The Palatka news
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Title: The Palatka news
Alternate Title: Palatka news and advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Russell & Vickers
Place of Publication: Palatka Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1906
Publication Date: 1905-1908
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Palatka (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Putnam County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Putnam -- Palatka
Coordinates: 29.647731 x -81.651259 ( Place of Publication )
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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002054323
oclc - 33474843
notis - AKP2301
lccn - sn 95047298
System ID: UF00075922:00103
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Preceded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1902)
Succeeded by: Palatka news and advertiser (Palatka, Fla. : 1908)

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::1:1j Y b$ Will Entertain The Firemen,. SENATOR MALLORY' Board-Qf Trade Meetintf-; His Farewell Sermons.Rev. r .

Mrs :U. II. Jacobson of the Sara', The Palatfcn, board of trade Is certainly J, F. Bell, for the past two I
1 j .. toga Hotel him Invited the member!: WITHDRAWS a "live wire;" It gets after the devoted and able pastor of i
.' of the Palatka fire company's to a thlnTr that need getting after and 1 It gears M. E. Church, south, In
t turkey d Inner at the hotel to-night al stays"' by 'em till the finish this city will preach next Sunday
7 o'clock and there l III no question Because of III Health and Con Tim county has been paying for morning and evening- As the annual +T

; PEOPLE ARE MONEY TIGHTThey've but that the boys will have n spread Lamar Enters Race freight on gravel from Interlachen conference just closed has assigned -
of good,.things which they will long. for the new hard road more thai him to the pastorate of the
remember. -, for Senatorship. tnlue what the gravel costs. The church In St. Petersburg this will bu
The dinner is la fulfillment of n board has taken this matter up and Mr. Belle tln service 111 this olty. .I b blit

! got it, but are holding on to it for fear promise made by Mrs. Jacobson to: Pensaoola Senator, Stephen Florida' sonar. Mallory United of will send Secretary de Montuiollli honor of the event, the Presbyterian ,
e the boys some two or threw months to Savannah to nee the genera church will unite with their '
i ago. A rubbish heap In the back States Senator, has made t th" announcement frellhtgpnt of the A. C. L. R'y Methodist laborers at the Sunday

of trouble aheadThat's -- yard had been set afire and the In the Pensaoola Jour- about it.'then night service l
nal that he will roll from
J I smoke Issuing therelroin was In such life re public there l Is that new depot. It In this connection the News has
volume as to cause someone to sound at the expiration of his present will be a beauty when completedthe received the following note from Mr.
the fire alarm. The department term. His olllclal announoonipnt Is finest In the entire state-bu Bell:
What Makes Trouble rushed to the rescue before the mistake as follows. will It ever be completed The Dear Mr. Russell

was discovered. Mrs. Jacob- aJo1 W G1.4J1e1.4YOOfwG GOe6, i board l Isn't letting up on this matter. Please say In. the News this week
I ion, however, felt that she was In Men that I Methodist {
I ( are here to do the work. In will preach at the
It has made a measure responsible for the hot S To the People of the Stets, of li fact they did one day's work last church next Sunday morning and
already it for us. The SPECIALLY chase of the boys and after making Florida 5 weak and th n-got out of bricks. evening. This Is my last Sabbath In

apology, told them that she had anew Owing to a recent attack of < The bricks were shipped from Birmingham Palatka, and I extend a cordial wel-
: BIG STOCK of mushroom bed and that when Illness from the effects of which j Ala., on the 4th Inst., but come to the community to attend
; CLOTHING we bought for the I the mushrooms were matured she I am now suiter Inn, I have de- i they. haven't showed up In Palatka these services. I am assigned for the r

Would give them all a beefsteak and oided not to be candidate,. for < yet. The board has been after the year to St. Petersburg, where we
winter trade mushroom feast. The mushrooms re-election to the United Htatea y railway companies on this and a have n good church and where I will
:. is not moving as it should. ;. did not do all that was promised for senate. i >> tracer has been sent to locate and find a lot of work to do.I .

them, but Mrs. Jacobson isn't' goingto With profound gratitude to < ? hustle the brick. The new contractor want to thank you, dear sir and
let a little technicality like that you for the trusts which you has promised the board to expedite your paper, for courtesies extended

-- Something Ha': interfere with her dinner for the have so often reposed In me, matters when the brick arrives. ne the past two years. I wish you
firemen. Hence the turkey dinner. and to my friends for their The board has been looking Into continued prosperity and usefulness.
for them to-nltrht. loyalty In the paat and their the: matter of free mall delivery, ando Very sincerely yours

proffered support In the future, : get this .It has. been. found that J. F. BULL.
That is our one and only reason for making a The Revival Services. I remain. houses should be numbered. At the Palatka. Deo. 10th, 1907. '
Your obedient Servant meeting on Monday night a commit
Interest In the services being The Methodists of St. Petersburg
special -
tee was appointed to go before the recently erected beautiful brick
; conducted at the Baptist churchby S. K. MALLORYIoeeeeeeeeeeeeetxeeeeeeeeev'
city council and urge tn ordinancer..qull'lnt church, which was dedicated som..-
Uev. John of Plant
Tremendous A.VI'ay City
Cut on Clothes las continued unabated through the houses to be numbered. over a year ago by Bishop Chas B. y
R Ii. Brakeman of the committee
Gallow Y This church asked the
week It Is
though probable they In commenting his action Air, on shade trees for the streets reported conference to assign Mr. Bell to the

;, right now--at this one season of the year when business Is nat- ';. of will Sunday come to night an end, 'when with It Is the expectedthat service Mallory said to the Journal: that he had orders for 60 trees pastorate, and promised to pay him
and still after with the "
several of the converts will be My physician tells me that my was more a salary considerably In advance
urally good. We bought heavily in anticipation of a greatly increased health l Is not strong enough to endure prospects of good results. what he has received in Pulatka.

trade. Here it is, less than a week of Christmas, and laptlsed.There will be service tonight. a campaign end I feel that In In due All members of the board are Not alone the members of St. James
the people of Florida, as well us urged to attend tho next regular church but the Christian people of
Increase. The attendance through the week I
no We are afraid, hence our determination to ;. has taxed the capacity of the church those gentlemen from whom the ..meeting when reports of the years all denominations In Palatka will

and the congregations have been next senator l Is to be selected. that work will be submitted. with this good man and his faiu-

Unload greatly moved by the earnestness ol my position be made known. Ply reR'retfullysnd at the same time ,
Regardless of Profit.Look thIs eloquent and consecrated Senator Mallory has been In Ill- Gay Bros. Christmas Offerings.Both wish him abundant success la his ''.
health for months and recently new field. :
preacher. There have been numerous many the big Gay Bros stores
suffered an attack that Mr. Bell's successor at St. James
conversions and the whole partially
at these memershtp have made attractive displays
prices: especially -
> has received spiritual paralyzed his left side. He tins will be Kev. Howard Dutlll of Live
a uplift for the Christmas tables of the
shown some Improvement, however, Oak Mr. Putlll Is a man In middle
that should result lu greater
people of Palatka. Id would be nextto
Men's Clothing. : earnestness in the Christian life. and while he oould not go to Washington to enumerate life, with a wife and two or three t I
for the opening of congress every- daughters. He has been a memberof
hlng.. but of the articles
Suits which Bold from $$12.50 to $16.oo.now. . . . . . . $ 065 Cupid at Vassar.The this month he has conducted all appropriate there Is California especially celery the Florida conference for many +
i1.u necessary correspondence throughhis years and has filled some of the most

,. 18.50 to 22.DO now. . . . . . . . 12.88 ,. new girl play, "Cupid at Vassar secretary, Mr. A. M. Lewis, who vegetables, cranberries and fruits, ill kinds Ferris. of hams fresh Important charges In the state. Ho

,, 28.00 to 20.00 . : . ," brings Into prominence Vassar Is at the capital attending to bU congressional has a reputation for being an elo-
now. . . .. I6.QO ': smoked tongue mince meat (the t
duties. He
and forceful
r 20.00 to, 80.00 now . . . :c. . . 19.25 for College' the first and time presents the on doings the of stage the Mr. Mallory's public life began In kind farm mother breakfast used to make), Dnerfoot FrancoAmerican quent was once pastor 0 frencher. Park

girls in this Instltutlyn of learning 1876 In which year he was elected to sausBge church, Tampa, where the recent

: Overcoats which sold from $10.00 to $12.50 now . . .' .\ .'. . $ 8.OO The love story Is Strong and the the lower house In the Florida legislature ding, Edam soups and, English pineapple 1'11111pud cheese- conference was held, andV.. U'llghman -.
: and In 18M) and UUH to the who at the
II Ile I, characters attractive. Tho wan present
13.50to'16.50now. .. r. '; . . . 9.65 written by A. Baldwin Sloane songs-who state senate. He served two termsIn etc.The, eto.stores of Gay Brothers are In- conference was assured by members

I. Ie Ie 18.00.to28.00now. . .'. . . . . 13-35 wrote "Lady Teazle" and "The Gin-; congress as representative of the tltutlons In which all Palatka feels of that church that Mr. Dutill remembered
first district of Florida In 1800 nnd there as the most forceful
II Ie II 28.80 to 80.00 now. . .,. .- . . . 17.85 and gerbread are being Man"-are hummed most by the musical audiences 1802 and was subsequently electedto a which pride.carry There a larger are none of more better varied or'' preacher the church has ever had.

wherever the play has been be United States senator In 181)7 Other changes that will have special -
Extra Pants which formerly sold from 2.00 to 8.00 now. . . . . $ 1.65 heard. Florence Gear plays the succeeding Wilkinson Call. He was took In the entire state.Pickart Interest to Palatka people Is the

55 II .1. II II 'I 8.50 to 4.00 now . . 7.. . 2.85 leading part. Manager Kalbfield Iso returned The In 1002. /- at Howell Theater. transfer of Presiding Elder Lawlerto
be congratulated on securing this withdrawal of Senator Mallory the Orlando district, and the ap-
'. 1 II. I. II II 5.00 to 7-50 now. . . .'. . 4.35 : harming play for Pal atka on the on Tuesday was followed on Wednesday The Plckerts will open a three olntinentto to this district of Rev. E.
night of D-eo. Hist.. by' night and Christmas matinee engagement .1>'. Ley of Jacksonville
v '. MB. LAMAR'S ANNOUNCEMENT. at the Howell Theater liev. B. L. Honker goes to Clearwater -

Boys' Clothing.. ;. Fine Jersey Heifer.W. Washington D. C., Dec. 17, 1907. next Monday. This excellent com- It was at his own requesc

55 Suits which formerly sold from $8.00 to $4.00 now . . . . . .- $ 3.15 ; G. Tilghmsn has just received Editor. Pensaoola Journal Pensacoln, dy company and of 16 members has a hat ha was changed from Carrabelle.
large unusually strong repertoire though his return to that place wan
4.50 to 0.00 now. ... . . . . :7*. 3.35 a the fine Bowmont registered Stock Jersey Farms heifer of Salem from I stated Florida to: Senator Mallory early but the News has'' not been strongly urged.
S. O.TO to 8.50 now . . . . 5.00 Va. The pedigree of this heifer last summer that as we had been furnished with Its program in this The. next session of the conferencewill
other than for .
city Monday the be held at Miatnt.TurkeyShoot
shows that she sired friends for twenty and
S was by Flying years our po
opening night when "The Belle of
'ox's Golden Prince whose sire sold ]Itlcal views were in general accord
Reductions are on in all ..Departments for $7,500, and Is daughter of Glenna I: would not be a candidate against itchmond" will be presented ; and Finish.

S Marigold who and whose dams for him, but that I would support him on Tuesday" night, "Pawn Ticket No. Much Interest was shown In the

five generations back, gave over 20 for renomInation. He has my profound 210. urkey-shoot finish rt the trap
HATS : But It Is safe that the
; GOODS. ; pound of butter per week each. sympathy in his Illness, and round last week. Some exciting
of Palatka will be
'this heifer cost "175 at the farm and his i Ill-health too was a reason 1 people highly en- ties were shot oft The lucky winners -
Mr. Tllghman Is veryproud of her would not oppose him. I hud ninny ertnlned by the company's every were: Sands one; Craig two;
55 Everything New and of latest style. ;. all he has a right to be. friends at that time to request me to erformanoe.. The sal of tickets Is Joe Price two Wald getting the big5

,. ,e become a candidate for the United now on at the Arlington Cafe, atopu1ir 5 Ib gobler. The boys say the shout;

Church Convention.The States: senate. > prices. on Christmas day In going to be .a
As Senator Mallory has withdrawn lively skrlmmage. These shoots are
Putnam Union will convene I now announce to tho democratic Tax Notice. for the benefit of the Wyles' Mission y\-
with the Providence Baptist church, voters of Florida that I will be a Sunday school
I will be at Precincts with Tax
next Friday, l> cember 27th. The
candidate for nomination In the democratic looks on tho following days: .
Introductory sermon will be preach.d -
FEARNSIDE CLOTHING primaries next year to succeed Crescent City, Monday Jan. 6th.
by Kev. M. M. trl"kl..nd".t. 11 a.
him. I will
shortly issue ray Pomona Jun. 7th
m. on that day. Tuesday morning The Christmas
on political matters to the
: peo- Welaka. Aft. 7th.
The usual routine of business will of Florida. ? ?
ple Interlachen ,, Aft. 14th I
be carried out until Sunday morning ?
at 11 o'clock when the mission_ser- Very truly yours Johnson Wednesday ? l 15thFlorahome
ion will be preached by Rev. J. U. B. LAMAR. Friday Morn\ ,. 24th Spirit.
: : Jullom of this city Mr. L. K. Mo- Urandlu, Aft. ? 24th ;
Rae of Harlem Is clerk of the Union. Unlawful Sale of Liquor. Baldwin School. Saturday ,, 25th

COMPANY Chas. C. Smith, -a former saloon Bostwlck Tuesday Morn.\ .. 28th Do you know what that is? It Is I I
Some New Books. keeper of this city now doing busi- On the above dates my office will the generous spirit-the spirit of I

: : The following Is a list of new books ness In St. Augustine, was before ba closed. A. WILLARD, giving. There will be millionsof v I
lately added to the Palatka Public Judge M. I. Coxe Wednesday Tax Collector gifts made between now And I
library: morning charged with selling liquorIn the New Year. And I wish to ?

The Flllnreo Hull .. .Anna Knlliftrlnj Oreen. a county where such sale l Is pro- Christmas Cantata.The remind you that my store U full ,
The C'rlmaon IJIIiiU ...........Fred l M. \Vhll... hibited. The anldavitonwhich the children of the t sun. of good suitable for gifts such as f i
The Rock of clilukamauyn...Capt. CJh... Ktnff. Inapti
'Pala.tl Florida. S. leatrloaof Clare........... .Jobrt'Roedlloou. charge la based was made by WUI day school will present a Christmas Knit Goods Table Covers and
''I'he Hound from the iSorlb..Culium. Oliver, a negro who deposes that oil Cantata under the direction of Mrs.'elverton .
Th.' Loun Star ".. .. 'by B. P. Lyle, Jr. the 10th lust he purchased of sold and Mrs. Collum In the bureau Scarfs Handkerchiefs

,, The cmplra Traitor nulldurs..Francis...... V" .. ... Tho. \lloonJr.Lynda, Smith two gallons of whisky which Baptist church on the evening of and Fancy Collars Windsor Tie.
., atau Sandorson..Rsllle kminta Htvuf.Hetll Smith delivered by express tin Dee. 26th at 7:30 o'olock. Everybody
Jones.... .:...... .. ..... ......Ell,.. same day and that Smith took the. cordially Invited. Dolls and Many Useful and
... ... .
Rainbow Clmnera. Jno. P. order in
Lion'.share...... .. .....Octave Thanat. person. Ornamental Novelties Y
e. .. Mr. Smith waived
e. .e ee e. Love In Ibo Suin of All ,' .. (i.O. iCtftflmton. preliminary Additional Locals.
rotliiiMA. ... F. Marlon Crawford.oukhaveii hearing through hIs attorney, Juo. All of which will express the
..... ...... ,Chan.Clark Mnnn E. Marshall and ... {
a; 'l.h.W."................. .. .allburl Parker. was bound over lu Marcus Loeb of Atlanta, one of Fa- Christmas. Spirit and at comparatively
:rcJr d
ZiT.JrX-Z: : :113 .TcIl
f2ffg TheltlHck Motor Oar. .......... .......... the next grand jury In sum of $!5 FOR SALE Torn urogart" ........ .J.. Hopktniion. Bmltb.he .. which he furnished with Silas Smith business men, Is In the city today my store; It will prove a moneysaving -
Mandarin' Fan VurtfUM Hume.he and CJ. Carmen as sureties. visit to
t Road to rarla ". ".".'". ..I obert Stephanan Oliver Mrs. Dr. Paul de la Barrie and -the you.
Peerless the Counlry'ood Forgot ,rancli' ttharlei.halhrea was arrested by Sherlll
Misses de la Barre of Port Clinton
scontn' .. Trowbrldge.UeMyntory Howell while drunk and when ReBpectfully.Miss ,
; ol Murry. Davenport..Lobs.N.atophens. sobered made oath as above noted. Ohio, were down from their winter

Improved and Unimproved Land The Mantle of.Elijah ., .. T. :7annwlll.Lillet The sheriff states that he has plenty home on Drayton Island yesterday Hattie N. Buky. : '

ProcessArtificial ( ..... "."..... .... ... B. W, HorimnK. of evidence to cunvlot.1o Coburn's :Minstrels were greeted ;
W here the Tide ComtM In.,..Lucr M.ThnrHton..
full (house last The
In and by a nlgnt. performance -
City County. The Adventurer Lloyd OHboiirn.AKInuIn --- -----
I : Kan ....... '.:Cleveland Moral.am : Christmas Buyers. was most excellent. Most 1\\
pion Rock.of Wall street. Lafovre.. excellent is Manager Kalb eld'. ,
trance Slorl...of Colonial i >a)'a.tranue The live merchants ot this city are watchword. He doesn't
Stortea of Ifllll ...... ...... talking to this week In this Issue knowinglyook ,
Stone Walls yon an attraction of lower rating.. t
Tile Bhopherd of the 11111. H. II Wright
Henry Strunz The Pride' of Tellfalr' ..' ... E. K. Peake.'rlnueiia of the News, and It will save you '
Morltxa- .. Percy Brebner." tine and much worry if you will !go The most Important of the dram-
Copings and Steps I Ahpnof I Empire., :.... ,Robt. W. .t'hambera.: over these announcements. carefully atla offerings of the Immediate future -
The Tree of Heaven, Robs Chambers.
Palatka Florida The Puppet, (rown. Harold MrOrath.earta before starting out on a wild chase In Palatka will be the engagement -
for Cemetery. and Vaaka.. .. ... Harold MoUralb.ou for presents Many people-pnrtlcuarly of Creatou Clarke in "The
e with the Green Shutter..U o. Dnimlaiu.oloanue Power that Governs," alt the Howell
men-are at a loss to know
-- .. ................ .frank. NorrU. Theater' the of r'LroR
Work andWater Mire Jim and Mm.. Jlmmle Stephen Oonrad what to select.' These announcenents on night January 7th.
The Main Chance .... .. Nicholson In the News will help them to "his play Is a billllant groin>IngoferllH
The Lion and. the Unicorn. ..Rlchsnl Harding decide. That's what they are published American characters moving ,
Tight Vaultsa DavlD .. for.These In a story of Intense interest The .Ln pNeONVeO.
Strong t Mao 8. R. Crockett.Running ,
A PBtor." .. : :A, I K:. W. Manon. stores nre filled with goods, authorship of the piece i Is credited to .... 'Oo evtavNAMx
specialty. Gift of Lasting Value The Dr... Howl Louie.' Josephanae.. and there Is no better Chiiatmna Miss Adelaide Prince whose career -IILCL.
., I
The Ho" of e. Meredith.NlchoUon .a
market In all Florida than right! In the literary world has been one of

For prices or estimates If eldn: Dameron ......... ..... ...Nlchnl on. here In the "Uom City" of Palatka. marked triumph.F. .
you would have yourCliristmas remembrances The Lion and the )10"...... .Oh..... Kiln. -
A. Gerber A Son have been
apply to treasured, choose them with an Constlpatfon[ causes headache nan- Special Christmas Music. showing .a .vlckln sectional book. Your Quest

to utility as well aa beauty. One of the dizziness heart axe which they had ordered speclaly .
eye sail, languor, palpi The choir of St. Marks church has

GI', or 0. PETRE, most practical, ai.d one of lasting value, is a tatlon.weaken the Drastic bowals physics and gripe don't, liken cure music arranged for the a program service at of 10:80 beautiful Christmas uniformly for a customer pleasing and and which perfect was la Its so for Qualitymust

Doan'. Regulets not gently and cure make that they have determined to
Palatka Fla. morning;, as follows:
onstlpatlon. 25 cents, Ask your handlethem regularly. This case end with

T.IL\' 7'' drul{ llt. L-Proce.eion"1-murk.the Herald. Aniioli comes lu sections that are made tolit
Memlohuohn. so pefectly, one to the other, and
0 Notice t I.-Venue "...... .. \v. Crotch. the opening of the cases Is so. easily Libbey Gut Glass t
4-olorl. Pntrlii ...0. E.(MimiHni.
l\1' of
accomplishment us to make It altogether
.-Te Itoum. .. -
.H.Kotinohmnr. '
For Change of Voting Place In Election ,.Henttdloeu w.Urutal,. the one perfect sectional
Shoes Free-! Precinct No. 17, Putnam 7.-Violin Holo-Adoratlon...,. Mt.,. Hond. ou... Uerber A Son are showing for it is, in literal worth,

County Fla. -Hymn Nluhl.-.Oulin on, the Llatontiia. .. f't.I .of.,. lanv beautiful and artlstlo designs the world's beet.
Watcha Notice U hereby given that at a : Touri. In odd furniture pieces for the holiday -
To every child born in Putnam regular meeting of the Board of JJ: : -Th. Birthday: of a King.: Mix* season this year. AckermanStewartDruy

County during the year lOOT that County Commissioners of Putnam Ida Lulb. Company,
1 Oh Little
11.-1Ymm Town of Bi'tali'hem.'
it brought to my store before two County, Fla., held November 8th IL-Ortering' Anthem-There wore nhtplienii FOR SALE CHEAP-A fine es- .i* ".,., .( enr Nee fee e Sheet
month. old I will Rive its first perfect time-keeper, constructed and adjustedwith 007. it was ordered( that the voting ., u. V. Morrlaan'11I.lIm."a. I abllnhed .grocery business and dwell- :"CUM, aae mtnoli' .M the
place In Precinct No. 17. Putnam CMeuue ..
pair "of. shoes ABSOLUTELY tbe utmost care-timed to run within a second County, Fin., as now located at Mon- H.-O lor'In In Btootalu : Old Ohnnl.. 'Log In Palntka. A big, bargain .for am ..ikk. oil Libby 5M" C.I saw M. tllo ''i'iLibboy'Claee

FREE. a. day.A. roe Mill, be and Is hereby changed ItI.-.lludo 1d.-Hymn-i5.. .on ma u ponA. Midnight. organ.Olonr. i ometiody.13-20-tf. Consult, It. M. BURT.

HAMILTON Watch does not MCMMriry: mean a to be located at Johnson Station In -----...- -- Co. 4
aid Preetngt No. 17, In Putnam
William M. Curry HlsbPric*. County. Fla. Never can tell! when you'll tnimti a roams FORRF.NT-I.arllil, furnished or unfurulrruxtwild pleasant. Toledo, Ohio'j' ,

By order of Board of County Com- finger or suffer a out, bruin, burn tir or wl''ub1.1.. In
SMITH thCxJeweler. ntusloners. JOSEPH E. nnld. Be prepared. Dr. Thomas' prtvntt
The Man' With Shoes Ecleotrlo Oil Instantly rilUvii large biMrnnUnand
[8.511] Clerk the bath Address MRS. LAURA
1-aUtka, Florida Deo Ittth, 190?. 80J. pain-quickly cures the wound. $.AII'1I.f.: Palatka, Kla. It. r


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THE CITY COUNCILNew INTC&LACHEN: ITEMS e .5 .. e e .e a .. .. .. .. e .. .. a ':

Municipal Water Ratel... The bazaar Riven under the ausloes -

Cost Of Electric Lights to > of the Village Improvement

: be Advanced veiling Society on was Tuesday a decided afternoon success.and be allOver .

The meeting of the city council On Fancy articles for sale, coffee sandwiches Soon It Will
Tuesday nlirht was au Important one and cakes sold netted the
from the character of the business: society forty dollars. The hall was
transacted. beautifully decorated, the tables
To the Finance Committee had stationed at various points In the _, _.
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been referred the matter of retrenchment hall for refreshments were tastefully [ : =- --
In city expenses. Thin committee adorned, and the presence of the In-
reported a* follows : erlaohen Fife and Drum Corps added
Hon. H. A. I)"vla, chairman. zett to the occasion. The patronswere is drawing to a close. Saturday,
Dear Sir '' Finance Committeeto well pleased, and the society '' NEW YORK BARGAIN STORE Sale .
which was referred the matter of more so, by the proceeds of the affair ,
retrenchment, begin to report that It THE that'Will be a pleasant memory ;.
the Wallace Berry and wife of Detroit, closing of a sale
reduce mark
does not .ee any way to Mich., Chas. Talbot and wife, U. M, : 28, will it ''
roocommeads -
fixed charges of the city .
wife of Fisbkill-on-the-
I'albot and ,
that expenditures be ludson will be guests of M. V. end. But we want to make a strong ending,
such thing" that are much for the
made for only itlllard at his home on Mariners to all who attend. So
It recommends '
absolutely tmeoHsary. Lake, for the winter season. -
the engineer be Instructed will appreciate it as
that city you
to have no sidewalks built L. K. Tucker, superintendent of that will leave a pleasant taste. We know that you
that will have to be paid for by the public Instruction, la In town today one
city. J. H. Haughton, Jos. D. : visiting colored schools in the near the start to help us make this sale a :.
Points, 11. O. Haintn, Finance coui- vicinity have all shown that you were with us from

mlttee. WaterWorks Miss Cora Lyon of Atlanta Is visit- .
The special Ing her sister, Miss Bess, at the
submitted Ite report on.rules The, home of Mrs. E. A. Brush until after success, and we have succeeded. .
rates, etc. which Wllutopte when she will to
Its most u important the; holidays, go ,.
report is a long one. of the L.- : -
the Melroso to spend the rest sensou. --
berchargedaconeuwere the .
rate to
municipal water system. The T. B. Hoffman has purchased the :
new for
rates are a [,01140! per cent reduction H. U. Hastings cottage now occupied in this Grand Stand Finish. We have you a ,
from the rates now charged by the by Mr. Hunter, who will remove Now help us
Palatka Water Works of Boston. Fort to the Friedlander cottage. ,

instance Oarman went to Orlando Sun-
Dwelling by! one houses faucet-one, the family charge, supplied 111 l- day.Roy He will engage in the orange all of Remember until Sat- '

dud per snout The Boston company packing Industry there. few specials that will be a treat to you.
now charges $10. AdditionalFaucets Miss C. A. Walker and brother of
not specially rated, me to be Edgar were guests of Walter Baker ..
$1.20 per annum The Boston company on Tuesday. "
'd now charges $::1.00 Miss Hattie Fraser has accepted Sale is Over. .
are to be 28th. Big
One bath tub charges December
: aitamst the pres- a clerical position In the general urday night :
W.fiO annum an '
per store of E.1'. Keddlng. .. c
ent Boston rate
One water-closet of approved kind M. A. Baker came out from Pa- __ -0- ';:.:::.. -:-.:.
will cost $8.HO as against the present, latka Wednesday to superintend the
charge of "(l,00.) shipping of his orange crop.J. '
Oh its a big reduction, all right. Jacksonville 1s In
B. LeFilu of
The follow!lug communication! was town today, making the final Christ- .
received from the bond trustees tore.
mas rounds. York
Hon. H. A. Davis president city New Bargain
council. Among the out of town patrons ot .
j Dear Sir: The work of construe the V. 1. S.: bazaar was Mrs. Hesterof
'!' hot of the.clty water plant has pro- IlolllHter.Piof .
1.. .. that the cltjcan
s-ed to that point
[ C. L. and Mrs. Butler returned -
house connections
gtlIi-m;; k iJK
; Saturday; to their Indianapolis

and We!, therefore furnish water suggest to that consumers and the place city home here,after during a very which pleasant time Prof.soJourn Look for the Red Front Sale. ''

I+ take charge of the plant Butler superintended the shipping of :
In charge. ;
the city engineer
By order of the board of bond trustees orange
S E. S. Crlll. Chairman. Mr. Albert Weber, after few days
This communication was receivedand here Installing his mother and .. .. e
ordered llled, and on motion the sister In their new home, has returned e .
bond trustees were requested to fur to Gainesville.. .

nisi the council with an Itemizedcost Both the M. E. and Congregational .
-- ----- -- ----
of the plant.It -- ----- ---
schools. are busily preparingfor -
was ordered that ;the Palatki! Sunday their Christmas exercises The -
'VaterVol'kll be notified to remove 111. E. Sunday; school will have its
at the corner of Morris NrMiNN
the hydrant
sidewalk, entertainment on Christmas eve,
and River
the CongregatlonalSunday on
Ihe clerk was instructed to notify 'fe.
the A. C. L. It. K- Co. ;to lower Its Christinas night.COOLED "7/ >V. B. 81AULL A. II. MAULL
track at intersection of Lemon

11th''I'he I:>tll.bill of O. Petre. for material THE ADMIRAL. % MAULI BROS. g See \Am.V\. Curry for-

for floor at Power\ House in amount, An Answer For Which the High Official

*101.00 Granolithic was ordered sidewalks paid.were ordered Was Unprepared. :7COMMISSION MERCHANTS ,G Christmas Slippers.

on Dodge, Emmett and Kirkland Going Into a post wbel'o the water 2 Florida Fruits and Produce a Specialty. jjg
was very deep-Rio Janeiro, I belle\e
streets.U STREET 1.I01IT TO COST MORE relates. Cnptnlu' A 1'. Mnlmn, the chain 203 West Pratt St. Baltimore, Md. /rj E We have them for men, women and children In all the !latest

In the cables> "got away," ns the cxprennlon 57 Also Hosiery for men, women and'children..
The council got a surprise fi shapes.
communication from the Is, control was. lost, and shackle lifter 7] Florida Headquarters: CRESCENT CITY, FLORIDA .
shape a
president of the. Palatka Oas Light shaiUlu tote out of the lilt wile holes, (see the pretty styles in our show case).

<'te; Fuel Company, which was a notl- leaping\ anti thumping, rattling and What's better for Christmas than an elegant pair of shoes.
tication that after the first of February roui'lng The niliulrnl was on deck at
the price of street lights would the moment and 1 when the chain had faultless in
is Woman's Shoe. It is style
The following Is the a
be elevated. been at hmt stopped) and secured he Th"
notice. said to the captain- "Alfred, send for empress and make -worthy an Empress.
Dec. 17th, 1007.
the lu .
young man charge of those -
To the Honorable City Council of the r _, ... ,- '_-0 a :MEN'S
chains and give him a good setting
r Palatka: The Crossette and The Forbush .
( 'Cltr.of -Yon are hereby notified !- donii. Ask. him what he means by; SliDES.Both.
that from and after February lilt, letting such things happen" The officer *
1108. our charges for furnishing the was sent for, and soon his uties\ combine style with Fixed Durability.
city of Palatka street lights will bus tlonlng blue eyes appeared over the : : -
follows: For 82: candle powerlamps hatch cnamliig Alfrediis a rallipcison i For Look in our window and see the pretty shoes for Girls and It ,
$:*> per annum each; for 200 and clearly did not like his job.
candle-power mire lamps, $UO per an lIe could not have coma up to the ad Boys and Infants. We have a complete line of them. A fine

Btallments.nuns each ; payable All night in monthly and every In- mliul's standard The latter saw It : pair of Shoes can't be beat as an Acceptable 'Xmas Present, and

night service. Respectfully, Yours, and Inter\eu: "I'eihtips you had bc>t- Santa Claus'Headquarters
_,. Palatka UBS. Light & Fuel Co. tor leine It to niu. I'll settle him.
_,.:. by O Loper Bailey, Pres't. rising his eyes on tho offender ha .
As u result of this communication said sllrlllyhot: do you mean by I I W. M. CURRYis
a committee of three, consisting. of this, sir? Why In blazes. did you not i
Aldermen J. H. Haughton, Jos. D. stop that chain?" The culprit, looking

Points and to W.investigate A. Merryday the ,cost wus and appointed quietly at him, replied simply, "How : I the man who has them in! greatest variety.
municipal In blazes could I? This was a shift ,
advisability of initialling a
lighting plant. Of course till of wind fur which the admiral was
action twits a protest aud somewhat unprepared He was taken flat back You should direct to
in the nature of "bluff," but 1 It After a moment's hesitation he turned go ThAmmmrnMwMMMwMMMMMMMParticular
shows that the. council does not take to the captain and said meekly, yet
kindly to the. advance. But the city with evident consciousness! of a check Miss KATE L. LUCAS' Store
has no money at present to buy i a mate: "That's true, Alfred. How the I .
municipal lighting plant. Though blazes could he?" I I
there can be no doubt that It is headed -
that way in deference to public .

strutted srntlment.to mall The notices collector to :sidewalk was In- OBSERVANCE EASTER.. I 171.-"""" "."", ."."", ."' ........ .C.,.:- ."Lo.'" '- '711'"' .;11'." .,..,. .

owners to pay up, and a -commute '
In th. Date
Dnonpaney Computing
was appointed to consider the cost of Not Corrected Until 1752. : I MAN SANTA, himself, is in the big? .

putting consists up street of signs.Aldermen Thlscommlttea day-, The observance of Caster dates bock OLD window, while spread all about I.' t?

Haughtou and Points. I to about tho year OS, at which time I In open view, are: many of the things Printing
there was much contention among the wI.
Why H. Look.d Sour eastern nUll western churches aa to I I he is going to distribute in Palatka. and Putnam -

Pi'line Wllholm of Sweden ntien In what lay the festival should be observed 1 County at Christmas Time. '.fe FOR ,I!
New York told a reporter that Amerl .
It was finally ordained at the
CHUM all worked bard and looked happy council of Nice In the Tear 323 that It I We have a great variety of CHRISTMAS

"ID my country" the prince went on, must be observed throughout tbe Christian NOVELTIES for WOMEN and CHILDREN. :R Particular People. B
"we work hard, too, but we have not world on the snme day. This de : Bw
join happy look. Perhaps It Is the ell clslou. settled that Easter should be I Silk Shirt Waist Patterns, ,
mate At any rate, we toll a story in kept iipou the Sunday Bret after the Elegant !
Hwedeu that is typical, a story that fourteenth day of the first Jewish I Drawn Work I II -
f will give you some idea of our nation month, but no general conclusion was Mexican w,
ul expressions. though not, I'm sure, of arrived at as to time cycle by which I Handkerchiefs :
our national character. the festival was to l be> regulated, and I Duchess Lace oh Send order for t ;
"A Frenchman visited a Swede In some churches adupted one rule and Theater Scarfs. us your next printing F?
Stockholm: and one morning the twofriends some auulbvr. This diversity of usage I Fancy Pillow Tops, 1 I I II II .'' ,
t set out for a walk. Suddenly
was put nu end to. and the Roman I II II
the."\I'reuchmnn exclaimed ImpatieuUyot : rule making Easter,: the first Sunday I One window is filled with genuine I.' and we assure you that will get 1i'
look as sour us a pickle. Why after the foiuteentb day of tbe calendar 1 1I you
a don't you smile? Why don't you havea moon was. established lu England! I Hiawatha Indian Moccasins ,
plonsunt good natured air when you lu GUI After nine centuries a discrepancy I 4 the best service I
nro out of doors?' In the keeping of Easter was and Slippers, obtainable. We '
I ?
'What: growled tho Swede, 'IIn Lave everybody stopping me for a church declining to adopt the reformation I I made of uutanned Elk. These are for infants. .

match or asking how to get someWhere 158:. The of difference the Gregorian was calendar settled In In I I I children, men and women. : take a special pride in all our work, \,, '

1732: by the adoption)> of the rule which i Our store is fllled with pretty and useful .
The Menage of P..c.. makes Easter dRy always tbe first i.. whether it be small
will! the women. a largeorder.
The Christmas season comes with Its Sunday after tbe full moon which appears articles which we know ,please I or ?

message of peace to a world torn and on or next after the twenty t something. 4v,
select 'i
world in Come and let us help you ,
rent with many a
day of March. If the full moon hap- Would I'k' ;
which there I* much strife. This strifeIs pens upon a Sunday, Easter la. the Eat it to you. \ti!
to be allayed and these divisions, Sunday after ,
healed not by any process of statutoryenactment. I :
but by that spirit of broth -- -- -- --- Latest I ;'
t Lowest
Type Styles Prices.
R '
erly lovo and kindness which takes Notice of Application for Tax Deed. i.
possession of tho human heart at Notice U hereby given that James V ,
C'lirlstmastlda. Just so far as that spirit King purchaser of tax: certlllcate ; MISS
No. 6.S7, dated the let day of July, A, W
continues regnant( In the hearts of ,, D.. 1901, has filed said certificate In my i, '
men throughout the year "..11the\ office, and boa made application for tax I I.. \ti
Christmas season be prolonged and deed to Issue In accordance with law. i KATE L. LUCAS
continue to give its blessings to man Said certificate embraoes the following I EDews' Job Department '
Idn< .-Right Rev. David II. Greer, Coadjutor loacrlbed property situated In Putnam. \ 'r
Bishop of New York. county, Florida, to-wlt ..1 I I.' rI
Wl of set;, section 18, township 11\, Florida ,t ;

The Ring of th* Christmas Olmss.Give range The 25 said-00! land acre being. assessed at the : Palatka, I..ji' Russell & Vickers, Props. \ti
wealth'long :
'v. been
us .the Joys w "
date of tbe Issuance of such certificate ,,'
Not the-joy o' the Christmas chimes In the name of Frank Q. Brown, Tr Unless j/i. Palatka, Florida gi
But something more of a Jingling song said certificate shall be redeemed according u ,
The ring o' the Christmas dimes' to law, tax deed will Isms tbere- 1.- : "'- I
:n on the 25th day of January A. D., __ & VC
That Is th* song that wo Ilk. to staf.The 908. __ ___ -4 j

:The song sons wltb o' the a stlrrln'tint times an' sweep an' this Witness the 13th my day official of Dec signature, A, D.and 1007.seal ,. ,,."."" .""" ", ..,.'';;;;;,LL, ...' 7.7' "'L'L.L'L'L.L.fC;

' *swlovTh ring-o' the Christina dlmolw / (HeaJI' JOSEPH PRICE, THE PALATKA NEWS $1 a Year.
I -Atlanta C t| tUutlqn. Clerk circuit! court, Putnam county SUk '
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OLD TIN CANS. .+...e.....+...+. ;

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--- -- -- ------- -" .. Woman WhoDisappeared.
From f.
Th. Way Th.y Finally Disappear ]

Human Sight. .
realize what becomes af
Few people
all the old tin cans, tin pans kettles,
buckets\ coal bale and the like. They] Copyright, 180?. by SI. C. Ppre l1&l
finally disappear from human eight We were bound up the coast to Val-

and knowledge and are seen no more. dlvla and Santiago and had run Into a
Science shows that they evaporate. rtorm that wrecked the brig aloft We

J. H. YELVERTON : When a tin can Is cant away and for. made shift, however, to work our way

,Jr. oaken it begins its downward course Into. ono of the bay off/ Chloe Island,
by becoming rusty. The tin oxidizes: or. and there we spent two weeks refit
111 other words-unites with the oxygen
ting. Tbe Island named Is about fortymaee
surrounding It In the atmosphere, and
.';i, ':?: the oxide of tin gradually takes leave I off the coast of Chile. It Is fifteen z
: "' House Furnishings of all Kinds. III of the Iron by evaporating the air, i miles In length and from three to
I. while some of It Is washed away by tea tulles In breadth, and at tbe timeI
the rain Into the eartb. After the tin writs of was not permanently Inhab
Is gone the Iron of tbo can follows the ited. It Is of volcanic formation, but
Rugs Lamps Chairs Tables Stoves Etc. Etc. same course that! has boeu pursuedbythe well wooded. t
tin. It oxidizes nut! becomes tbo Just previous to leaving London on
familiar\ feddluli brown substance this voyage Captain Bennett bad been

.. .. known as Iron rust. Tho metals haveno married to a young lady whom he bad ,
.: .'.'. : .. ,. '. 'n : wills of their own, no affinities, no been courting for over three years. ,
understandings, and therefore no Intentlons Sbe was the daughter of a manufacturer
as to their present or future and tbe marriage had the con ;
course. They.do nothing of them sent and good wishes of her family !
I SANTA CLAUS Has Provided Bountiful
a Assortment selves. But electrical forces do their 8bo was a handsome Intelligent girl '

work for them. These forces nnlte the ,, of twenty, much In love with the captain ,
"' atoms of the metals with those of the and this voyage was tbelr bridal eL' ,
.-. oxygen. Then the molecules of these tour. I was the captain's nephew, and v
'i( i'
of Good- oxides are carried awny by the atmospheric second mate of the brig.
I' \ Things electricity and disposed of no- When we bad anchored the b..llln. a
** / cording to circumstances.If landlocked boy and began at tbe repairs "
a small.Jottle or other. piece of the young wife suggested a tent "
.- glass be placed on damp ground and under the trees ashore. A tent was erected \
Suitable for CHRISTMAS GIFTS an old wornout tin bucket Is turned a few necessaries taken ashore, and ,
over It, tbe particles of Iron oxide will I there the happy couple spent their i
be taken away by electric' currents nights and part of the days. During ,' '
from the old bucket and will be de the daytime if the captain was not onboard 'i

.. .. .. posited partly on the glues, the remainder they wandered over the Islandor !
i .: '.:-.- : .. .. :I: '. .__ .:. '" .. --, n _JII going Into the air and tbe gathered shells along the beach. If -' : ;

earth. Deposits of Iron and other mot- he was on board we could sea her moving A
all are thus carried. around by electricity about or sitting under the trees. :
In the atmosphere from place We finally had things ready to proceed 1 I'

to place all over the earth. Chlorine and the tent and the wife were to. be t I
YELVERTON'S FURNITURE STORE by electric power picks up atoms of brought" aboard next morning, wben a

cold and goes with them to the ocean strange thing boppencd. Captain Ben. \ ,
where they are as much at borne aaalt. nett bad been with us all the afternoon
:. All metals can exist In a state going ashore about 0 o'clock In t 4}
of vapor; therefore they 'are to be the evening. An hour Inter we were
520 Lemon Street Palatka Florida. found not only In tbo atmosphere notified tbat the wife was missing.
around this earth, but also In the atmosphere It did not seem a thing of much account 1
around the sun and tile to me when I went ashore at his
tars. If a ray of sunlight la bent out call. I myself had seen the woman as I I

II of Its course, as It la by drops of water late as 3 o'clock. She had been cautioned -
In the case of the rainbow the familiar not to wander too far but bad 'j
II seven colors of red, orange, yellow. been a bit heedless. I had no doubt '
green blue Indigo and violet are hat: she would be found within the
out side side. When these all have \\j
spread by hour and that we should! a I
spectra or streaks of light are scientifically good laugh over the Incident. Tbe only 1 3y \a
Investigated about COO dark linen, direction she could take from the tent :

are formed also among the colors and wall duo west, where a narrow valley
these lines represent shadows cast \by led Inland. The captain bad gone a ,)

elemental substances In the atmospheres mile In this direction and shouted her '
e .. .. .. S. of tbe earth and the sun. Light name and got no reply. We now hurried I'h
,. node artificially and not passing along until we had covered double "
'' Vol through the atmosphere of the earth that distance, and we shouted at '

When H ukltingChristmas Gray Brothers and the sun does not have these dark the top' of our voices, but no answer ,,'
lines. came to our. balls. We followed the (
-' r By means of the spectroscope, a gradually valley winding and turning, for a (Usance .
Gifts Invented Instrument now In use, of two' miles and then returned
: : but credited to several scientists well to the beach for men and lanterns.

; The Leading Grocers of East FloridaOur i mown elements have been compelled The disappearance was a strange I, "
55 .S 1 to: register their addresses In bands of thIng. The woman could not have lost
i. light. Among the first to write themselves ber way. Sue could have gone In only 1
What would be more natural than to head for the store of W. S. FRY,
down were sodium potassium, one direction. She bad only to turn luher
the Leading Jeweler of Pulatka. ;. magnesium calcium, chromium, nickel trades to come back to the start-
': ': Block was more complete than now and new and Iron. And the same apparatus lug point. We had been there twoweeks
There are hundreds of Beautiful and Appropriate articles here, and :;; goods are arriving weekly. A few of our specialties: led to tbe discovery of new metals and bad not seen 'a .stranger

all selected with special reference to this season of the year. Each article ;S Ferris Hams and Breakfast Bacon such as cesium, rubidium and thallium.All about. Eight of us, provided with lan- '

contains untold happiness for tile recipient. We want to name a few of Genuine these are found to be In the sun's terse or torches, divided Into four par
German Dill Pickles atmosphere. By means of the spectroscope ties and began a new search. One
the more important articles: Olives in'bulk. Pure Olive Oil, tbe one hundred millionth part party went up the beach,another down,
of a grain of sodium In common salt and the other'two followed tbe valley
: Waltham Howard, Elgin and Hamilton Watches : All the leading brands of Cereals becomes as discernible and unmistakable to Its end. It began or ended In a

Vermont Maple Syrup, as the side of a bouse. This won. basIn> of about an acre In extent. This

all adjusted to keep time to the second.S .---' ... New Buckwheat, derful modern Instrument bas enabled basin was shut In by rocky hills and
Graham scientists to find out what the pea pretty well covered with bushes.' We
r ple who Inhabit the planets In the tad brought a musket along, and for
: Diamond Brooches, Rings etc., Bracelets, Chains, etc., :; Whole Wheat and Rye Flours, also solar system of tbe dog star Sirius, for an hour we shouted and fired by tame

Pillsbury's Gold Medal example, have to eat, for without nitrogen No reply did we get. Then we returnedto
Everything in Clocks both plain and fancy. Obelisk and other they could have no beans or sea what luck the others had met
;, spring peas,. without sulphur no muss wtu.( There was not much to hope for. y
Silver Ware Knives Forks Spoons. : Brands of tard, horseradish and water cresses or The beaches were short, and no one S ,
:: Flour., anything of the kind, although the people aboard the ship had seen the missing '
Cut Glass and Leather Goods. Guards Chains Fobs would be confined to vegetable diet woman strolling up or down. When
;, ;="!: Also the largest variety of Imported Delicacies ever They would also be without light biscuit we reached the tent It was to find that ej I ,'
:! brought to Palatka. for breakfast or any fermented the other. searches had been In vain.
and Scarf Pins. : liquors.-Baltimore American Then the captain said: t

Best line of Fountain Pens in the city. r "My wife has wandered to a dls-
;, Wfint; H. Felt Like.
BOTH ance. and In climbing some bills perhaps *
': ': STORES It was tile first time he bad sung In after a rare flower, She has met 1
when about for
Please into store
step our are casting something
you Episcopal and 1 felt
all choir hp strange. with a fall. She may be lying dead,or
suitable for Christmas. It's no trouble for us to show goods. In fact we Iy out of place la the vestments he ahe may bare been so badly hurt that

like to do' so. They are so pretty. wore. The other choristers looked comfortable she cannot call out In answer. I shall 'IJ
Lemon Street enough, but the new one was '
The West End continue the search the night through. ,{
sure ba would trip on the skirts. of his Tbcra was no one who did not pltyj; ,
PALATKA, FLORIDA cassock when he went up the chancel the man. We had a crew of fourteen ,'
: W. S. FRY The Leading Jeweler :' steps and bo knew that If be did not and,.leaving only two men aboard asan J
;, .
top perspiring his clean linen cotta anchor watch the rest of us re.
would be sadly mussed. The opening newed the search. We went on the -'
Palatka IPloricla. ., prayer bad been Intoned by the rector, Idea that the woman must have climbed "
,. ------ and the singers were In line waiting the hills at soma point. Six of us
.. .. .. far the Introduction to. tbe processionalto .
took one side of the valley and six the a I
.. .. .. .. .. be played, wben one of the b8leeswhlspe..ed other, and we examined every spot
In the new man' ear: with the minutest care Wherever It
'"You're a tenor, aren't you?" seemed possible for a woman to have
nuioiccotenitfCDFooBOtfiriaaaaaniaaMHWsaaraaaaaaraara m mm m cc nattaammoaoo mraammmmmmmm Anncememmmmcm "I suppose so," be replied "but 1 climbed up we sent a man. We looked 7
D. a aa mmmmmmmwwWWammmmmammmammmmm u feel like New York Times.
a twospot. -
for. broken branches; we looked to sea -4
j It patches of moss had been disturbed; "I
LIUa Picturesque Newfoundland. we looked for fragments of her dress ,. y
tiaUti HomeMade Newfoundland has been styled a llnglng to brlevSt. Not until daylight yq
bfiUt. _ii, rough stone with no Interior and
uu como and we were thoroughly exhausted )
Candy doubtless to the on some Atlantic
tlLUti passenger and discouraged was there any let- ,
uttut liner seeing Its bold headland up. Then we returned to the ship for ,
-- no
l.U ::-- -_ __ -.-' --9: Beautiful Fancy Boxes For t- .. -= J jutting out Into the ocean, with Us breakfast and a brief test. The cap- "

UKDC MN UNION S.GTI O,WyNINOTONDC. weather beaten cliffs standing gray nln sat down under a tree ashore.
gg Christmas: Presents US and cold the description may seem a When morning came again he bad
urur fitting one. But to those who know It made up his mind what to do. The ,JI
5 lIAr:! well, who have seen the fir clad val-
Baltimore '
C'lC & Ohio could be
R. R. brig> no longer detained t -I
*" and the Holidays. tag bye, Its clear lakes and streams and Stores Biifllclcnt to last a man for many

g,,1 Butter Cups, Kisses, Taffya, Mixtures Etc. Special prices to all Church and Utos.utor, ,_ Now has direct connections In of hillsides autumn tinged, it Is with a rough the red stone and wIth gold avery on week her were way In landed charge, and of the she mate.was sent At ,

DliBJt Sunday School 'Xmas Trees. We carry a full line of otHuyler's New Union Station, Washington, D. C. fair Interior.-London Strand. Valdlvla be was to arrange for some ,
OIL mitlva craft to coma and take tbe cap-
UC and Chocolates With all Hues to and from the South. A Piece of Homely Truth. tats off. lie would remain and prose-
Specialties Peter's ni.D'J "Do you expect people to believe all cute the search until the mystery was r
'( Through Vestibuled Trains Splendidly "
(j. Equipped that you toll them?
soled. and he would allow no one to
Ur and. other fine Imported goods. French Crystalized Fruit, Nuts. Fruit, etc. nuut.. Pulhnnn Drawing-Room Parlor and bleeping Cars.Excellent "That Is not the Idea" answered the eiiuiln with him. I,

urUP atan ..... sagacious campaigner. "The way to It was three months Inter when the
and Tobacco and Dining Car Service
Ice Cream etc. ,
Hot and Cold Drinks Cigars
UrUr win the hearts of the people la to tell aptatn was taken off. Ilia age was

urUf an elegant display of high-grade Urier and Meerschaum Pipes. tikiUL i FROM Washington TO Washington hem what Star.they. already believe. only thirty, but ha looked like a man
at lift). Ha was gray haired and bent
ur ueUE: Pittsburg, Cleveland, Chicago, and wrinkled. Ha had gone over every,
nrOr Lemon Street
SWITCH Anxious. foot( of the Island twIce and three
L A. EJLUL -The West and Northwe.t. Sick Man who 18 collector
Palatka, Florida ( a of coins times over, and,he had sot found so
6 and also very rich)-I made out my will
Ui.UL much
n us a shred of his wife's dress.
Famous Royal Blue LineTO today, Reginald, and left you my colaction -
Not bush
mriaa9maa lmememceemmemmmmerannnnrnon rnnm nno+nrtallnnnmm nnnn.ntcrommroeaaetannn ennnnnmmnommommancnnr of coins. a nor a rock nor a gully bad<
cmWt.1rttccemlcnemmmmmmmme mmmmmmmmmaamounmmamemceontmmmmommmtammuIf escaped him. Not 'a thIcket but thati
------ ._-,-- "Which one, uncle-the one In the he bad searched on hands and knees'
I Notice of Application for fax Lend. Baltimore, Philadelphia andJNew York don bank or the one In the cabinet?"-Loo- Not a foot of beach had been left an.-!

| Notice Is hereby given tbat Oeo. A. Tlt-BlU. watched for what the tIde might bring.!
( Downing purchaser of tax certificate "Every Hour on the Hour" Washington to Baltimore. She) had simply disappeared off Chloel)
!, No. 53, dated the 3rd day of July A. D. 4 A model husband' the noblest work Island and to this day no ODe !
"Every Hour tin
, H's Quality You're After, 1903, has died said certificate la my of- the Odd Hour'Vuhlngrun to Of woman.-Indianapolis Star. how. M. know. I
Hoe and has made application for tax .
Philadelphia and New York.D. A Home Mad.
Remember The Singer Sewing Machine.Nat deed to issue In accordance with law. Happy by Ch.mberloin's Confirmed.
Bald oertlfloate embraces the following D. MARTIN Cough Remedy. Bishop Williams of
C. W. BASSET F About Connecticut lived -
only for quality but fur up-to-date construction the described property situated In Putnam ago out baby girl all his
life .
unwed. A.
SINGER, has been In the lead for years. -always just n little. better county, Florida. to-wit I IBut. !Manager Passenger Traffic._ General; Passenger| Agent.Z9VLt3 tad measles which settled on her lungs that one of the friend mentioned
and states
I last resulted In a severe attack of was Imposing -
than the rend HO Mariner. Lake, Section ,
... .udvnntegss. whln// not know, ,? I bronchitis. We bad two doctors but no a tax on bachelors. ba 'Increased -
The SlNC EBpo s you mAY Township 10, Range :24, containing 10 ---- ---. .
-because In the Hawing -- ------ ----- ----- --- relief was obtained. Everybody thoughts a certain per cent every tea
we are
but we would be pUnned snow you acres. _
I -L =:. -.=::::::.=_: I She would die. I went to eight differ.ent.toree yearn of bachelorhood
Machine business and w* know Ift Ironl.top to bottom, beoau wemakourllTlnvntlt. The said land belag assessed at the -- : :== and added:
The CINl3Elt may bot s.."n at tho astabllshmntofK. date of the issuance of such oertluaateba II! : =Lstaaa.::: pharmacy: == to find a certain remedy which "Why bishop at your age: you
Lemon St. Pwlatka. }'I".. who will b" 1 I had been recommended t to m. and foiled would have
O. EAIU.E9,417 the name of J. O. 00".. Unless HI to pay a hundred dollars)
r-lniuMi! to show. yen /and 1,1T"U\ aeoordlng to jour pocket! -book- Sold Mrtlduata shall be redeemed. according PALATKAFtOR/DA. I IIII to get It, when one of the storekeepers a year."

CASH or CREDIT.; to law, tax: deed,, will Issue thereon III Drugs, Chemicals:! Druggist Sundries -1!''I Insisted Bemedy.that I did I try ao and Chamberlain's our baby Is Cough ally "Well I," said the bishop quietly. "It's
oa th.lJtIa day of D.
L. W, JACKSON, Salesman and Collector UalnrsvtHe, Fla. Witness mj official signature Jao'y, A.,and IMS seal //1 Patents. and well todav*...-Oco. W. HPBtvcn. worth lt-Bellm

this the 6th day December,A. O.4807. m rnssonifTioNa OAnmrui.L.Y ooMrouNoto" I Im I Cough holly Springs Bemerl N. O Chamberlain's, "Had dyspepsia, or Indigestion for i iyear.
8eal. slwar euro and I It .. No and
[ ] Joemvm Pniosv ruMB OAItDINIIID. 4..me Mallorr appetite, what I did
;: Steamship pleasant and safa to take. For sale bye eat distressed.
Clark circuit Duutt,Putnam county, Fla !oiii. h.+'" c.J5r-! 1"1.. ___. Ackerman Htawar Dvug Co. Blood Bitters m.cured terribly.me.Burdock"-J. H.

Walker Bnnbury Ohio. ,r

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New Municipal Water RMel bazaar-given under the auspices

;i.. Cost Of Electric Lights to of the Village Improvement
be Advanced.The Society on Tuesday afternoon and

meeting the city council 1 on Fancy evening articles was for a decided sale, coffee success, sandwiches Soon It Will be allOver j
Tuesday night was an important one and oakes sold netted the
from the character of the business, society forty dollars. The hall was
transacted. beautifully decorated, the tables ,
To the Finance Committee had stationed at various points In the
been referred the matter of retrenchment hall for refreshmetts were tastefully .. .
.. .
( Thin c. -IT: -.16. = ..;. :::: '"
in city expenses. committee adorned and the presence of the In- -
', reported all follows i terlaohen Fife and Drum Corps add
Hon. II. A. Davis, chairman ed seat to the ooooaion. The patrons '
r Dear Bin The Finance Committee were well pleased, and the society STORE Sale is drawing to a close. Saturday, : !
to which wan referred the matter of more so, by the proceeds of the affair. NEW YORK BARGAIN
retrenchment, begs to report that It THE

1 does llxed not charges see any of the way city to reduce, but reo-the Talbot\Mich.Wallace, Chan.and Berry Talbot and and wife wife of Detroit, at. M. : 28, will mark the closing of a sale that'Will be a pleasant memory ;, ,

commeuda that be wife of Plshklll-on-tlie-
made for only such things that are \Millard Iludsoii I at will his ho home guests of \M. V, end. But want to make a strong ending
absolutely necessary. It recommenda on MarinersLake to all who attend. So much for the we ,
for the winter .
}It thut the city engineer be In. season.L. '
tructed to have no sidewalks built K. Tucker, superintendent of will appreciate it as
that will have to be paid for by the public Instruction; In. In town today : one that will leave a pleasant taste. We know that you you 1
city. J. II- Haughton JOB. D. visiting colored suhools In the near
Points H. C). Hamm, Finance com- vicinity. us. make this sale
U start to help a .
tnitteer have all shown that you were with us from the : ;
s The special committee on WaterWorks Bliss Coin Lyon of Atlanta Is visit
submitted Its report on rules, InR' her slater, Miss Bess, at the
I' rates eta. which was adopted. The home of Mrs. E. A, Brush until after success and we have succeeded. .
the holidays, when she will to ,
report in a long one. Its moat important go ,.
Melrose to spend the rest of the a. : .
part la that which fixes the sIon. L .- .-- -
rate to be charged consume by the ;
new municipal water system. 'Iberatea T. B. Hoffman has purchased the
+ are a full 40 per cent reduction I H. U. Hastings cottage now occupied
t from the rates now charged by the I, by Mr. Hunter, who will re Now help us in this Grand Stand Finish. We have for you a
Palatka! Water Works of Boston. For move to the Friedlander cottage. ,
Hay Oarinan went to Orlando Sun-
Dwelling houses-one family, supplied
faucet, the charge 1.1 day. He will engage In the orange.
by one '
It).00 annum. The HORton com packing Industry there. Remember until Sat-
that will be all of -
few treat to
Additional specials a
pany now charges $10. Miss O. A. Walker and brother of you. ,. .
tb P faucets, not specially rated, are to be Edgar. were guests of Walter Baker a
0 $l.2() per annum. The Boston com on Tuesday. ."*,I.\U, *\ j ,
u $:2.00 > ,ro
now clmrir.es *

One water-closet of approved kind M. A. Baker came out from Pa- ':'
0'..' will cost *J.HO against the present latka Wednesday to superintend the i -. .... \.
" charge of I* Oh its bin reduction, all right.
u B. LeFlIa of Jacksonville Is f In
I. communication was
I received The following from the bond trustees town today, making the final Christmas

I Hon. H. A. Davis president city rounds. New York Store! :
1)) couucll. Among the out of town patrons of Bargain
I Dear Sir: The work of construction the V. 1. H./ bazaar was Mrs. Hester
of the.clty water plant has progressed of Itolllster.Prof .
4 to that point that the city
J;" can begin making house connections C. L. and Mrs. Butler re-
and furnish water to consumers. tUl'lledSaturday( to their Indianapolis
We, therefore suggest that the city \ home after a very pleasant. sojourn

i the take city charge engineer of the In charge.plant and place I I Butler here superintended during which the shipping time Prof.of Look, for the Red Front Sale. :::

a By order of the board of bond truer his orange crop.

', tees E S. Crill, Chairman. I Mr. Albert Weber, after a few days ,
This communication was received : spent here Installing his mother and
and ordered filed, and on motion the sister In their new home, has returned
bond trustees were requested to furnish Gainesville. '
. I the council with an Itemized
Both the M. E. and CongregationalSunday
cost of the plant.
It was ordered that ;the Palatka schools. are busily preparing! .. ..
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Water Woiks be notified to remove for their Christmas exercises. The --
of Morris ;At. E. Sunday( school will have Its
at the corner
the hydrant
w i I /and lllver streets from the sidewalk. ; entertainment on Christmas eve, and 1'1'Ttf '
; the Congregational /Sunday school on '
The clerk was Instructed to notify ?J\
j l the A. C. L. U. it- Co. .to lower Its Christmas night.COOLED *
track at intersection of .Lemou and W. 11. JIAULL A. B. MAULL ((4,

, 8th Ste.a I THE ADMIRAL.An .

I t The floor bill at of Power O. Petre.House for In Inaterlal'ror amount, '' Answer For Which the High Official %; yWAULaU BROS. fe See \A/m. 7V1. Curry forOhiistmsas

+ tlOl.UO.Uranollthlc was ordered sidewalks paid.were orderedon Waa Unpraparad.QohiK 7; COMMISSION MERCHANTS

Dodge, Emmett /and Kirkland luto a port where, theater Slippers.We .
streets.U \\'ne1')' dwp-Uli> Jiiueho, I believe Florida Fruits and Produce a Specialty. C'

STREET LIGHT TO COST MORB. I relates Captain A T. )Jin\ him, the chain Baltimore Md. .. have them for and children in all the latest
The council got surprise In the cables "got mvny" ns the expietmlon yj 203 West Pratt St. fa, men, women

shape of a communication from the Is. control was lost and shackle after .w Florida headquarters : CRESCENT CITY, FLORIDA. J!. shapes. Also Fancy Hosiery for men, women and children.see .
1 president. of the Palatka Oas Light shntlJe tore out of the lianse holes, .
r it & Fuel Company, which was a notification leaping'' and l thumping, rattling and lb v ( the pretty styles in our show case). '

that after the first of February raining '1'he admiral wile on deck at FPW W KW What's better for Christmas than an elegant pair of shoes.
the price of street lights would the moment and when tbe chain had

be elevated. The following is the. been at lest stopped. and seemed he _. '
------ -' is Woman's Shoe. It is faultless in
notice. --- --- --- ------ -' -- -- i 1\ style
said to the The
captain: "Alfred, send for Empress
Dec. 17th 1007.
Palatka, ,
f : To the Honorable City Council of the the young man hi charge of those .. and make worthy an Empress.
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i ZClty of PulRtku: chains and give him n good setting r. :. '. :-. .-. _. -:

Ueutlemen-Yon are hereby notified clown Ask him what he means by s The Crossette and The Forbush MEN'S
that 11'011and after February let, letting each' tilings happen' The officer I r' SHOES.
11X18 our charges for furnishing the was Bent for, and soon his
city of Palatka. street lights will be blue ejcs appeared' over questioning the- Both combine style with Fixed Durability. -
as follows: For 82: candle power hatch coaming Alfred i was a mild For H
lamps. $2u per annum each ; for 2000 pel'son and clearly) did not like his job. : Look in our window and see the pretty shoes for Girls and -
candle-power I arc lamps, $\MO per an-
In h. lie could not hmo' tome up to the adndrni's I : Boys and Infants.
nuns each; payable monthly We have a complete line of them. A fine
and Rtandtuil Tho latter saw U
stallments. night every
night service. Respectfully, Yours, and Intervened, I: 1'erlmps you hud better ; Claus'Headquarters I II pair of Shoes can't be beat as an Acceptable 'Xmas Present, andvv. .ra
_, Pulatka. Uas Light & Fuel Co. leave It to uie. I'll settle him." Santa .
!;?_: by O Loper Bailey, Pres't. Fixing his eyes on tho offender, he _
As u result of his communication sold sternly: "What do you mean by I
u committee of three, consisting of this, sir? \\by In binges did not CURRYis
Aldermen J. H. Hnughton, Jos. D. you ivi. = :
Points and W. Merryday; was appointed stop clmln? The culprit, looking : .
to Investigate the cost and quietly at him, replied simply, "[[ow a P CZ
advisability/ of Installing. a municipal 111 blazes could 1?" This was a shift 3J the man who has them in greatest variety. 5
{ lighting plant. Of course this of wind forwhich the admiral was *
action iwaa a protest and somewhat unprepared. He was taken /flat' back. ?
t in the nature of a "blulf," but It After a moment's hesitation he turned You should go direct to
shows that/ the council does not take to the captain aud said meekly, yet ;
kindly to the advance. But the city with evident consciousness of a checkmate WMMMMMMMPa.ww
has no money at present to buy a : "That's true, AlfredHow the i Miss KATE L. LUCAS' Store
municipal lighting plant. Though ,
blazes I''
there can Ha nnrlftiiKr that It.. In headed could be?
that way In; deference; to public I :

1 sentiment The collector was Instructed OBSERVANCE OF EASTER.Diaorepanay .' I .. si .
owners to to pay mall up notices and a to committee:sidewalk \ 7" .", .", .", .", ,....,.L..,!. .:3>._:::;ii.,.", ..,.,.,.,.,.,.,:- .\

was appointed to consider the coat of In Computing the Date '
putting up street signs. This com Not Corrected Until 1752. : : MAN SANTA, himself, ia in the big X >v,

,: mittee consists of Aldermen Uay, The observance of Caster dates backto OLD window, while spread all about '
Haughtou and Points. about tho OS, I..
year at which time Particular '
view of the thingshe ?
tbere wall much contention among tbe I in open are many Printing
Prince Why H. Looked Sour. eastern nUll western churches as to is going; to distribute in Palatka and Putnam flS4S W
Wlllic-lm of Sweden when In
New York told a reporter that Americans what day the festival' should be ob- ; County at Christmas Time I /be' FORParticular
ucrvea. It wee /finally ordained at the W
"In all worked hard" and looked liappy. council of Nice la the year 323 that It We have a great variety of CHRISTMAS I
my country the prince went on,
"we work hard, too, but we hate not must be observed throughout tbe Christian NOVELTIES for WOMEN and CHILDREN
world on the sumo day. This decision -
your happy look. Perhaps It is the ell I ,ae People.
settled that Easter should ,
be .
matu At tiny rate, we tell a story in kept upon the Sundiiy first after the Elegant Silk Shirt Waist Patterns,
Sweden that is typical, a story that I II
fourteenth I
tIny of the first Jewish
will give you some Idea of Mexican Drawn w
our uatloaul Work, -
month, but no Ki'iicnil. concluslou warrived I I
expressions, though not, I'm sure, of 4S
our national character at as to the cycle by which : Duchess Lace Handkerchiefs : w
the festival was to be regulated, and ,

I friends Stockholm"A .Frenchman set, out nod for one visited a morning walk.a Swede Suddenly the two In some some auolher cbini' '\lies Thin adopted diversity one rule of usage and Fancy Pillow Tops, Theater Scarfs. I, Send us your next order for printing W

was put au end\ to. and I
the Frenchman exclaimed the Roman .,. W
Impatiently: rule molting Emitter: the first Sunday One window is filled with genuine : I
'You look as sour II and
as a pickle. Why after tho foiiitt'enlh day/ of the calendar ; I I.'1 we assure that will '
you Why don't you Lave you you get 1
moon was VKtnbllshed lu England Hiawatha Indian Moccasins : f
a pleasant good natured air when .
you In Oil!). I.' '
After nine centuries dlscrvpancy
nre out of doors?' a ; W"
''''lIot,' growled the Swede, 'and In the keeping. of Easter was and Slippers, : I.. t the best- service obtainable. We
Lave everybody stopping for caused by the authorities 1 of the English ,f)
me a
match church declining to adopt\ the reformation made of untanned Elk These are for infants, '
or asking bow to get somewhere .
; ?' of the Gregorian calendar la I children men and women. take a special in all w
1582.:; The difference was settled In pride our work '

Th. M.sss s of Paaea. 1752; by the adoption of the rule which Our store is filled wIth'pretty and useful i I ,

The Christmas season conies with Its Sunday mokes Easter after the day full always moon which the first appears articles which we know will please the women. i i.1> whether it be a small 110'
message of peace to a world torn and or largeorder..
on or next after the twenty first
rent with many divisions, a world In Come and let select something.
us help you I.;
day of :March. If the full
moon happens i
: which there I U much strife. This strife W t
upon a Sunday, Easter Is the Would I.k.
Is to be allayed and these divisions e it to
Sunday after .. you.
healed not by anY process of statutory ,t)

enactment, but by that spirit of brotherly 4S e
love and kindness which takes Notice of Application for Tax Deed. Latest Type Styles.I L'P ,f 11 ..
possession. of the human heart at Notice Is hereby given that James V i.. nces.
I Chrlstmasttdtt. Just so far as that spirit King, purchaser of tax certificate MISS W t
continues regnant In the hearts of No. 647, dated the let day of July, A. 1 1ST .
O. 1901, has filed! said certificate in my -
men throughout the year wlltbe\ W I
office, and has mado!! application for tax
Christmas: season be prolonged and deed! to Issue In !
accordance with law. 't'f
continue to give Its blessings to mankind Said certificate embraces the following KATE L. LUCAS Il

,-night Her. David U. Greer, Coadjutor doaorlbed property situated In Putnam ,, ; i.. ,. Job Department
Bishop of New York. county, Florida, to-wlt, : i I ,'
VVJ of set,. section 18, township 11\, '
The Ring of the Christmas Dlmea. range 25-80 acres. Palatka Florida et ,f
The said land being assessed. at the Russell
Give ua the joys wava, bean ",..nLln'lon. & Vickers
..- date of the Issuance of such certificateIn Props. W
Not th. joy o' the Christmas chlmea. the o&mAof Frank Q. Brown, Tr. Unless '
But aomathlnv more of a Jingling sonc said certificate shall be redeemed ao- ''u I.' h Palatka, Florida -
The ring o' the Christmas dlmeatThat oordlng to law, tax deed will, Issue thereon ."- '. W'
on the 2 tb dar of January A, D.. 1

The la song th..one vf the that atlrrln we, like tlmaa to alnr. 1908 __ 'h_ .. ._ ______. _______ __ _- ----.-- -. -- a IJiw
;The song with, a ring an' sweep an' I Witness my official signature/ and seal ,. .
Bwlna>- this the 19th day of Dee? A. D. 1007. ."' ." 4!::.. .
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The riot o' the Chrlatmaa dlmeat ISealJOSEPU[ I PRICE THE PALATKA NEWS $1 a Year. -' ; .... 'iii ; .'iii ;. ....,;. ::;IP "" ;.

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rr"n Th. Way They Finally Disappear From J The Woman WhoDisappeared. |

Human Sight. | |
Few people) realize] what become of
I all the old tin cans, tin pans kettle, +*+++*+'M'H+++++++**+*+++*

buckets, coal bode and the like. They (Copyrlsjht, 1907, by B. C. Paroells..J
dually dlHnppear from human ulfht We were bound up tbe coast to Val'

and knowledge and ore loon no more. dlvla and Santiago and had run Into a

III Science shows that they evaporate. ,storm that wrecked the brig aloft Wo

..c..J..H. YELVERTON Jr. When a tu| can la cast away and forsnUcn made shift:. however, to work our way
It begin Its downward coumo CLiloe
Into one of the bays off lalaud
by becoming rusty. The tin oxidizes or, I and there we spent two weeks reflttuig. -
In other words, unites with the oxygen
The Island named 1 III about forty
surrounding1 It in the atmosphere, end
"; ::': the oxide of tin gradually takes leave mile off tba const of Chile. It Is fifteen +

,: House Furnishings of all Kinds. II of the Iron by evaporating Into the air, miles In length and from throe to

while some of It is washed away by ten miles In breadth, and at the time
the rain Into the earth. After the tin I write of was, not permanently Inhab
; la gone the Iron of the can follow the lied It is of volcanic formation but "
Rugs Lamps Chairs Tables Stoves Etc. Etc. same course that! hall born purauetVbytbe well wooded.
tin. It oxidizes and boaomes the Just previous to leaving Loudon on
familiar reddish brown substance this voyage Captain Bennett bad been +'

-. .. .. known all Iron rust. The metals bave married to a young lady whom he had t
: : :- ..- ..-. '. .- -- __ .' _JT no wills of tbelr own, no affinities, no been courting for over three years.

understanding, and therefore no Intention She was the daughter of a manufacturer
a* to tbelr present or future and the marriage had tbe consent

SANTA CLAUS Has Provided Bountiful Assortment course. They.do nothing of them and good wishes of her family.
a selves. But electrical force do their She was a handsome Intelligent girl
work for thorn. These force unltu the of twenty, much In love with the cnn-
0-" atom of the metal with those of tbe taln, and this voyage was their bridal
oxjtgen. Then the molecule of those tour I was the captain's nephew and ,
of Good. Things oxide are carried away by the atmospheric second mate of the brig; i' 1,

electricity and disposed of According When we had, anchored the brig In a
to circumstance landlocked bay and began at the repairs

If a small.Jiottle or other piece of the ;young; wife suggested a tent
glass be placed on damp ground and under the trees ashore. A tent was erected
Suitable for CHRISTMAS GIFTS an old wornout tin bucket I I. turned a few necessaries taken ashore, and

over It:, the particles of Iron oxide will there the happy couple spent their
be taken away by electric current nights and part of the days. During ':

from the old bucket and will be de the daytime, U the captain was not on ..;;

c' ... -- -... : --..- :. . ..''J:" .. n '. .- ..:: = l posited partly on the glass, the remainder board, they; wandered over the Islandor
", going Into the air and the gathered shells along the beach. If j
m. earth. Deposit of iron and other mot be was on board we could see her moving I :
ale are thus carried around by eloc" about or sitting under tbe trees.
trlclty In the atmosphere from place We finally bad thing ready to proceed f'
YELVERTON'S to place all over the earth. Chlorine and the tent and the wife were to be
STORE by electric power pick up atoms of brought aboard next morning, when a I
gold and goes wltb them to the ocean strange thing happened Captain Ben ,
9 where they are a* much at home as nett had been with us all the afternoon -
salt All metals can exist In a state going ashore about 0 o'clock In
of vapor; therefore they 'are to be the evening. An hour Inter we were
520 Lemon Street Palatka Florida. found not only In the atmosphere notified that the wife was missing.

around this earth, but also In the atmosphere It did not seem a thing of much account ': ,
around the sun and the to me when I went ashore at his ,
stars. If a ray of sunlight la bent out call. I myself bad Been the woman a*
of Its course o* It Is by drops of water late as 3 o'clock. She bad been cautioned -
In the case of the rainbow the familiar not to wander too for but bail. ".

seven colors of red, orange yellow, been a bit heedless. I bad no doubt ;
green, blue Indigo and violet are that she would be found within the i
spread out aide by side. When these hour and that we should!! all have a :.
spectra or streaks,! of light are scientifically good laugh over the Incident. The only ,
Investigated about GOO dark lines direction she could take from the tent

are formed also among the colors, Dud was duo west, where a narrow valley
these lines represent shadows cast by led luland. The captain had gone a I.
Y'' : elemental substances In the atmospheres mllo In this direction and shouted her p
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of the earth and the sun. Light name and got no reply.; We now hurried .
made artificially and not passing along until we had covered dou-
When through the atmosphere of the earth bid that distance and we shouted at
Hunting Gay Brothers I IThe and the sun does not have these dark the top of our voices but no answer ,

-' lines. came to our balls. We followed the
By means of the spectroscope, a gradually
valley winding and turning for a distance /(,
ChristmasGifts invented instrument now In use, of two miles and then returned "
: __ but credited to several scientists, well to the beach for men and lanterns.

Leading Grocers of East FloridaOur known elements bave been compelledto The disappearance was a strange ,
register tbelr addresses in bands of thing. Tbe woman could not have lost \

What would be more natural than to head for the store of W. S. FRY, light Among the first to write themselves her way. She could have gone In only '

the Jeweler of Palatka. down were sodium, potassium, one direction. She bad only to turn In
Leading ; stock was magnesium calcium, chromium, nickel her tracks to come back to the startIng "
': There are hundreds of Beautiful and Appropriate articles here and goods never more complete than now and new and iron. And the same apparatusled point. We had been there two
are arriving weekly. A few of our
specialties: to the discovery of new metals,
weeks and had not seen a stranger "
all selected with special\ reference to this season of the Each article
year. such all cesium, rubidium and thallium.
g Ferris Hams and Breakfast, Bacon about. Eight of us, provided with lanterns -
contains untold happiness for tlie recipient. We want to name a few of All these are found to be In the sun's or torches, divided Into four parties
Genuine German Dill Pickles, atmosphere. By means of the spectra
the more important articles: and began a now search. One
Olives in-bulk Pure Olive Oil, scope tbe one hundred millionth part party went up the beach another down
All the of a grain of sodium In common salt and the other two followed the valleyto
Waltham Howard Elgin and Hamilton Watches ;: leading brands of Cereals, becomes as discernible and unmistakable
its end. It began or ended in a
Vermont Maple Syrup, as tbe side of a house This wonderful basin of about an acre lu extent. This S

all adjusted to keep time to the second.--" .. New Buckwheat modern Instrument has enabled basin was shut In by rocky hills and
Graham scientists to find out what the pea pretty well covered with bushes. We
ple who Inhabit tbe planets in the had brought musket and for
Diamond Brooches Rings Bracelets Chains : a along,
etc., etc., ; Whole Wheat and Rye Flours, also solar system of the dog star Sirius, for an hour we shouted and fired by turns.

Pillsbury's Gold Medal, example have to eat for without nitrogen No reply; did we get. Then we returnedto

Everything in Clocks, both plain and fancy. ; Obelisk and other they could have no beans or sea what luck the others- bad met
spring peas,. without sulphur no mustard with. There 1\'Ollllot much to hope for.
Silver Ware, Knives, Forks, Spoons. ; Brands of horseradish and water cresses or The beaches were short:, and no one
:t'' Flour., anything of the kind, although the people aboard the ship bad seen the missing
Cut Glass and Leather Goods. Guards Chains :
.Fobs, Also the would be confined to vegetable diet woman strolling up or down. Whenwe
: InrgBst variety of Imported Delicacies/ ever They would also] be without light biscuit reached the tent it was to find that '.
;: brought to Palatka.
and Scarf Pins. for breakfast or any fermented the other searches bad been in vain. I
== liquors.-Baltimore American.
Then the captalu said: I
Best line of Fountain Pens in the city. "My wife has wandered to a distance -
; W;.t H. Felt Like.
BOTH and In climbing some bill, perhaps -
': Please step into our store when you are casting about for something It was die Brat time be bad sung In after a rare flower she has met
an Episcopal choir and 'tu>felt strangely with a fall. She be lying dead or
suitable for Christmas. It's no trouble for us to show goods. In fact we : out of place in the vestments lie she may ban been may so badly hurt that i

: like to do so. They are so pretty. : wore. The other choristers looked comfortable she cannot call out In answer. I shall "

/ Lemon Street The West End enough, but the new one was continue the search the night through." ,
sure he would trip on tbe skirts of his ,'j
There was no one who did not pity; ,
W. 'S. FRY The Leading Jeweler PALATK FLORIDA cassock when he went up the chancel tbe man. We had a crew of fourteen
steps, and he knew that if be did not and,"leaving only two men aboard, a*
stop perspiring his clean linen cotta r ran
anchor watch the rest of us renewed >
Palatka Florida.. would be sadly mussed. The opening the search We went on the
prayer had been Intoned by the rector, Idea that the woman must have climbed -
and the singers were In line waitingfor
the hills at Six of
.. .. some point us
tbe Introduction to the processional took one side of the valley and six the
.. to be ] when
5 played, one of the basses other, and we examined every spot
whispered In the new man's ear' : with the minutest care. Wherever It
'"You're a tenor, aren't you?' seemed
possible for a woman to have
a c mwc c ca iv99 etrJCVVmvCVVtmmcmIamt77cc ct770naurJ J7mmmmmmmmAA mmmmmOmCtl "I suppose so," he replied "but I
tuaano>amaauvana climbed up wa sent man We looked
uueavaavaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaammvvmmvevrmommcmaonnaanau a feel like a twospot"-New York Times for broken branches; we looked to sea

CSMITH'S If patches of moss bad been disturbed;
r Home N\ade Picturesque Newfoundland. we ]looked for fragments of her dress
Newfoundland has been styled a
clinging to brleva. Not until daylightcame
rough stone with no Interior, and
and r
t Candy we were thoroughly exhausted
un doubtless to the passenger on some Atlantic -
Q&I and discouraged was there any ]letup -
D a __- .. .- -. Beautiful Fancy Boxes For L i-'M__" iJ! JilQ;; : liner seeing its bold headland Then we returned, to the ship for
Jutting; out Into the with Its
uaaa ucni .c .ocean breakfast and a brief rest. The captain (
,. ,. weather beaten cliff standing gray tat down under ,.
hev U 5 0 .to+ 0C. a tree ashore.
Christmas Presentsg and cold the description may seem a When morning come again he bad
fitting one. But to those who know It "
L made up hi. mind what to do. The
aaij Baltimore & Ohio R. well, who bave seen the fir clad val
R. could
ij and the Holidays. tg toys Its clear lakes and streams and brig Store. no longer be detained.
suIHclent to last a man for many
ry Butter Kisses Mixtures Etc. Special prices to all Church and Now hillsides tinged with the red and gold weeks were landed nnd she was sent
Cups Tallys .__ has direct connections la of autumn it I la a rough atone with avery her lu ;
on way charge of the mate. At
uu Sunday School 'Xmas Trees We carry a full line ofHuyler's ua New Union Station, Washington, D. C. fair Interior.-London Strand.A Valdlrla he was to arrange for some I ,.

native craft to come and take the ,\
a Specialties and Peter's Chocolates l With all lines to and from the South. Piece of Homely Truth. off. Mo would remain and prose captain .. ,
;you expect people to believe all cute the search until the '
Through Veatlbuled Train Splendidly Equipped that you tell them?" mystery was

out and other fine Imported goods. French Crystalized Fruit, Nuts. Fruit, etc. : Pullman Drawing-Room Parlor and bleeping Car*. "That is not the idea," answered the solved remain, and with he him.would allow no one to

t" Hot and Cold Drinks, Ice Cream, etc. Cigars and Tobacco and- .., u!11 -.. I iExoellentDialog: Car Service sagacious campaigner. "The way towin It was three months, Inter when the
the hearts of the people is to tell
u an elegant display of l iigh-grade Brier and Meerschaum Pipes. !w FROM Washington to them what they already believe. only captain thirty wan, but taken he off.looked Ills like age a man was 1

urur Washington Star. of fifty lie was gray haired and bent

nil Lemon Street p Plttsburg, Cleveland, Chicago, nud wrinkled. He had gone over every
fir L J\ SWITTH -The West Anxious. foot of the 'Island twice and three
nnwr Palatka, Florida and Northwest. Sick Man (who 1 Is a collector of coins times over. audhe had not; found so
BJU and also very rich)-I made out will

unntreaa gavvemvavmmevmvmvonnnnemm arfsmcGVeammmavmmvmctsmmvmmnaaaamota+nnnnnnnnnnnrt-nnennemm c mmmmmnennmmvmmmmmnnvmnmmn9/nemm neneaoerannnnnnnnc0ivmmnoEmmnmaecmlamnn 2 Famous! Royal Blue Line today Reginald of coins. and left you my my collection Not much a as bush a nor shred a rock of his nor wife's a gully;dress.had,

________ ___ ___ TO: "Which one, uncle-the one In the I escaped him Not 'a thicket but that;,
he had
searched on hands and IIn: _.
Notloe of Application for Tax leetl. Baltimore Philadelphia andJNew York bank or the one In the cabinet?"-Lon Not a foot of beach had been left unwatched -|

I Notloe to hereby given that, Oeo. A. don.TltBlU.A for what the tide might bring.)
Downing purchaser of tax: certificate "Every Hour on the Hour" Washington to Baltimore. She had simply disappeared off ChloelIsland
No. 63. dated the 3rd day of July A. D, t model husband's the noblest work
If It's You're After "Every Other Hour t the and to this day no one knowhow )
Quality 1003 baa filed laid certificate In my of- >a Odd Hour" Washington to of woman.-Indianapolis Star .
floe, and baa made application for tax Philadelphia( New M. QUAD.'
deed to Issue In A Home Made Happy by Chamber-
Remember The Singer Sewing Machine. accordance with law. Confirmed.::
SaId certificate embrace the D. loin' Cough Remedy..
following MARTIN
Not only for quality but for up-to-date construction, the described property situated In Putnam C. W ASSET F, About two month ago our baby girl Bishop Williams of Connecticut lived
SINO ER hoe been In tbe lead for year.-always Just a little butter county Flortifa, to-wit: Manager P""lIenK"r'frllftLo. General Passenger Agent. had meaalea which settled her lung all his lIfo unwed. A friend mentioned
than the rent Bile. 83( Mariner Lake Sect.1on.. and at last resulted In a severe attack of that one of the states was Imposing .
The BINDER poss<>asAa advnntHK) which you may not knnw, Township 10, flange :24, containing to bo; aohltle. We bad two doctors but no a tax on bachelors.. to ba 'In
but we would bo pleased, to snow you-because we are In the Sewing torn. -- 1 wasobtalned. Everybody thought' creased a certain per cent every ten
Machine business and we know It from.ton to> bottom. because we Theaald land being assessed at the ,.: c + : "' _. she would dl... I went to eight differentstorea years of bachelorhood, and added:
nrmka our living nf. It. The SINOEB m"y bit seen i at the estahlliihinentofK.O. date of the loauaoea of such oertlBcata -== :: ?U.tz1 I to find a certain remedy which "Why, bishop
: :PYlc: at
EARL.E3,417 Lemon St. P"l..tk". Fl'? who will be In the Dame of J. 0. OOHS. Unlee. / i.I: :Y1c: .CPA had been nwnmmeodwt to ma and tIled would have to your ago you\
rl"iiuimJto show yo.t and sell you according to jour pooket-book- said. nertlflcat shall be redeemed ao- LA TKA. FLOftlOA. to get It. when) one of the storekeeper\ pay a hundred dollars
CASH or: CREDIT.L. oordlng to law, tax:deed will Issue thereon ''I Drugs Chemicals 1 I Instated that I try Chamberlain's Cough a year "
on the lltliday Jao'y A. D. 19U8 II Druggist Sundries and \ Bernd). I did *o and our baby I 18 alive "Well!! said the bishop quietly, ""''.
Wt JACKSON, Salesman and Collector, Ualnrsvltle FU. Witness my official signature and meal Patents. and well today,--G o. "W BPCNCH! worth It.1*-Bellman.

this the 6th dayofD.ember., A.D4907. PRIlSOFf/PTION8 OAFf."ULL.V OOMPOUNDD. I Holly Springs, N. O, Chamb rllalo'e "Had dyepepeln.indigestion for
[Seal) Joe m FHICK, vaasa G"BDaNS..D. .. Cough Kerned .slwar curse and In ;yearn. No and
Clark circuit oourt; Putnam ... 11Woq auamahlp. LI.... I pleasant and eats to take For sale bye eat appetite what I did
county, yia .1- .ao.. 11'5 is _. .. Aekennan Htetwar Drag Cot Blood distressed Bitters me cured terribly m.-J.Burdock H.

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I The Fensaoota Journal' special mlrliiK It and RaId ho, -Colonel, you )

THE- PALATKA NEWS Christmas >edition published last talent' tickle IT MloWs ribs a ions tlmo

Entered at the Paiatka postofflc : Sunday!: was the largest most entertaining What State Editors are Saying A DESPERATE FIGHTER with this. beMre youd: make him W. A. ierryday CO.DOI.l"rlt

as inallnble matter of the second newspaper ever published 10 "Brave, generous, determined and en- .

olass.Published. west Florida. The paper consisted James Dowl'1';sought adven.

at Pal atka. Fla., on of eight! sections of eight page Not. Corporation Talk- Courage and Daring of Colonel ture terprlslng.for Its hnznr
; Friday by each-64 pages in all. For 865 day Jeff. Browne has been promptly James Bowie. among the first to take up anus .

RUSSEL.L.&VICKERS. In the year the Journal is Florida' spotted by those opposed to his Knberuatorlal for Texas independence. Three more together -

most up-to-date dally newspaper sIt candidacy aa a "corpora- ---.., dospersto men were never brought Bowie 1 Crate Material

Wr.. A. 8USSELL. teller was an easy matter for Editor tion man," meaning thereby a representative HIS DEATH IN THE ALAMO. ;jima Travis. Crockett and within

Mayes to excel In the matter of i a of corporate encroach an they took their liwt stand

THE CALL OF CHRISTMAS. meats upon the rights of tbe people.., the walls of the Alamo. Sick and help of all Kinds.
Christmas edition. Hut in Mr. Browne's ftt lie- terrible day
speech last .\
In bed ou
Gonoreussnd less
The happiness of the Christmas Funlak last Thursday he used thU Drsmstte End of This Bravo, As a Mexican L j
Park Trammell has with- Jim Bowlo tiled
Hon. The Way
time I la the fruit of love. It la born language: Determined Spirit- kill him he roused
forward to ;
drawn from the race for the U. SSenatorsbip. "X shall recommend the enactment the Fearless Fighter Onoa Protected ran caught his ) Fruit and 7 7I
of the 'Joy of giving. It U the celebration effort ,
himself by a supreme
He says It would cost of a law to revoke the license of any Preacher In Texas. fatal
life to the 5 heir plunged the
of the gift ot a foreign corporation doing; business assailant by the
too much and more than his own dent!.
world; an act which was" but the In Florida that shall transfer a case One fine summer morning In 1833 knife Into his heart and fell back

spelling out of one letter In the pocketbook would stand.'' It Is an from a state to a Federal Court. Litigation the year that Bantu Anna seized the When the story of his death was told Vegetable"Wraps. ,
secret that Mr. 'Trammel was in the Federal Courts Is very Louisiana she said,
open ; his mother lit
whole alphabet of divine and Infinite of the new republic\ of Mexico \ to
sadly disappointed In not receiving/ expealve and many a poor man by presidency "1 am snre Jim never died with a rnl I

love. Hut It was a latter so plain! those hearty ,assurances of support his Inability to carry his ease through -a small party of horsemen choused wound In his back" nnd, with a quiet

: that the lowliest.could road It, so these tribunals Is prevented fromobtl.lnlul the Sabine river about sixty tulles turuwl again to her household
from the administration after his smile .
simple and clear that men lay aside>> : ( Justice. The tendency to from Its mouth and entered Texas territory } J
announced candidacy which hIs transfer cases is. a reflection on theIntegrity duties.-EicbaaKO
their opinions and subtleties And Most of them were clad In
; of the State Courts, and
loyalty and efforts in its behalf ;
yield themselves to its spirit. those foreign corporations. that seekto buckskin and armed with rifle, pistol Gratitude Is a fine virtue and yet It

1,. Christmas Is separated from the seemed to entitled him, and which do business in Florida' must be and -knife...a rough, determined look. l Is wearisome when carried beyond due Pal atka Florida. ?
rest of the year by something other he bad abundant reason to expect. made to understand that they cannot big crowd with two notable exceptions bounds.-L Sngu.SIMPLE .
treat our courts with contempt. nor
than lines of the calendar. It Is a will be permitted to preyent one clean shaven dark skinned, WI /.
There I is a possibility of harmony they HOME RECIPE. J

season by Itself>> In which with a In the democratic ranks of Volusli our people from obtaining Justice by with a bright. restless eye that scanned .. -- .-- .. -
sense of freedom we abandon ourselves entailing upon them expensive litigation the woods constantly. an 1C In .. "-
to law which county. The remnant the old Insurgent / In the United States Courts. of and the other a Mix This Helpful; Recipe at
a spirit or a we search an enemy Mill
; element once led by the late 'the right of a state to revoke their Portable Saw Outfits
da other small mild mannered man whose general Home and Try It.
not recognize or obey on
J. Hall Brumsey, P. D. *i bus been licenses for this cause Is no longer a
days. We place ourselves under the mooted question." appearance betokened the preach. -
: seen peeping through the columns of would be :These two wore riding In front Get from any prescription pharmtodat Engines and Boilers and all kinds of
law of unselfish love and for a few corporation candidate er. the following: the l>est on earth., Wood'ork-1
short days realize how much better Chris Codrlngton's paper waving a likely to recommend such legislation talking earnestly .of the convention Fluid Extract Dandelion, oiia-nall Machinery[ and Mill Supplies. \\ e carry a Urge stock and |

white flag with one little uciimpor as that for if the corporations, especially which had just been held at San Felipe ounce; Compound Kargon. 1. ounce; jug immediate shipment. Write for illustrated. catalog. We cw::]
It Is than to receive. make
to give tant condition addressed to Jim Per- the railroads love any one de Austin and of the poHslblllty Compound ttyrup SarHpiirlllit three : can

Even with all the mistakes w.. feature of our system of governmentbetter \ Texas might one day become an save yon money.
the face that ounces.
kius" written across -jusi
may make iu our Riving, even with ,, than another, that feature Is Independent state. Suddenly some one Shake well In a bottle and take Address all letters to
enough of a condition to allow Chris the United States Court to which I afteretici, meal and
the that enter them started along teaspoonful
mercenary spirit may and the other decent fellows In tin they fly as to the shadow of a great; In the party behind at bedtlmo.

t in, or with the servile bending to outskirts to come back home and rock in a weary land when things with a memorable chorus- The above Is cotmlcloreil by an eminent Malsby Co.

r foolish customs there l Is still ruling veal without hu- are getting too hot for them la the When other states reject us. authority who writes In a New .:
their feeling
all for awhile desire to make enjoy state courts. No railroad corporation This Is the ono that always takes us. as the fluent prescription 41 S.
us a York: dally paper .' Forsyth, St.,
,_ '
Is well. We Jim __
initiated. It hope wants a Governor at Tallahasseewho From that jingling rhyme some derive ever written to relieve r-

others happy) a laying aside of our will meet 'em half way. will recommend legislation that the name Texits.' Certain it is Backache, Kidney 'l'rDublnVenk -. :.. .,. Atlanta Georgia
own wills and ways, a forgetting will It In instance of the -
deprive any that this great uew land took in and Bladder and nil forms of Urinary
eveu of our own griefs and grudges o. friendly shelter of the Federal "nho left dimnultlfls. This mixture acts
J. H. Reese, associate editor of the Courts. And Mr. Browne said something sheltered many a fugitive tissues
r4 and an endeavor to make peace and his country for his country's good." I promptly oil the ellinlnatlve\ 11I1::'" IIIrl: !:! : I&LOI1tr"IjJ&jtlr.JJ.u: ; ;: : ; :; : ; : J
Tallahassee Sun, and whose relation! else in his DeFunlak speechwhich of the Kidneys, enabling them to
good will kindly feeling happiness LaOtte bad sailed
with Oov. Broward are perhaps it is well enough to rememberIn That prince of pirates filter and strain the urlo acid and

# and helpfulness dominant. We last closer than those of other news sizing him up as a candidate. He away from Galveston teu years bo- ,! other waste matter from the blood New Stock g Let us know your uI

the delights of the life and law of any quoted with approval the following fore and his thousand freebooters which causes Rheumatism.

love. paper man in the state, says that words of a great Southern!: statesman. were scattered to the four winds, but Kome-persous who stiller with' the u

Then the season over we turn the governor denies the report of a "The man who would do the rail- crowds of adventurers from all parts allllctloiu may not feel Inclined to Garden Seeds I hiGrocery j

Jacksonville\ afternoon paper that he roads wrong In order to get the peo- of the world were pouring In, with place much confidence In this simple
y back to the dreary grind; of dally ple's offices would do the people have tried It
would call an extra session of the mnuy of the better class, to swell the mixture yet those who '
strife ; we put our necks again Into wrong whenever he wants somethingfrom any the results are simply surprising, for Fall
the yoke of competition and gall legislature for January 6th. Mr. the railroads worse than he tide of Texas immigration. the relief being effected without the | Wants
\ |
band Jogged on and finally
The little
Reese says: "It Is recognized; In the wants public office. slightest Injury to the stomach or Planling'l
, The sun seems to have set on a day official circle that he will not call reached the municipality of San Augustine other/ organs./ Im) Oar

; ,: of beauty and risen on one of grim the session unless it becomes a neces Illnesss of Senator Mallory then a mere collection of rude log Mix some and give; it a, trial. It 1i as seeds of J a and we will be pleased to nj
'i J struggle. Like an oasis In a desert lints. with one or two adobe structuresbuilt : certainly comes highly recommended. .

of greed stand the few days of Unselfish slty. Thus far the state's flnancei In While the there that Is much Senator to be Mallory'scondition glad; of by Spanish 'wls lonacles. Hero i It Is the prescription of an eminent t WI quality c. a furnish you with the bent B!

I joy and benefaction. have been so handled that the session report Is better than It was shortly the preacher posted a notice that the authority, whose entire reputation handle absolutely u goods obtainable at mrprij-R ]
i could be avoided. but there Is no Itev. Henry Stephensou of the -Jlletho- It Is said, was established by It. r We :
of his < But why limit these joys to 110 after the Inception present here at home when !u: ingly low prices. nj
guarantee; that this will continue to Illness, the people of the whole state dist denomination would hold a meetIng A druggist nothing that has not ..
short a time? Why should not that asked stated that he could either
1 I be the cnse. Just at this time. the wIll share tbe regret; of this community In the evening. At the hour named the ingredients or mix the 5 g} None but First-clnsa gniuli jj ]

t which makes these days so good bet license tax money Is being/ poured where he in best known and the house was crowded to overflowing supply prescription for our readers also I IU?)!! been carefully/ grown II'II'I 3 find ,shelf room hprp.'S\
.. good for all our days? The season best loved that his Illness has beenas with desperate men, all armed
" rough,
recommends It harmless. the choicest
Into the fund, and as from
revenue convince
it has 1> want to of this
; of peace on earth and human hnr severe as proved.Mr. and toady for any fun or fray that g you ,

: loony is a call to make Its essential there Is no Immediate scarcity of! !Mallory's singular purity In might arise on such a novel occasion. 1m Northern Stock Seed g so come and see for yourself, B1
life has been almost unique Daintiness In Clothing Gifts.In
about the but when public
' treasury
,1 I spirit and principle permanent! the money stream Is cut off as It may be at and Is the explanation of his stronghold The minister gave out a hymn, and tbo it the giving of Christmas gifts there 1i for,seed purposes and or, phone your order in to u |

\ dominant through all our lives. Let on not only the votes but the was sung with spirit. Then came is so much difference Iu the appearancuof 1 i ical it will
No. 84 and receive
almost time there must coin, word would the I 1suited criti j jj
another the most
, these days preach their own sermon,: any affection, of Floridians preserving, text but not the outside daintiness and the ordinary I to _
makeshift and what the formof he has the Ideals Inherited They hooted and yelled, : and careful atteu-
" would not this world be a much bet. some as done high crowd bear wrapper, says the editor of Madame Market and Garden [U j prompt ,

ter place if we might always thinkof this will" be nobody has venturedto His fidelity with is aa even illustrious now illustratedby name. shot In off derision.their pistols The tumult crowed was and brayed deaf- that I would suggest to uiy readers ID) @ 3 tiou. sig

others as we do now? predict. the fact that though he has not ening. The quiet little preacher stood that whenever possible clothe your ; Trade. m Free delivery.

This does not that i been able to recover sufficiently to gifts in a fancy covering. Dainty colored
mean we must In Ills heart "
The announcement was made from to the of his his ground bravely, though tissue tied with baby ribbonIn !

i close our places of business perma- Pensacola ou Tuesday of the with- go correspondence opening Is attended; congress to In part wishing ho were well out of it. With contrasting paper and harmonizing colors J L. C. j
nently that life must consist I In his traveling companion forced AckermanStewartDrug | Stephens
nor drawal of Florida's senior U. S. Senator by his secretary Washington and difficulty with a spray of holly tucked In the

the pursuit and exchange of presents. Stephen R. Mailoty: from the In part by Mr. Mallory's dictation of his way to the front, still carrying his bow, will speak of the sender's Inter I

Hut It would mean that the spiritof letters here. rlflo and a huge knife In his belt The est. Again large envelopes of (lowered Co. u Grocer,
race to succeed himself. Senatoi: While his health nits not been wild cheer that broke from the crowd
the babe of Bethlehem and the tied 1.1
or Japanese napkins
crape paper
Mallory's withdrawal Is due solely good for some years. and his present of the preacher
Iu the ears
and Morris Streets
of Nazareth who looked with tinsel cord and a spray of mistletoe > J g Kirby : ,
loan of Pen- ] Florida.] .
upon to the condition of his health. which illness la serious, the people now thoroughly alarmed, like the Paiatka,
HI. life as being for others, and said : sacola and of the whole state i will be Is a novel device for sending gifts. {
time has been and of wolves or the yellsof I
for a long poorly howls of a pack Florida.
You should do this to the home gifts Paiatka
"I came not to be served but to glad; to know that he Is not In a criti-
for But Instead -
which for the past month has beenIn cal condition, and fL'ollone end of Indians hungry scalps. as well as to those which go to outside PIB

serve would take the place of thsplilt serious if not critical condition tbe state to the other will Join the of jumping upon him this strange friends. It would also be nice to In
ana aaananaaccccnrcr: : : : !; :; : :rr.crcccr.cn:: ; : : : :
of of flashing
self-seeking greed, and the belief that he could not recover wish that he will soon be able to be man, with restless eyes close a Christmas card or send with the
mammon. about again.-Pensaoola Journal.A long black hair streaming over his U.Locus IIurI: J. ".LnR HrLLrAaDl're.ld.nL.
In time to make an active campaign gift some appropriate and personal Heoy.: and Treat.
Is there other of shoulders ;jumped on a bench and,
no way living quotation. It expresses: a special greet
for re-election. It has been
than by the rude law of might? Is throwing his hat to the ground, shouted Co 75 Dollars Cashwill
ing. The G. Bailey
It still true that the only safe motive generally; conceded that Senator i In a steutoiluu voice: "Men: this _ _ Loper
Mallory was the favorite In the comIng TO to youl You
LETTER MOTHERS.lly man has come to preach
which to D. LI'I' Tin Ho'n.Sho' 2-horse Bates
action U set
predicate buy our power
I race and his forced retirement need preaching to, and I'll be blanked Fire Insurance:
Interest? Is there MISH MAIITIKN x you bo'n, & Edmonds One Gasoline Engine
no higher law on account of III health will be the Dean or Woman, Stataon Uolvenilty. If he shan't preach to you! The next Day swine tar bo fun wid do I1T tin ho'nl or

than the law of business? We do occasion for general and sincere sorrow man who disturbs him shall fight met! En some folks '11 growl in do oi foahlon. Leading American and Foreign ). Reason for selling : larger

not need to be monks nor dreamers My name is Jim Bowie! way engine needed. Can be seen in ]
in all of the state. Sena- '
parts 'Kua it rouse um rum roa' at da break-
to believe that man has long out- The effect was magical. With quiet Companies operation at; this office.
tor Mallory has>> served two terms asa Dear Friends :-It would do your ar day
grown the wolf, and that he lives b. member of the lower branch of the hearts good, I am sure If you. could respectful attention the rough audience But da ii't' folks say dat day never shill

higher Instincts>> than the predatory look In on our life at Chaudoin Hal listened to the sermon ;joined heartily beer"Chrte'mul- TilE PALATKA NEWS.
Florida legislature; two terms ai and not few del coma once a year I" Accident Insurance:
All men know the glory recognize when school is In session and see In the closing hymn a
state senator, two terms as a member the happiness of, your children hereat to shake bands with
the persons came up Shoo ex you bo'n.Dar's .
rightness of the life that Klve.It..lf of congress and with the expirationof the University. Probably they the little man and apologize for the da life ar 'da worl In dat 1IT tin The Travelers of Hartford

'SI In service. his present term will have served will tell you themselves about the rough reception they bad given him. A ho'n
r To place ourselves under this law beautiful buildings/ the richly fur- meeting En da finest ar lights an da purtlaat. too, KuropeanHestaurant..
two terms as United States senator mouth later at the first camp 1m dam rOIlY rail regiments tnarchln tar
nished parlors the spacious halls, Life Insurance:
of the service of mankind would .. ever held in Texas some of them be- !
the excellent rooms, and the other you .
mean the comIng of the kingdom of The Gospel Herald of DeLand pub comforts they have. They will came members of the church and in Some. folks' day may growl but da chlllun ..., Furnished ItoouinaHot ,

heaven It would mean tell 1S38 the cornerstone of the first Protestant don t keer The Old Reliable "Germania Cold Bath
; becomingmore lished last week a special illustrated probably you, too. of their good "Cbrle'mue! del coma one. a y.arl"! 'and

like the Glorious King of men edition In the Interests of John B times. house of worship in the republic Atlanta Constitution. Life" of New York At
With your permission I would laid In San Augustine.The .
who found his kindliness in the This edition i la was
Stetson University.
like to tell you of their studios and man base timely aid proved so Birth-marten which mark and mar the ontHlile, '
path of service, in obedience to the dedicated to the people of Florida of some things In regard to which we effective Colonel James Bowie ana or the body are A grIef to every mother whoae Insurance CJiarles Kupperbuscli,
was Marine
spirit of love for men and faith In and its one purpose is to acquaint could gen you better results with noted child' may :bear:thvm. Butt for every child owho :
the knife In his belt was the beam a birth-murk nn the akin there are many
men. them somewhat with the splendid your kindly co-operation. There Is to him by his bearn Indelible blrth-tnurk on the minuNervouit Paiatka Fla.
more study done iu the I girls dormitories "bowlo knife given ,mother have nervous, children. .,it The CompaniesAll ..
equipment of this magnificent Insti- this year even than there was brother, Ilezln P. Bowlo. It was made many a man ,and woman o\\el.n Irritable andliMiondeiit Leadimg
Oood will earth Is Ood's will ..
on tution which has been dedicated file, of admirable ( ) temperament, to the day of
for solemnly last year and we thought last year or a largo strong dread when the mother walled the hour of her For
man. to the, work of supplying a that we got fine re.ults.Ve tire temper and gave Its name to a family matornltv. 'lite line of 1)r. Pierce* Favorite Claims Promptly

careful not to push the matter of of terrible weapons not yet extract HrtMerlptlon Ntnmiitheiie. the mother for her
Christian education to the young of New and Upto-Date
The path of happiness always lead IIInl1&1. eireHgLhsnhte' a buoyancy Settled. .
study to the pome where the young Crockett met Bon'la for the first timeIn Hiilrlu anil ciilotnuiMof| mInd, which' I I..* one of
by some sad one's side. men and women of the state. If the women would break down nervously. .the Alamo and be writes In his the: hnpple I Kt'lH anmlhercnn. beatowon: her Furniture and

Sews was asked to voice its pre- Our first aim Is to preserve their oiNprUiK., By glvJtiK! visor nod elimlelty to theItfllcata Offloe\ !l8 hoOt St PAOLTIA,Ft>A

Giving Is I always a poor l Investment dominant wish for today It would be health ; our second Is to bring them Journal Colonel: llottlo"While bud we occasion were conversing to draw praotlpANy wouiouty. '. :line tn-giuiM sway Fnvorlte with the I'ruscrlp.lion" |loin .ofmntornltt House Furnishing Goodsat

when It Is an investment only. that this Issue of the Gospel Herald Into sympathy with right religious nod fliko. the uab) Order For Publication.
and moral views of things; and our his famous knife, anil I wish I may ba natural nnil ute our'plo, n. the l>lo..omlnwof. very low prices

I Democratic might be laid tonight before every third is to produce results In character shot If tbe bare sight of it wasn't nowor. >o "opium, or ,'ilcobol. !, in ruvortl* En the OtrCutt' Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit .
The National I'roorlptlmi. All Itir.'dIeItC printed on Go to
convention Futiium Uoimty Florida-la Ohaii-
family circle in Florida and that its and conduct through the ability enough to give a man of a squeamish bottle-wrapper.' I Iv not a gurrct i>r patent .
will be held in Denver, Colo., contents could be read viewed and gained in their studies. stomach the colic. Ho saw I was ad- :medicine: : but; ,: la the, opMn ,pnwirtptton I of aneducated very.Atoms. DeWItt,by her huiImnd '\

June 2d. !Some:: of the young women have and axparlontud I.by.lolon. niul" text !frluml / Bill for:
discussed from the proposition laid .!. ., ._ R. S. Mooney
evidently not learned to study at .- -. w ill* n. in w iifc, v roruuioHurVH. ,
down In Its opening article. via: / Of
It 1 U generally admitted that Will home and these receive our constant Hnrry A. HttHth, .hit* \ Mortgage.JItfiiry .

Bonn has! pro tted most by the with "Christianity and education are sympathy. Some of them say A. Himth. o.Hid, ..1llaip.'ariflg Palutka, Florida
Florida's best friends and at the they have .never been under restraint by muiwlt' appomlmt to the -s- -
diawal of Senator Mallory and Candidate at home. and It Is necessary for us In HUMAN. RACE AFFLICTED bill Html In tIle nbovv Htntetl UUUHU tlitlt Harry
Trammel) Though a "dark same time Its greatest needs. The such cases to teach them self-re A. tlHitth. atlas Htmry., A. Honth. mid. Undertaking and Embalming.
and Stetson Nellie 0. Htmth, I bin wlf .Mini Julintoit O oullcnt -
homo" may be trotted out who will churches University, together straint and also obedience to the : corporation under the
all with the public schools and rules of the dormitory.The liitti of H''OhrK..n. the clttrciulitnln. therein. .
upset calculations. immml are no.-danto. of the Hluto of
other schools are working to give mothers of our girls could help .".lo'hh..1 the lufKiidunt Johnson. optlcnl Order For Publication.
us greatly If they would write us WITH QUEER DISEASE Company, a ttto., In n retttiltml
fur'tiUtt I
Florida better and Judilti
"Young Mr. Farrla of Jacksonville a Christianity somewhat fully with regard to their of niroU> rtmmonce of tlioilxliinilniiu In the Olruult Court. Eighth' riorttib-1li';: Ucory. I '

," is the style of reference mostIn ntelllgence that a free people ought own wishes Iu respect to their H until saC Hm Nulllii'. ry A.(t.Ilnuth Jleiitlrr,slice I is: milciiowo"Henry A.;: ,.Putnuin Uounty,

vogue with the press of the state to have." And more we would wish daughters. Iu so far as we can comply Unit. tit.. tlufviKhinU, are over the atf*> of Pearl Chestnut. 1 Bill) for
with these wishes In twtmty-ulta' It In therefore ordered 1 .
bat this same Gospel Herald might conformitywith yeun. -V. iJlvoC"hl
when speaking of the lately announced the rules of the school shallbe that mill non-renldent d.fuiulunt> Johnson Noah M.: Chestnut; .1
candidate for Congressman become a regular weekly visitor Into we Internal Parasites Cause Much Optical Company,a corporation under the appearing by aflidavt$ appefluIflui tO ItO
glad to do so.Ve know how anxious Cooper Says lawn of MIchlKHii, be and they are hereby : lated ,'lIU (lust,
Frank Clark's shoes. The every Florida. home. We knowof the mothers of to bItt Ihled In the above tl'orel'5naitmed '
newspa- our girls are for "- required appear to the Bill of Complaint Noel', 0, OlesIut the dfetilIIi( ;
pers are practically unanimous In no way In which the family can their welfare. I personally requestall tiled Iu laid cause ou or before is e relijeoS of ttte Nlt I u
Suffering Everywhere. MONDAY the oth DAY OP JANUARY, blnnelf so tliiit Ct'0'Ce.
these mothers to write to Florida, and ooncevls
me concerning -
the opinion that Mr. Ferris Is "up invest a dollar with greater promiseof their children telling toe A. n, law and that the laid non-n>.ldndefendant < .. oa"ol be served upon bllll .",1 II thor"over

against it." And the newspapers results that will prove of real and ,, their *, Hurry A..H.'h. Klla Henry 11,0 age of twenty'oio, ycarot It I'I 0114is
) loinethlngot: earlier education, A. Heath,and lfeilietk., Heath hi. wife, beind tore ordered tlst aii doiefldslt'l orUomplaLD'
followfnsc remarkabla: statement "Contrary to general belief the ,
generally reflect the sentiment of I lasting/ benefit, as well as wholesome their home training;, their church re The appetite they: required; to appear toItti hereby required toappea,1oIb5ilI ."
localities. entertainment. lations their mod. of life; soniu-, waa recently made by L. T. Cooper. Is not greatly Increased-It only Hill of OomPlar.\ filed In laid .cau e oo IUIIIL In saul c..o.o on or .
their respective .. of their health and It concerns the preparation which has becomes Irfegutar. There is a general or .before MONDAY the littl DAY of JANUARY.A.
.5. a- thing disposition, been so widely discussed throughout feeling of faintness however and a MONDAY the sat DAY OF FEBRUARY, rwumthe silegatiOfl1d1i4:
$ Mar'se Henri Watterson of the State Teachers Association. their desire home the environment and I earnestly the country during the past year and gnawing/ sensation In the pit ot tha A. D. IUlII. otherwise the allegation of laid' "uDwm18LIrae( as aonleiued by 'iud I Il"nl"nl. iS'

Louisville Courier-Journal that sympathy co-opera- Oias sold in such enormous quantitiesIn stomach. illl will be taken. oontewtea by said De .
snys Florida State Teachers Association lion of mothers.. enforcing/ the discipline fendant It L. further ordered that this OnlerJjJpubll.bml
patriotic men, everywhere are to bn which the University hits : leading cities: "People afflicted with one of these It l I. further ordered that thin Order be oaoe e week for four on .
lU07-lgotJwlll meet at St. Petersburg "It Is now a woll-known\ fact that parasites are nervous and depressed. published oiiiie week for eliiht eonnenutlve wiwk. In the Pulntka. Newa .II neWIlM1iitpubiiihed
congratulated that we are to have no adopted for the government of theyoung introduced New Their chief sensation week In the Hatatka Nflwn, In*i,IJ Uounty unit HtnlJ.Wltneea .
Florida. Tickets will be on: ..aleat wherever I have my Is one of languor Cptbll.hod newspaper oltlulal. ;." """
at Uhaudoin.V.. hand and
1' such strain put upon us as a campaign women are hundreds of and they tire In mid Con.ty and mate, a. to my
easily. Lack .
Discovery medicine pee.ple very ,.. the Ma of November Iw*
all Atlantis Coast Line ticket proud of our girls at !Stetson.:: I feela harry A. Heath nil Henry A. Heath and day
for a third term which could interest in have brought internal parasites, ot energy and ambition affect the body Nellie u. Heath, hi. wife stat once a week -=ANeat- JOSKPU: PRICE.
I offices III Florida December 20th and personal l each one of or tapeworms, to me. In many cases and the mind becomes dull and slug lor four conwoutlve week as to the John- Clerk Olroull Court.B. .
mean only proposed overthrow of them. I for ,, '
Bin!,, with return limit up to January I am grateful the rrmnr these people did not know the nature gish. The memory becomes not so ".,Optical; I Uompauy', a corporation, elo. -0-. J.T1ILBUBN,
courtesies have ""* end oltlclal
our institutional system for a dictatorship they shown me and ? my.'ami Heal tuU,
8rd, inclusive.A for' their willingness to to of LOS parasite and were consequently good and the eyesight is generally the !Mth day November.. 1"". Holtultur tor Qompl'''lni nt. _
," and adds: "In reassertinghis extremely nervous until I explainedthe poorer. (Heal] JOSEPH PKIOn' ,
rare chance to see Tropical he higher \life of the spirit In our (ltork l Olrcultoourt.IP. ? In
declaration on the night/ of the matter to them. la some cities somuy The New Discovery feeing stom-v FOR RENT-Six room belles {
B' .
work *
together. Pledge these girUiny "' Deputy Oterk.
Southern West Coast at the beglnIng f 'Vi'itV.J1,1'; ? > >
have had this experience that ach Apply.t.
and bowels of all ,
last presidential election :Ur. Roosevelt constant thought and love and, 11 impurities, seem Kt Crescent City, furnished.
confirms that view. Obviouslyhe \ of the winter tourist season. beg leave to assure their mothers ,f, ;the public generally became Uarmed."I to be fatal to these great worms, and Solicitor for Complainant. Miss\ Horeno Atkins, U. F. !). rio.<

Rates will, be one fare plus twenty hat I shall watch over them cure-1 I taka this opportunity of explain- almost Immediately expels them from 6, Fltsirerald, O.. i'-5"'
and all -
thinks as we think as good five cents for the round trip. Double fully mid" prayerfully day end. night ,I jug what learned these about creatures them are in and the what past.JpewormI the system. I wish to assure anyone Daytona Vrlrate Hospital and

Americans should think on that ally service Pullman oars on day while. It l.. my privilege to ba tl>-lrl' J have". who has the experience just related
much com-
< point. Ho hurrah for Roosevelt! Dean are more with preparation that there Sanitarium. Oranges and Grapefruit
rains and Pullman sleepers on night :...* than would be supposed. I ven- my is no
Hurrah for Bryant I and hurrah fur rains. I _that ten cent. of all cause for alarm in the matter, and .aJ"t3'Jf"h 1 proper treatment
'tere to say per :lr. : :
the Red'White and Blue I and the For further Information or If your Don't let the baby' suitor from ee> ckroalo stomach trouble, or what is that it will a* a rule mean a speedy sod blectrlcal. ...., ... Hnraleal uanee. Wanted

Star Spangled Banner oh, long/ may going to travel any where, ". rite sonic, sores or any Itching or thkin. -' kaown as a ''rundown condition, is restoration to good health." surroundingu appliance, .. HI..I"I trained allwlOLlon caress al..n. quIto Lo nutrket th..country.
to or call on A. \V. FKITOT Division, Doan's Ointment. gives Instant" 'caused by them. An Individual may The Cooper medicines are a boon an p"tlenl.. Terms 00 plloaIlOu. :No. 41*I Ma better
o'er the land of the free and sauond Write for price
It A .
r wave Passenger Agent Atlantic Coast1 relief, cures quickly. Perfectly. saletqr with of these great to stomach :- PSytona F .t
:utter for years on. offerers. .We sell thom *, A. kWCiL aad ...." M.rehs
R. HOWE. ". P. WI Lan". Ce. o
the home of the brave. Line R. R. Jacksonville, Fla. All sell It, '" .
children. druggists :.parasite and not lie .wn of It. ;Ackermau *. BUfsxt Fhyslelans l.a Oberge.i Las UoeKSt.. Fb4lsd.lpke. r.

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:::-headquarters i I"n" n'Wlw' ;Lgr cent City Hews LAKE COMO.Mr. !! !! : :?

and Mrs. Joel Jenkins of Mon-

clnlr, N. J., are here and keepln .
For Weather Repo t. B. B. Harris, for the past year 01: house in their ooinfortabln horn !

Inrt''::''::'':, : : .::'r J':' ur.for the w..ok..net more foreman of the Payson mill,, made which in has it, adding had many much alteration to Its at

Holiday Goods. Max. It In has ..decided to open a barber shop, tractlveness. ,

November t ''I, m.I p. m. 9p. m. M for hr.84 toi teDecember. and has secured the new Borsei Mrs. Wright of Hartford Conn. (>

Fine assortment ot tenement on lower ,Central ave. for Is occupying the Underwood cottag
T.: Balnnlay,::: Cl eo 58 do 48 this Mr. Harris has hat for the season.
8. : :: BH 7a ;.M purpose
In boxes
. Fancy Stationery! 10.(u. 'Mond/y..... O&I1i'O) U8 ?0 M extensive experience In this line, and Mrs. Underwood left last week for as
,00 7u iy ;
bIIl1i'4 (Otl ,
i Perfumery and II. We DIJ as he Intends run a clean, high her home Jacksonville, havln
14.: 5 1? U4 S ? % several days here.
; Toilet Articles, 1<1. 1 '.- 71 class shop, there is no doubt of. bill spent .
K D. WILLIAMS, Obierver success. Two fine launches arrived las the !
and new lino' week the being Howard
------- Rev Dr. P. K. Parrlsh pastor ol Gates of Cleveland, 0., and Joel Jen- .
Goods ."" "" "" ..... the Snyder Memorial E. church .-
Leather Including M kim This winter will-see numerous ,

:t' Pocket Books, i : Personal and Social. .. i Jacksonville, spent Friday Saturdayand launches on Lake Como. tbe day : I ,

Sunday last here, the guest ol W L. Dlggett left for his home at

: Traveling Case, Etc. ."" ......"" ........... Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Russell. Dr Se"bre"ze-Koln overland. Mrs. : .,
and Mrs. Parrlsh and the Dlggett and sni Lawsou/ left Tuesday '
II. B. Harris visited Palatka on young people by rail. While here they wer
; New Views 12 Monday of their family spent their vacation the guents of their parents, Mr.. and hall | '
12 I month of August, 1006, here, al Mr. J. F. G.ible..
Mrs. O. B. West and Mrs. E H,. which time I I
City. formed
of Crescent they many Mrs. J. F. Gable spent several day :
f. Williams visited Falatka on Monday, friendships. They have promised to In Palutka recently. ..

Lound's Drug Store Mr. and Mrs. K. Borsen took a come again sometime. Miss Carrie Harmon our popnla

I launch party to l'alatka on Wednes. The steamer Pilot Boy ran hard school teacher, has moved to Mrs ( ',
you l
Orescent City Fla. day. on the sand bar oil the old Carl Wright's; being' nearer the school .
house. ..ra
, Miss Stella Bonham of Jack.on- grove last Saturday morning while to I '
,__'llaL\lIIrl1D'IIIII1If'lInllllllnr'lIIl' ,I 'f
Mr. and Mre. Lee Smith and daughter .
villa was a popular visitor here las trying to make the W. B. Campbelldock. !
Miss Ethel of Crystal Lake, .
1 1 ;
week. The steamer Haw
May came la
were visitors town recently

EBBBBonBBBBBBKiCBaGiniaaaaaarci Tom Russell home from John B, to Its aid during the day, when some A. E. Gable, our popular railway i -

Hall Stetson University for the Christ' 1,500 boxes of oranges, comprising postal clerk, has returned to Macon, :

Grove rr.rt rf mas holidays. the cargo of the Pilot Boy, were Oa. Mrs. Uuble mid son will remain be ,,

transferred to a lighter. But even several weeka.longer.
hotel r.r :E. H. "Williams expects to make i .
g Crescent City's popular ,
then the May Haw was unable to Little Vesta Middleton has returned .
:if renovated clean anti airy. Is r.i. the final shipments of his season'sorange .
to his home at Pomona. He was
n L for thesenson under pull the boat Into deep "water. Finally less :
again open crop this week. the guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr :tJ
g the management of Wm U. all effort was suspended until the In
and Mrs. D. B. Raybon.Mrs. ,;Ii
I Norton. ; Mr. W. H; Fuller was critically III arrival of the steamer Crescent .
I g In the midst of the bent orL1 all of last week, but i Is now consid- which Claude Monjar. and Mrs. C. O to : )
Florlt t! was delayed till past mid. Sullivan were visitors at Crescent
section of ;
RnKe (rrowiuR ered out of
night. The Crescent {succeeded In City recently ,J, '
lit da. Fine boatlnir, 'Iah hlR' and Ia to f..
!: bird snooting. Beautiful( views fJ 16 Is stated that Mr. and Mrs. W. releasing the Pilot Boy about 6 a. m. Claude Monjar recently shot large I' :

of Crescent L/ukfl from hotel L1 B. Clore will move from Fittsburg, Sunday,, when she continued her horned owl. which he Is having ,; ':
verandas., Handy to steamboat LIIII mounted by Mrs. J. P. Cowburn of -,
p3 .
% to .
Chicago, soon.The'Shakespllare way to Jacksonville. The boat was i
landing. Board. by week t:! Crescent City.GOVERNMENT. .
, class will meet not Injured by It. experience.
and month at reasonable( ritft8.j t.I the ,
Caters to Northern, Tourists) r.I with Mrs. F.B. Crotty next Monday 11ev. n.W.Tblot of Apopka preach. '
Write for terms. the 23d, .at 3 o'clock In the afternoon. ed last Sunday morning and evening so I .

WflII NORTON The services at the Presbyterian for the Baptist congregation. The Branding Them U Provided For by : 1 ..'

:eIS, elyircli next Sunday. morning will evening congregation was quite large Army Regulations. 1 ,

lt City, Fla. I Ir. have special reference to the CbrUtnaa and one conversion is reported. It Whenever you see the letters "U. tint: .

r. mca a C 3 t.I time. la expected that Rev. B. N. Gate of B." branded on the left fore shoulder of ( ;) ;

Dr. W A. Brewster Welaka has Tennessee will arrive this week to of an animal maUa up your mind at tt

tnke: temporary charge of this church. onco that that beast Is or was at one ) t
decided four week In
spend days a
time the property of our rich old Uncle tt I
this place and word can be left for Ir.> Cate Is a special evangelist who day. ;
M H READ has been employed by the state Bap-. Sum. : .
him Lounds ,
1 at drug store. Then again If you knew the key to < .
tilt association to work In Florida
The people are preparing the system of branding utilized by the $
REAL ESTATE.Crescent young this year bis specialty being the United til t I !
tor a grand ball to be given on the quartermaster's department
erectIon of Crescent
church edifices.
would In momentbe
States you a '
night of January at V. I. A. Hall : .
City, Fla. City will be his first field and here able to tell the organization of the a
with tmislo from Jacksonville.Mrs. tf
he will set to work to build a churchon army to which that animal was assigned E ,, .
' The Howe property-"Ores- ]i ) J. J. Horton of Attluboro, the lot recently purchased by the Immediately' after- purchase by ft

oent Hill"-Is now on the mar rliisa.. was expected to arrive this new Baptist society. Mr. Cate Is the government -

ket. week and open her home at the corner said to be a carpenter as well as Branding public animals Is not a Ing t4 i i'

of Summit St. and Central ave. matter of choice, but Is provided for .
Particular1 attention xlven to preacher, and during his stay here it
by the army regulations, direct
Crescent City property listed I E. H. Prior and his friend, Eugene I Is expected that he will have per- that-

with me. Burroughs of Jacksonville, were In'' sonal charge of the building operations "Public animals shall upon the day look: ; t4! 'i

ee.A. this section last Saturday, bird shoot- and also act as pastor. The received be branded with the letters and : ;

Ing. They were spending several new church will be on the lot next 'U. Son the left fore shoulder
lays at Lake Como. west of the Presbyterian church. Horses assigned to organizations will the ( ) f ;

:I: Sporxcox: : Robert Smith of Long; Island Is also be branded on the hoof of one are !

again; at Crescent Inn for the season. The Babe of Bethlehem. fore foot one aud one-half Inches b<>low es I.
Dentist. the coronet with the designation of the
Mr. Smith has visited. Crescent City BY B.V. .. O. BOHWARD.
company Branding irons of uniform
several winter seasons and Is always Hark the Obrtttmnt bellS are rluglntf. size and design will be supplied by I
Offlce" at Boeldeooe on Prospect street. most welcome visitor. Clear and tweet o'er land and tea I
a the quartermaster's! department, let- I
Crescent City Florida Countless tribes, their tribute bringing, you 'r'I: : : : : : : : : : : : : :
The Walker Bros., orange buyers ters 'U. B.' to be two Inches In height, use : ,
Join In choral barmonyl ,
had several of hoof brand will
of Orlando who purchased Hoard ye ever tweeter story? letters and numbers

81. John. River by Daylight. crops hereabouts began shipping Know ye bow with glad aoclulln, on the same line to be tbree-tourth of

last. week. They have secured the Angela ballad the King of Glory, an Inch high, the letter to precede the to. :
house for their Hailed tho Bube of Bethlehem? number and blocked so as to penetrate
The Beach & filler Line C. B. Morrow packing .
the hoof one sixteenth of an luch. "I
work while here. Prlilng not th'Imperial tplondour
Of celestial realms above For example, tile hoof brands on
Hutchluson of
Steamer CIUCSCKNT. Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Dame In holy teir-aurrender, horses assigned to bond. Ninth cavalry, '
-_S .-.- Providence, B. I.:, have arrived for dod't tweet gift, incarnate Love would be CUD; to Troop A, Fifth cavalry louse ;
the winter season and are being wel. Came by royal proclamation would be A5: ; to Company A, battalion -
L.avM Jacksonville on Tu..d.y.,TbuJ'IIdRY'< omed by a host of old friends. They Todlnpel thevorld't durk,.nlghtt! of engineers, would be BEA."-
and at S 30 for Omen Co..,
Saturday :: a II) Came In meekett abnegation I
and morepopular Cincinnati Enquirer.
resided no
Palntka C..11CIIr. ; and principal Way God'l own glorious Son of Light)
LftniHnctR couple ever lived In Crescent EAKLYTO BED the : I

and MOD at 7 Mrs. Austin. and wise If take !
rldayi day. a. m. aide with Mr. and Not with kingly pomp and glory. happy especially ;you
JaokooD..m.wbart footot Laura Street. The traveling Art Gallery of the flute Babe lit Betblebetul Ilerblne before retlrluu.' A positive ,
T,lophone88PaUtKa : general Federation of Woman's With the lowliest of the loamy, cure for Constipation Dyspepsia. and all was
liver complaints. Mrs. 8-, Columbia,
ttrM t. Here he In the manger 110.1 gent :
wnarf foot of Lemon at V. I. .
\ be exhibition
clubs will on Ho, the holiest of the holy Tenn. writes: "I always keep a supply;
A. Hall, Crescent City, Friday after. He, the Lord of earth and tkletlshepherdt of your Her bine on hand. Am so pleased md
E. Deo. 27th, 19W7. with the relief It gives in constipation
T. CLARK Trufllc, Manager, noon and evening
kneel In awe before him and all liver complaints that words
Jacksonville, Fla There will also be a card party in Whom all Heaven rejoloea to great) oan't express my appreciation. Sold by yes;

"v_".nn...,.._i..lnn__.._ with.. nn the-,- art exhibit dur- Wise men hasten to adore him, .n"'ArmAn.R'rt. "_..___-.nn _Drua. (..'nDRIVER -._ his..
ng the evening. Admission SGots.Wm. Bringing kingly tribute meat.Oh. : :
.It U a bleuedstoryl I ANTS. aid .
Is now chief en-
A. B.TORREY. Broadstreet Heard ye never tweeter name to
Ineer of the steamer Crescent. Mr.. Than they gave the Lord of Glory for :-S
.. Ferocious Little In.
Undertaker and Embalmer. iroadstreet was engaged In a siml- Gave the Babe la Bethlehem I The Way
sects Defy the Frtthett.
her capacity with this line many Now at King of king victorious, "I '
Full line of Caskets and Oofflos Tbere ate certain ants that snow
and Is pleasantly remembered Jesus reigns o'er land and teal
Telephone years ago, wonlertulll1telllgence, and the "driver
lot of old friend E. D. Million at hit throne all-glorlout ,
by a
OEESOENT C1TX FLORIDA Bond In mat humility. ants" not only build boats, but launch Lip
engineer 1 Is now
Terry, the former Nations long In darkness dwelling, them too. Only these boats are formedof .
chief engineer on the steamer St. Now revere hit precious name. their own bodies.
And in countless tongues are telling .
ohna. They are called "drivers" because of
Crescent City Transfer Co. founds wishes all How be came to Bethlehem
Postmaster their ferocity. Nothing can stand before '

Christmas patrons of the postofflce the attacks of those little crea was
Ueets all trains at Oresctnt City Juno and POMONA NEWS.Dr. .
to understand that all packages tures. Large pythons nave been killed )>y
tlon. Night trains by appointment. must be in the office by 10 a.
papers> Johnson of Palatka was a professional by them In a single night, while chick '
B. M. LABBEK. Manager. m. to Insure their departure the same visitor here Friday.Mr. ens, lizards and other animals In west '

letter mall goes out in ern Africa flee from them In tertor. .. :
-- day. Only and Mrs H. E. Thlssell of Ash- ,
the afteruoou. Packages mailed ton, S. D., are In town fora few days To protect themselves from the heat
HANDY PAPERA held In the they erect arches under which nuojerOUB "
MOTH after 10 a. in. will be and are located at Rev. W. H. Wood-
well's. armies of them puss In safety. : (
moth deetror.nIdIelnh.etnn$. PlHOad nice till next day. Sometimes the arch Is made of grass. '
In the folilt of furl nntl Ida O. Stewart left Tuesdayto ,
or and Miss
old time popu-
; t..rr.o: .,t wet tuutlit COd worry.TWHlve Sip. Turner an return to Qulncy 111., by way of and earth and Is gummed together by
,Klieut lit it rocket, enrrtnue' pr putil, br Crescent City boy who left here D. O. also visiting St. some secretion, and again It Is formedby :;
: ,
luo": ; some seven or eight years ago, Augustine and Charleston en route. the bodies of the larger ants which Tbo1:
.. .. 813CICrk.Itia
Powder Work. 8 l Hl n
'who has since resided In OpeUka, Miss Stewart has won many friends bold themselves together by their
here last. week on a short during her short stay who will be strong nippers while the workers pass ; ,
Via., was
pleased to know that she Intends returning under them.

Wife-Bay, jilggnh. eher :vlllit to his sister, Miss Hlggenboth-. old friends.He next winter for a much longer At certain-times of the ;year freshets : ,
nee Ah innrilitil dun nuflln' and saw a few of his stay.
yo yo's am, overflow the country Inhabited by; the Ioe
cept sit round da bouse. Donn' ;yo' was on his way to South The U. E. social held at the homeof "drivers," and It Is the"n that those nut ,0I ,I

eber feel enny ninblahlon? where he expects to engage. III bust- Rev. and Mrs. Woodwell last go to sea. The lain comes suddenly,

Lnxy IIu hAnd-Ah feels aniblshlon nesl. Thursday evening was largely at- and the walls of tbelr houses are <

*'en All's clttln' round byub, honey, turkey shoot hereon tended and a success in every way. broken In by the flood; but Instead of J I
be homo-
will a sale of
There and the
but '
jo, i Music games ;
s Ab stahts tar wo'k
Ah gits soon 8 Christmas day. at which some 10 made candy occupied the time, coming to the surface In scattered hundreds .
dlscourage.j..Judg.j.Falling and being swept ot1"to destruction
will be shot for. C. 1. which proved enjoyable to all pres
-- 12 turkeys
or ruins risea blackball
out of the a
the attalr ent. ; .
Hunter Is arranging that rides safely on the water and .
Is sufficient to Mr. W. H. Brown from Hanvpton.N. -
Hair this Oeo. Flsks'for : drifts away. .
conducted H., has been a guest a
guarantee that It will be a week. At the tint warning of danger the
satisfactory manner. The shoot- little creatures run together and forma "oi'fA ;
In a all- ho The usual Christmas tree and entertainment weaker In the tat !
at target and solid body of Pots, the :
will be will be given in the hall,
anticipate will use 12: gauge hot Christmas Eve. Every body Is welcome center. Often this ball .larger thana |: .1
cricket ball, and In this way ;:
This will\ be about the only to use the tree for distributingtheir common ften
runR. gifts, and all are invited to they float about until they lodge
port of the day. the short of against some tree upon the branches -
Ayer's Hair new' Improved oome and enjoy program '
Vigor ( .
Allen B. Maull of Baltimore, ?\ music and recitation, and help the ot which they are soon safe and sound. pain :

formula, wilt certainly and W. B. Maull of this place. have children have a Merry Chrlatipas. Pearson'sWeekly. .cut

SlOp railing of the hair. Indeed, partnership In l lias returned It
recently formed a Mrs, W. S. Middleton LlouH tigers nod otber beasts of mil
we believe It will always do this Baltimore to engage iii.the, fruit from a pleasant visit In Welaka. prey at isoologlcal gardens and menag- .

unless there Is some disturb onuulsilon business at that place, Mr. Ch.... Cook and daughter Mrs. erlos follow the example of mankind beer.>

ance of the general health. ndMr. W. B. Maull who 1 III nowhere R U. Mlddleton of Long Station In-eating by lny end sleeping at night : ( ]

Then,a constitutional medicine is soliciting consignments for were In town Saturday. In their oath state these animals tlmea

may be Consult Both these young men sloop way the hours of daylight and ha. -
necessary. bll house. known here, CaILDlt8t4'afavorite hunt for their food at nigiltWestminstor Ie
your physician about this.. are well and favorably. tonlo Is White's Cream Vermifuge Gazette. lor )

'*,., mil clumtm tilt color 0 thC Irafr. where they grew to manhood. They the cure for worms sod all ohlldreo's .. > !!

,......1. wuri toe.. bol know all about the orange business diseases. It not only kills the THAT'S It! I I you .

A Bhow I* *> :you and are prepared to tell the peopleof worms but removes the mucus and Cough yourself Into a fit of spasms. and ;:.t. '
.....Q. something they per- lime In which they build their nest. then wonder why ;YOl.doa't. get well. .
gersItll .... ... .o..I.. Baltimore the sue'rlor Its action on the child Is mild and leaves If you will only try a bottle of .Ballard'nHorahound book
......._...oaF uever knew concerning condition. Joe Daniel bont > I | :
haps him la a healthy Syrup ;your cough will\ be a
of tb. Crescent City that he one of by : I : ,
qualities Su mao Tenn., says gave thing of tbe pwit. It la a positive oure
why Ayer!. Hair Vigor stops p Ix'ell..n..l.r. children Cream VerniUugn : I :
r'lIInR 12.1, I. the fruit. Theyb v" an his for Coughs Inlluenea, Bronohltln and all
because It Brit
nnl In with and the News when the doctor thought It had colic, Pulmonary. dl euea. One I bottle will ,
which ... this trouble. After start
; I. don. hC to that they will and from the first dose the child passed _vice you-at your druggist 20q, BOo
: about asi.V0'rtr bat
IIl1ur. soon brings doubt lake
kit no Sold Aolcormaa-Sfewart
has llllermaa-iJtart
*. restoring the Tislr and luoae18. The? have "" 73 worms. ...00. Sold by : DruirCo 'me '

_;V'! a perfectly healthycondition.. .make. bile splendid,sales. I 111'\1' Cu. \\he.< ;
-" "' r'''-,.0. s-8Os........u.f .--'- cently made (Wine ..-, .

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: ... .**.*.***. *..*... which TdTmbt arose that the at every curious step'sucking came-.from und -Brldgo for t; her seeing weapons my ,wholesome relented and respect to fitted fulfill some my way engagement on the morrow in Mayvllle In Unit I A _.___

j.; ... water Inside rather than outside those presently Betty presented me with a Alae'ter the best luld plans o' mice

boots. pair of socks, red but dry, Just as I and m.nl I It was 10 o'clock;: perhaps I Free I

"A pretty reception this to give an had become dwaro of another calamity when 1 was aroused by a confusion of Away

Christmas Invited guest," I muttered wrathfully -only ono of my shoes remained to sounds outside tbe door-voices. the r

thinking of Harold well groomed dry me. The other had dropped through crunching of wheels and loud laughter.

and comfortable by this time In May the bottomless raincoat pocket somewhere "Stolen spoons!" I heard in a famll Lshall distribute' i free to customers beautiful

vllle and-perish the thought takln on the road. tar voice. "This l Is the richest Joke I Fancy' Plates, ft large of wli'ich I have secured

;i : Assembly : dinner. It might be, with the Days! Bridget grinned, evidently realizingmy ever got on to. Now show up the contents for that purpose. There ore twelve; selected ]
general dejection, and without stir box-the lltUe one." colon all band decorated
Jerking the gate open with unnecessary of the other patterns in the most popular
vigor I sought/ the kitchen byway ring from her position in the middle The little boxl I My hair arose under with exquisite eBlj tDS.- Ii!:

Of Cousins i of tbe back walk and an Invisible of the frayed floor kicked and down off one at of the her heel.slippers the derby. It was Harold's voice and I can only hint of their many usos, lOch as for ..:
wire clothesline. This Instrument ot how In thunder
darlln'. A tome the decoration of your dining room, parlor center y
"Take 1m that me rolled the door again and In
mutilation, took me on the point of the Back
I. chin, knocking my teeth shut before 1 mate It 'ull be to his wan shiny shoe" drove a closed carriage the' side lights I table and Jot nerving dainty dishes to your lady :'t
T received her contribution submissively the Vehicle callers and at dinner pllrt. I.s.
By ALICE LOVISE LEE. could remove my tongue to a place ot blinding tne. Following
safety; and, scraping backward violently and was stooping to put It on came Betty and Bridget, the former Also a very pretty assortment of Fancy Salad \:
when an overloaded pocket seized tho the latter delimit, still lugging All iii exquisite design and
came to rest against my Adam's ap tearful, Bowl! and Jugs.
COPYRIGHT 1D07>> BY ALICE LOUIJII Lilli.'It. ... ple. When I had righted myself andmade opportunity; to disgorge two trim boxes her hammer and poker. colorings. F
one long one a tiny cube. Christmas Robr'! roared Harold d
sundry remarks appropriate to the "Merry They are now on display and if you will call at
As they rolled over on the floor Bet- 1m
l i.***. .* '*.****. "*..* #: clothesline feelings and I stumbled soothing to up my the wounded back. pounced on them and at once my maculate, dismounting, dry and from'Incre the carriage et. "Behold my store, will be pleased to show them to you and

character and dark mission stood how can obtain one or a number of
re explain
thief I Illngiflug you
umbrella Inside out wits onnnou9 Bridget's tramp
an ,tops and applied my knuckles to the him, Clara
prospect of spending Chilat- vealed. "Mis' Smith's spoons," she himself In glee he proceed them Absolutely FREE. Come now while.the stock
napping of the lender rib. door with, a force which\ evidently ,
TOE>s eve and part of Christmas The station agent backed Into the startled the Inmates of the kitchen. shrieked "the new ones that she had ed to prance around the sleigh, viewIng is unbroken, and s'!oiire your choice.
I' at "tbe hospitable Pines"la marked with her initials last week I the coachman II
room. "Better come Inside he suggested For an Instant silence greeted my me on all sides, while
Blxby was not especially affably, "before hair guts Oh Bridget however dli.Wie break In?" repressing bursts of unseemly; Hattie N. '
your demand for a hearing; then a hearty] Miss Buky. ;
pleasing tu me; but since cousins of tired of hnngln' on to your bead." voice with a Hibernian accent arose "The tbafel"' cried Bridget. mirth watched me out of the tall ot $
the Welch persuasion are few and far Now those six spoons solid sliver, I -
"Well I am In n predicament! I exclaimed from within: "And sure me darlln', yeneedn't his eye
between I did not feel l Justified In refusing purchased and bad engraved that very
acting on his advice and look- be afraid to open tb' door. Be- Clara laughing hysterically and -
; Coiulu Clnras invitation. Besides Ing around the little station In search dad, with th' hammer I'll attlnd to his morning as a Christmas gift for my clutching the spoons In one hand gave
that, Blxby was only a few mile ungrateful unbospltable cousin hut
\ of my baggage sent on an earlier train. ca.el"! me the other, explaining as best she
distant from Mayvllle where I expeit neither Bridget would listento
: Betty nor .
t, "Must bave gone on," said the agent Some one approached the door and a could between her convulsions of merriment
ed to put In a more or less painful sea the truth concerning either the
eating himself on one corner of the taint and tremulous voice asked : "We stopped at the house, and pgpGppwtM Mf'''' '' ''iN
i ; son Christmas .\ mlou. table which contained tbo spoons or the ring which Betty next plight! Oh r"
t that telegraph "W-who is It? the girls told US.Jt.7c1:! !r.
I Therefore I wrote Clara I'd arrive uncovered.
Instruments. "Ain't none been totedIn A blast of snow laden wind whirled Now Is the time to set outs
on the 8:00 train Christmas eve *
here today. I'll telegraph for IV up under the cotton umbrella boxing
and remain with her nntll 4 o'clock the
I\ he added consolingly "and you'll likely my numbed ears and plastering a soft
afternoon. In this counec
following get It back In the course of a coupleof application on the nape of my neck. Shade"Trees..
lion I mentioned ,neither my destina "
days. "I' am Mrs. Smith's cousin!" I
tlon after 4 o'clock nor any prospective In view of the next evening that was shouted.
delight there. Indeed the consolation of Job's com "Arrah he la, l Is her cried the Hibernian Seedling Pecans and Wild Oranges
In I wa Catalapa
Truth to tell. my thoughts ,
forters. "Two duysl" 1 exclaimed bon voice. "Lava him give th' color
that evening call as far as
leaving pos
ror stricken. "Bee" beret I've got to of his hair thin!" 6 feet
Trees to high.
of Providence. 4
I slble In the keeping "
I pi have It by tomorrow afternoon The other voice was uplifted In the
realizing from past experiences that
The agent grinned, taking uncomfortably strange inquiry, preferred In weak
the atmosphere of )Mayvllle bad a Price $20 per too delivered to any point on
I effect The accurate measure of me. tones, "What is the color of ;your hair, lr'II'
curiously unnerving on mo.
understand he mused kick- .
only preparation 1 bad made was to please? r as- tl A. C. L. Railway.J. .
Ing the table leg. "Girl In the case. Under ordinary circumstances Instead
Christmas offering In tho n
secure a
Don't know where you'll find any girl of replying. to such Impertinence
shape of a very small gold'band carryIng In Blxhy, except," meditatively "at I would not have stood upon the orderof

;., a handsome diamond and engraved the Pines." my going but with that storm assailing H. IAIYLIE
Inside with the (to me) musical named rl ,
Girls at the Pines! Involuntarily
my my back and the brim of the :
"Rey Day. hand sought my mop of wind disheveled derby directing a gentle stream inside t Interlachen Florida.
whether It will the ,
"But ever see
hair seeing which the agent grinned collar I swallowed Ire and answered '
p my my
rays ot us day I stuffed" I said the aloud tiny< ,box grimly into punning my and resumed, "Hired girls" they be, meekly "Brownish, verging In- ( i *f>f* tWSff>*4G9iG9QOGGO9QGOfm9GOO9'ft>eOO e!tBez 'Mif
but that Betty's a beauty. to a golden red." -1' )
pocket "remains to be seen, as sb" "
cousin of Mrs. I began ,
"I am a Smith 'Arrah! came Bridget's triumphant
, must take with it such a big blunderer
with dignity, "She wrote me she tones. "Ha alnt tb' wan she's 1ooktn'for '
. er as myself. Oh, for a slice of liar would meet me at the station.'
old's assurance!" I added catching up Betty my dearl Lave him out in
shook his bead. "Shecan't
The agent : :Rent EstateA.pren.oy:
;I my umbrella and running for tbe stree th' storm th' desaver! v ( j
. be In two places at once. rVi'i'
I suspect the wail of the storm was 7i

" car.Harold Welch was my cousin and manded."What do you know about U?" I de- In my voice as I raised it In protest"I o Reyr: : .old ::1\I.J:. :hurt:: ; ,

the "other man In the cage." I did not have In my pocket a note from Mr..
"She went across the river this after
love my cousin but then we were even Smith which will prove beyond a doubt PALATKA FLORIDA.
I there. noon to Mayvllle and haln't got back that I am expected"Again : ,
J Roads are awfully heavy. Guessyou'll
\: I "I wonder," I thought as I raced yet there was a pause. "Tha
}! the have to hoof It up the hill. sounds all right, Bridget, and If Mrs
1 across the platform and sprang on 1-
/ "Something of a foregone conclusion, of all. kinds bought sold exchanged and rented
Realty ,
. already moving express, "If Clara halO Smith has Invited him"-here the remarks --tom
that Is," I returned grimly shiveringas directed at m"U I let
Invited Harold? were Headquarters of the Southern Brokerage Co.
a fresh outbreak of storm shook the
Ten minute. later my question was you in will you promise solemnly on-

I 1 answered in the person of that gentleman station. on your honor" Office opposite front of Putnam House

" himself strolling leisurely down Suddenly a sheepish grin overspreadthe "Whist me, darlln'," came In a stage "
face. opened
agent's arose
\ \I l the aisle of the smoker. whisper "sure, and It's dootful If he'sgot
" '' "What a doucedly well set up fe a door behind him speaking/ without Inny I" -
rm so sorry, but 1 had to go to May
J low!" said a man behind me to hi. looking back: "See here now I'll tog I strangled a laugh as the other On "Re, Day," she read In horror stricken vtlle and there I found Harold and -- -- -

seat mate "Looks as If he bad walkedout you out to get up there If you'll promise lobed bravely'-"on your honor that tones, while Bridget, ever keepinga brought him back with"

of a bandbox, doesn't he?" to speak a good word to Betty for you'll go away quietly It ;you are not restraining eye on me, reiterated The rest was lost on me for slipping

Harold's appearance was always of me-sort of recommend me, you know. Mrs. Smith's cousin." "Oh th' thafe!" at the top of her volco. out of the vehicle something held Atlantic Coast Line R. R.

the bandbox type, but I well knew that Whenever 1 see 'er myielfmy tongue "I promise," I replied confidently. "Now see here," I began "listen to tightly In her band was Bey Day. For

bla actions were not always, and Miss gets Into such a darned mlxup with The bolt was slipped bock the door reason, will you?" But at that Instant one awful moment I prayed the floor

r Day my teeth that I can't get a word out." opened and I, furling my huge umbrella Bridget's gaze tell on the umbrella to open beneath me. for no man would Goes Everywhere

"Hello Rub!I" be cried, surprised but I looked eagerly over his head Into stepped Inside, the mud dripping and my last hope for mercy flickered! willingly appear ridiculous before tbo

not any better pleased than myself at the closet. "Recommend you to Betty; ? from! my coat and a drop of blood full-. and wont out. one woman In the world. But suddenly

the meeting. "Going down to Clara's?" Well that I will-you can bank on thatIf Ing from my scraped chin. "Betty me darlln', see th' umbrelly" Rey raised her eyes to mine unsmllIngly. .

I emerged from behind my newspaper you'll get me out of this hole." I certainly presented a strange appearance she bowled. "It's Mlsther Cross sure but with an expression In then North South East and West.

long enough to nod "Yes. Are He did his best but the results were but no stranger than the and this miserable thafe has made off that caused me to dash: aside the robe

a' your'lIe certainly not gratifying to my vanity scene into which I bad projected my with It from th' station.' which still hugged me and rise light "

did not reply at once. He wee the agent running mainly to breadth self. In the middle of the room stood Betty at once fell foul of tbo umbrella hearted, to the occasion and my feet. Consult, the "Purple Folder.

taking my measure, as usual with on while I run to height. His rusty derby a scowling Bridget, her muscular arms with blushing cheeks, while Taking off my derby, I made n

air of quizzical, ailing amuseinen1 encountered the tops of my ears while bared to the elbows, a poker In one Bridget turned on me taking a firmer sweeping bow. "I regret, Cousin Clara
Tbe cad has a way of making me real.! his raincoat missed the skirts of my hand and a long handled hammer In grip on poker and hammer. and Miss Day that I can't receive yon

inferiority topcoat by a good foot and his rubber the other Peering over her shoulder "Now, be gone, ye sphalptnel! Ye in the orthodox evening clothes, but For detailed information, rates, schedules and reservations -

boots, Inside of which my trousers was Betty large eyed and trembling lylnV tUavlu scoundrel show us the you can see for yourselves that such
adorns the right side of my hair. HIs were tucked rubbed up and down on but undeniably worthy of the agent's bottoms of :yer boots directly." garments as I have on are ample see yonr nearest ticket agent or write or call on

eyes wandered upward to the raclover my heels. with maddening persistence. encomiums!! on.her. goon_looks.i "Alas," I returned without moving enough to entitle them to be called full .-- .
the seat anil lodged on my high dress!
"I have to show but I do have s
none ,
hat the first I had ever Indulged in. With that I stood forth to view on .
message from this same Mr Cross, We FRITOT
"while over his taco spread a grin the'floor. Asl turned slowly, flapping A..
provided he's. the station agent to Miss ,
which made comments needless.Than
Bridget's slipper, mud begrimed and

he replied carelessly: "Oh yes, Betty Betty blushed still more deeply but draggled, my brow eclipsed by the Division Passenger Agent, Jacksonville, Florida.or .
I shall get around to the Pines ou the agent's bat everybody was convulsed,
10 o'clock train In tbo morning. Please tossed her head Independently. even Bridget

tell Cousin Clara will you, and give a moment however she glanced over Ticket Atlantic CoastLine
"Arrah, now. Mis' Smith, she cried F. A. YARBOROUGII, Agent;
t her uiy regards 'I'onIMbt"-he threw her shoulder and challenged, t'l don't "and who would iver take such a look-

i the chill Inducing remark at uie over believe u word of It." In' won to be a cousin of yet own!" Palatka, Fla.
hu shoulder as he woved away- 'I go "A. surely as I sit here," I declared "You did Just right Bridget not to .

on to Mayvllle" solemnly, "he lutrusted a message to take him In," gasped. Clara. "Yon see, ..... -."-

Mayvllle! Tho blood pounded at mytemplus me and made me promise to deliver Rob I expected Eben would come during .
and burned face "It's all L ttrVN1.N'vta71 Ktlvr............... 1
my It and then I stopped. my absence and I told the girls

;up with me" was my solemn though Bridget came a step nearer Betty they would know him by his white 'i

as I searched my pockets for IOY; bent forward eagerly. Out with It!" hair ButI expected to get back with

match case. My' fingers encountered I .. commanded BridgetI Hey before you came. Ebeu didn't

the tiny Jeweler's box.: Ruefully 1 hunched down comfortably in my come and the girls know better than f E. T. Lancaster. I

pressed It-poor useless little trinket chair and spread( my hands, over the to admit a strange man after dark
and looked out of the window at the IrJ hot stove. "Not one word morn until since the robberies up the river."

iweatber. morning' ," I declared firmly. "In the "Especially such a looking villain as _
I could not have looked at anything morning I'll tell you." that!" cried Harold. "I tell you Miss

less calculated to Impart consolation Bridget and Betty retired to a corner Day Rob didn't look like that on the $

There was a storm on, a driving storm ?' and consulted Bridget's fare bong train. He was got up regardless of

of Blunt, rain and snow, with a henry turned In my direction still. Frag-! cost or his relatives' feelings. But that $

leaden sky overhead and shoe deep tI' meats of the conclusion, reached me- was before La took to stealing umbrellas Recycles j

mud underfoot the outer world ope / .. .g_ "The bnrn-sleigh robps-till they comu and spoons, and by the way"heturne,1 ,

dolly that part of It containing Blibf honle"It -- abruptly on Rey-"what plunder
being an exact counterpart to my f...VIngs ::1: ,- '. Bicycles and Bicycle Supplies
)) was Betty who explained the con. did Betty band over to you? Use i ;
__ nectlon between these incoherent re- Rob stolen anything ot yours?" riachlne
r Sewing Supplies
I had never seen Blxby before, and ,
and It Rey smiled and
marks was evidently Betty who I glanced at me uncertainly -
I think one view would satisfy any had persuaded Bridget to harbor me but her fingers did not relax Victor Talking Machines and

reasonable person. It consists ot a LL on the premises 1C I would submit to their hold on the little box. Meetingmy
small station set down II Edison Phonographs
unpainted unprotected the conditions-namely, leave the stolen eyes, her own fell, and the color I s
In the midst of the river flats
: goods with her and Bridget betake swept up over her round cheek. = and Supplies,
tempting all the winds of heaven ana .,.. "Yes," she
myself to the born dc'1stVhllu! I' -p replied demurely "I fear
t I discovered the moment I had set toot from smoking and be quiet until Mrs. he has." Vlctrolas and Auxetophones,

on the platform that none of tbe wind Smith should return end admit mo to Harold glanced from one to the other The class and I
highest highest priced
, {was resisting temptation. An Infant the house of us but I
or not as she wished. suspiciously, just then Clara
! cyclone wound the tails of long "NOW HE DIRECTED ?UST FOLLOW I machines earth.
my YOUR NOSE TJP THE "If" na Bridget grimly added, "ye claimed his attention, while Betty motioned talking on i

coat firmly around niy knees andArrpfl ROAD A SPELL." abl't (legged It mammy; u mile away me back among the adow.. I
/ ma fn hang nn tn my tnll hnf kinds
I Shot Guns and all
: -- -- ------- thlnklu' of th' prison bars!I" "Ha was awful anxious to see luto Rifles,
;;j'thth;; ; ; i
grip, all of which graceful Stuffing my shoes Into the raincoat I shut the door, hacked up against I had liven I my promise.; therefore I the little box" she whispered, "but'I -. of Gun Repairing.

maneuvering Harold was viewing with pockets, I grappled with the agent's I'(I lit and removed the derby from my ubmltted and ambled forth In slapping looked out that he didn't. I. give It
relish from a window of the rear car. enormous cotton umbrella calculated, right to her." And In School
bead respectfully whereupon Bridget's slipper and patent leather shoe, the same m-eatb Supplies.
As the train rushed on down the valiley as he observed with pride to keep a I I severe face relaxed and Betty; venturing while behind! me came Bridget, fully Betty claimed her reward by adding i
I whirled around and around to ten acre lot dry under a cloudburst "Can't give the Souvenir Post Cards.
II I from her refuge demanded my armed, and beside her Betty holding you me message tonight -
liberate my legs from the embrace 4 Ot "Now," he directed succinctly from I credentials. the lantern, which cast my shadow Immense sir?"* Diamond Edge Pocket Cutleryand

1'4 my coat tails at the same time viewIng the door "Just follow your nose up "The letter yon promised to let us and grotesque, with the old derby I certainly could Bud did. In my -

the nearby landscape In search of the road a spell till you come to a lot I see" she faltered. resting on my ears and the agent's exuberance of spirits that station agent Razors.

proper means of locomotion to the of lights. That's the Fines Go In and Laying: the derby on tbe floor beside raincoat flapping about me. At the got his pay In full then and there for

I'lncs. Saving my own patent leather hang them boots over the kitchen Oreo the umbrella, I began a prolonged last moment petty bad allowed me the his outfit. My' hearty recommendation Children's Vagons,

shoes none was In sight dry out while you tell Betty that I search under the suspicious scrutiny protection of the agent's umbrella ".u even overlooked the. fact that both Just the thing for an appropriate Christina : I
From the station a road wound back send Christmas end would be
a merry of four sharp eyes. It was nervous long as it Is his worst one," she explained boots and umbrella leaked.
among the foothills garbed In gaunt, darned glad to send her something- work. My garments collectively boast to Brldgut When Betty retired blushing I Present I

sighing pines, which concealed any more If I dared." thirtv-flv pockets all more or less Inhabited Betty unlocked. the barn door and I found Rey at my elbow, while Clara,
Igns of the hospitality; underscored In I I promised and started out on a road by divers article. After a oiling It back, pointed to a sleigh Just at the back of tbe carriage, begun loading Will be glad to hare you come and inspectmy

Clara' note. It was certainly the beset by as many difficulties as ever fruitless Inspection of twelve I became inside the door. "There are robus In packages Into Harold's arms took., s

.moat unpromising looking landscapeever encountered Bunynn's Christian. In embarrassed. As I replaced the con- the sleigh; she said, "no you needn't Without glancing up Rey held the lit -

viewed under the wings of night that wind my great umbrella acted like tents of the twentieth and no means of reoze." Then she come quite close tle box out to me. "It's yours," she ,

"Well, III be hanged I ejaculatedIn be sail to a rudderless ship. It toppled Identification appeared a feeling of and spoke low, "And I hope you're not whispered. "Take it." I

exasperation."It me Into a mud hole one moment guilt stole over me At the twenty- a thief and will be here lu the morn Willfully misunderstanding heel boldly -

seems to suit ye better to bsblo..ed and tumbled me over a projecting fifth Bridget flourished her hammer ing." I took possession of the band, box andall.
tone the next, the ballasting boots be- "My mortal frame will be "Thank dear
," came a yolc..from doorway and scowled. you- -it's a Christmas I I420
lug at no time able to keep in! line here," I answered solemnly climbingInto gift which. I value
where I discovered the station "Arrah, Betty, he's a liar I There. above rubles. E. T. Lancaster
factotum shedding the light of his with my head. Moreover, I discovered ain't bide nor hair of th' letther on the" front seat of the sle4gh "but "Oh no, not" she faltered. "I didn't ,
presently> that the statement concern- whether It will be In Umber mean-I "
grinning countenance on my gloom. him., bedad!! a or solid- meant the-tbe r-box.:
lug the ten acre lot was pure fiction, l fled condition only the morning will But she did not -
Just then, beguiled by a treacherouslull It was true as the thirty-fifth pocket withdraw! her band,
In the etorm I removed my anchor- the umbrella containing as many holes proved but I would not give up. eveal." and Harold, glancing around Just then, Lemon Street.
ae the agent's conscience. hat I The door rolled back and 'let a package slip front
lug band from my hat abd raised' my "You promlsed"began Betty was again his arms It
umbrella, still straining my eyes up Also I discovered after a bait hour'stramp temporized, listening to the storm out 1 was left In darkness to wrap myselfp reached the floor with a crash. '
that the Pines did not containa Palatka FloridaH.
beat I could' In the fur "Oh. you careless "
the road. "Where In thunder"- begun side. as robe Under stupid! cried
but got mo further. Down swooped a of lights. There was only one "If you will kindly allow me to di? whose warmth I laughed at the Clara. "Your last hope of a Christmasgift .J

the wind and, with an exultant visible, and that bnt a taint glow in my feet in the oven," I begged,, an apprehensive ate unpleasantness. Finally I dosed l is shattered."
the rear of the gabled portlcoed pile with, the comforting reflection that "So I see" responded
F bowl, tore my unanchored hat from eye on the hammer, 11 go oQ Harold, with .
my bead and tossed It over tile river which loomed up before me, shuttered through ray pockets again. I'm sure no one but Clara would know of myBr.dJca.iD.nlp unnecessary and grim .mp ela. ...._ .

fcififcjt: J6'.MOM..time turning my silk sad dackvlnit-U: bad oroi d.JeJond-) < tit* note Is. with me." andrthat I COUld get9U'

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1 rf.l-.on Davis-and a Jok He Did [I He : : : :! .
Lawyer Should Have Probed Hi.
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< ,I What's Better far a Home Holiday Gift li1 A small Witness but dlstlugulHlind a Little Deeper.company When Jefferson Not Appreciate.Davis was secretaryof *** '

he ordered all his generals to
war !
Than an Odd Piece of Furniture? And of EiiKllHli lawyers sat talking; over
what could give learn to rldo horsohnck. No finer horseman
g more gonuine joy? old times Among them was Mr. S.. A
[, I We '.. m""l'.n.U"l.g.n''nd than JoCCureou David. ever lived.
'artisticLadies' who told the following story: lIe won the love and hand of ZIlChTaylor'
' "I wn retnlaod," ho said\ "by an ex- strangest
t' 1fi ,
I daughter by his distinguished
t Writing Desks Combination soldier to sue for tho recovery of l3G scan
Case and presence la the saddle, as well as by
l which ho unit lout to fliund., Tho should
his intrepidity'' t the cuutiou's mouth.
Into Mr. J. wan counsel for the do- Queer, .
Desk,. Bookcases Library Tables Side r tl! llnnt. J, cross examined the plaintiff When secretary of wal" he noticed that debted to
'I. Boards only a few officer In the service werecapable
In his usual\ forcible way. treasure
horsemen and l Issued nn order
, ( I Dining! Tables Leather Couches asked." 'You lent him the mousy?' Mr. J. something like. this: ing common a
etc. 'I did, sir.' "A liberal reward will be paid to oily "
I officer or private In the army who willolfel'
Then there are some elegant AXMIN8TER: and VELVET ART '". 'It was yoar own money?/ a satisfactory device for keeping I
SQUARES 'It was, sir.1 evening,
( ''and other Floor Coverings, Rug, etc. Think of something in the line of House \Vhou did you lend him tbe mon our soldiers fioui falling out of their. prised to
saddles. Communications to the secretary
Furnishings, and then cuing and see us about it. If ey?' ajar a
you can't think come and see July' of war will be regarded as confidential. well .
; us anyhow, and will guarantee that 'In ."
a. our elegant stock will the '"Whore center of
suggest one did you got that money, +
thing most appropriate. & Bit?' ... Captain George Horatio Derby one trunk ol> ti i j
of the lending army engineers of his
much of
'I earned It, sir.' -
: THE 'You earned It eh Whoa did day, used to write humorous nnd witty floor
A. GERBER & SON FURNITURE : earn It?' you stories over the pen name of John "Caught !

PEOPLE.ijjF. Phoonlx. He received n copy of Secretary
'DmIng the Boor war, sir,' he said She I
DII vls'ortlol' wbll" Improvingthe
In a humble tom feared .
Tory >
: harbor of San Diego, tfal.. and Immediately
'You earned it during the Boer push, the
forwarded the most Intricate
war? Fray what was your occupation others,
and accurate designs of bin plan
I r during tho war?' Mr. J. Inquired. viaclike
.. for keeping otDcers- and men In the
aR -- 'Fighting, sir,' the man replied mod hand to
1 U )\ saddle. To the seat of each officer's"pants" .
000000000000000000000000000 estly. Finally
0a set iW sid iw AS' ,w :, ,he attached a bull ring. and
'Oh, fightlagl'! Mr. J. said, somewhat whisper:
another bull ring was attached to the
FOR taken down. "Don't! !
for saddle. The two bull rings were to be
Work Everybody. "I smiled triumphantly. Mr. J. was can't go
Fresh Groceries lashed together when the officer mounted -
very angry. Well we went to the It would (
his steed. "If that doesn't hold, :
A NO jury, and I, of course, had the lost to Innocent."
Phoenix to tho
nothing will, wrote
Country Producesuppose say. I sailed away to glory. I spoke furious when begot The I
WANTED secretary. Davis was
of the war of the \lives which It cost "Innocent!

you try us, of the awful battles which helped ordered this that proposition Captain and Derby Immediately should bo adding n >
I ., VAN I LLA to build up the glory of our nation, of court martlaled for "official levity." IIer ( '
D. BOHANNON & SON'SNew the self denial and bravery of our my wrist.
WANTED The secretary felt that tbe army had
men who left home and wife and "I
bean disgraced and wanted Derby severely
F Midway Grocery children and father and mother and me go."
punished. One of his Intimates
(Tho Old Rinffhatn Stand) everything that was dear to them and hastened to him. "Jeff," he whispered There > ,
THE KENNERLY HARDWARE CO. went faith to the fight I worked up value In i
Wt lire making right I prices onnil "If you order a court martini for this
Htiipln and Knni UroutultiK.I tho jury and got a verdict for the full the girl:
little of John Phoenix! one
DEALERS IN 'and everything/ U fresh, \\e will amount As we wore quitting the great I
n ppfouliite,""ro of your patron- of the salt of the earth and Immensely
IIur popular army you ;
Coolers lee Creiiiu IVcczern '8., your war speech gained you the "Ho," I
Agents fur D. Bohannon laughingstock. The people nlll ridicule -
verdict. If hadn't discovered She
Planet Implements,, Oliver you you out of office. Just laugh it
through cross examination that the my baud
Chilled'low,. Atkins Saws, Etc., & Son.0000000000000000000000oo00og my off.- Davis took his advice-New York What
man had fought la the Boer war, you Press. ,

:Ia1.a. a. Florida: would have been> beaten.. morning
"My fileud/ replied, 'if had company
.. Will pay FOUR CKNTS, SPOT CASH, for all the i' only asked tho man which aide he MR. AND MRS. DEAN. parent

clean, WELL-CUIim) VANILLA they can get fought on you might be going home a private

the entire scinouItrlng lsvlr tha Boer llug' Blackguard.. the clerk ?

h your Vuiillln anil get the CASH.I In the early part of the nineteenth "Mme.

We want itotliliig but First Quality \'a II II II'. When to Co Home. century Vauxball was the resort of ter."
respectable persons especially "Do
From the BlulTton, InJ., Banner: many
of those who came up from the country then?"
I'' When
Iron "When tired out go Dome. you
THE to see London sights. During one "I
I want consolation, go home. When you I,
I Fence want fun go home. When you wont season It was Infested by a bund of here \\'

Hardware Co. to show other. that you have reformed : roughs, who made It their occupation to stopped
Kennerly CherDer tllttnl Lulls henwoo esN/Y d. hk Willl,tL lady,1101 t.nlea0a, go home and let your family got Insult and molest the most quiet, iliX. It f

I acquainted with the taut _When you cent people especially any.whom they either a

:j Palatka. Florida.i sr want to show yourself at your best go guessed to be country visitors They people

iI"",, .,..,'$ .""j. ,. ",1Y"':< T CINCINNATI. O.OTM home and do the aot there. When you became such a nuisance ,tbat several tion by
[ t"olllke extra liberal home and
L tr,1'im i \\\Q:\ 'R 100 iii /u cl ln rankrN hew air practice on being your wife and children go first.Whon men about town among whom were could not
blue. Lea ulru rl II rvwa.roe Lord Alvonley and Keppel Craven pert could
CJI ..1 you want to shine with extra
use w brilliancy gohome and light up the laid a plot to get rid of them. trunk. "
whole household." To which we would They hired Mendozn the famous that it !

add, when you have a bad cold go home prize fighter and dressed him up as n elusion

and take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy dean, with a shovel hat and apron. object I

Christmas is and a qulok cure Is certain. For sale by Another prize fighter, a short man. night and .
For sale
Coming by Ackarwan-Stawart Drug Co.'
was dressed as a middle aged lady In the

G. M.Davis tag 3 Son A Lost Art. and passed as the dean's wife and one ploring .

Pulatka. Florida. A nichinoud housekeeper had occasion evening they were seated at Vauxhall but It
In a conspicuous position to watch the girl had
--- many times to employ a certain '
fireworks. It not long before the J
odd character of the town known as was suspected M's
Aunt f'ecllln old fashioned countrified pair_attracted with ber.Throe .
You will want Christmas goods for the old The old woman bad not been seen In tbe attention of tbe gang, who as-

sailed them with every kind of coarse ed to ,,'
, the of
vicinity the home for a long
as well as the )'ouQg.Ve have supplies on time until recently, when the lady of raillery and Insult all of which they robbed

hand for both.A the house said to her: bore very meekly. fatuated ,
"Good At length one of the persecutors, tending '
morning Aunt Cecilia Why
variety of Toys, Dolls, Wagons, and Imported .a E: aren't you washing nowadays" growing bolder by Impunity, steppedup bered lu .
to the dean and
squirted an orange determine
"It's die way, Miss,Annie- replied
China pieces, Photo Albums, Dresser Sets, ;; Aunt Cocllla Indulgently. "I's been out Into his eye. On this the dean, rising a letter

B "o' wuhk so long dat now when I can said In a meek, quiet tone "Really distant ; )

Work Boxes, etc., and'a large stock of imported wnhk I finds ['. lost man tas'e fo' It.Lippincott' ." gentlemen, I have borne a great deal been

.. but I must put a stop to this," With many .
Decorated Dinner Sets. that his hat went one way and hiscoat with my

e another and followed by hIs '. .
All grades of Chairs, Rockers, Rugs Mat- e Wh.n'lt-Ril.l. "wife," he sprang Into the middle of Inspection.The
e Teacher (of geography class)-Name
the party hitting out In all directions.
tings etc, from the best to the cheapest.Also e the largest city on the Ohio river. Filled with astonishment and terror,
had boon
Shaggy Haired Pupil Cincinnati, ,
well assorted stock of Furniture some fled and some tried to show It but
a large, ma'am, but it alu't on tho Ohio river ,
fight, but the handling they got from man
only part the time. Teacher Indeed
and Stoves for the Parlor, Bed room Din Where la it the test of the time tbe prize fighters was too severe for bad
the fracas to last long. I
Shaggy Haired"Pupil-In It Chicago the
ing room and Kitchen. I "- Tribune. All the time Lord Alvanley and his at once :

friends, who were In the boxes were ,
Eighty Iron Beds in a variety of styles.All Notice of City Taxes. calling out In delight: "Oo It Mr. several police I

Dean! Give It 'ein Mrs. Deanl" An
of which will be sold during the holidays City taxes for 1U07 are now payable effectual stop was thus put to the an- I map ,I
at the oillce of the city tax collector. burglar,
at greatly reduced prices. Taxes not paid by January 1, will be noyance.-London Spectator. entered

woman of taste subject to penalty! of one per cent .. my truuk :
EVERY per month, beginning; October 10th. Pearl. Banks ef Ceylon.In lie left'
appreciates the hand Tnx payers may act accordingly. a report from Colombo tbe UnIt- know

finished, custom-made shoe, Office hours 9 to 12 a. in 2:30 to ed States consul says that of the In my

A. C. Weaver Furniture Co. but few care to pay the 4:30 p. m. City.A Tax T. :TBIAY Collector., world's great fisheries none can compare My .
either In point of antiquity or In hotel .. r

extravagant price. Phenomenon Explained. the continuity of their prosecution ask for

Cor. 6th and Lemon Sts. Palatka, Florida. Our "Queen Quality" A comparatively young man whose with the pearl fisheries of Ceylon, I shaw. |In '
mustache remained jet black while the which he thus describes: "The pearl one

$4.00 Custom Grade hair on his head turned white explained banks of Ceylon date back to the sixth spectable '.

Boots offer its advantagesbut the phenomenon by saying It was century before Christ It Is recorded I curd to r

---' -- -. because his Ups enjoyed all the good that Vljaya, the first Singhalese king came, ;
at a price.That'l of Ceylon lu the year SCO B. C. presented lit
things of life and his head bad to suffer caught "
XReady : Good Workmanship, have all the troubles.-New York Sun. his father.In-law, the Pandyan "Don't "
why they king of Madura, 'a gift of pearls,' thus that I niu

for Business : Prompt ServiceThat's jumped into instant favor. Tho Strange Part. Indicating a settled fishery for pearls I The man 'r
on the coast of ble dominion prior to rested ,
In "Isn't It
New Store. 1 strange that so few menlscoyer.
., .: what you get when you HERBERT CROOKAMan's the secret of success In life" the historic date.." mine :

A Fresh Stock of have your Gnu and Locksmith 'Yes, but It's stranger still that the been
work and Bicycle nnd Sewing Lack ef Confidence.A .
secret Is still a secret Surely some of wrong.
Groceries andProvisions Machlnn repairing done at E. O. the men who discovered It must have party; returning home In hired your I (

EAHLS'. told It to their wives."-3blladelphUpress. brougham, the driver of which. Is somewhat She c

: We always please our patrons HouseIs Inebriated. eyes and
in a bright, clean; store we can please you. Come and Paterfamilias (who at a hill climbs thee!" I

should prove attractive. \ BOO me. His CastleIt Some families seem to have more on to the box at the request of inaterfamlllas At the

Oar prices will do the rent. \ skeletons than closets.-Detroit New. )-Give me tbe reins. very I

EARLS Coachman Ave yon never drnv down long
O. ---- -
E. -- -
Hay, drain Feed Stuff ( should be fortified, protectedwith this 'ere 111 afore love and :

Come and see us in the 417 Lemon St. Palatka, Fla. food pl nt. Ten houses use COMFORTIFiG WORDS.Many Pater (taking the! reins)-No,' I have as I did. '
New not nation /
Store. i burnt up by slow decay, from not
Coachman-Then I'll walk. (Doe Ing ,to he
\ properly painted,to every one
Alex. Grainger "nnrrnrnnrrnrmjrnrrnnurz'FIRE, ,,,,,,,,, that U destroyed by firs And yet It n Florida Find Them Household So. Will .o.-London Punch. her mine own fibs : '

costi but little to keep house well .

Cor, Lemon and 8th Sta.G. S it 3 painted, If the right kind lof paint To have the pains and ashes of a bad Hard to Dodge.
().., l. used The best painter In the buck removad; to be entirely free from Englishman '(on Atlantic liner)-Well. her .
= Insure yoiur property ngnlnitt area =3S world cannot do a good Job with annoying dangerous urinary* disorders old chap we'll soon be engaged. with lieving

'OnOBOMeQe9MMC. -.-: = H. FInley Tucker, =asr poor paint, but give a good painter grateful.enough. to To make tell how any this kidney great sufferer change those bin rated Yankee custom inspectors self chance on .

American-You belt! And remember ,
Insurance. :::35ly : can be brought about will I prove comforting .
c i< I = Fiilutfea. Fla. old that the United States right.
i= Op.Court HOUMI, .__ .. ::JReaTistato PATTON'SPAINTS words to hundreds of. Florida man
21 readersA. expects every tuna to pay his duty!- This li

B. MOBLEY == Barga 4'Story in home% :r"gg Oertlng, seaman, of 410 I. St. Pensacola Puck.. and

I == o.T':::;: Mxlia-ronm.: ,<*hi.i| forotiHli. Fla., tells. how to do !It. lie wise :
No.5.-'Iwo-sUory bun*) on the -_"IfHelKlitH says. : "From my experience "withDoan' Most people aren't so proud of being often _.

Fine Groceries m E town to,save jUNt fur city enmiKti,ttixvH., mt Water of r'S* Kldneyl'1Us I can strongly recommend honest .. ashamed of being poor.NewYork that I '

=_= cnn.itmit limn* good rnpnlr. Jot a them ti.> anyone In need of a Press. to be a
Morryday Block opposite 61..x,.". Thin mopttrty munt. be nol l ;===j jqulolt I good medicine for the kidneys Kidney
Kupperbu8 tteataur ut. I no will bulitme KM 11 ut i.In biirKHln.litMtullgg' complaint. and backache caused me suffering f

m =_= iuent pitrtcnati.. Rnil and you will nirrly nt a Job thai at Intervals for years, The first How Diphtheria Co nt.rb acted. In every "
We handle only fresh == No..*,-a.orei *ml I no it INO =3! will look well and wear well. or second attack I did not mind, but a. la shrine
I 1 Hoods, both lu fancy :ro- J :::; orungti treu.,4yl Itl.dltl.'boU.I..d' :-:::: They Ire economical painta beeves time went by they. grew worse and at Ono often hears the expression, "My a :

series and farm produce, __ y."r.I-.ory) house, take overlooking' in town ::=St they.cover 10 much more times laid me up. I could hardly walk ohlld caught a severe cold which developed ore ''
and ""*""tllulolo..r-wr[ and It dlOlault Into diphtheria' ," when the house.
solicit a share of Ii = of Keu"",only ll.UOU. outface and wear to much longer was/ a matter to straighten -
your patronage. 14.An M-romit. two-Ntorr :w: than ordinary points. after stooping, while the kidney se- truth was that the cold hud simply left pean or \
str: : No. Theiyihax.
You will like th.appearauoe I house In goat repair, um sure, of ::3 sold by reputable nretlonewere irregular and unnatural the little one particularly. susceptible to lug over :
of our store and = g KixMt:. land with lope vine, fruit y== buainesa iuttenc0 depends upon Doan's Kidney Pills cured me. From the wandering diphtheria g..rm. Wb.nOhamberlalo' of the ( I
.,.. I ry
....., Into I
took, and our low prova \>.; :::: ...* .burn mm out houses* on -== the continued patron of satand .- personal experience know that this Cough. Boinwly- given use of '
will appear strongly; == PnlutkaHtiltfliU.iiUiUtitjorKnln.. 33No lied customers.Infonaadaa. fJudaACKeeleeSIeINOCt remedy can be depended upon to fulfill It qulokly euros tile sold ana lossens the the belief
to ,innH.threa ZZZnorvH the made for It." '' danger of diphtheria any other.ICITIDdlaeasa : :
you. Hupposa you \ == IX: y..re good from representations .... : \
oome and see era t' of battling wHe gruvtt.heap ft,*or Grang will :=5: Foe sal by all dealers.. Price 00 ounta. being oontraoted. For *al. byaekermanStewart the ." i

Q. B MOBLEY 1\Ij t tI S_= <*IPbanae' for for OilY properly :::*gZ rI DruG CO. Foster-Mllbura Co,. Buffalo, New York Drug Co.- --. only to : ,/
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fiaw>,., nlnfl$ and i i SomeSuggestions. ".

EARN'EST'S: I I = .. Personal mention. S ; iPerfumery

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The old Kansas House on central
Lemon street Is being torn down.

r Miss Mamie Stewart of DeLand U I !
the guest this week of Miss Bell For Holiday .

j- Do Your Christmas Shopping NO'w. -I IRight the Welch.Mr.over 17th. aud. the lust.Mrs.birth I. of T. H George daughter; are happy on- Shoppers \' ,. I

Mr. and Mrs. Cortluad C. Middle- r ,. IG1i!
ton of Pomona were shopping In the
now is the time to do your 'Xmas shopping. city yesterday. ==
Sun Bros circus will appear In this t
Stocks are fresh, assortments are at their best and city January Bd. It ,1" ft big show =

the advantage of early selections cannot be too strongly E and SmiTh a good the one.Jeweler lifts an exceptionally Comb and Brush Sets,

p urged. We have a neat and select stock of 'Xmas rare brlck-a-braolt.) artistic stuck of Jewelry and Toilet Articles =

Novelties that will make acceptable gifts to Uanip. Moody has been down in ,
anyone. the Oklawaha acrub killing venson t Powder
for his Christmas dinner f Sachet ',
Also a few select Dolls and Toys.In K. B. McLeod, one of Wulftka'' ,

.: ( I fact, any article in our store would make a handsome '' In most the popular city Wednesday.citizens, wall a visitor Fine Stationery.:

; l'' useful and acceptable Holiday Gift. Rowton's display of toys and other =
Christmas goods surpasses anything
l ti r he has ever yet attempted-an J that thia..kit's Perf'blJlery .lJet

; For the Next Two Weeks la little Mrs.saying daughter Joe.u;heap.Legeur of Brunswick and Interesting Oa., I Toilet; Articles- our Specially.aqcl : =

are here on a visit to tho family
4 Dr.,H. C. Braunen. PleerselsaU-:} Pipes .. =

I, I we are going to give you special cut prices on many to Judge the house Vertrees since has Tuesday been confined with a smokers SUppllea. .
articles throughout our entire store. We do this to' hard cold. such as In fashionable t' =
la but at last
circles Is called grippe!
I help make 'Xmas money go farther. We also want to 'it" reports lie was mending rapidly. E.\olJ-Hurbu\'s FllJe"ilo..eru
Bliss Julia Evans arrived in the Holiday poke.-
make this month the Banner month for business. city yesterday from Richmond, Va., ; IIJ I
Christmas with
; on her way to spend
i. her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Dorr at
.t Federal Point. Cigars in Boxes Suitable for

Dress Goods as Christmas Gifts. H. A, Ford, late general! superintendent -
of thoA. 0. L. R'y In Florida : I CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.OUr I
has been spending the greater!
In this line we are up to the top, a great variety of all grades; a few exclusive Dress QQf Ford of the week in Palatks. Mr.
? Patterns, our1.25 per yd. goods, will go for the next fifteen days at per yd. / r this Is city.a firm believer In the futureof Pre crlptloij: pepar\lJIelJ\ m

Elegant Voiles, in Black, Blue, Tan and Gray; worth $1.25 at. . . . ) E '
} 98c W. S. Fry's Jewelry store Is attracting -
50 inch Broadcloth, sold everywhere at iU.at per yard . . . . . J ,, considerable attention this THE PEST
week and many favorable comments
rrd Silk Eoleons, worth 85c:; for. . . . . . . . . . . . 65c are heard concerning the beauty and to
ft .: endless variety of articles he has on Special: } atteqtlor
I sale for the holidays.
Fine Tapestry Couch Covers worth $0.00 at. .. . . . . . . . $4.90 L. A. Smith!)), the confectioner and OUl-of-ToWij Orders. '
who, by the way, is an expert sign .
Fine line pillow tops, 25C to 98c each. E painter, has presented the Palatka ;
( Hexican Drawn work in a great variety at extremely low prices. public library with a neat sign
he the
which has placed on buildingat J. H. HAUGHTON I
, I jl l Comforts and Blankets at under values. library entrance. ,
1, Lots of Little Things at under-price for holiday shoppers. The Earnest company's big dry

,' Fine line of Elastic Silk Belts at 48c to $2.48 each. goods business.! store It Is doing deserves a. big to.Christmas In the City Drug Store

'If Lace and Embroidered Collars, I2C to $1.98 each. first place It has the goods, and sec- ,
Fine Ladies' back combs with at each $2.48 ondly, it Isn't afraid to tell the peo
I -J. exquisite settings, 98c, $1.48, E so through! newspaper advertispig PALATKA, FLORIDA.
,1 -r $2.90, $3.48, $4.98 and $7.50 that bears the stamp of genuln- !
l Also a neat and select line of Ladies' Hand Bags, Toilet Sets, Cut Glass and ness.
Assistant State Auditor W. B. ',' ; St
Silver Novelties, Beaded Necklaces, Etc.Ladies' Sadler, Is In the city this week for UJm1! !
' the of auditing the books of
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1 i' Kid Gloves--fine for Xmas Gifts. the county officials. Mr. Sadler Is
not only one of the most popular, but + .."aaaaa
most efficient of our state officials/ i ii
,I Ladies' 2-Clasp Kid Gloves in all the.1 leading.i shades, sold everywhere .a.t.$1.25, our I price i per 98c and his Is the name most frequently FOR HRisTMAS."M.
pair;, : heard mentioned with favor for the

12 Button Length . . . S.QC5 16 Button Length . . . ,3.48 office coming of pi'imary.Mr. state .comptroller In the i Some Elegant Hugs, i ii
The Celebrated "Centemeri" Kid Gloves in length\ warranted at . . . . .$3.75 Odd =
Pieces Furniture
and Mrs. K. Borsen of Crescent Beautiful of
Gloves are always acceptable as Christmas presents. 1I:
City brought a large party of ,
, ladies and gentlemen from that i rich in design, -U'ood i
Umbrellas for Holiday Gifts. El place to the city on Wednesday to and Finish
do Christmas shopping. Mr. Borsen *
20-inch Ladies' Plain Black, nice cover, our $1.25 Parasol in plain i and oxadized handles each 98c is the owner of u. large! and very rockery. Cut Glass, JEtc.Oh .
Sterling/ Silver,: and Gold Handles at . . . . . . . . . .82.48 1Othersinallsilkcoveringeat$1,98$7,50and. beautiful launch, with powerful engines *
:::2 ) . . . . . . . .'.{1000 and commodious and the long cabin trip accommodations 1s always i I We can please you. :B
Plain or natural handles, in all silk $2.90, $3.48, $3.90 and . . . . . . . $4.90 one of rare pleasure In this CAPT. M. R. RYAN. *
Red, Blue and Green Changeable, all Silk, very desirable, at . . . . . 84,90 beautiful boat. : .S
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Table Linens and Napkins. keeping The 8ulden up Its Cypress practice of Door giving Co. Its U __ __ _ __ __ __ n _
customers a souvenir in the shape of
Nothing more acceptable or appropriate as a Christmas Gift. an artistic calendar. This year It Is.
Mercerlzed'lable Linen (Napkins to match) per yard: . . . . . 75c beautiful reproduction of Charles r
All pure Linen Damask (Napkins to match) at per yard, 03c, $1.25, $1.48 and.-... . . 51.69 Warren the }; ton's painting "Twilight" s i
on Caeat-Nearlsruges. To
Very Heavy and Fine Round Table Cloth, scolloped edge 10-4 size, worth $12, for each. . $9 90 "" predate the full beauty/ of this. reproduction up- .r Qit
Same in full 0-4 size, worth $10, at . 890. Separate Napkins at per dozen. . 98c to 13.50 one should stand back sum
' eight or ten feet from It. It I U tin
Handkerchiefs for Xmas. f absence of. detail that makes. .it. require -

1 :;;r We have a beautiful assortment in this line, and they are always acceptable; the price and a distance.
t Children's three in box and colored border. . . Mr. Edmund Russell Burt, a son of
quality are right. fancy plain 19c and ISci' 1. Mrs. James Burt of this city and' a
Women's Sheer Lawn, hemstitched and embroideried, looks as good as any 25o handkerchief I5c Each !Miss Jean Wood an accomplished r t >F
Women's all pure linen, hemstitched and embroidered, nothing to equal. them, at each. . 25c "" and highly esteemed young lady or '\
Others much finer up to . . . . . . . . . . $1.48 Savannah were married In Christ's nn
l Kimonas: i'13' 'g'Reduction.: : : Savannah Inst.Church Mr.Suvannah."' Burt for a has number Ga.been, on of living the years 101, In h Rowton's Holiday 1 j jBAZA.AR

1f A nice Christmas Gift. Our 65c Kimona, flannellette, neat patterns, while they last 49C II where electrical he. U business.engaged in u. successful

Extra heavy and beautiful designs worth $1.25, go at. . . . . . . p8c
Our $1.39 grade to go at. .900. Elegant Long'Kimona, ,1.39 grade to go at 98C times Miss\ complimented Knte: I. Lucas has on her been Christ mnny uug

Our $1.50 .) $1.19. Very heavy and fine outings worth 3.50 at $2.98 ] inns window display but none haw n
Short Silk Kimonas at. $4.98 and $6.50. Long Silk Kimonas. ,$9.90 to $12.50. Htrnnifr pleased her who morn sitppod' .limn Into that her store of a HEADQUARTERS: FOR

36-inch Taffeta Silk, Black and Colors. the northern window other dresser clfj day.., and sad by! I sold profession know: "1 a am tasty III a a i Toys, Dolls, Fancy GoodsA

Xmas. than nice display! wlH'ii I sm It. Your Christma un WHOLESALE: AND RETAIL oEntire
Nothing more acceptable as a gift a silk dress, and for Xmas shoppers we are t
going to give you our 80-inch $1.25 Black and Colored Taffeta at . -. 98c and* beautiful..Is-art In execution.stlo In conception" The Glt'j; uaaa
:;;r This price will only last up to Christmas, but we doubt if the quantity we have. will lust ten days at "' man was right. Second Floor Devoted to TOYS aId: DOLLS LIB
r F such remarkably low price. We .also have an elegant line of latest Plaid and Strip Silks. in shirt waist. Jnlr-B !Marry has made many an nu uu
) patterns, and you will find the pr'ces on them right.'( attraction more attractive by his nunu Express Wagons, Toy Automobiles, Velocipedes! ,
lavish expenditures upon cant, nunu Tricycles, Rocking Horses, Doll Carriages, t.I
i Ladies' Suits for Christmas Presents. scenery and general! accessories. In : Boys and Girls Bicycles m
his. new, C'.ill., ?e'r! -I I' v. "rnplrt at ..
Vassar/ It would. t.-i-m na n lie had Full Stock of Pocketbooks, Musio Rolls Handbags,
While our suits are badly broken up, we yet have a good many suits, all of which will be nil outdistanced liis nil former attempts at v':':J Pocketknives, Gillette Safety Razors, Ingeraoll; ..g
", closed at a big reduction We give you the cut price now so they will go quick, and while it is' y collgo points girls' are cast very IH pretty perfect and, the all urur tlur $1.00 Watches Waterman Ideal Fountain -cir;;
yet just the beginning of cold weather. One lot of about 20 suits, worth up to $16.00, mostly are guud singers his so..ier.v I la beautiful arur Pens, and thousands of useful articles'suitable for n

Maids and stripes; these are positively a bargain at $15.00 and $16.00, but will '
while they last at. . . . . . . . . . . P7.J/O FloreaceGear Is starred In the ploy, Special Discount to B1UPS
A few 12.50 suits will go at. .$8.98 A few $18 and $20 suits to close at. .14.90 ESpecial E which Theatre will be Dec seen Slate here at the Howell B Sunday Schools c

S. J. Illlbimi, tliii noted attorney
Cut Price. y of 1'alatka, is among the prominent g t8. C. E. R.OWTOW Palatka.rJ : .
men are now In the city attending ,
Our entire stock of Long Coats will.be closed out at about off their real value. We want the Methodist conr"rence.fr.! I77797r117nCrN7r7n[tltlCCCCtlCOCBitltl A1CtlCDCCC"J7 J1 7lTtQ :
to close these .out before January, and we give them, to you now when you need them most at Hllburn: _t. Ilsoueof the foremost nlt'r"YS 70 7a 1r1 000DGl7OGOGC .-----------'-[ -----CryCgrJGa'JM
and was lor a long![ lime the luw ______ ___ ___ ___ ____' ______ _S
prices you cannot to miss. Nothing better for a Xmas Gift. While they QQ ..-! partner ot Colonel Robert, Davis -

3 }last at the ricer $5.00 long coats, well worth $6, while they last. . . $J O.27O E-I during was practicing the time In that Pnl.ttkn.: Colonel) There Davis is Write For Catalogue Illustrating

Our $7.50 n coat and well worth it, while they last . . . . QiA. QQ no more popular man In the state
t Misses';!Main Coats, oar $7.00 grade and well worth it . . . pfr.J/O than many I this friends able In attorney Tampa wlio and-ar he has,.1- Holiday Noveltiesjand; Qift:QlvIng Goods
Our $13.50 long coat, black and tan, elegantly l l trimmed and well l worth $15.00 4 way eager to welcome him.-Tampa

while they last at. J . : $9.98 J Tribune. Diamonds, -- Clock,
Childrea'a coats worth $3.00 to close out at each . . . . . . $1.98EARNEST'S By Buky a fortunate has secured purchase Mlas Hattie W.teb... (JuIOI....
\ a large! quau. ..
tlty of beautiful r 1 Uv.r Teo 8 t
fancy plates salad aloes Vina.BrooetiM .
bowls. and Jugs on terms which enables 611.... rta 1"...tToll.
her to distribute them among I .*.....Uo..'.,
,rota" Cluln.
her customers and friends
without cost. The -quality absolutely of this ...... ..-... ". Il ad 1'.110..1
exquisite and very useful ware I Is ..BaoklMIraraLW Chin
E 1 equal to the beatl the .! the .nil f r ., v aDd
& latest and ors and deco 4 ..*
rations are all that the highest .11 kind at i ) r' S..7.Ro.
artistic skill can produce This liberal Fin J...117. ,, VlkMd wan.
offer Is made. to show Miss
.4. Buky's appreciation of the Dice I'at. B.U Bnekl Mo.4HO8,r.lo. ...80.
ronage tended her during the past J lUlutratlou. M sl.e.GREENLEAF .

@ $$5 m! share and us the of an your Inducement samples trade now for Call on a and display greater Inspect & CROSBY GO. Jacksonville, Fla.

and you cannot fall to b. pleased.g .
Stfr ctJoaCurinU.4, W.Prep.y.11 Pelrwrdi'S Cbsr&s.

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