The Palatka news

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The Palatka news
Alternate Title:
Palatka news and advertiser
Place of Publication:
Palatka Fla
Russell & Vickers
Creation Date:
January 5, 1906
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
4 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
29.647731 x -81.651259


In 1885, Alex Wattles founded the Palatka Weekly Advertiser, also referred to as the Palatka Advertiser, as an unaffiliated newspaper. There is evidence of a sibling title, the Palatka Daily Advertiser , in 1894. Little is known of the publishing history or patterns of either title. The Palatka Weekly Advertiser, in any case, continued until January 2, 1902, when, Wattles sold it to William A. Russell of Crescent City and M.M. Vickers. The newspaper then merged with the Crescent City News to form the Palatka News and Advertiser . A self-described “Democratic” paper, the Palatka News and Advertiser, was also commonly referred to as the Palatka News which became its actual title in March 1905. The paper reverted back to its original title, the Palatka News and Advertiser , in November 1908. Russell continued to the edit the paper, which he published together with Vickers. The Palatka News and Advertiser ceased publication sometime after December 3, 1920. Palatka is located on the upper St. Johns River and serves as the seat of Putnam County. Palatka was crossed by a number of railroads--the Florida Southern; the Georgia Southern and Florida; the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West; and the St. Augustine and Palatka--and served as a junction for routes continuing to the west and south. In its heyday, Palatka was a major shipping point for citrus, timber, and other agricultural produce, as well as a stopping point for tourists to Florida. On November 7, 1884, a fire devastated Palatka. Tourists arriving by train, finding no accommodations, continued south. Ten years later, cold weather destroyed most of the region’s orange groves. Furthermore, Jacksonville’s rise as an economic center with an excellent seaport and railroad junctions of its own came at the expense of Palatka. These events marked the beginnings of the southward slip of both tourism and transportation in Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
New ser. vol. 13, no. 12 (Mar. 24, 1905)-new ser. v. 16, no. 46 (Nov. 13, 1908).
General Note:
Wm. A. Russell, editor.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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NEW SS VQL.tXlV, ftO. 1. : PALATKALORID'A, FRIDAY, JANUARY 6", 1906. fl. Per Year. 1"

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i '. There'll be no End of Bargains at"r. Increases Crime. Says; GoV." LATE S'CA'LE, NEWS ,
Vardamo.n-Wants Mi ab-
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January Specials I

ippl to Stop Wasting Capt. C. K. darner has.been reelected { (

> FEARNiDE'S. Money; for thatPurpose. president of the. Jaoksonville } '

loard" of Trade. \
The Erllch
Governor James U:. Vardaman in Cigar: Manufacturing .. ,
-"t his annual message to the Mlaslsslp- company wiljlove Its factory from ) ..,I!;
; 'They are an all-the-year event at the Big Store. pi 1 Legislature: which assembled in Key West to Tampa, J (

F pedal tension this week,again / STORE
took The Tampa custom house receipts
Some people regard bargains as a special garment for strong stand against: spending for 1U05 were $1,004,820,63, an Increase : s "
special occasions. money.for the education of the nergo, ot ,J"-
IOU.4W1.79 of
Not so-here, ? % aylng In part: over the receipt I

'. "W hat tball we do with the nf'gro'l 1904.The i/
r People who have been our steady customers. for yearswill Certainly the education suited to : JacRdonvllle Federal buildingwill 1 lot Ladies, Walking Hats worth 91. to.$2.50 ( ,"')

all tell you that when want the in he white child does not suit the ne- need another congressional appropriation \, to close at. . (I 1
they .newest and best pro.; This bas been demonstrated by I before. it can b. fully . 48c

forty years of experience and'the expenditure completed, t' 1 lot Ladies Trimmed Hats worth f 5 to $7, ( I

: In the Southern states of I Fire; on the 1st destroyed much of ) to close at .. . . . . $:2: .98 ,r,'

.. Clothing Shoes nearly"As a 800000000.race the negro Is deterloratlugmorally and the buslriesg entailing district a lode of of,Apalacbioola,more than 1 lot Ladies Jackets, worth 95.00 to close at ( t
day. Time ha.
demonstrated every that he Is. more crlmnal 100000. :,' .only. . . . . . $3.98 :r ;

: .. and all as a free man than as a slave A. :rof, O. BusBelf of Brooksvllle 1 lot Ladies Fine Skirt::; /q. . .$1.50 to $5.00 .'
manner.of things that Hen and Boys wear, they'arcsure that he Is Increasing In criminality was elected pVesldent of the state j '
Fleeced Underwear close
of getting Just what want in with fearful rapidity, being one- teachers association at the Miami ., ; Plot Boys' to at 350 d
they .
our third more criminal 18UO than he :, meeting lost{ week., We are closing out A big lot of Winter ( '

Our business reputation and our magnificent tradehas ., "wasin-lUoO./ by the The census startling show that, facts those reealed The United Slate monitor Florida Dress Goods and can give you some Bargains.

been built upon a foundation of who can read and write are more Is i anchored off Jacksonville for three Our $1.50 Shoes 'for Men and Ladiescan't (
the days this week for the of al-
criminal than illiterate, whldh Is purpose 1
true ofno other element of our lowing Its Inspection by citizens, I be duplicated elsewhere. fWe
pop .
'.4 Honest Modern Goods at' Honest Prices., latton.. Marlon county is moving for. new handle Beacon Line' and James Means' ( '

"Irf the south Mississippi particularly court house. A maRS meeting o/ )\I' Shoes for Meu For Ladies. @
; ybu can get Try
I know he Is growing worse citizens. of the held at
That was
reputation is what caused rush of to county
.the .
: buyers '
every year. You can scarcely pickup Ocala last Saturday: Ib urge the Me,. Dixie Girl and HighPoint Shoes. @
yisit our store during the ten day's flurry immediately pre- 1 a newspaper whose\ pages: are not build InK. } Good 'Y
b lackotaed with an account of an un- C Suspenders 5, roe 15, 25: 350 pair.
teding Christmas. mentional crime committed by a I The great automobile races will Men's Fleeced Underwear.;, @
euro brute and thin crime"I wantto occur on Day tona.beach January 22-:. .
The people that bought of us then are talking:.for us Impress upon you Is but the manifestation I 27th. The fast machines from allover } Come to us for d .

of the negro's aspiration for are aJready-, ather.Illg. ( .
now. p, octal equality encouraged largely ; Laces, Embroideries, Trimmings" (Corsets ,

It you will look at any calendar for 1906 'you will see by the character of free education in. Lake City' has begun the work of i Underwe/ir Hosiery etc.
that there will be just 312 Bargain Days in Clothing andMen's vogue which the state Is levying paving Its principal streets with (tI l
tribute upon the white people to vitrified I brick. Other streets will be Remember we are closing out all Ladies
Furnishings during the coming year at maintain. paved with flint rock and cement .
"It Is your function to put a stop The sewer contractors are also at Hats to make room for our Spring line. Will
'" to the worse than wasting of a half. works a soil of
million dollars annually money regardless cost. I
taken; from the tolling white men Harr/ H. Floyd has been appointed A' pretty lot of Long Coats and Cravens (
Fearnside, Clothing Company and women of l\lIeslsBlppl-and devoted tax collector ot St. Johns county
to the vain purpose o' trying by Oov. Broward to fill out the un- ettes to go cheap.

to make something of the negro expired term of the late Collector Men's and Boys' Shirts at popular prices. (
which the Oreat Architect ef the jopez. The appointment is said to "
\ : Florida Universe failed to provide for in the 'neet with quite general approval. If you have any of our Rebate Checks, @

? 'Pal lka, original plan of creation." A. Jacksonville paper exclaims bring them in-$5.00 worth redeemable. @. .

with the New Year: "Millions Invested We thank for !' patronage and. @ ,
Wilson Cypress Co. Does In But the you past .
j ? Hm JBDilmlHliii Uiiii'rIr7mlnfJ lir 1NiHiHiHm Handsome. ; Thing.The paper dons new not companies.state what proportionof earnestly solicit your trade for the coming year.j'* (@(?1 rl",

the millions was in wind what in Our Spring Stock will be fine and up-to- '
Wilson Cypress has water and what In actual
company money
_._ date. @
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made a New Years' gift of gill to Its "squlgulam.. .

eAch of the white churches In this F. O. Sampson's residence at Yours for a prosperous year i.
; h h h ,
P a03 h h city hurches.and $25 There to each are of the five colored white loardman burned to the grouud on

New Year's day: This home was
churches and about three times
as built 15 years ago cost $25,000: and
Diamonds, Watches many colored.In was said to be the driest residence inlarlon

to : has sent addition Its check the'for Wilson S50 each Company to the county. It WAS insured for ) John T. Bond .' .
and Silver Novelties treasurer. of the Palatka Public LIbrary ,
r 1 and the fire department.The John B. Nixon manager of Kress .
letters conveying the gifts d c: Co's store, Pen aeol.., is missing.The i
were all on bout I ha same order as safe of the store Jiad been robbed Racket Store.P.
the following: and Nlxon'a keys were found (

SMITH'She Jeweler. Wilson Cypress Company, near the safe. The knob of the cafe I

? Saw and Planing \Mills. was later found In Nixon's room. O. Box 100. PALATKA. FLA. f
Palatka, Kla.( 1-2-1900. tress A Co. are satisfied that Nixon

Treasurer Palatka Public Library, robbed them and lied.
GlfU for Ladles or Qantlamen. The very choicest of Gold and Gold Filled

Watches (fully guaranteed). A well selected stock of Diamond Mounted Dear Sir City.:- The secretary of the navy has announced Goods
,to his purpose of appearing before Shoes (
Rings and Brooches. Plain and Engraved Buttons, Hoarf 1'lns and WnlatSets. I As per Instructions Just received the-House and Senate Commit Dry / flillinery 1

:";ii Also Fancy Neck Chains In Oold and Oold l Filled with Lockers InRom'aii from our'General Manager, Mr. A. E. eon on Naval Affairs, and urge the ;) .

or Polish. Brush Combs and Mirror Sets, Military Sot In Sliver, Wilson, we herewith !hand wishe.'torthleISew you our placing at Pensacola of an Immense I W ? si1 '91a 3"7raF7t'ccxLo ;'
heck for $50110 with best
best line of Umbrella to be graving dock one sufllclent to ncommodate .
:'i' French Grey. Ebony and Horn. 'rhe very EIgobtnlned Year. the! largest'l .!battleships :
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"" Yours very truly, Of toe navy. The CloclC win cost over -
Wilson Cypress Co. a million dollars. GENERAL NEWS. A Deserving Charity. '
ym m im m masKAdministrator's By. F. H. WII.BOW.
r r sr F.H.W.IIP. Murray, 12-year old son of R. D. Next Sunday morning: at'sI. Mon- 'f: ;

," --- -- This Is the UHiial onstom of the Canning of Tampa was looking down "Fighting Bob" Evans: In to be ices. Catholjo church, Rev FAther .
the barrs.1! of a shot gun. New Year's made a Vice Admiral of the nuvje" '
the of Barry that the 'j+
WIlROnOOmlal1Y beginning announces offering "
day, when the was ;
COFFEE PLANT.A accidentally
JNotlcc.This THE each year. Pretty custom too. discharged The entire load struck Qeo. B. McClellan was sworn in as will go to the Orphanage of Sister / '

and Puaallaic Fire Dnncw. the lo the face mayor of New York on Jan. 1st. \ Ann of "
el''t months aftoltted11ro rinlnreeqa Natlr. of A.1.'*alula That WaaTranauorKu boy tearing away a Mary Jacksonville, and he J rurges 'L
I. hereby te ylken given the theatlh day of April of the Indiana. to Arable.1'ho In Memoriam. large portion of his bead. Death Twelve hundred union pi In tern In that the offerings be ass liberal 1" :

A. I). 0I'lr1{ 1"ld.?& )f: dI.eharge from i Mysterious are many of tho ways of orln! of coffee Is lout In tho The following resolutions were : was Instantaneous. Jew York have struck work In the as the work deserves. d't

the""furMlh", County OtImnl..aloo, r or a the eem10 of the red innn. Dr. Matthews of Wash mint of aiithiully but the plnut Is believed adopted a> recent meeting of Pine i Miss Grace Markle ot Winter Haven .trulgle"or an eight hour work day. Those who desire to 1rlve to this I" .'

Julia D. Wady lateol said' novnty, Alelln.Ire10r\deoeesnl.) ington gave an Interesting account of : to he 'u uutrve of Abyssinia and Land Lodge: F. & A. M. nt Francis, was accidentally shot at midnight President Roosevelt shook hands charity and who 'will be otherwise

This Win' WW ($It J.\Ober.A.\ 1>.. 100:.. 00' ..SIDEXtl a Ire dance which be was fortunate to have tim-n carried theuco Into Arabia on the death E. W. Smith: New Year's day. The pistol with 0.05U (people by actual count at
The wa.ln the handset J. W. engaged on Sunday morning can
enough to witness {In the far west I fifteenth whence Cunnlngmin. the New Year's reception at the
In thu century
spectators were seated about a large oaily Whereas, the Orand Master of the A party of young people were White House. leave their offering with Rev. Father [i
curried It to
tor'8 Notice.To tho Mocuau pilgrims soon universe having been pleaded to call sating to. greet the New Year '
; In the center of which burned up Barry at the rectory tlme )
I open space, all parts of the Mohammedan world.A from earthly labor to eternal refreshments and the pistol was to be shot as the Former Governor Frank Stennen- ;: f '
whom It mar oonoern iinttlun a ruddy fire. bureau of commerce and labor publication on Deo. 20th, 1005, our brother clock struck the hour of midnight. berg of Idaho was assassinated witha Sister Mary Ann's orphanage Is'-at'. ,// .t
tols months otter lie date and hereof Iea0here I will to pre'oho I Suddenly sounded a loud blowing of notes that Burton lu his "Anat B. W. Smith who during the period It is not known exactly how the accident dynamite bomb last Saturday present caring for 83\ little orpliajj : .Ii 't t

snot County 10'Jude aUld 01 a"'uu'pm cam Count. Florldll, and I buffalo' horns, mingled with a strangecry omy of Melancholy" ((1021) makes this hat; he was a member of this lodge, happened but Miss Markle, night, ache was closing the rear gateof girls and their support !Is wholly'lffrom "\ / "t ,
Iio dl".r..urolll'he further.Imlo 1.- tho call of a sand hill crane. so endeared himself to us that his who died his home.
sok 10 be like within hour
reference to It: "Turks have a drink an fully exlonerated the free will
....... D. anoeawM offerings of the :
at A. Tuokor
of the Nearer and nearer It came, and then memory will ever be cherished In Cunningham whoIs James W. Wadsworth Jr., has
111. DeaemborH\ A. called coffee, so named from a berry young people. The aged who Is making .
v.IITOi. RECTOR. there bounded Into the clrclo ten men our hearts, therefore be It crazed with grief been nominated by the republicans Jster:
Ailmlnlatrator ol the will ol A.D. Tu.r. dOO. waist and bearing long black as soot and na bltter-wblch they Resolved that this lodge Is deprived for speaker of the New York state the care of little girl orghans her ?
IlI6m naked to the bark. elp up hot because they dud by experience of a member who was thoroughly Jacksonville speaks of the shipment assembly. He wall opposed by ExUov. life work is well-known rand highly
bundles of shseddod cedar that that kind oC drink so used Imbued with the precepts and of 219,933,0,13 feet of lumber HeuJ. B. Odell, the state republican -
Executors Notice: Kound.and round the fire danced the bolpeth digestion and promoteth alac rinnlples of our order evinced. in a from that port during the year, but bo s. Wadsworth is a soil-in. revered by the Christian people of

little procession, chanting and waving rity." \life marked by integrity and uprightness doc not say how much wan cut law of the late John Hay, secretaryof Jacksonville without regard to denomination

Notlne hereby wTeball given, Hint nn.l an roturu.MomUf of, June our the flexible fagots. After same time Although brought Venice. by a physician the cardinal Masonic virtues bere. As Palatka has one mill that state. Her grand work speaks I'forltself.
IlIIb account, tan,, sod, ouoliera ae .,*..,,,.ore of I lh. the lender abruptly stopped and lighted In 1001( It was only In 1052 that slid who presented not only to his cuts 100,000 feet every. day, and all of The Chicago Record-Herald has Children of all denominations .
I,to will sod t."Mian> of KU ..' .. '.."''I'''"', his fagot of bark. The others followed brethren, but the community an ex- its product goes through the Jacksonville commissioned Walter Wellman to
established cared
mr oar dleherae, Oft iwh) tho first coffeehouse was are for. The only ques-
deceasedd and house and
apply and an inspiration to better custom as
.......... ED\VARD "NIUIIS, his example. ample many roach the north pole' by means of an
E. a-OH'rKK. In London, and It only became fashionable deeds. other towns in the state are doing.I tion asked, is the child an orphaQ
the and his
ALMA J. wild race. At first air ship report findings by
SARAH A JENKINS. Now began a each I In Paris !n 1000 .says the same Resolved, that bowing as we do In the same thing:,,would It not be'wine wireless telegraph Wellmnn will and homeless ?
PatMkt, via.,Deo.II, IWI!. .. Indians kept close, spitting upon to authority. England gradually forsook humble submission to the Divine to credit some of this energy and have with him on the expedition The News trusts that the Palatka
other's back a substance supposed coffee for tea but the progress of the will, we mourn the loss of an efficient product to the state? Jacksonville Santos Dumont, who wilt construct
have medicinal virtue. Soon they ran beverage though slower, was steadier and earnest brother, a devoted Is all right: but its only a small partof the offering may measure up to the opportunity -
Publication. the long brilliant and the state of Florida. for doing real good thus offered
Order for !! I without concert, France. adherent of Freemasonry a faith- great '
of flame flaring behind them. la ful friend whose dally life so clearly James B. Howard convicted< of tho to our people.
IN COURTS.,1IfI) \LO1ROul'r streamers when the Dutch began to Governor Browned has lssu d
THe OIROUIT } JrtH JOBIfjl Until 1000, murderer of Qov. William Ooebelof
round reflected the fundamental truthe and
the ground
pisVMM CuUN'CT. A. they sped over
successfully grow coffee tree In Java death warrants for four murderer, CARLETON LETTER.
CHAlJcEKAlmgTroup Kentucky three times, and who
IM brandsto tenets: our fraternity.
the circle they applied the fiery all to be executed the ninth
on dav
from the Mallbar India) bean, all cot- Resolved that sincerely appealed the case to the U. S. snrenie -
we deep
l ,ml for tile bodies of themselves and com fee from Arabia. The coffee culture )- and affectionately of February 1908. They are Howard court, still stands convicted. Since our last letter to The News,
came ly sympathize
Samuel Trou"i Defendant f DI.oroe'It rades. Not a man turned as the tlgorous and Central lu their Sanford white man convicted In The court sustained the a very pretty wedding has occurred, "
Indies his
of the West with family sorrow reminding supreme
IntheIllll his VVakulla county at the fall term of The contracting parties Mr. F.
appearing by arndaTlt appended burning blows descended on courts. were
atated auae that Sane and South America bad< Its beginnings. them that He who tempersthe Kentucky I[.
"111e4 In the above woulllsel1.e the Circuit Court of murder III the Vauae postmaster of Edgar and
Sometimes they
UHl Trmtp, tbe defendant therein named Is anonrealdent naked back. Is said. In slip taken from a tree In wind to the shorn lamb, looks Thomas H. of the Idlss Price
:: oC the State ol Vlnrlila, 114.4) Ire IcS brand In their hands and rub It a with Infinite first degree!! and sentenced to be Judge Paynter Daisy who resided near
realilent of. Croaaland. 'In the State ot the the botanic gardens at Purse, which down compassion upon lung. Noble Collins, convicted at 'Centucky' Court of Appeals has been Carleton.. knot was tied
Oeorgla. that he I.oven the age of twoiityoneyanra It over their flesh as If It were a had obtained a vigorous growth from a theniln the hour of their trouble. the; fall term of the Circuit Court: nominated by the democratic caucus by Ilev. B. B. Mosey a Baptist mlil
,, and that there lit no portion lu the State and they were giving thorn- Resolved, that. copy of these resolutions .if the for U. later at 8 o'clock "
of rinrlila, whom the ..r.lo. ol Kuhpiieiiawoul.l sponge cutting said to have" been stolen from be sent to the of Lake county, and sentenced to be Kentucky legislature s. p. m. on the 27th
bind upon....ob Defnndanti It la then-fore orlored.II.O..I solves a bath of flamos. On they at Amsterdam. All family our bung for the murder of Julia Sharp. Senator to succeed Senator J. S. O.Hlackburn. ult., at tbe'rel1denoe of the bride's
< <. nun-reel.lain, >.(.'nilaot he andhe danced and whipped and rubbod uutll the /gardens and deceased brother and spread In full Andrew Jackson alias Sim Jackson, His nomination was parent. The attendants were Mr.
the old new
la berebyrrgalred :la appear to before the Dill MonUay ot- all seemed a dualling ring of lire to the tho plantations of upon the minutes. convicted at the tall term of the Circuit made on the first ballot Henry Price, brother of the bride ?
ouiplnlnt) nlml In ealil cause on or derived from the H O. MtLLKB
the flth dar ofrebruarjr. AD. other- onlookers. world are practically Court, St. Johns county for the and Miss\ Ida Vauae, sister of tJle
John A.
McCall of
illl'i J. H. IIlCKKNLOOPKK president the
first to ,
wile the altoxalloiia or said takenaaeonCeaaoil and blistered specimens taken from Arabia, murder of AliceJackson. Robert bride groom. Among the guest were
by slid Cenilant.. Ant were there sore India thence to Java and elsewhere. It. II. BKOWNINO, }Ford convicted In the fall term of New York Life, has his that com- Prof. Jernigan and bride from Tif- 7
11 la further llabed, onoe a weak fur 5 oonewmtlve wools. In not for! the Circuit Court of Nassau county, the sum beingthe amount ton, Oa., also. Flank Jernlgnn of
the Palntlm Newe, a newapnpar publlahed In worn blankets? Apparently Occasionally a man figures on a reserved for the murder of QusHla Williams, tnlsaproprlatd hatburn, N. '-'., \Mr. Willis, of Co- .
sold' (Jf and' and talked with the COUOR ROIIDY: TBS > by him to Andrew Ham-
> Matthews saw
unty Dr.
sent in heaven because he once All are except Howard Sanford ooa! Fla..and the family of the
negroes i
Wi..... mi nan.l and onlulal Best Ibis, the after- the dance, and BEST MADB. iton to purchase legislatures. Mo-
directly brUU'a
intb day oC December, 1_. actors gave away *a old coat Tallahassee Capital. Call, It is understood has. resigned' his parents
J.ll.< JOSEPH PRIOR.H. they seemed to experience: no dl com- "In my opinion Chamberlain's Cough A fine wedding dinner waVglren
Olrouttlnurh8ullelmr position as president of the N. Y.
for Complainant.The Olerk. 1A-w-6' fort Traa-lo CIa.I..... Dal'.. Remedy Is the best made for colds," ..1......... Life after the marriage ceremony, of
His explanation of the secret does not Buys Mrs Cora Walker ot Portervllle, There soma temper wrought up which all were well pleased.Mr. .
inrludethe mysterious compound which Christmas, which Is usually regarded I California. There Is no doubt about Its Ex-President Grover Cleveland and Mrs. Vauee rrtsetved somo
each! other. That, as the happiest day of all the year, being the beet. No other will cure a by habitual selfishness to an utter Insensibility has been appointed and has accepted very pretty wedding present,
the Indians spat upon of value. ; wanes ed tragic events. : cold eo quickly.; No other U so pure a of what become. ot the fortunes the position of anti-rebate referee amounting to more than $100. The-
Best Exercisetc he thinks, was probably no temperature Diocletian began doa.ot his persecutions preventive ol pneumonia. No other Is of their fellow creatures, .. It for the New York Life, Equitable happy couple, after receiving the
But cedar bark, Ignites at a low of the Christmas In 803 when so pleasant and safe to laY These are they were not partakers of the same and Mutual Life insurance companies congrntulntlons\ of t h e fr many

he had III''In" .a game of Box and the white eatfh; with on Christ. -e day be burned a church good reasons why It should be preferred nature or had no lot or connection at ,at a salary of .OIIO per friends repaired to Edgar and will
Ball. It's a muscle builder which the men, were thickly coated was full of the followers of the Nasaren to any other. The fact !. that few people all with the species,-Sterna.CHaH year. Any agent of these aompa- settle there to house keeping:, as Mr.
and an appetite provoker. an excellent nonconductor.-Youth's Is said to have are satisfied with any other after tiles who gives rebates will be dismissed Valise Is lupterlntendent of the kaolin
!Most people' tell us that our Companion. William the Conqueror and having once used this remedy. For sale. BIiA.Iirs COCOa RCUBDT ABSO-, from service and not re-em works at that place. .>.
Alley In. the finest they've slaughtered/ 100,000 m.n. women by.Ackerman-Stewart; Drug company. LOT*!.! U RHL_. ployed by any of these companies Mr. \M. It. KIt!: of Springfield,
ever played on. We take children on Christmas day In the :year The fault of Riving children medicine Ma..., came. to Carleton on the 26th
their word for it. Ladles play Real D.II'I'' at Work. 1008. FOR SALE-COWS-I will be In containing inJ)minus substances, is sometimes News' was received at Richmond ult., has bought pl'opertY.h..r..., and a
IrHV-Tueiday afternoons. "That was a terrible. crime commit. In 1170 Thomas a Becket preached a Palatka one week with a car load of more disastrous l thavtha disease Va., Dec. Blst of the death at his of course intend. Vostar: In Florida. l
ted yesterday." Christmas TSay sermon that caused bill Fins Milch Cows. Come at once from which home In Charlestowii W. Va., of We have every reason to ho thank
they are suffering Every
Maurice{ Lamon "It was so. Have the police made death four days later. and get your choice. H. 1". JohnsoiUrlllln mother should know that Chamberlain'. George: Washington: oldest'moil. of ful for the many n..w corners rwconli
any progress toward. apprehending the John Wycllf. the great.reforninr died, u... Jan. 10th or llth sale I Cough Remedy Is perfectly sere for the late John Augustine Washington ly who are !good citizen. and, ,,'PI'/'
who the but Indlvldun
Box Hull and. guilty parties?" on Christmas day 1384. begins.On children to taka. It contains nothing owner of Mount Vernon anti the ins .elitnllve people. IJ. M, S,
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Tim flu Alley, "Oh. yea They've persuaded the In 1003 Christmas day In London January II the ferry will resum*. harmful cud for coughs, colds and erou P, of the distinguished Washington. If you want to get :vourmoney'a wortli
Central newspapers to take the matter up.- saw, the great plague at 1U height Sunday trips and continue the same; Is unsurpassed.. For sale by; Acker family to be born 11the\ mecca o/ and see a good COLD knockout, pre J

Iiorajtn.. Street Loulsvlllo Courier-Journal One thousand people were dying: dally until further 1I0tln.'i man-Stewart Drug Company.! American freedom. Peek's Plus Tar By rup. tt '

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S"" ,, ,,. lay God help us to live much with ii oueawwuo acooiwaaaauUdbftti '
THE PALATKA NEWS ho J3lble and? in prayer. Then when : ZAKOWILL EPIGRAMS ': .
$! w. C. T. U. DEPARTMENT. $ we battle with Ihe enemy Ood can APnint.made j'V The V :1:1I ,
% ; AND ADVERTISER also against him the standard of I :
;| Edited by' Mn. Lute. U. llnnkln.rnlnikn ; hits own word and wisdom lit us. r
: Entered at the Palalka
poHtofllceas I Fla.. '
mallable matter of the second : .
olass. ."" "" A LUCKY REPORTER. to sell well Inner )

-A i THOUGHTS VOn PHIl \VKEK. .. Tbtt must,be. made to
lie IIn..04 to B oft the Spot on

) Pablralied. at Pal atka. Fla., on : While we linger let us labor, Important Oeolulona.It ...

Friday byRUSSELL Striving always KIIO lave wn not I a friend. or neighbor to bag his gninv, leaving not a I

__ A VICKERS. Needing now our soliuiv, triifi single chance for escape It might be ) : Our '- :

Be the miser self-evanished further said however, that tbe element "' t. ,I ,: :c '- of ft i K<(Wt' J3tmkNtaugu: ''\.
I Out of sight and out of mind; of link docs creep lu now and then red sales on '
;: wM. A. RUSSELL Editor Vith the iimrow Ego banished, cither to a newspaper man's advantage ill_ V V : r 18 HOllU'lllirig! [).(ll't1.. < \ I

-- -- Loving hearts you'll surely IInd. or to bin ruin. Wuen Reginald Foster 'V d V ( -'"
erwim.WilliUmS V' Invly want to ebowy9ii i .
WHY MEN DEFAULT. lasts to help a fallen brother V was one of tbe croft, lie became famous 8 ,, ,
Up to stand and smile again ; as the luckiest of reporter lie was .! : .. ..
- : ; Some time ago the Insurance Press We were made to help each other alert energetic and capable of writing vr )

.\, published a lot of letters (from president (Sharing! Hfioli the other's pain. nn excellent story when he landed It,, own 'No Range except a Uuck can stand! the Benrch'\: ; ,

.I : of surety companies, dlncuHS- Tls not kith and kin are neighbors, but scciupd! to have a mascot perennial of P01111 .V 'liglit of thorough inspection. It's a 'qu Rt.ion. ; \
? Ing the causes of defalcations by Tla not family ties that hold- and, eternal. Wherever he went he ) ..

clerks and other trusted employes. needs of love shall bless thy Inborn stumbled nplm a "hunt." He happened Lied ,wliieli' }part of Buck's, the inside or outside, is l .
More than mints of lot, ,'<.Iell gold. -this season (V
to be a St. Patrick' day pn- '
The statements of these men may be reporting This to !Buck's Sto\ea! Jlnug-
Let, then deeds of. human kindness rndo and. went Into the Windsor hotelto .il I ( the best. applies ,
accepted as authoritative All sections amounts to
801'row's prey make whole again ; telephone his ollce! when the fateful over I Heaters. '
c ea or
of the represented. V
oouutry are
Drive this blindness the .
away narrow Ire started In that hostelry, resulting
: In one northern city, where heavy, Hiding from the human, pain. In the horrible deaths of a great mini- fifteen tons t.\ .

defalcations had been unusually. numerous her of persons. Foster abandoned the ( enl
rlnxtel the of
germs gladness scatter
the most common causes assigned Where the thorn and bramble grow ; parade, and helped rescue the ImprisonH which is oooo .. .
were three All may make existence. better patrons of the burning hotel and

r "1. New York stock exchange; With the seeds each. one may sow lint night wrote a graphic account of nd pounds.
he Ore from start to finish. He was they
9. Chicago board of trade
; What Is tho W. C. T. U.? '
"9. Now Orleans eotton market." The \Vom. n'a Christian Tcimprr- the most available reporter In New

'i In Cleveland, New York and Boston cues Union Is an organization ofJlnlHtlmi York when the great Hoboken fire Atkermon.8lewml
( I women\ banded together started and hiring a steamer la the
In all caaes where speculation or tlm protection, (Of tho home, and name of his newspaper, he saved many; ;
was not assigned as the> first' cause it I hu abolition of the liquor tralllo Ives before tile Bremen could render ed -

i was given second place. working along many lines' 'and In nld. When President McKlnley; -wasnsHimslnated > Drug[ Corn ony. -

i In New-York a cause put prominently forty distinct doparrmunts., to secure at Burrolo the first news -

forward was betting on horse better laws, hotter living, better men came to all the papers In New York In ._ _

; : races. and prosperity women for, lumpier tile\ masses homos, through, more the shape of a very brief bulletin. A .!cu *""" WVWv.\ .IV"- ATLANTIC COAST LIHE.. .

: group? of newspaper' men simultaneous- r .
In Boston, "extravagant; expenditures I- the destruction of evil evlronmeiit
- q on women" was given as a and corrupt pll ctlcea. It is the lineal Iy naked of each other, "Where Is Fos- BO. '
defendant, of the great historic tot: ?" Somebody; explained that be was A We Furnish
t leading cause. event the Woman's temperance then on his vacation nt Narragansett the The Great Through Gar Line From Florida

Here In the south card.l playln;&,was crusadu of 1873-74, and Is the largest\ I'ler[ but, even while he was speaking, :>

assigned as doing the most harm. society e' {' composed exclusivelyof a tulcgrnm to the city editor was received .

In all the cities Intnmper&nce was women ,euid,!.-| conducted entirely, by < and, torn open. It read thus: V"Iwns Good CONNECTIONS : .
them. l-Incli member. of thin
given as a prolific cause of dcfaleft organization Is required.l to sign great the right beside the president when he ) To THE ATLANTIC; COAST LINE Charleston
liana, as It was also of business fail pledge, mid pny the annual membership was shot, having come to Buffalo exposition 1 East" } ,

ure. dues. The' badge is a knot of to close my vacation. Will and Groceries the Richmond Washington.. V

These officers all agreed that only white ribbon and the trysting hour tend) full descriptive story tonight." It f

a very small proportion of defaulters each is the white noonridti rlbhoner hour of the pinyerwhun world over was Foster.Magazine..-Heinscii Crawford In Success .To 'West( l The Louisville &; Nashville via Montgomery.\

1 ",. 'deliberately set out to defraud their Is expected to lift her heart to Uod Every Day; tile (f The Mobile/ ; Ohio U. n. via Montgomery.
f k employers; that defalcations In nine In 1 prayer for His blessing on the to ,
work and woikersand THE MARINE ENGINEER.5iarilIn .
the overthrow
cases out of ten came us a result of Via Savannah. and Ocean for
1 Steamship Company
of the liquor system ami Its allies. To .
disastrous speculation or other.. The hues or work are: 1st, Orgmilntlon Example" Bhowlitic She Dmm in the V EastlVia t I New York, l'h iladelph ill.. and Boston.

losses. ;2nd, Preveuutive! ;Hrd, Kdncatlonal4th : .... of ills C.llln.. .'the } Via Norfolk and Stnatner for N. Y., Wash., Bait.

The first step In defalcation Is t"kon. ; KvaiigullhtIcDth; tlocl"l l0lh; Of all causes of holler deterioration VV Co'' Via Savannah and Merchants; Miners Transpor-

: with the Intention of returning the legal ; which are sllll fuilhttr! divided says H. P. Watson In the Engineering Year. Steamship I J tuition Company for lialtimoro and Phila.
Into forty dnpui, 'tniuntM, The !
r Magazine, by far the most numerousare I
i money. It Is surreptitiously "bor- world Is belted with the white
ribbon but ; '
troni New
those tbe presence ft Our Goods are Fresh
t ; rowed" In an attempt to get out of a of the Woman's/ Christian Union I arising A ( To JIY WEST Via PENINSULA ANDOCCIDENTAL
and as the I lime scale and Its twin sister Incrustation; and we would like to. have you'
tight corner. But gambling, or changes iirouml t. V tar f' and V .
If globe, no tne hour of prayer,, when but broken braces can give an engineer call anti' Inspect them.It HAVANA i; STEAMSHIP CO.
speculation even successful at
our Christian women pray' tor the a very bad first, lures one on, deeper and deeper cause ,no near our hearts, for the steamer plying ou the great lakes It Is not convenient for you V .

Into It. And some day there comes homes thut the Inmates IMIIV load many; years ago carried very high the to call Just phone jour ordnr In to f: Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13XM(( ) miles of the principal railway

losses that cannot be retrieved. pure liven. and for the soldier .and steam for those days-flfty pounds per No 84:and It will receive prompt Sand ot the Southern! States are on sale by the principal agents.

,, The showing made by these surety sailor. boys who are lead Into temptation square' Inch on a very large und light careful, attention. -, "Through Pullman Sleeper Port Tampa, to Now York:, vU. AtliinUo East Coast
that they may lio given strength shell. The engineer watch was down Line; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Pouthorn I rllw8Y."
k presidents leaves little cause for to resist the evil. The' word "Uhrls- For complete Information call on E. P. Jackson, Ticket agent or address
& wonder that the largest surety com- tlan" we consider the most I in pur- In the fire room looking around< when aloud L. C. For nmarvatlons and Information apply to Agents Atlantic Coast Line, or write I

,I caules have resolved to refuse to tan word of our title. The WOrk accomplished bang came from one of the boll- hn, Stephens 'FRAN BOYLHTON. DIRt. Pass Ag..ntV.. I). STARK Traveling Pass. Afit. 'I'
from the time of the ers. Instantly: divining the cause hlooked _! : .
1 bond any man who eambles. ".'..m .. _"ft.. "_ ........... .... hno h'.uU ot- 1314 West Bay street Astor Building, Jacksonville, Florida.
triiJi-i aiiuu )iiinnue, WOU1Ube qucstlonlnKly the bead watchttunler H. M. EMEKBON./ Tramo Manager W. J. CRAIG, General Passenger Agent. 4,
iis naught\ if it were not I they ure ) who replied, "Bo Jabers I hope sh Kirby and Morris Streets r. Wllmlnirton. North Carolina.PALATKA. "
Christian' playing women. Ho let us that ain't next door neighbor to the ed ,
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REMEDY FOR NERVE lomemuur. lu these. days. of stress. one that let go ou the other watch." IIn 3 Palatka, Florida. E .----=+ -+- -. ===-_.
and strain. In those ,
days of lutulleoualinldu
: JANGLE. In I these times of culture-, That startled the engineer for he had ; L =V ?-L.tx.c.m. : :: : .
Klbert Hubbard who once In a in this hour when the 'enemy, glows not been told of tlie other broken brace. <
l1 while stumbles into more subtle, less. open In the light, Ho at once stopped the blowers, open- tbe FLORIDA. I
a great truth
: more" deadly, we 'need to live much ed the doors, shut the stop valve between cub I' Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and i
c face to face with the only Hook Uod boilers and put on the feed OF APPLICATION FOR
... "Amerluanltla Is on the increase/ linn given,, us directly from Himself. pumps as rapidly as they could go sons : Tax, Deed Under Section 8 of ClinpU4HH8 Patents. '.

the wise ones say. Amerlcnultli The statistics of all our W. I). 'I'. U. to redu e pressure The deck department LAWS. ot Florida. L PRESCRIPTIONS OAREfULL.Y COMPOUNDED f
comes from an Intense desire to 'git departments show great progress In was notified that it would be Notice Is hereby given that. W. 0 OAUDBN SEED. AKolita Mallory t 8l ..m.hlp Linn.. S
tliar' and the world to-diiy. bcUntlllo temper- purchaser of tax" c rllllcat =+ 1 1A 1i
an awful fear that to stop and they hauled to
you can- necessary
I alice Instruction in all public schools 1'V 641! dated the 2nd day: of Juy.
not. The ounce of prevention Is to Is required by law In I all our status. one sldo of the channel and waited for D l'JO< boa. Hind .said corlillcute t 10 .

., cut down your calling list, play tag/ ; ami. territories and Is spi ending over' the coming up of another boat In the ) office, and has inikiltt application t"l m"rnmm"rmnmm"", ", ", '
with the children and let the world the world ; satisfactory text books same him passed a few miles back. ; deed to Issue In accordance will) law
slide." have been made and are being. adopted The passengers (there were 1,000 on certificate embraces the following
( .: by school boards; the liquor treBles. board) and mails were transferred and property situated In Putnam PAINTS |
Amerleanltls-nerve Jangle-Is the power to obstruct) this education/ the boat returned with the injured be Florida to-wit: --

.; result of the strenuous life. It Is grows less year by year. Women holler out of business. ; WJ of nwj and nwj of s'"J, section $1.$ :::: that will wear tIS:
caused by the ,vote st school elections. Unfer- township 12, range 211-120 .uorca.
perpetual motion Idea
Upon examination the next day It E Wall Kiilsomliie.Viirnlsh
men ted wine on tho communion ta ; The said land being assessed at th! Paper .
of business. It is the product of the ble Is now the gmieml 1 rule In Pro- was found that three braces bad given of of tho lasua lee of such cettlQuat :: Glass. and 5
convulsive notion of testaiit churches. at or near one another two letting so -
spnsin doing Tim cup that In, way the name of Unknown. UII-
.lIt things. toxicates has boeii banished.. Nonalcoholic go simultaneously apparently, and be less said certificate shall be redeemed. E JAP-A-LAC 2DODGE'S
Reserve power Is iee, <.l..d. No medication has been that tbe precautions taken against a according to law, tax deed will issue --
really great work proved tie| best by mai.y years test disaster (which would have been terrible It on the 31).h. day ot December,
was ever done in such PAINT STORE 1Pnlatka
';,'1 great hospital us the lied.l If It bad occurred) were m ne too A. O. 1005.Witness) < ,
.* without reserve power-the Cross: the Battle Creek (Sanitarium and goal
power ; offlulnl slgnatuie
\ This with my
.. soon. was merely an episode :; FIR.mmmmmmmmmmm.
behind the and theVoman'a .
force. Hospital .
Orator singer, Temperance this the 23d day ot November, A D 1905SCAI
f. in the everyday duty of an engineer
'riter-yen., merchant, shopman at Chicago und thousands of [ ,] JOSEPH: Pith E,
and carries Its
< physicians uie little 01' alcohol In own warning.
:. Clerk Circuit Court Putnam Co.. Florida
4 f.xriner-wlio exhausts all life power their practice.! Tim cigarette. is goIng i ; : ;; -r A)7NOTICE>_ .rt... .*.>.__,_.uuu_...i A"._.UU..._, , .UQ.1_,_l... SMALL HOT BIRD
by a single; effort or.. series of forts! out Tobacco secures fewer Jumble of l ansraaff**.
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4 does second grade work. His elfort boys. Obscene literature has been There are towns In Hungary; and It OF APPLICATION FOB and a large/ cold bottle are a Play Box Ball -

lacks Initiative, vim. The driven from news stand. counters, small towns too, where from seven to Tax Deed Under Santloa 8 of Chapter good combination. Just now.
I snap. contrast all this with the situation 1 will furnish the bottle and '
bow Is overbent and there is no re- ten Idioms ore constantly being used. 4888, Laws of For Ida.. Richards' Alley, on Griffin Lot '
thirty years ago! Oreat things have will let the bird look out for
On tile Oallclan frontier there Is In a Notice Is hereby. given that W. O.
.1. action. Under
beenaccompll..hed. thu worst Is past, Itself. In fact, I will furnish new management
V lovely valley tile old town of E}>erjes. Townsend, purchaser of tax curtllluate
Power will be anvrhlntr that Is
progress V
from more from high-grade Ladles
comes It rapid \
repose now Oil. Strong unions needed The number of Its Inhabitants do not No.. 852: dated the 4th day of April, Whiskies. 01n8.ra.ndl..8., play free Wednesday afternoons
.- comes In no other way. The' forces every where to help drive art out the exceed 12000. To this day the good A. D ,JS93, has fled said certltloato In my Hums, Wines, etc. lIeer sold :a to 0. loe water. F. O. Kuflly I ,.Mgr
of life and has made for
must be dammed up before open saloon and purity the moral atmosphere people of Eperjes are In the habit of office applcatlon by the keg or cask. Bat above, ----- --- -- -- -----
Issue In aocordanoe with !
deed to law.
-, .. they can gather head. around our homes; to pro talking or being talked to In six different Bald certificate embraces the following I all onll for Uenuine HARPER. Dr H. E. DOUGLASS
It Is wise to relax mind and body mote proper education, especially of languages and several dialects described> property situated In Putnam WHISKEY for which I nm ,

44 now and then. It Is good sense to the people children become until total the muss of the An ordinary household will Include a county Fonda to wit : sole :agei.t. Osteopathic Physician,

I allow the vital forces to gather Intoa curry on such departments abstainers of work; to Blovac manservant a Hungarian coachman Lot 1, W bank, of ,.river secllot 35, : J. BREWER. Once tot Rwldunce, con Orange and aLb 8...

reservoir. It l In wisdom to "play as may be needed. Every' wifemother a German cook and a Polish cbam- township H: range 2(1( -46) } acres. V -- -
tag with the children and let the daughter and sister. has a bermnfd. ;What Is still more remarkable / The said.1 laud belLir .acsrasHd.. at the Palatka. Florida. All Curable Diseases suacessfully; treated -
date of the Issuance of suoh coitlllcate In V
,. world slide." vital Interest In and responsibility. each grade of society will tenaciously; without drugs. chronic oases especially -
, the of Uuknown. Unless saidtllloattf .1 '
.. for the destruction of the liquor cling to Its own language for centuries. name eollolted. tf
After shall, bit redeemed.
rest and recuperation, the trntlio and other evils and all should aciordlnR

work one does In original, forcefulstriking be glad to join for this service an organization Th. million, and tho ....t... to 30th( law day, tax of deed December will Issue A D th..I.1UUC. on tbe

resnltful. There's nervo In called.strongly of Uod.\ equipped No other studsignally society A visiting bishop In Washington was Witness. my officialKlnndtin. >-
it. in doing or will ever do our arguing with a senator on the deslrabllity this thmdny. of is"v'ml'r". I D 1 1905.! Study at

V He who has learned the trick of work. Francis K. Wlllaid ; of attending church. At last be [Bsull: JOSEPH I'UICE

' *. shutting himself away for an Inter- out the fact that the W. (J. pointed T. U. ls put the question squarely, "What Is Clerk clrouilt court, Putnam C.., Florida New *lucUu UrtllMmrftMr::*end :ImpfuT.Hrrie* you of Mwitnrf* ,antUUon.nlBBe I In Itte.better It
val from the worry of the strife In the only woman's organization; in ex ;your personal reason (or not attendIng By B. Raymo-ud Price, "" llua Siwly L Mon'you Mwt Mai IMV
' order to gather together the forces Istence progressive.( which The Is both Women's UIHI.t11t1llnd clubs/ ? smiled In nooffensclntended Crop torn. '...Bookkacplnr........'.I G of his The senator a NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB ortc. IJUMlur*, ItMnry riwcttolMw PwUgnuy
being learned ;
; wisdom. are progressive but nut Christian way as be replied, "The fact Is, Tax Dee I Uuder Heotlou 8 of Chapter Scitnew..... l-Altn.ale. UW.SO C ,. Billy.
In these days of strenuous living They strike no blow at the liquor one finds so many hypocrites there." 4888 Laws of Florida. I T-HUM. TonyMer M mil. TMdun,.cc....utd Catilntuc to p.Mtuum.ha
; V the simple life la not to be thoughtof. trafllc or habit. The missionary societies Returning the smile tile bishop acid: (' Notice la hereby given that W. C I Garden AdOto.1.1.UIMKU,Fklatka,Florid.
are Christian and denomlimtlonnl :
Townsend of tax. certificateNo. --
The nearest approach to It U to "Don't let that keep .you away; sena ----------UJ-J-
but do not require the total ; ; tt-JU! datad the .tll dip of Nov., A.
V withdraw oneself occasionally, letting abstinence pledge as a condition of tor. There's always room for one D. 18115, has Iliad said certificate. In my; SeedsFor (
V the world wag on, leaving membership nor champion reforms more."-Philadelphia Post.Ilcjoetod. office., and has made application for tax NOTICE 0V APPLICATION FOR
V to their spasms-taking a the Relief corps, I). A. u.. and similar \ deed to Issue In accordance with law. Tux Deed Under. Hectlon 8 of Chapter
L real rest. Then organisations: are doing a good Bald oortifloate embraces tbe following the. 4888. Laws of Florid
will come easy work along charitable lines mid Ii) "No Mr. Penwlggle." said the fair deeorlbed property situated In Putnam Notice Ie hereby; given that 1C. II.UoL .
V Accomplishment will be In quiet. teaching patriotism. but do do so o4l purchaser. of Tax aertldaate
not girl! to tile literary ;youth who bad proposed county. Florida. to wit : Fall Planting <
IV V Behind the labors will be reserve the work of the W. O. T. U. Oilier "I cannot accept ;you, but that It' Uuv't lot 8, W of river section It No. 377, dated the GtU day of July A. D.
r organizations might uxlst for llNKI, h.8 mud said corllilcate In office
: my
genera .
: against which la.: 20
power the most range -33)) acres.
r r rug tloiis and not hinder to any apprecln does not Imply"- Is The s..ld land holng assessed. at the City Drug MoreDelicious anil has made application for tax,
ged stranuousness cannot compete. ble degree the making of druukards "I know what you would say; he In- dead to issue la accordance with law.
_ ; date of the Issuance of stab oertlnoata IffiL J
nor the licensing of the saloon temipted, bitterly. "A rejection doe In the name of W. A. Bryan Unless Bald certIficate embraces the following
Mr. F..B. Swift a northern gentleman these societies the liquor trade not Imply any lack of merit but a said () rtlll ate shall be redeemed lW describe. property situated In Putnam
r- of evident wealth and culture does not fear, but In the W C./f. IT number of circumstances render an article according to law, tax deed will Issue county, Florida, towlt:

and leisure and sportsman-like Inolinatlons It sees an enemy ruluutless und un- unsuitable. It'. tbe old story."- thereon on the 30th. duj of December, EJ of swj, auction 1, township V 13,
tiring. Bald saloon 27-80 .
V V a kceler'Vedon't Washington Star. A. D. 11)06.Witness) range aefes.The
who spends u deal of his care much for other orgaulsutlons ; my oluolal. signature and seal laid land being assessed at the

Idle hours Jn close commuulon with but If we could l only get rid of Help on Both tiara.. thin the 23d day; of November. A D IOCS.Seal date of the Issuance of suoh certificate
these women who go around with a la the name of( B. F. Cook. Unleiasaid
1ms written .
nature a book (and llt Is white lied Uncle Archibald must tire yon. [ ) JOSEPH PRICE
string lu their buttonholes oortlnoate shall be redeemed
good one) entitled "Florida fane WH would be a great deal hap Bertha, to talk to ;your old deaf uncle.. Clerk circuit K. court Putnam Co. Florida. Bon Bonsand according to t law, tax deed will issue

lea," and the same was recently Issued pier." If once our members could n"rthah., Just a trifle, dear Und ; By 1montll'rloe. dep.olerk. thereon, the 13th day Janucry .. O.

by O. P. Putnam', ** tions..New luily grasp, Lit.. Importance of our Archie. Uncle Archibald-Well-
'I York and London. The story has to work surely they jvouldt 1 not allow say; half so much, bat say; It louder.- \ : Witness my; official signature and Beat
C V do with to'the the pressure or thing outside to Brooklyn Life. V WHEN YOU WANT Chocolates this tile 7th day; of December! A. D.,
? hunting trip head keep. them away from our meetings, 1805.
;' wafers the Ocklawaha, river and and they would, find time to do thel I [Seal 1 JOSEPH PRICE.
V If don't learn to have before All
you Homa-Mada Candies
part of the department work und to ; Clk. Circuit
is profusely Illustrated with persons Furniture Mattings\ Court Putnam Co-. Florida. "
keep the m..ohhltlry moving. '-Thisought you give, you'll never nave anythlegworth ; ; (.
; and events connected with that \ added
.a Something new
white tq give.-"Gumption.
Y<:t to have done but not to Oil Cloths
hunt. The book will Interest Floridlans leave "" l Linoliums lings, (
q, V the otber undone. It In not every day. Restaurant.
.. and IIpetate'pltople alike loyalty to the white ribbon move- 11'''. Heat ]<.... $" ., Art Square or? Window European
and none who start to roao It will menu to allow our own meeting to "ne said he would lay the earth amy SrA: ; f : l l \ : ':; V U A. SMITH V

stop short of the final There decrease hi interest and attendituou. feet" said the sentimental girl o. "' Shades, consult Furnished Koooms.
while we devote our time and oner. "Yes," answered Miss Cayenne.; "U 0" Lemon St.* P latkl&.
V are many exciting Incidents of the glee. to building up other orJaolza- sounds good but It Is not practical.You I I R. S. MOONEY. Hot and Cold Baths
V hunt and they are told In a charming lions. It the liquor treBle la to b.. "' '
earth at
baTe the ;your
down ,
% :V manner. The News would recommend put be created a against strong It.sentiment And the must moat' feet What ;you want Is a three or foul la. ,: We carry a big tine olthese' goods and -. ---- -. -- AtCJias

V "Florida Fancies" to all inquest thoughtful agree that the W C. T story house over your head."-\V shIngton O- are making uoeedlagly; low prlaee now and It ;you. want to get yourmoue,'.worth Kupperbuscji's}
so good COLD
.VL of au agreeable time-killer.. U in tbe beat agency, to do this Star. -# w Undertaking and Embalming. Peak's Tine a Tar Syrup. ,U use $latka, Eta

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Crescent City Hews i

1 ._ ':' ';" IS YOUR PROPERTY FOR SALE ? C'\\
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CUES< CITY. Engineer E I). Terry mill futility" l If lot for it. Wo in J t J
I:: tJ jnNT moved from Jacksonville las I BO, na get a buyer are a position 'fi
I I. one of the moat beautiful lire' 1 to bundle Real Estate of all kinds, regardless{ of location. 4.
locations In Florida Tourist !Saturday: and ugnm occupying| L_

Time will find It an Ideal apot to their. pluiMuiit !hom* on Pork street ( : Write' us what you have to sell, with description and .

spent) the winter, or pas a toW Mr. and Mm Thomas who did occupy pncoaud we will do our boat for you '

M days of keen delight. the IIOIMI' are living In the
pow : I
g C411s for Tli9 town Is on Ureeonnt Lakean cottage on Mttiket, wtrei-t 1. The Crescent Co.
( arm of the St. Johns IHver) "' belonging f City Realty 1
a I ] to J. M. Dimton.
8pt'ciallinea of Table ana la 100 miles by water all' '
77 miles Crescent City, Florida ;
by rail from' Jnclmonvlllo. L.
Delicacioa, Fruits, A. )llnllmd has" been spending; \

Nuts, Hasina, and a The all day river fide oh the the past 10 days at Urove", Hull and ranxsxi :zr.Jr'rIU-.Ir.JIJT": : "rr.ll'"arJrJrLdt"LD(" '& ,
steamer Crescent from Jacksonville (to calling upon' and .receiving visits I
hundred little articles .
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R to Oreeoent City, la one from old friends. Mr Ballard was

k rl that the average family g of Florida the delightful experiences of one of the pioneers of Crescent City Notice bf application for Tax Deed under
travel. lire
in steamer Not' a Hors i'or.w.' section 8 of 4888 Laws of
doesn't indulge and one who has ,! chapter
: "" EI loaves Jacksonville at i 8 a. m. accomplished more <> r Florida,
The Indorsement of checks is
t regularly. r! every Tuesday, Thursday and, in the w"y of Inducing' 'sf I'I\nKerl to a very Notice II that U. S.
hereby given
Saturday reaching Crosiwnt ? I IN5vv'lI simple thing, but, as the following story
settle hero than _
gt'I any other one man Paine purchaser of tax certificate
We have all these' City at 6 p. m. 'ilils trip Is the He line loot I ', will show It, too has Its difficulties: No. dated the 6th of A. D. t,
/ ride never faith in thai nlli. _ A woman went Into a bank where iOS! day July
only daylight the broad
up _ _ IIMW: has tiled said certificate In office
k, things now. All fresh and ploturosque St. Johns. mate Importance of the plnue and _ she had several times presented checks and has made application for my tax

3 In fact, Fresh The steamer has 'pretty oablns still owns large real l estate Interests. I drawn to Mrs.( Lucy B. Smith. This deed to issue in accordance with law.
and offers a delightful outlook time the check was made to the order
: Said oertldcate embraces the following
The lawn which reached to
is pretty
Grocbrios a even In stormy weather. : ,
of Mrs. M. J. Smith-M. J. were her described property situated In Putnam
our specialty. Ore oent.Olty Is the center of the shore of Luke Stella In front of C. H. WOECK8TKB, POMONA. FLA. s; bu band'i Initials. She explained this i county Florida. to-wlt.

r g I a the orange growing Industry l In' the premise of Rev. O H Ward has e M M to the paying teller and asked what she 20 acres of Aooata Grant suuth of

middle Florida, and bountiful all been rooted up by hogs. This ... should do. Boot, section 41, township 11, range 20
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surround the -
BoxMaterial groves place. '
Orange Good boating huntlHg and lawn wee made by Mr. Ward and E. H Williams has been making WEL KA. "Ob that Is all right," ho said. "Just -20 acres
The said land being assessed at the
(4 flailing Trill 'afford amusement had for years been cared for by him heavy shipments from the famous Indorse it as It Is written there." date of the Issuance of such certificate

i 14I for sportsmen. and It is too bad that It should be Williams grove this week. This Mrs H. M. Drew Is still at the She tool the check and after much In the name of B. C. Payne. Unlese

I I'I'J) Naptha launches can be secured thus ruined. Mr. Ward lives In the property will probably ship from Gates house. hesitation 'said "I don't think I can said certificate shall be redeemed accordIng "

Hay Grainspex'tilizcrs. cheaply for water trips. outskirts of the town limits, but he 8,000 to 10,000 boxes the coming year' make an M like that. to law tax deed will Issue thereon
Crescent City has good hotels Mrs. Bailey wife of Dr. Bailey of
on the 9th day of February, A. D.. ltH>0.
a g gI' and boarding houses at moderate Is still within the limits and as much Roy1" Geiger, who Is teaching at Danville, Va., Is with her daughter Hair. Witness my official signature and seal .

rates, entitled to protection under the ordinance Crescent City this year, spent his Mrs. P. H. Abernathy...whio has a Animal hair differs lu construction this the 27th day of Doc., A. D. 190)5.) i

) R Beautiful shaded walks and as any other cltlz<,n. But vacation with his family In Green flat at the Gates house from that grown on a human bead. Inhuman (seal] JOSEPH: PRICE,

F bloyole path he hasn't had It, Cave, much to the delight of the Hiss Nell leo of Ashevllle N O., hair the upper skin Is smooth Clk. Clrouft Court Putnam Co. Florida.

has joined Mrs. Abernathy'a' party and thin. The circular section Is comparatively
Ja Joseph J. McOrndy spent TuesdayIn young people with whom Mr. Roy Is and Is enjoying her first visit to
W. Miller UI, has favorite. Green Cove Hprlng. broad forming the mala NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOB
J. happiness not itg Bent Palatka, being accompanied by a great : Florida.
: part of the hair shaft. It Is striped la Tax Deed Under Section: 8 of Chapter
And center In the breast. his little daughter and nephew Mr Mrs. R. A. Gautter and daughter, We tender our most earnest sym appearance and carries the color mat- 4888 Laws. of Florida.

, a Crescent Olty, Fla. We may be wise, or rich. or great VIcOracly appeared before the county Miss Lucy'were to1' return' to Jacksonville pathy to the loved ones left here on ter. The tubular part Is thin extending Notice la hereby given that T. F.
school board and It III understood has this week after a pleasanttwo by Mrs. Mary Fowler who to about one.fifth and certainly not Baker purchaser of tax certificate
{ PI, never can be blessed. died of pneumonia last Thursday,
DDD DD a 30 o anammaa made arrangements whereby he will weeks' visit with Mrs. Chamber. Dee. 20th. She more than to one-quarter of the entire No. 608 dated the 3rd day of April.
was a loving
That's what F. 8. Cone's store did A. D., 1803 has. filed said certificate In
width of the hair. Animal hair also
V. continue to the Denver 1111[ and othe! relatives and old and friend
last week. It dispensed happiness curry pupils always willing: to take my office and has. made application for
D a aaaacm cDanC among customers. It sold them usnful to and from, the school Mr. Mo.Gl'art friends. the heaviest end of the load and always consists of three parts but these are tax deed to Issue In accordance with law.

DDDc Dr." articles for Christmas presents at low of cheerful and comforting. We differently constructed the tuba often Said certificate embraces the following
wiis seriously thinking glvip Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gnutler have her
on nn shall all miss her; going filling the entire balr. situated In Putnam'
Sn:: Our new line of cinnn prlous. 1111; the work though he has tried moved Into their new home on Park make us all determined; to profit by described property '
Florida to wit I
Critun Our customers went away: pleased.That' his best to get some one else to takeIt. street. When the exterior of the her example and to try to meet her Earrints. county Lot 3 and N idA of lot 4, bk 13, p {e2R8
what aim shall do
tin SHOESFor an day In the year.we they every He was not paid enough. But of the house Is completed It will be In the bright sickness beyond where there Is Girls who are fond of earrings may sections, township II, range 20-
unuu no more or death. perhaps be Interested In bearing a
this defect has been remedied by the one of the prettiest, most Imposing 86 acres.
We sell Shoes of Leather-
tbem made
nrlua board. We hear of a number of visitors few facts about them. Sad It is for the Bald. land being assessed at the date
residences In town.
Men Women uuuu Shoes that Look Well who are getting ready to join our emancipated woman of the present of the lasuanae such certificate In the
1' Mr. and Mrs. Jumps Morrow have Rev.. Dr.J. J{. Wlglitof Green Cove winter forces. day to learn that these fashionable ornaments : name of B. M. Morton. Unless

I "., and Children uuuu: and Wear Better.The leased the leading commercial hotelat Springs visited his daughters, Mes- Oranges at lo each are still plentiful were originally a mark of said certificate shall redeemed according

should attract your attention I tlli.UL! Clirlstmaa Holidays lost. a weak. ; Perry Taylor county and will dames Norton and Williams, at and fine lettuce, green string slavery. lu bygone days the slave always the to 23rd law day tax of deed December will Issue A. D.thereonon 1905.

uuun If you ore after the ( We are still celebrating at this store by soon take l' Grove Hall last week. beans and splendid turnips are In wore lila master's earrings In Witness my official signature and seal

:I kind that are guaranteed .ULUL continuing the Christmas bargains In all. Is now on, the ground. Mr. Morrow market. the east they were a sign ot caste and this the 15 day of November A. D 1906.

'1 Ell Ut to wear well. We can't ut. lines. Come to us for your who Ima boon here and HI at the TO RENT-Furnished apartmentin were burled with the dead. Some ancient [Seal] JOSEPH PRICE
UkUL: afford to keep any other UKtjt;! the Attleboro apartment house. VICTOR RECORDS 8Ca and dOe earrings were very elaborate, and Oik Circuit Ct. Putnam county Florida.
home of hln .
'. :I kind. At the same time Dry Goods, Notions. Shoes, son la recovering and Modern conveniences. Suitable for Call on our agent, or write Metropolitan many statues had their ears bored In
Uk UL, we have endeavored to com UL will soon leave for that plane The one or two persons. Apply F. M. Talking Machine Co., Jacksonville readiness for votive offerings of ear- ---- -.

L ULUU blue style with wearing UKCTL Hats and Clothing.OO1NE. hotel has a well established business, Payson Crescent City, F ,.. 1-5-tf. Fla. Agents wanted. rlugs. In Eugland the earliest earrings If you have either.. . .

. ULJUU qualities, and after ,you as;: I and Mr. nnd Mrs. Morrow won't doa were very cumbrous and made of
have tiledon a pair you It'I'I a g cg a a c g CCCC CggCgCg D aa au .
noDI9 : thing but add to its fame. They stone or wood. The eighteenth centurysaw
UK will acknowledge our success OmngeS Gmnelrull[ or TnngerlneS
ULflk know how to run a hotel proper and "" the glorification of the earring ,

1101.1 anSR always act to their uU fashionable beauties outvying each oth-
!! knowlcdR'e.A
HJ up 1.1U of and wish to
Of Course Everybody g The Shoe Man 1.1 er with the rarest and most beautiful to dispose ,
G posted regarding
Vlnton Cobb of Attleboro, 4u U jewele.-Lo'udon Graphic

:::1 "In these diggings"; knows Crescent City, Fla. ilass., who with his daughter spent n| i I IJ on prices the they New York are bringing market,
excel In cinaa!!
how we
some time ut Grove Hall last winter n LI
n -a-- :i: correspond with
nunu iJ
-- -- 4 Sperxcer: :
Groceries.The nonn; writes t With the return of the winter II frv.v7' LII ,

; OBE8CFNT: airy TKMPKBArnita FOR THE months comes n return of the desire I n n '.:"ik, IJ LI Dentist. S. .B. Downes & Co.
new goods for the a WKEK KNDINO HFOI-MHKB: 2UIU, MOB\ ) B. >). n ..
aLi Thanksgiving? season are I'I'I! WILLIAMS, oBeBB v KR. to seek a warmer climate, but as 1 IJU < ,
It Uu now coming In. You can IJ Has.for Win.for we cannot yield to that desire this 1 IJ Office at Besldanoe on"." .peat Street.Crescent .

Uluu::I depend Fresh Groceries nana Deaomtxir. t A. it. I P.M. V p. H. gl li..S4h season, we enclose money order and n ; nn nn City, Florida 20U Duane St. New York.
IIJ! 118. Saturday. 70 HO 10 BO 07
jL3at. ask to send dollar's worthof nn ---- ------
U. Sunday 67 04 47 70 47 you us a "
un : .,. Monday. _M 53 40
41IU 41X
unun C. L. Chamberlin'sCrescent :36. Tuaeday... 47 GJ 6U M 411 Flotilla news In weekly doses aa n 1 ? n n
t : :; i! :fl. Wednesday BJ 17 M 07 IUm. prepared by the Pnlatka News.1' n S. & F. RRILWRY
Thuraday.' O'I IK M oil go f>lW. '
1:1::,:: City. Friday... M 07 M 60 011 Mr. Cobb will get the' "dunes" but a : : nU I\

\ cmccm c mm aaa uu that's not going to satisfy his many ,
D CC Gmmcnc '
-- ---- m Y QgDa gga friends' here-they want to see him. Q !, ,' ., ., UU The Best Route toSltctGoll.
Rev. Dr. Holtzhauson a Baptist L d '' .

1. w ..wg Take -' 1 a -. Personal and Social ePI clergyman of some prominence In Q ":.'" : .1 'v : f' tr U aHa'uta.: jgofuwfcuo.jfocw : .

the state and a scholarly and genial '
1 a Dc ccm c cccc c n IJ

I o W. C. Norton was III moht of last ceutleman Presbyterian, delivered church a lecture last Sunday at the nn .' "j ) a'me'ti.ciI; .j't1->> ,. ))cto.Vi.\ J

: No 44 f
week. venlngon "Martin Luther, the I Hero ._ kk .

\ \ Sohool. will be ; damned next Mon of Heroes." Dr. Holtzlmusen Is a n _____ IJR o'iItdolIQ'Vij cmb Slo-fctfreim' : oinfe:

: It will cure Chills natt've of Wittenberg, Germany, n n ... \
I day.MaJ. where Luther labored and in front Two Trains Daily North Bound. ,,
and Fever Headaches J. L. Burton visited Palntka ,
of the pulpit In the castle church ot .
on Monday :
; : Colds and Biliousness. which his remains bnrrled. He iff Leave Palatka, No. 2, 5:60 ft m : No. 10. 5:40: p m.
Fletcher Allen Is selling enrly vegetables u Arrive Palatka, !Southbound, No. 1, 10:00 p m.
: Try a Bottle -and nice ones. I s therefore naturally, familiar with ng .. '. No. 9. 11:00: a m.

much In the llfe'of this great relig- nR .
',, Capt. J. 'V. Miller la this week u .
ions reformer not obtained from _ _
the fruit from his San Ma- III1'I800PAL .
3 books. The lecture was attended by
Side at teo n IJO
(rrove. the usual large Sunday night congregation OO 3 O O OC3 oa3 OO O O CC CCc Schedules given above are subjectto; :>hange without notice, and the ,

Lound's Drug Store f Mrs J. Li Maull Is now living In ; and all were pleased with time of arrival and departure of trains Is not guaranteed.

her cottage at the lake Stella end of the; lecturer nnd his presentation of POMONA. LAKE COMO.Mr. Through Pullman ears-from Tlfton to Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville,

Crescent City, (In. 'ypresa' avenue. an interesting story. St. Louis and Chicago all-the-year-round, Elegant sleeping cars between

'.t Fresh Line of Garden Seed. W. fl. Campbell made his first A movement. Is on foot to build a E. B. Olmstead arrived home from and Mrs Henry Gilford and Valdosta and Macon. .

I Genuine Bermuda Onion Seed shipment of lettuce from his truck good road from Crescent City to the Washington D C.. Saturday wherehe Miss Glbbs of Falrhaven Mass arrived Handsome Parlor Cars in service on .Trains No. 1 and 2 between Maoon.
: met Rev. M. C. Welch of Hart- last week and are guests at All
: M" farm last Monday.The railway Junction and a committee ford, Conn., who returned to Pomona View House. Their many friends Valdosta and Jacksonville.

golf links should be cleared up consisting of Dr. CJ. F. Sprague, W. with him. are pleased to see them. Information as to rates, routes schedules, sleeping car reservations

etJohnRlvrby Daylight. and put In commission. There will B. Campbell and M. H. White has Miss Rushing of Jacksonville spent Mrs. C. H. Smith I of Pomona Fla., etc will be gladly furnished upon application to ".

_I je plenty to play the amne. been selected to raise the necessary I Christmas. with Mis. Rosenbaum. Is boarding at All View House. O. V. WILLSON, Depot Ticket Agent, Palatka.
[The Beach & Millar Line
: Miss Sara Anderson Is spending funds by subscription and O. O. Platt las returned from a A. E. Gable arrived Saturday, and S. F. PARROTT, Vloo Pres. CHAS. B. RHODES,.Gen. Passenger Agt

Sto m.r ORKHCKNTR : the; larger part of the present week tend the construction of luperlu.1 visit to his brother In Ht. Cloud Flo. will visit hi. parents for a short time. Macon Ga.

,, LeaVM JnoktonTill.on Tumdajra,Thuradayl:: with friends In Palatka. Mr. Campbell has already run several A. W. Smith operator for the A. O. B. Robinson has been on the --- -- -- ---- --- -----------
f and l4turdiys. it I:no a. m. for Uroen Van, I C. Lu Alternant !Springs, spent part -- ---.r-- --- -
S Palatlc inwmnt CILy and principal"'J O. L. Chamberlln: states that him lines and has finally selected a home. His sla- sick list sutiering with neuralgia.W.
of Christmas at
u LuniitnipvH tiiroln. .,l..vii.ODt city oD WxlnM- Christmas business this winter exceeds route and secured a right of way ter: Miss Ethel day accompanied. him L. Gabel deputy collector of SOUTHERN RAILWAY =Z4-
!)diiypa Vrklaiys and Mondays ai 7 1. m. which it lathe purpose of the committee back and visited him for several Internal revenue, and family left
that of 15
: a by
year ngo percent
J.e'Ic.ouvlIl, LaUaa Srs.t >
5 wbsrl tuotot to enclose with fencing. As Its days. Wednesday forLeesburg, Flu, where EFFECTIVE: AUG. 8, 1905.

I T.I.phoo.8&'.r. .wbart loot of Lemo .t..., they will reside.
tk its round-about to the
a way depot
Ernest Norris has been ]Mr.!. and Mrs. D. B. Rnybon spent
spending and one that strangers are not like/) the holiday week with relatives indifferent There was preaching' In the Bnp Two V..Ubulo Traloa Bul. No M :No 80 :North aDd West No. IJ4Ly
the week In Palatkn", selecting and and tint church Sundny: a. in. by liev.
partsof Georgia report -
to find The road will b
easily. new ,
shipping lumber for the Preston. Win. !Btones: of Pnlatka. Preaching .Juukaionvmlle k'la .. 80 ill Y ill a 7 lilii' Lv .iaok.ioavllle. 1'1.. 80 its .... I "ciLv
delightful trip.
A. TORREY.. direct and will much la : a .. .... ... ...
more save In the M. K. church by the pastor J..up, (Jo So 11. 140. a 10 441p' Ly Jesup G. 80 Ky 10 &ii.iLv
Miller Co. Ar Idauon. Os. .. so idy ... 5 COil' ...,..
Miss Harriet Jetfrles guestof .nooallO..suu lllOp
\ was Rector. ?
travel. A good road to the junction Key. W. O. .. ...
Undertaker and Embalmer. By S 611 S lOs A. Atlaamn. ........ KY .. 0 : ''i .
UoIurnblO..50 p
Miss Alice Hutchlnson, after a twoweek's Is greatly needed and all should assist friends In Lake City' over Christ ..-- -- "Ar'Oll..rlo".. .... .. .. .so RI' 10lop YIf", A. 11cm., Us .. ........801<1'' ..,. 7 3saj
me,. .. ..... .80 U1'' 118a It lie A.r D.lIoo, Ca..Ho fly ... .11\I0\ .. .
visit to her old home return. .. .... the Oraionboro
Full line of Caskets and Oafflns. the enterprise to the extent of asp. n..IW7.A A. Danylll.......... So Id)' :HI a I los :-:cflatinnooga' : Tena.5u amy; : : .
ed last Sunday to her duties In Ashe Night operator Fowler and wife prominent I.oiiilou, clargyman \III Loztnailon, J7..Q *a. ::: SIp. i.:: :::

Telephone Title, N. O. their ability. .. have moved Into the John Cookhouse referring to the net' that the teademy RlchmoD"....... 110 R.. 11118.\. \ 1I.Ia: ..rOtoolooatl, Olllo..Q.. c_.,.. 740p_ ......

f OBK80KNT CITY & FLORIDA This mouth will witness many new recently vacated. by Chos. to encourage the visitation by the LV"loolo"a"Arebloago. ,.o..ul..our\1' \ I 5 7"'a.01' >.
Rev. Dr. D. M. Reeves has been arrivals in Crescent City from the Cook's family ATI.1'oobburlC.' ... ..IIOUI'' 484. 6:1Op:
of the sick la cases Is less thnu
acute ....
Ar Oll..rloU.\I1... soul "IR a 8 lOp L. ('.oIDna'l, U. Ps Lmuun[ I S 11/I"/ "
suffering with a hard cold and was north, the first among the number C. W. Shinn la with his family It was remarked that "this Is probably A. wnlugioa ......80 fly II 110 a I Sap A.OIII..l/o..I'. LI"... .. I I los_
: not able to attend the service on being: Hon. and Mrs. A. B. Gray during his vacation one of the results oC the more careful Ar Baltimore...... II B R 180. a 11 2Jlp L. cIuiuusli .0 H. ill e ...
Crescent City Transfer Co. Ar' ii It 14IIp IS- ..Aromimosgo..0... 7 6111'j ._....
Sunday night.J. and family ot Michigan who will system of modern nursing which lays '!.! olIo IIR".. .
The Chrltmoa entertainment at ,! _. ..,._S ..... 3 3No.

i Menta all trains at Otesornt City Junc L. Coward caught a wild cat In occupy the residence of Mrs. J. L. the hall was a very pleasant 000nsiofl stress sickroom on the quiet.Importance'The old of Idea keeping was that the Dally. 114.-"N.l'ullm.D Drawlog York act Room l"o.loIa"lI Exprern"Oar Ar... .lnOloll..OHkP\\_. ... S :.Pl._ .......... '

a rabbit trap at his home on the lake Maull on Prospect St. Mrs. J. J. and 'was attended by the entire Sea
; and
: between l'on T..mpa, Jacluo..lI1. r.. S .
trains by appointment.H of sick should .
tion. Night the friends the
The children and person ... ... Hop.
Stella. peninsula last week. Mrs. Horton and friends of Attleboro, Ponmonispopiminee Yor .IPmitsburg. .P. .,. 0 _
M LABREE. Manager. recitations-and be allowed to crowd Into the room. 1'1"' ao-"Woolllnlllo. sad Fla. Limited." DIIIII' ::'( iI-- ..... -
young peoples songs ) 0 'I ems _ii aim
I Cow bum will mount the animal.T. Ma.., who will occupy Mrs. Hor- did much credit to Miss\ OUnsteml Now the nurse shuts them out. with ..uUm.n IJraWI"II. oom81..pIDII 0"" ,1..kIOD.Io' .., .' .... .11111 ".00'1'! .". 40.Pl.;:::::

--- ------ S. DeVeau has been quite 111 for on's winter residence on Central and Mrs. Courtland Middleton who good results In the mala. The nurse .1I1..118W_ _ York._ _ _ L. L.zi.mon..50: ....1 0 liii.' ......

W. B. 8HOTWELL some time and confined to his home, ave; Mr. George Carpenter and managed the affair and the tree and ha., therefore: become an exceedingly Through""The L.o" of thO 8kF."--r No 80 A'!:.St.Loul..III.Loul. ............110 So R\\_. .I I_S"101'sin.... ...........
and Mrs. DaVeau Is far. from well. mother and Mrs. Hale of Attleboro its gifts were a source of great enJoyments powerful 1 force In regulating the arrangements .

Builds Row Boats, Her sister Is. expected In a few days.Hon. who have a winter home facing South to tne little ones. of the modern household L.laok.ooYIiIle, 1"'a....................o .7 7 5IIp v.stlbuieirs&a No.. l5-"Tho& ib.' FtorI.a! Lmuilt.d.Oosem"%..Daily an,) Cult.Ar .olId.

Repairs boats, buggies and makes all Park ; Mr. and Mr. Thomas Carpenter Misses Llllle and Jewel Mlddletou when there Is Illness In the home andit Colurnilil:: ::;..:: : : :::.::: it Ig man slespln5 c..J""koo".lIl..olowuoaU.
kinds. ot wood work repairs at his shop J. H. Harp and bin sons-in- and children of Attleboro Mass. of Hortence, O..., have arrived to often practically rests with her, more .. ........III..NO... ....... .. 501d7. LOOP. -- --- --- ---- _--_-- _'

''la rear ol his' MEAT- MARKET. law, Messrs. Eaton and Young, floured will Mrs. Rhoad. cottage make this their home for the re- than with the doctor to determine 2.. &H..sprlllll.00",11I., 1'.0". N O..:.:.. : :..110.110 R.R.. .a..p oop 1IORTBWU1'1'' ... isj

Crsaoeut City Fla. a 126 pound buck as a resultof who occupy nalnder of the winter and will attend whether the patient shall be visited by Ar 1.00.,11I.. ..... _.... ..... .110 u,' 5 son' _ _ _ _ _

______. Batlsfaotory work guaranteed at mod- a two days' camp hunt In the vicinity on Summit who will street the; Mrs. U.of her\V.Currlen school. They antguests' of Mri.taybon. the parish priest"Ta. :: Ni Do'i.: :: Ohio..Q. ... .:.:'. : :: .:.:.No.:0 4 5 509 m Lv Lv Jsok.ovltie Jo.op ...::::::......::: uI Ry iii 7 iSp alp, ... .. '
be .
est prloe of Norwalk during Christmas guest ArMwo5 ... ..... NOR? .
F. M. Mrs. M. E. Ar- Em! .l.. .< Dollar. N.. 8"-D"II Pullman Drawlo".Room and Ar Aflame..SORI: ::: 1 '
-- -- son, Pay sou; Green of DeLand Jaok""DlIIeaod .. ... ....... .
week. Ml'is Claude wan tbe Bull UI..pluO..r between .Aon'1II.41.' .. .. KY .. ..
laud of Michigan who will be the at home for a few days .nt Christmas Wall street U the capital of empire bt. Loula. Ar iuIrmmnshan Ala.......So B,. 5005.. .
The bell for the Presbyterian all' other .. ., .... ..
new of dollars. Like capitals, A. MoulpLi. Tna Frisee .
Winter Visitors bell fueat of Mrs. W. A. Russell; James 1 time.I Its I A. 1I..0..l. : 'I'', H<>...........,."" .. ._ .,....
church has arrived from the It has Its Intrigues, its favorites :
McCormick and son of New York, Two Trains i Daily a ''
A. H. Enraes, was In town Saturday sad Its camarillas smaimplam'.i, ''PI''''''
Its cabal. ,
dealing TAXIDERMY WORK can Foundry and is being placed In position who are to stay a few days nt drove duels i A. Hot dprlo.a. Ark..I a... ...
and !Sunday enrouto from Hor-
and like all other capitals It gives its
have it done by Mr,. Oowburn la the belfry of the church this ,Tall; C. H. Marsh of Rochester, S.Y tense Georgia to DeLand.W. color to those who spend their lives To Washington and 1R-'rh. Tlo.lda Limited. Dilly Pull.
week man Room Mlrnpmug' oan 0000esa
\ Orescent City.Specimens ,, who will spend several months S. Mlddleton was" a business there. It has even a sort of patriotism York Jacksoaimm.. BI.mlo.bam, MemphiS and
( New
r on Sale: C. B. Cash Is Improving quite rap- at Grove Hall; Mrs. M. R. Trails of visitor to Jacksonville !Saturday.Mr. "wolf honor"-which brings its cltl- Rsscity.LIORIVALS .

Idly. He was able to go to his Ice Chautauqua, N.Y. who stop at Grove sens together at times In defense of ----- -

llKHtorH ICattlemmke Skins, factory Saturday with the aid of Hall, It I. also more than likely and Mrs. W. J. Edmonds have the dollar and of property rlgbts. The At JACKSONVILLE
reached Pomona to winter In
: Fur ItiiKH, etc. crutches. lu the meantime William that later In the month very many their again little and; empire of dollars Is not altogether a TrAm Hew York Waahlnglon,ate. -Nix 25, '>Wnnblng and rtorliln Limited:' :OO''a.DO
cottage are heartily ,
From Ohlongo Oinalnnatl I cbattanoogn, .enNe, I*,'ITIorlila Limited B3A a. m
Exhibit now 01>80. Express orders Fuller and Hunter Phillips Cash are other well-known former guests atIroTe welcomed by all who know them. noble spectacle. We are not thrilled at From Kamuial Ity, M.mPihl., BlrniliigUnm.. eto.-No. 14, "Flurliln Limited,">>jun a'.
have the Ice business. the mere thought of those Venice bank- Prom Inolnnatl, to -No.4U, "waehlngton and Plorliln Llinltetli"_ u.HIO mum.
attended to promptly. If running Hall will be here them :"ID'
you among William Horton and family from era who "financed" the crusaders. We Prom Jaw York. WMhlugtun ste-No.: : S3,:"Mew York and Florida top'ena- 8..M p. .
animals or trophies of the hunt Aid wilt Hon. James R. Howe of Kroot-
you The Ladles Society give being> Jacksonville will make their home do not like to think of those Will

'wish! to preserve sond them to the second of their popular winter' lyn and Hon. Wm. Ryan of Por* here for the present. street manipulators who tried to corner Excellent Dining Car Service. ",

Mrs. J. P. COWBURN. socials at Grove Hall to-night and Chester N. Y. A party of Pomona young people the gold supply during our civil war, J. O. LOSK, District Passenger Agent, 108 West Bay street, Jacksonville, :Via. '

___ the public is cordially Invited to at. enjoyed the Christmas frolic and tree when the nation: needed gold.-Samuel O. H. ACKEBT, (I. M, W. H. TAYLOJE, G. P. A.

_____ [l24-8t Crescent City,, :)la. tend. A good time la promised The News II a year. at huntington on Monday night. Uerwln In Buccesn Msgaxln B.,B. HARDWICK. P. T. M. BROOKS MORGAN, A. a. P. A.

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'; .. Twentieth Century Club will The County C
The Palatka < '. d tliU evening. nt tho -
: A ,. home of Mr. and Mr*. A. Tbe January meeting 1.1
: ilif' \: Orateful for the and Advertiser comb on Kirby street. The of oouuty .. H
: Century Club .tin. time largest the court house. on the worth of

:: j\: Liberal .. -- -. rllhll' of any- rtilllur! arr( aol. lbs ,'
In the city and the young peo-
;i' """" .r" getting .* lot of, wholesome Ic.,. Blrlcklaod,
i ,r' ?lt-iapptllhli l $ .. out of its meetings. A the- I and ClerkPrice. being High Art Clothing.
: : Patronage I U. bnliiK "planned. by (the club John Dallovr, |
It will 110 doubt a treat
i" : Personal mention.Clias. prove ( .
atka and East Pal"l
1; .. given us in 1905, L event ed before the board. 5 \
of fitness-cut
CoimnliHloiier. I). William. according
\.. t which was a lon to sell that
Bands Is at home \ ferry
reports biff prices for New York's custom tailors.J
day'*' visit.Mrs. grapefruit. oranges and tao a. The commissioners, by
Big Increase Fltzhugh of Plcplala thin ,.ear. He has also. bad a lou. declined to The makers of E
the city ' **- crop cotmlderlnu; the year. He A petition to allow
over 1904 the foncy. price rcelveo for
j Mr. 8,J. Hllburn ... fruit to-lhe care exercised In tin' $5.00: per month to "
cards, Thursday evening. Every orange wan either 110. widow of the late : Clothes ;
t Miss Marie Itaabe of .lu ". 'or washed and went to mnc- Frultland to ...lIlet .
'J The Brown t is here visiting friends. I In attractive condition. Mr. Wll- ance .fIt tbe Home *
., look for big crops $In 1111t .eo- they are enabled to control their
I D. F. Ilaker a promli.!'nt ") I lit auotlier. HKIISOU. Jacksonville-
: r Fnterlachen, wuw. trading ) Communications W /. I by ."Well Dressed Hen" as nobby fi
: Jessie )Hurton, anslntml by
rutUSaturduy. the Palatka
Store dHmes J. t,. Wurton, J. N. Will- News a Single or Double Breasted .
Mrs. Ueo. J<'. liurrell of mid &fl\ NHurah Andersen enter- Herald each asking/ :;
m Call I and Inspect our line.
wan nil agreoablu visitor In .... the West Kncl Club at their the publication thif you.
on Wednesday.Tlie Year meeting l last Tuesday' list. for 1005. On 3 ;
: Enters upon the '' choir of HI. Murks 'Who' Who?" wee the was made to the I'alnl T
meet to night for prautlon of the evening. and proved
<,; NEW YEAR on WedneHdny.Mr. .. amuitliig. Uefreshinents, wrre The county school Jr
In the dining room. Then protest against paying ; \
,.. Boys' Clothes but to make real
: and 101 Clay ,
:; Henry evening' cloned with "A Very ren's fares oil the ..
of Interlachen have been .. .Ceremony"nnd. a march. KNACK, We have them In all ,
/ determined] to more the city this week.ICnhlman commissioners "
-" Dr. F. A. Hollzhauaen dellv these children be .

; than ever merit I Is In I the city Kanner for.a. \brief of vlult{ 'l'uesday a lectured evening In time KaptUtchurch hU miblnct b... The petition' of UG I that you cannot get Just as good 4 '

lirolhxr, M. Kanner. \ "Martin uthor." While the bard, surface' road such as ,

PUBLIC 'I IIOH. Ulnirhain. returned to was small wa/ neverthe- the Thlgpln place
nut; Monday. after spending an appreciative Dr. Holtx- Chairman Canoes for
I d.ij-H 'here with relatives\ ." Ua. native of Wittenberg, dor The Suspenders, Handkerchiefs
", the city whitrein Anther I la- "
APPROVAL. Emory S. Green .. I..d I and U familiar' with the char- L'lyatt. F. J.
.' chant and the mayor of .. .. .. Neckwear Etc. Etc.
r of the (treatreformer, Ilierefore" Vaughn (all colored. ) ,
a visitor, In tha city yesterday.Tha I In In- I
presentation was given
an precinct 24, Palatka
: This is aGrowing Florida Kast Coast, .and masterful manner. will find the equally'f.
together with tbe you stocks
:. Store. will change Its passenger, H. Hnre superintendent of the It. This petition was. : we have given larger ]
: Itfol,11I next Tuesday the ttih school for the deaf dumb and space
that it did Viot
K. K. 1.dlflt has some at Ht Augustine was visitor reason I .
.i Each month's and .. ficient number of ..
new pictures" and other .art city Wednesday. Mr.\ Hare '
each year's bunine8s at bill store, now on .lo meet a new pupil from Notary public bonds. :;; and surrounding country to
( county whom hn was to ant K. n. Conway c: : to show goods and will
spare i
The 1 lioniF of Mr. and to the state school. This grand.
shows increase !
an : 1" >1111) win the. .scepeors.lsrg.. was. not cured for In pro- were approved. assistance in making proper
\V e grow .because Intof; friend* Thursday ",," to liln. dimnrtsby the lust The state pension .

JIIH. Legeuor" and Infiint but Mr. llari who I. In' Hammontree and .. ,
we please\ the people) of l ,Jiruimwlck U..... vlxired with lila hoping for bet-, were approved.

with our selections of In Jho" city several dnyit. lust treatment! from future leglg- The board] also
I). A. Partln has severed ) Kant Palatka ferry .
; Goods. nection with the Hacket $ I). Kvans formerly with Gay '
There'll be In now ongugnd in the .... thl city has engiiged In \bus trips beginning with l :
more nt Wauchuln, DcHoto
iness.MISHUS. county.
., 3, : Cold Weather Mamln Marvlck, and :: Advocate. .the Tact of on that follows place " Will Reside M'gr.

Hitiley' have returned to >. Rvans closed a deal
and we want to repeat .",..cll..i I schools. after Mr. VV. K. Mitchell's yesterday stock of Rev. B. W. Lawler .
holidays Ht IMHIIB. and they will commence tak- pointed presiding .
: ; that
: The innny frli'ixlH of the Inventory to-d.y: at noon. Kplscopal
; DnvU. will regret to lenni of Evans formerly lived In Wash- East Coast district
;' tinued lllnesH, with fever ut but tins hcmi, connected ultlr from Palalka to
.. houne at Palatka
on Laurel street grocery
him decided
for Men, Boys and Mr. and Mrs. Edward ( .. punt.. .Ix mum eighteen experienced Mr. clal residence on I
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u part of last week ) .. ) and lint. the
highest recommen- cure a suitable house.
!;: Children. M r... Oerber's parents Mr. .. ... Ha has rented the dwell- The Finest Line of
the former
Wood, .at Htelson near UeI house vacated. by Mr. A. L. Mor- Pasco
: Dress Gloves, .and will 11111 here at resided' at Miami. Postal Cards
Mr. E. K.;: WllUrd nnd move family '

k: Working Gloves. Miss Helen> of dl te." .. ... The people of )
:, the eailydavs. of the week welcome Rev. Mr. : In Florida.
Then there i is a big line guests of Hon. and Mr. A. :: Lived in Florida. family. as residents of /
A. Smith the Lemon Lawler. preached two : ) ; : Palalka aud Vicinity Cards.
lard.Bev. popular
;: of fancy lisle and M. Ciunpbell confectioner received a tele. sermons at St. Florida Cards.
wool of the (Church of the Ouod : .l.Jllek Sunday and all who \ Line of Fancy'and Comic Cards _,
on Hnturduy announcing the : () Kodulta
on..I..IIIIII been the and Photo Supplies 5
Itev. aid Mr... V II. tim, that. morn I UK, of his father. delighted. :

; Hosiery.And week. J. .. Smith of St. Louis Mo. .. : !! E. ROV/TON Palalka Florida.

]Mrs. CummlngH\ lias. sold some dc'luy In the exchange. of Woman's I '

tory entnbllHhment on .. ", Mr. L. A. Smith was not A meeting of the injurious'e. ? N
oti' street to Mrs. JlowloK. to learn of time. funeral 1 '
arrmilmge. nightly club was held . .
Uiimmliigii\ retires owing to -- .
Neckwear In time to attend tile -
funeral. of December
ued ill huulth. 29, at '
h jr Smith was a surgeon In the The ,
We have a magnificent Mrs. Mudella Hindu, Fruzer .. mid nerved with literary program ,. ,
ciiHe N. Y.. who spent the army a with as Miss \ ;

L display of Bows, here lust winter U now .. : ticky regiment throughout the Mechanics Institute \ M. R. RYAN's
linrbitra.' Chihuahua, :: cainpalrn., He was the club on ;Domestlo
Windsors. Puffs will the winter 111 old r'V"'I'h. ;
f4: mid California.Thursdny spend one of throe brothers. to enter Illustrated her \ the

I<'oul'.in..llllnds, etc. Confederate aervluo who sur modeU of her (own .. orily Complete
: time West End: I Cl ,
all in plain' and rich eroiiud by Mendam. L1 te ) ,, won the lutenne lut 1KH4 to 18HM luolunlve.' Dr.
Koluy plcnlced up tlio ". tlnu cf her sudli'nc Furnishing
i colors. Inunch Kathleen conveyed, practiced tn .dloln In 8nn- After the lecture

to .and from the place or Fla., .and old renldentsof, that formal reception lu
Sureto suit in
you guy time is the report of nil. have, pleasant' recollvotions of Kit by. in Palatlsa-

: Neckwear.! What's. the matter whim I On Friday ..
,ductiveness of Putnam nymptithy of Palatka. people Goda in all lines now on exhibit.
:M 1. O (OMteen of .1I1t.r..r. will glveasorliil. at .

$ I link ho raised. I 417Im.h.I", wllli. Mr. Smith In Iii bereave- Attention U called 1 S: ![ ::1T.Ittr-JJ..A.JIL1:1L1L41r'J'! :: :: ; : J'7'rJt'T.
!luilntoes. from one nun! inious _ liliulift In limo Ipnnil C: nf .
-1 I I lira always Is b l.a I lo i : ; ; .. --.
IlIg of the club.
IjOcunls, 'a bushel In I Iliu .IKIIIIX WaJden., Magician.
wi-ll prepared<1 paper for All Purposes at the News Office
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Dr WuMeii the magli-lan, who .
vatlon that wimp read .
Orange Mo., nrrlvi'ii; In IIM! ", ut. .the opera house for I -

ft1ft ,- When it comes to vUltlnir:Monday. will Kpniid At.. "..,....\ ........ night. Jan, 24i.ii. has one .iroclty wns her own Kurxiiu, and ns not ( 8 of Chapter FOB I U. Lorsa t.'u"e. M. IIII.I-I*""

: i'' Clothing, tre with Mr. and MI.... H. IlnuMt. outfits of magical ap- correction Is. made ; <:la. '
: '
given that
us. Mr. Waldon bus from nn Kelley fi. wpm[R BULK[ ( X CO.
I Ilenieiuber we sell the Dr. W. W. C. Wall Inis evinced deal. III somewhat jealous of Tax certificate ,
nge a treat of In .
Iy recovered from III* recent for well written .. .. : 4th day of July
limn. The doctor was In In niaglo sumS lots followed It bera.. PAEMH sultl certificate In my Fire Insurance
: :
; Griffon Hatimlay! greeting friend, I I(gently mm nil with phenmnlimt I HIIO-. application for tax
were frratllled to him .. l
see with law.
: until time present time. Ho bus
much Improved .and trust Chafing Dish the following Leading Ameiican and! :Foreign
: complete restoration. to Jrfornmnce that la strictly up-to- In Putnam '
; Brand inly[ be. matter of a short ; nil the latest tricks amid lIIu !fIS.V.A.. Walton : Companies

II. J. Klutlio the Inol<.....llIg ninny of bin own ln> a. series of chafing dish I ) section 2, township
sonvllle architect wes. In will I be (presented., out-of-town friends. I ; l Accident Insurance:

Hand Tailored Suits Wednesday when lie / ''' Wutchulii Palmer Buys of Ills. ; delightful affairs. of assessed such certificate at the

r and Overt-outs. ,tore iloners tIme In board the Interests of county of [ .., 'the best show of Its Miss Urepn 01 !: ( ) James Nairn. Un The Travelers of Hartford
Court House, for which he ever given liure." wee the guost of shall be redeem
some excellent plans. I "Mr. Walden la very joy able and Informal tax deed will Is.

c Boys Suits will not take. the mutter ... tspucliilly when he changed Saturday. Tho e, ( 12th day of Feb Life Insurance:

: court house. up Ht this lima [ shaving lo hot, steaming. cot- ..ntly.punt In "" / ; | signature and seal The
and \V. A. Wulton! and : ", nnd milk while lard changed to d..llllylulluh"ou will I .. !() ; .. '; A. D. 1IWO. ReliftUe "UfJrmnniaLife"
: % Overcoats, ,.Tuesday.\.d<.'rly cur. shipped of Ifttuou'l'he their shipments to second Now ieimco.-which was nil passed l to the enough bered by to tlione partake. who. | [ ] Putnam-----PRICE ci-. Fls.- of New York

; and a specially fine line hfjse men, ni" well its tunic Putnam House Mrs. Walton for Tax Deed Uo Marine Insurance:
II. Fry and others tf<) Opening. Misses. Blanche and 48H8. Laws of
of Suit:\ day In large| quantities. by Putnuin House will open next Lee Walton and ) The

,_''i for the little boys. Hid'urge l up and to eminently now the returns iii .. :\', the 10th limit Manager Wednesday. : given that Kelloy Leadimg CompaniesAll

Is rupldly getting things In hostess .. tax certificate No
We have n new lot of Last week. two pleasant a .. for the event Tha sleeping log \ day of April. A. D., Claims Promptly
; lvBii In honur of Mr. ( or of Mrs. H. A. Deal ) .. cntA In my of- Settled.
; r Trunks and Jnutler of Crescent City the parlors, the dining room ta, U... After for tin deed
( been visiting In the city ,great, kitchen, and )liiuudry are "In school" '%here .. with law Said cer.
: was. helJ .nt the residence In ruddiness, the laundry having/ ( following described tltt/ Front St... PAI.ATKA FU.
was requlr..d to "air
Suit Cases. -
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ii. Iteed. lust Friday evening I In operntlon nil of the present In Putnam. county,
the contents of tho
:Saturday:! evening MUs STATEMENT OT TSP oollDlrlON
; Soft and Stiff Hats. ner enterlalneU .a tow .. served by Miss /: .. .. 3, township 10, 0V TUB
home of her parents, both 1...,. help will probably arrive by Crescent City, and ) KAST FLO1UDA" SAVINGS TRUST CO.
'I Elegant: array oft were enjoyably spent Ht !; ".. or tlund'y."Week Burton .and Susie Lee assessed at the or PALITKA FLOBIDA.Ou ,
H. Y. Snow him l of such certIficate the awn day ot Cmtinbi.r, A. I>.limoS,i>< Cqlmmre4 '
Shirts Capt.record at of Prayer. Mrs. Walton l Is a & !Htpuls.: Unless blu uhitrwr approved. M.j II I, l 10""*.
hIli' a Hulllny'M
ley. lie made the hfrfliont, week of prayer will bo observ and gifted hottest.and.. 1 be redeemed. ac niWOCBCKS

: White and Fancy the holiday week aud .. beginning with the service of Hun- homo has. often been will Issue there. Lu 1.05.5, m. and.'. Mortsgea.Dl.eoui.-------------------,"J7 a...r<'Il
prize turk.UiJ'I., of evening. at St. James M E. llghtfnl and F.b'y< A. D. 11)0(1.( Overdraft--Mound'ii niiiwouV'iKi.;; ;; ::. : (:JI
signal ure and seal
also awarded tu Julian HOUKI, lurtllur olbarllealK
: -. : '*"* Vests. .and were. I K. K. JJodire. (.tm't. ': .and services will be held at ments. : A. D. 11)06) .iiil .....and..'......... 101.11
;1t.1- Hon. H.: J. Hllburn also. uhurcl. eucli. evening during the [ ] !: : PRICE Bill U.mamtond.ol allxirBankaaud I anil other, Btraurlll U.H." Notes,...:". i: .;

;' v'1 hese are only u few pilau box of oltpirit. for the \ at 7XO: the congregations of Card (/ County Florida.. Gold and nnd miterChealu I U&Hh...ItofnttPlma ......=;.:::'::' :'::.: j, :
tumult'" work score.Comtnandet .. ...
of thethings Method Int. ItaptlKt and Presby- Dear Friends. t IVo *, NIokAla anil Fonnlna. "JJI.: :
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iMme from outer Batik and ttuukuraCnpIlM :
E.! Noble .
churches the
be hud atM.S. : unitIng sain* IUIII of expensing to
.; to / Piwt ComniiinUer K.: IN.' : J:<.Wi
: U the hope of the 1 puntors to I cere appreciation for !given! that the
Knights of tin-. Modern !\ uxnif.i'nimtai
huVH unlM-d$ in uctliiK\ I IoallhiKH ke t them. servlren vvnngellsllo. In cent lIttle bet acts a ivvmeut.of klndnuMs :: the stockholders Block...................... .t.JI1.or11,

: c : S. BROV1Il'Smomler the order\ liiM-llnn In this of city the. at.. 1 1fcVllows t ur", mind. they cordially Invite all It. Is tlm secret I ,ne year Company IUU6\ will, of Siirnluii iniiividiiKt Unillvldml J.: Kund Dep..tta-------Vroati: .I. ;..:::.:::::.tIIIII77.:::,::::::
( Hallin time. Welch The silver link of the company i "VII' (", Duptwr. ... .. n&.7118.
next Wednesday evening Which heart to 10 o'clock a. m. I Drnmnei' < Oertmiluoies. 01 1)0.
loth. The new ollleers are Tho City Council. to mind .. 7th, lOufl, posIt: t .. . .0I'1.ftl j .11

; f stalled and .lI.11.mb..r.. are t the Kiilnr inestliigof, tlm city In body and In : directors and such rcrtldvd Ohock ........ .-:::= mm,.

J' ly requested to be present! nn 11/111)1'>l right several John Henry .. : :,:: : : I: r ': :': may come before DKIdnuda Unpaid _*

Nl Thursday of last week the perintliwere 1 ta.tied. none of ', Beo't'y. $Mll.l*
: ineetluir, West : ( STATR! B. FLoniD I IUOUHrXOr l
.t mns of the ": howevpr. were for: other than ; ). i 8d, ItMMI.( "
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tunic place .t "Dudloy. "
N. \ houses W., ..8.drill TrtMurar. ,sat. W.8 'JlStatiimitnl '
t..lnedhy.Mr..J .. I Boarittary Ofleti Oompsny' ,I) ..> ::1
council reflolvid to luke
t Genis' furnlsDef usual snpberb style. The pos : : .\ \\ thai tbboT I. hue lm.jIll be" '
l ooiite proved very .. of thc u ew City Building by of ''the Stockhold oar knowledge. ana beUttt

the happy smile nnd j \ next ln....tli.g nod ordered the ,, : Door Company a W., .8..GRILL.uuiwz'fTR.vrenxernr: _.., iar?.

; Pnlalkn fin. testified the"Merry&.m... W lIghted: with.. electricity. Give effective : of the company ..nmTi .. 5. cra''w., H..OCek> ,1. 1'.T'r:
';: (ton and A. O. fhltllps council Also\ ordered .n transfer chial and lung ;: :: : : : on In Friday the,forenoon.February ""lot Sworn Jouaorr ta.anil ,..ubeurlbeatMCora A 1> 1WU roe 0"0'

the with the gracious elegant hostess supper.and (1,100, '-3uaS.from the general revenue to Contain nothing *...* B. SBLDBM, [ Koiry Publla.BlrllABDADASIB.HU.IO t ot Ytrlld..\ Ci.'IsrgC'

President My oramluloa: .iptr*. 1I.hb.I", """""'

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