 55.' _
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r the trophy proudly. other horses Anxious Mother Has Mr. Bashful .0000 If... Yorll, W..blo..o. .tG-ND...."ltow Yor" aod I'lorkI...P.... L2p.5I. 1. _
animals.or trophies of the hunt you jopd, but the volume of business waaoot were at least C year olds and the vloory proposed yet Daughter-Not exactly, Life, __________ >.-"

wish to preserve sand them to nearly so large as one year ago. was, therefore. all the greater for but last evening when I wss holding Life I. to be fortified by many friend Excellent Dlnlnll Car Service. '

! Mrs. J.. P. 'COWBURN.Cresoeati probably owing to the smelt crop ol I Buckshot, who has a promising\ little Dick in my lap Mr. Dutiful went I ships. To love and to be loved J Is the I. O. LOBIt.. District Passenger! Agent, lOS "'-ea& Day. atree&.laekaon"We.l'la. -:1 _

". fruit.[ Trading was. brisk on Saturday uture. The fourth 'and final race to the piano and sang "Wonld I WeN greatest happiness of existence.: -Sydney o. H.AOKERTG.M. W.. H.. TAYLOR. 0. P. A. "

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I\ ', The Palatka Newsand Corporal George Bassett, lllth Capt. Mitchell Murdered. h__
company of U. S. Coast defence artillery t;
t Grateful for the stationed at Fort Dade, Eg-", cite.
ti mont Key Gulf of Mexico, la
\ Advertiser spending worth of '
the holiday season with his par a popular conductor on the Atlantic 'sl One trial proves the .
Liberal ents In this city. Coast Line, was stabbed to death bya is .
-- to
negro whom he was trying
tiiiOJDGG Y WiGi W GGJ {; L. A. Ballard a former prominent rest at !St.: Petersburg Chris ar'l
r resident of the county whose home night.Capt. Bros. High Art Clothing
Patronagegiven City fiappenlngs and 1 was at Crescent City, now owner of Mitchell had been ImpressedInto Strouse ,; ,
large knoll.ii Interests at Richmond, the service of special policemanfor
us in 1905, 1 Personal mention. hake Co. WHO a "guest, at the Saratoga the day. 'At night drunken negro I

which hotel Wednesday night, was making disturbance and Suit and Overcoat is a model of fitness-cut according >J Jto
was a defying arrest. Capt. Mitchell at- Every
Christmas trade
"My this ,
Dr. 8. F.. Peck of Pomona was In said M.S.!: Browu the clothier,year"was tempted It and the negro drew a "- authorized styles expressed by New York'scustom tailors, Sand
Big Increaseover the Wednesday.. the largest with but one exception, knife and cut the officer's throat, of weather proof fabrics. The makers g
severing the wind made
William Carman Is at home fromOcalaforaehorEviltto In my business experience. That pipe. F
1904 relatives. was when the soldiers were mustered The negro was linked by Indignant .
citizens and carried to Jail, but a 'i!
out In Kimminnh at the close ol
Mrs Anna Deal of Alabama/ Is I ho Spanish American war." crowd surrounded the prison shortly "HIGH ART" Clothes
visiting friends and relatives In the afterwards and some ono fired a .|
city. Chas. Kimperbiisch jr.: Is home shot through the bars and killed thenegro.
The Brown for the holrJHys from the Atlanta .
i i Mr. and Mrs. Richard Petermann Military\ Acndemv, where he is a cadet The tragic death of Capt. Mitchell they are enabled to control their I
spent the holidays. here with relatives. and' Miss Kdlth Kupperbnscha Is greatly deplored here where he rns.s jaaiSM "Wel Dressed nen"
.
pupil In (St. Joseph's Academy, St. wan long and favorably known. 1j by as nobby

Store Capt. and Mrs. W. M. Davis spent Augustine In also spending the holidays h and exclusive. Whether you fancy a Single or Double Breasted
the holidays with Mrs. K t>. with her parents.
Ackerman. and
Lettuce the Carload. Call inspect
By fit our line.
Overcoat we can you.
Suit ,
or
Sack
,, Lorenzo Dana Walden Is bookedfor k 1.1.BOYS'
N Clarence Kennerly and W. A.
K. Noble Calhoun and Jos. Price the opera house on the night of
$ Enters the Walton united In forwarding a refrigerator -
upon are'away this week on a camp January :24th In slight of hand. He carload of lettuce to New CLOTHES y
Is of In his ,r
hunt.Mrs.. young man promise
York on Wednesday\ the Bret to be
chosen and whom '
NEW YEAR Bruce Balr Is brief ,profession one ex- shipped from Palalka I in carload lots
spending a perts claim will eventually become
period visiting relatives In Jackson- famous wizard as the late this. year, though each of these gen- It's no trick to make ordinary Boys' Clothes, but to make realKb

determined to more ville. .ills Prof. Hermann. dally tlemen shipments have been by express.making heavy ( |Iy good boys' clothing is a bit of a KNACK. We have them in all X

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mallem received .::?:rhe Saratoga, Hotel In this city ------- .- c JWDon't -
than merit Christmas present of a bouncing served short cAke for 'styles.
ever strawberry New Years.'Oreetln of the I. moment that cannot get just
baby girl.Poetoifee. Christmas dinner. The berries were L'? imagine for a you as good 4

Inspector Lake Jones grown by Mr. Rlgdon of Penlul and M. M< jyor Com l'ny. values in all the other dress needs, such as
PUBLIC silent, Christmas with his family in were the first lulls of the season. We are truly grateful to our friends A'
this city. Mr. Rlldonltaa more coming on and and the public generally. for their .
the promise or a fine crop all through kind patronage durlug the past year Underwear Hosiery, Sweaters, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs
APPROVAL. Harry Packer of Philadelphia .the. \wlnter and spring months. and especially during the great sale .

J.the T.city llond.on a visit to !his'- 4Mrs. slV daMrs.;! Rev. J. F. nell the new pastor -of Just closed. It was unprecedented Collars and Cuffs Neckwear Etc. Etc.
St. James M. 1':. church arrived on In the history of PaIRtk"Ve be- ,
This is W. O Holmes and Miss Martha Friday evening last with his family. speak a continuance of your kind
aGrowing Gray are visiting friends In They were met at the train by Rev. patronage and you can always rest In each of these departments you will find the stocks equallyas
Ualnesvlllo. assured of the best treatment
' N. J. Tllghman who escorted them very
Store. Omar to the parsonage which had been which has been the reputation ot comprehensive as those to which we have given larger space ]
BAydler from
came up Daytona provisioned, and was in our store for the past 80 years.
I Each month's and Sunday! and spent Christmas realness Wishing a happy and 1 f
I' 1 day, with friends. for Mr. Bell you prosper- above.We
preached his occnrancy. on Sun otis New Year we are. want every one in Palatka and surrounding country to
each year's business Mrs. Ella V. Grooms Is visiting her day but the weather/ was Inclement Yours truly, be to ]
We shall show.goods and will
shows increase. sister Mrs. Deo. Weller and. family and he was not greeted by the usual i. M. MEYPR; : co. visit our store. pleased spare
.. an in St. Petersburg. congregations Those who heard HEHBKRT: CROOK, Manager. no pains to' render you every assistance in making proper 'fl
1 i r We because him speak highly of his lermojja.
grow Superintendent L. K. Tucker has selections.Oysters.
the gone to Miami to attend the educational Lit man who said his name was Dancing School : '
e we please people convention. Boatwright and who claimed to bea at the Armory, Tuesdays and Tuesdays k$

I'I'i i with our selections off Mrs. Oeo. E. Gay entertained a turpentine operator of Interlachen, at 8 o'clock. Miss Smith MEYER i
I. M. CO.
beaten and
f Goods. large Wednesd'.yafternoon.party' of ladies at cards on Jacksonville was Christmas lobbed night.of $170 He in solicits further information Palatka'a patronage.call at Mrs. Met-For .

: claims to have bnen lured to a lonely calf's, or on the above days at the
There'll be more Miss. Louise Moragne has returned spot by a white man and a negro Armory. 12-2U-lt .
to her home In this city after a long hackman. They had offered to show M'grl' .
Cold Weather absence In Augusta, Oa. Itnntwrlght the "submerged"portion Notloe of application for Tax peed under HERBERT CROOK, \

J. Watkins Lee a former of Jacksonville red light dis section 8 of chanter 4(588( Laws of .
and want to proprletir -
we repent trlct-And ho appears to have been Florida.
of the
Jraham' hotel In this
? that we haveSweaters I la dead at Ashland, Va.' city 11 willing", victim. Boatwright could Notice Is hereby given that R. 8.
W give the police no clue to the Identity Paine, purchaser of tax certificate
Patton Anderson chapter, U. 11. of his assailants. Boatwright Is No..208, dated the,6th day! of July, A. D.
;, i C., will meet next Thursday at the not known In this city. luu.i: nae mea sam certiucate in my 01-
'j home of Mrs. A. J. Phillips. lIce and has made .. ,. ..
Supervising Deputy A. C. Hani- application for tax -- -- --- -- -- -- ----------- ---
Mrs. J. J. Hamm of Hudson lick of the Knights of the Modern deed to Issue In accordance with law.
Isn : ; for Men\ Boys and 111.. -
Bald
certificate embraces the
arrived Monday for a visit to her Maccabees visited the tent of that following
Children. son, H. O. Hamm and family. order in this city last Wednesday described property situated In Putnam
f night, making anplendld talk for the county Florida to-wit: ,
n : Miss Rosalie Price Is spending the 20 acres of Acosta Grant, south of l
or enthusiasm Into
l Injecting :
Dress Gloves, week at Crescent City, where she Is the purpose local members Mr. Hamrick Root, section 41, township 11, range 20 r
the guest of Mrs W. D. Henliam. 20
acres.
Brothers
I Gloves. will return sometime next month Gay
Working Chickens
r The Baptist Sunday school had an and Install the new olllcers. Rev.F. The said land being assessed at the :
Then there is a big ]line entertainment and Christmas tree H. Richey Is the new record and date of the Issuance of such certificate ,
i; at the church Wednesday night. finance keeper of the order here, and In the name of I). C. Payne. Unless
of lisle and he was duly Installed at the meeting, said certificate shall be redeemed according -
i fancy "
t Wm. Carson Washington, D. C., Wednesday night owing", to the resignations to law, tax deed will Issue thereonon Eggs and Produce
chief electrician In U. S! The Leading Grocers of East Florida
: wool navy Is of those formerly holding the Oth day of February A. D.. 1900.
visiting F. Melanin .
and
family.A these ofllces. The Maccabees Is an Witness my official signature and seal
number of the young people Insurance order with social features. this the\\17th day of Dno., A. D. I 11)05.\) including rm
.
4 Hosiery. spent Christmas afternoon In the [lseall] JOSEPH PRICE, Our stock 'thannow
'; ravine at tho waterworks pumping 3A Hoo-doo Pie was the name of a. Clk. Circuit Court Putnam Co.. Florida. Georgia Home Smoked was never more complete
most unique entertainment given last
j And station. Friday evening by the Twentieth Ii and new goods are arriving weekly.A .

t Dr Richard D. Whtteslde of Ybor Century! Club at the.home of Dr. and Hams.If few of our specialties:
j ; Neckwear=- City Fla., Is spending the holidays Mrs. H. R. Estes. A program of DeliciousBon i
; with his mother music and recitation Ferris Hams
and sisters on tile was given by I and Breakfast Bacon,
I : We have Heights.The members of the young ladies glee you want a Turkey for fffil Genuine
:. : a magnificent club and the club quartette, all of Bonsand l German Dill Pickles, ,
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Misses Ruble Christmas ]leave order
V ,: display of Bows, Anna" Johnson of Fort Dcnnford Meado and are which was pleasing. Prof. Dana 'I with Olives in bulk Pure Olive Oil, II
Walden the for .
was on
program\ a us now.Palatka
guests for n time of Mrs. Stewart All the leading brands of Cereals
t Puffs
i Windsors ? Worden.Mr. sllght-of-hand number and his performance i i

, ft'' I, 4}. Four-in-IIands, etc., and :Mrs. Ben], A. Deal. Jr. of taining. The proved hoo-doo clever pie and consistedof enter I Chocolates Produce I Vermont Maple Syrup, @ ,

i Valdosta, are spending couple of a large tub full of inexpensive New Buckwheat, '
All Home-Made
\ Candies.
all in and rich 1m
: f plain weeks with relatives and friend.. In presents each accompanied by an I Graham
Palatka. appropriate verse. or other greeting, Company
rt\ colors. Something new added
1 for the members of the club. Much Whole Wheat and Rye' Flours, also

!\: I j i'ure.to; suit you in Barnes Mrs. E.City M.,Ruirg Iowa and are lon here, Harry for,of a gifts fun followed and the the evening distribution will long of be the remembered every day. (Larive'a old stand) 1 Pillsbury's Gold Medal, .

.' .:' Neckwear. visit H. Holcomb.to Mrs. Rugg's sister, Mrs. A. na a most enjoyable one. I L. A. SMITH, Palatka, Fla.U. I Obelisk and other \
The home
l'tj was beautifully decorated II Brands of i
Miss Serena Bailey I In home from with holly and mistletoe. Refreshments i Lemon St., Palatka.
t''f'I 'her, seminary work In Raleigh, N.C., were served. ...ora.. BAILEY. CHAS. It.BILLIARD Flour.
to upend the Christmas -----
holidays ---
" L 1 with her parents. Christinas Ex rciseJ'. t l Also the largest variety of Imported Delicacies
G. TOPER BIEY X
.' I Sanford Thomas last Ringham:Sunday came dnd has up from! The Sunday! school of St. James European Restaurant CO., ever brought to Palatka.
spent *
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the past,week with his mother, Mrs. r.1<: church had its Christmas celebration -
; When it to j. u. .11 OI:>IDaon. on Tuesday evening at the Fire Insurance:
" comes church and the attendance of children Furnished Roooma BOTH
I Clothing :Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Merwin of andllareutl was very good considering Leading American and Foreign STORES
Padua Ill., arrived In the city last the Inclement weather. Hot and Cold Baths
Remember we sell the Monday and will remain for I the win Just large enough", to make the occasion At Companies I .
!1 : ter with relatives.Mr. a. really happy one. Lemon Street. The West End.
and Mrs. Tom The program' of recitation and
Squler of Omega Chas Kupperbuscji'sPalatka ) Accident Insurance
music rendered and :
was excellently
c Griffon Fla. ,
were "guests at the Arlington PALATKA.
; Hotel on Tuesday. Mr. Squler displayed great\ talent among those Fla. FLORIDA

r Is a. big lumber operator. at Omega.Mr. taking The recitations part of Misses Mervlu ---- ---- The Travelers of Hartford :

Brand and Mrs. James Cullen Ray of Ray, 1<;mmaCre"kman.Evelyn Cart. -- -- -- ....
Savannah are spending the holiday mel and Mildred Pearce and violin a --
: season with Mrs. !Ray's parents, Mr. solo by Master Warner Hamm, were Life Insurance: ncnconrua ynnunnovnlelsnnoonnnnronerr. ss
IJJLLLL'LLLLLaILCLGLLLLtJJJIILJLLILILLILIL1aJIJIJU'J'J7J7 /JJJJJJJ
and Mrs. Chas. J. :
Rogero.Mr. all wellrendered was also the r'
Hand Tailored l Suits and Mrs. Markham of Tallahassee motion song by a class of little child. The Old Reliable "Gerraania U'Juu' '

1't and Overcoats. guests of spent Mrs. Christmas Markham's here parents the the ren.Santa exercises.The. Claus church had choir previously assisted sent in Life" of New York UJ uuUJ If Your Boy or Girl h

r. Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Crlll.Mrs. .
q Boys Suitsand messages of his coming anu at 9'ulock 1"1'
I? Samuel Tolbert of Miami Is > he made his appearance, Marine Insurance: t:; Have the 8
here for the holidays visiting", her laden with his puck of presents for Th Pow. of .. reputation for being hard on shoes, ,tg e
brother J. H. Yelverton Jr.. and the little ones-and large ones too- .. n" perhaps it's !I
it t lister, Mrs. Maurice Lainon. and then 'twas a moment of joy un A Business education. The 1-rt-adimg CompaniesAll 1"1'n because have been wearing

Overcoats, alloyed.Superintendent. To the Industrious roan man w. F: .
Mathew Davis, big potato grower would tar-train youraalt along Claims .. ; kind. e I
Oeo. W
Bassettwas
f'' of Omega, In the practical Bunlneu : Promptly 1"1'
r and a specially fine line Mr. Davis la was getting ready city yesterday.to ina master of ceremonies, "tissistcdy "ouUwIUO.modern eommereial We have dozens of "rough huuse" youngsters i3on
put John T. Bond Impersonating St. Xduoatlon. It mean the opening Settled. 1"1'
t of Suits big acreage this spring. Nicholas. The ladiEs of the church of;: ''lll.'a'17 IUCXMM jan to r.o'l.; rHS3 our list who wear our Shoes steadily for six tll

,' Miss Toln. Carman entertained a also lent valuable nld In the decorations lift baa diluted man than ltooo Offlon., 28 Front St.. PAIATKA FLA t: mouths ;
for the little boys. number of friends Christmas night which were arranged beautifully )toungy.oplg: for the commercial -- o-i without_showing a break. What we can
send 11' -
lit the pleasant home of her mother, around the chancel and altar. yea ouroaIalopu. do for w
We have a new lot ofTrunks"and MASSEYBUSINESS AGENTS story book Illustrated t.I"I; them we can do for your boy.
Mrs.\ F. C. Carman, on Palatka "' ''I
I. Heights.J. COLLEGES.BimmtonAir.Au. : : with negro children at play lea &:"
.' Woman Acted Strangely. fast seller; all buy It. Agents make OUR
E. Lane of Putnam 1-IaUls home MOKTOOIIIET.ALA.COLUHBUI. Rtourog Bonmv.Tzx.' .:VA. |10 per day Outfit 10c; particulars SCHOOL SHOES
' .: Suit Cases. (for the Christmas holidays from service .J\Vhen} the train from Miami arrlv- .0.... lA".II.ILL.-. ; .. ree. Answer quick Jenkins, Her- Ii.t u. toi
on a government dredge boat In Td on Thursday morning the conductor tel & Company, Atlanta, Ueorgla.12.1Bt. i
to a are worthy. your inannnf.mn._ __.
1 Mobile bay. He was In the city yes- notified Sheriff Howell that a -- .n nW
Ii Soft and Stiff Hats. lerJay shaking hands with old lady ticketed for l>"IHtkaA" at the tt'j'

of friends.Miss. depot well-dressed und acting stiangely. The was two .,--'t" !! tht Mr tMTiMt'ttr.'r!'fr@' JIY,1V' 1Ui ULI U'J' |
a lady
I Elegant cairying &
f array Carrie M. Green former assistant satchels and a hat box. The conductor : ; I\NU\ ; OO1i"; ,, uuuj Curry Lane'PL ,
principal of the
Putnam
Informed the sheriff that she
:,Ii. ,4. Shirts, High school is the guestof the weekof boarded his train at a point below ,! at0J tS

, White and Miss Mr.Ureen and Is Mrs. J. H. Haughton. Titnsvllle and that she had a ticketto a';2 Palatka, Florida tSaj
l' Fancy spending the winter at
Palatka. but that every time the To Our Patrons r t..
Oreen Cove Springs.: nd
train stopped she started to get off; : I Lae
. Vests. Mrs. M. S. Brown and the children that once or twice she started to "' c rrrnaisoti4 ccrrnie
lire spending the holiday season with leave the train while It was In motion i anaomm oocr tcaa0 aaa itvldcnoio _
These are only a few relatives lu Sanford.! Mr. Brown and that be ordered her watched Our business for 1005 was very much greater .
1 will go to that place for his next and brought her here because she
I i of thethings Sunday's rest, returning In time for was ticketed for this place. The wo than any previous year in its history. Victor J J

to be had at 'Business Monday morning. man is apparently 80 or 86 years of Our Christmas trade was phenomenal.' Talking Machines and Records.
age. She would not tell her name,
L 'he Oem City Guards will cele- nor\ what she Intended doing. To all For all of which our thanks are due to the people I ..

brate the advent of the new year by queries she simply replied "I know of Palatka and Putnam County.We Machines all Prices.
!riving a grand bull at the Armory on .
: MI SI BROWN'SAND what I'm doln Sheriff! Howell _
I' Monday evsulng. Jan. 1st, 1IMM Fin- took her before Judge Coxe but that shall aim to"desefve even greater success in -------
lay will furnish music for the affair official could satisfaction The : Records
get no the to
year come. 10 Inch
: reduced cents.
60
and a pleasau t evening Is anticipated. lady was evidently demented but Iiia to

ref: t Clothier r Luther Curtis of Orlando, a. for- there was no evidence of dementia Wishing all a Happy New Year. I Records
mer popular clerk In the Ackerman- other than her refusal to answer 7 inch reduced to 35 cents._ _
I i Stewart Drug Co's store, spent the questions. The hat box she carried i ... .
it Christmas holidays here and with bore the name of Mrs. J. C. Holley, Leo Jacobson I I -- .---

AND H.his i White"grandparents, Crescent, Mr.City.and Mrs. M. Deerfleld Fla.Hoarseness. Big stock to select from at
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Geis' W. M. Curry was called to Savannah Popular Dry Goods and Shoe Store CHAS. E.
1 : ; Furnisher last Thursday owing t..the sudden ROWTON'S, Palalka, Florida. I
death of younger brother Mr.
C.L. Curry, who associated with .. Palatka, Florida. = -- -=;; !
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,4 the DeSoto Hotel In that city. His '--- --- -- -

PoIOIkO, no. death) was due to pneumonia. The or loss of voice m Of Remember Jacksonville, ,.Fns.E.. the H.Armstrong, Choice -Newest- 'Styles, '; Autocrat coch-
of the at
sympathy people of Patatka well-knnwn 'received
I specialist Stationery! Just
II with Mr. (Curry.in his bereave immediately relieved.: Noth.. .. And on Oronlo aU Eye 'I'roubl. Nervous -I ran.', Book !Store.THS : ,
ment. b excels tbla simple remedy .JiJIIIiM. .-._.... YI ., consulted 111 person Diseases at the Arlington maybe -

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