The Palatka news
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 Material Information
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: January 3, 1908
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: UF00075922:00105
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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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-' James Padgett, Jr.. top the pest POMONA1!, EWS.B. I ,'- duce our stock to the 'min* "

\ Jcent City Hews .1 seven year A. C. L. agent at Crescent ) E. Pec*'wna. .vlsl&Vylo( : P huka I. -V imum. V

.9 ,_ City Junction\, resigned his. position Monday. X., 'I '-/v' Cv', %j .> P I
-" some ton days ago to take effect Ttiis'soU; -
-- a. Mr. and Mrs>. t. K. \ left COcfCri .
S. J S. S S or, Keport.ur.for Itit.week end I (O. U. Mnrth of Booheater, N. Y January 1st. Monday for a. tout,,-4iroUgh4lOEid&( ,: !:1 ,, Every Article of.t '

S .& a. : aurajn; at Grove Hall atteriklpplng The steamer Pilot Boy inside Itl'final ] Mrs. CourtUnd M'IrlcJlerolIIpen6 ,
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.. a. I Max.lot JMIn.(or one whole season. He has been trip on Tueaiiny/ and. I Is now Saturday tn Jftckmmvllli- ,

'I:J F.m. p.m.$4hre24hrU" brought to tusk by the people generally morn limn likely oil Its way to ..Savannah. : Mr. and Mrs. J. '1'. Tuck- were In" Winter Goods "I r

,:- ,I. no m'i*)' 6i DO 7* e." for hla dereliction but has Tho boat will' bo greatly Fahittke' In..t w..k.. j :

MONEY TIGHT t. 67 67OK 01 711 IW 49 given a good excuse: and promised mlasetl.! Capt. Crotut Is a moat The Christmas tree and "cnt",rinlnmuutpassrd : N

HlRE ft 4 01 MIW U4w" .4 not to avoid us again If possible t.o courteous and obliging ollloer and olf very pluuciinlly on Where

',1 7 9 Ill 00 HOu prevent. All are delighted to see him tlere walt never a more popular engineer Christmas jive: MIR. uhilclivii. .. taking V When yon must go.
a their parts nicely nnd >seeiiicd> to enJoy I V
D. WILLIAMS. Obmrrar again. than Ii. W. Lawless who ran No amok -
fear tneinsilves greatly., Clirlstmna .( D.V.PPP
: | it but are holding on to .f for l.--- Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Vincent and I 1 hereIn"the day of the old "Coy.I day Will a quiet clay with mot lit people. 'Cctta. :." den The prices: tell -the story.
(. Safford. Them were a number pleasant youfnfiioih&roon
little daughter MarJorie, who have friends, and -
j of trouble ahead- nat and Social been por?lar guests at Crescent Inn linv D. Spencer has arranged ohurohIn to relatives dinner but parties nothing among In wny of unusual Remember the date.:

for several month, have returned to hold' service nt the Baptist excitement. iiace'Joes

= their home In Manitoba. Their return Bevllle: next Iduuday This Is a Several people are ml Iff.ring, badly pick antIPERFECT1O1I
Trouble Juoksonvltle, church Mr. Spencer has always hada up ean..w
Makes of was hastened on account of with la grippe, which set-inn to be
phii y with Mrs. J. W. business matters which demandedMr. great Interust.lti and affection for, very prevrlant this winter. ? uary
Is. for Its rehabilitation. .-
Vincent's personal attention. and he anxious Miss Mercodea Keown of PoLand
I t SPECIALLY f Ho Its former pastor and of her I".r l Mrs.
The Crawford of DeLancl Isf all was has been the guest >>
will be by
for Ttrey greatly M
Uy made it us. holidays with her for years prior to his pastorate was C. A. Knowllon..

f for' the I.fe W. R. Band egInsou our people. I a regular worshipper there.. It Is W. H. Cook has purchHoed a handsome (Equipped. wink'Smolceleac.V".. '' *-, :a t t.c:,".. 27 ,

I [ of f 'CLOTHING we bdught of Ocala" M. H. Read reports that there laalight Mr. Spencer's! purpose next Sundayto new horse to lake died.the place of to (the room you want to heat rsuitr,
the which recently
V real one
Chrlatmaa.week with inquiry go down to Seville in the morning
house. It has real smokeless d lev;
'; Mrs. D. M.'Reeye estate at present but that before the with several religious workers from J. W. Tucker has bought a.lot near a inclusive
it should. td Induce the school house, and stales that In smoke smell-turn the wick as ,.
pt moving as U.) It. Preston ent rn.rge seasonjs over he expects to a among Crescent City's winter visitors. the near future he will build nn It a or >

party of friends few people who are In love with the There will be preaching the residence for himself and family, as low as you like-brass font holds ,

/ ), Had t to Be 0 one. {I.JII tgh with a dancing pliice to show It by securing winter morning and an 'experience meetingwill R. C. Middleton of Long Station that gives out glowing heat for 9 Lours."I'

h---InS-- the home best sites orange!here.growing Crescent section City in is on follow.the Then grounds there and will"preaching be dinner was In town Sunday: ished in japan and nickel-an ornamen.I .

I SMV for a noer of New York much lit again to Florida. V again In the afternoon.LAKE CAHRIE NATION anywhere. Every heater warranted 3 I oves.
making {all for theseuaon j
t and only reason certainly smashed ahol In the barrooms
:: llr one ./ r ,,pf her many old friends''ess Leonard Fanning. the eldest son of COMO.Mr. of Kansas, but Bid aril's, Bore-
Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Fanning of hound Syrup has smashed all records as TheJLamp prices.

4 I;! ,': dons Cut o; ; ::;\hes llzabuth Christopher of Brooklyn N. Y., arrived last week. and Mrs. Roberts of Morris- a and cure all for Pulmonary coughs,diseases.Bronohltl T., Iullnon/.a C. II-, I U llie Ump lor lin iluj.nl or' __ __ _ ll\\

,lie Ms spending the holl- to spend the winter. He was attending town, N. J., are guesta at the Highland Kansas wrltee; "I have uever ...d.I\I gives a triUilnl,, .*.dr Mil ott
Horton J.ol br....nictul pl.ltd!Mil tqulppol.
< '- is nat Miss Abbl- Princeton college but owing to House. would that ma".tody.pluiun. M
her friend, V found: a medIcine that cure a
Is one season oj the ; 'great1Y In,;r. Illness had to give up his studies and Mr. and Mrn. Henry Clifford of cough so quickly as Bullard'a, Horthouud with II..latest Improved obtain!tin central.Flection!drill" burner.Oil Holer Every or Riy Ump Lam w.monled.(tn.I .
4 in anUclpt't? > come south. The'younll' people here Falrlmven, Mass arrived Sunday, Syrup. I have used It for ye IM." So d Iiymi BUIIOI .
drei.roSTANDARD -
Ji bought heavily $, anlj, Mrs. c. A. Pratt spent All View Cottagefor CosSmith your Jetler wills lo our nearect agency lor detcripllvo '
/istmas to him, and are guests at by Ackerman-Stewart Drug I V
delighted see '
wesjfp were specially Oil. COMPANY _
I is less than a f "is and the two followinghtseelnK the season. All Cornelltes are

i ,c Here are it afraid, hence our deter 1,.: Ion to beach.; at St. Augustine and his health.all hope for a speedy recovery of pleased beloved to by see everyone.them again.and have They spent are wouldn't-Dlil be.homo:\on till toll late your wIfe\ you \\\imu\\\\\\\m\\u\u\\\\\\uTu\mw\u\\u\uu\\\\\\w\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\\ \I\\\\\\\ I \ I\ \\\\\\ \ \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\\\\\ 'I I IV

Profit.ices the week many winters In Como. lUbmsou (cnruleR8Iy-Cel.talllly.) --- ---- ------- II
holiday -
of Grace and IIU- Regarding
(tsses Addle has returned to Crescent "
R bert Smith "You did
d Regardless of DeLand arrived orange; market In New York the the ::=:, .
term an City. He was a guest at "Yes, I should think so. \. .
." on a brief vlalt tQ their aunt, New York Packer of Saturday last Highland House during the holi lAnd. what did she sny?" ,
says. "The holiday season with its days.A told her I \ .
: B.:Torrey, "Well .as soon as I had 1. .
uaual rush and Its usual stimulating \ ,
large party of Comoltes spent a oft the telephone.YoR.
Clothing. Foy Mott of Amerlous, Oa., rang .
Men's Influence In prices apparently over delightful evening with _Mrs. _R.. 'I'Q, 4i.
,,. visit to her "
. . . $ .1 I last week on a looked the orange market. In fact, Blood and family at their beautiful /IN, v/'
. :. Mrs.!. Ij Eaton, and her uuu. home. Singing and recitations pass
a $12.60 to $16.00 now'I \ ... U. }1irp.2.OO I Instead of the usual advance In ,ed away:the hours delightfully.Mrs. I, ir r10 I /is Commission Merchants "I''. V

18.50 to 22.60 00.. ., . . . I ur" ...D. Williams and Mr. anitHE. I I prices and the prices orange went people off met nil around.the reverse W. L. Gable and son, -Willie, /i> 'y ;

to 2". . Wllllama moved into are su tiering with la grippe. 203 Dunne Street, NEW YORK \1'
. : > .
. . . I There was quite a liberal sprinkling IB
.00 now la the M. K. .t
20.00 to no home on the lake front There was preach Ing ? "
new market '
. . . . $1IB.DU Thursday. I of Florida fruit on the ; none church Sunday morning and eveningby Contrary / > will endeavor to handle in a manner' atis- ill
$12.50 now. ; jek I of wblch showed any extraordinary the pastor. Alfred Yeardley lethe
I from $10.0019._ .,' ,'_ -t it K.f.rinr: .,...... . . . . . 7J ;u1'1''!: of J3altLLno-! .. ... I\ally! -. _Prlces during the week Epworth League meeting. ? t\ factory to you, any slriprjients of. \J,
4. lo; AU.UVuw" . ... -" ., --- --' Is it inclined to run away .
ii . dy handling it'Taiga amount ut !: than those at the Christmas was an ideal day and cruel ,
18.00 to 28.00 now. : : : : : : . . . '. .scent City fruit, and from all re- were SO to ltfolo\Pt i sales, the the Comoites) all seemed very happy. Don't punish it with a /'> -
II &28.80 to( 00.00 now. : its have been getting I I close of last week's nuetTfTtf J' Many fine dinners were partaken of brush and comb! Feed it, nourIsh I.I> Oranges, Grapefruit orTangerines '
; satisfactory
. . . S I ces I average range being $1.85 to ':2.SI .;.I*:Ut.-v,, different-._ _families__.. i..siE..i and.,relatives,, ....._, it, save it with Ayer's Hair \ \1'1'll.t
8.00 now
.t I tI
formerly sold from 2.00 to . . . : v1.rs'O". Morse au daughter, J. M. Deaton was at home for the ti''r..f1oU..A wili.J.iLn'! In:. ""yuv..t.-"...... ._ .aJ Vigor, new Improved formula. any
.. Oto4.00'now. I Uluru w '
) II . . . :. rs. Phluuey, have moved Into the holidays and the worst of the thing trees in the dltlerent< .J .tructe.-."nKA.DE Ti...;JChcn- your hair will remain at l.II

I 1 .. ... If 0 5.00to7.60now. : erpont house again. Mr;- Morse Is that when he cornea again; he will A very happy and prosperous; new o r OI\o't! :II b.<<:!.e it I L ''IN I yu consign to them, and will be pleased to 'fArwarws
t.a \ .
t p ,
/ I ; -. ho Isstill In Maine,; hi expected more than likely take Mrs. Dentou year to the< editor and staff of the J!,.. .E..l >t V / .
: home on reliable information at
Clothing. and the PielatkaNews your uu. :ft YOU anyjime,
tortlyiAll will of the
be young people
Boys' pleased to have family
f \< ,,:..u .,. . . . . I I ila I Lack with him. Crescent belongs. An elegant/ dressing: .

.1 y 801(1 from .$."...00" to '.4 0.00,00 now.noW .. \... . . .'. .-. ... I Many\ popular complaints faintly have with us been again.heard ple are not going to like this City arrange peo- WELAKA NEWS NOTES. Keeps the .scalp healthy.Does ?eree.d1;;:: V :;: er "wSjeJ.1Iiy Rein.i :

I 'I 4.IV 0.t 0 . . ment. But Mr. Deaton haa not change/ color of I fig /00//'. '
. . . legarding\ riotous living in the purchased Miss Letha Mack Is here visiting; either iiio
.. n V.II"O to 8.50.r., now Avhltoavllla section, with booze as a 1 I nearly 2,000 acres of Valuable tobacco Misses Nettle and Viola. MoLeod .....,,.wltnSbow ooob b.ttl. ( by ram the con-

asia. This land in Oadsden county, and Xmas. week. A It togers your / dition of the New
1 -" was especially noticeable .... York market
i in all Departments his Edwin Dallow is home from .10.
holdings Stetson
nearly all the
on I
.eductions are during the nights of Christmas to '&.k blm baat u,
1 [ GOOIEverything week. f I little town of .Oretna, the first station parents.spend the holidays with V his / tb.a da..h..... lL ;

FURNISHING Reports of I west of Quincy Here the famIly The Christmas tree and We certainly believe this ;
SHOES a mOlt encouraging nature exerciseswere or we would \ '
[j ._ will live. Mr. Deaton -
are coming 'In concerning theImprovement I already quite a success, there were not say so. Ayer's Hair Vigor} as now
1 latest 1 e. : has a large acreage in preparationfor presents for every one. made from our new improved formula UV
of f sty of Dr. I :
and Dunahee'ahealth. :
New the fine quality of tobacco for Mrs. W. P. Allen of Crescent City Is a great preparation for the hair ana .
H"s I at Ashevllle, N. CI. : which that section of the state is spent Christmas week with her scalp.' Stops falling halr._ Cures dan- ..--V --
iI, and bl' mother I Is with him to nurse I II mother Mrs. Holly.llllci sister Net-' druff. Promotes the growth of hair.
noted, and where the majority of tie. -X.d.bjr the t.Q,.&7..Oft., Lowell HM.._
1 I AIIIo.!! ... ft II and... care for him. All I Crescent City farmers are getting\ rich. McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.
will rejoice over his Improvement. The young people enjoyed a very ,
j Crescent City people will all be iif.terested pleasant dance at the Hall last Gum and Thought.
Reeves la home for a Thursday evening. Quite a number One thing Is certain,
you cannot Commission
to hear
RSIDE% ClOl" I holiday visit with his parents, Rev. encouraging reportsof of visitors 'from Frultlnnd, Pomona chew gum and think at the same Merchants.
f I Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Kuevea. Free- our old neighbor, 1[. F, Johnson of and elsewhere were present. with any: degree of success. You tlw\lt may\

I land la holding a responsible position I. Orovedale, who ha. beenIII and Duff MoLeod Is home for the holi chew /gum and work mechanically you Tomatoes Pine Apples
away for the paRt A letter days; he will return to Demand short.
I with the Seaboard Air Line year. may read with gum In your mouth and
, I Hallway In Virginia. from Mr. Johnson on Tuesday states ly University.to resume his studies at Stetson: perhaps not miss anything In the author and Early OrangesVegeta61es

that he is improving some though but when It comes right down to
! F Ground for the new Baptist. church Miss Caroline Bryant Is home from
still with /good bard mental effort
suffering vertigo and you cannot
'. was broken this con Southerland to spend Christmas and Grape Fruit
I week and
N1 buildingoperation
. sequent Inability to recover strengthas the holiday week with her parents. concentrate and achIeve the best results
COMP *will be pushed from now he would llke of which you are capable while
lirough exercise Mrs. Henry Bryant musical 279
gave a
I I '_'. T..h. society, hue arranged He longs to come back home and at her pretty home on Front and your Jaws work unceasIngly That Washington St. lYTew Iforlx:

" : to buy tliu lumber from Squler's mill hopes to come in the iprlng and Palmetto streets I lest Friday evening champing I Is just so much wasted energy I
I i' I at Omega, ,and Capt. John D. Plgue The News stay. ; quite a number were present and as such dissipates your force V
along with all its readers, and all enjoyed the and and keeps : thinking
I has generously offered to tow It free. songs Instrumental your powers reduced -
: sincerely trusts that Mr.\ Johnson selections very much indeed. to the lowest point. Just put It --- -

t Lt14eL -r'-' I McCormick, Hubbs A Oo. .add. S. will continue to Improve and that he \V. Williams Is here visiting his down in your notebook us n fact that Atlantic '(

ti : S I). Downea.A Co. are thw two old will be able to come back home and father and brothers. no man can think deep logical or woll Coast .Line R. R.

I New York fruit commission houses I stay. We want him, and none of us Miss Bertha Morrison is spending balanced thoughts while his Jaws are ,

S. moot in favor with Crescent City I have been able to quite accustom Xmas.week with Mrs.\ E. S. Green. working overtime.-Chicago Tribune. ',- .

S shippers. Both have been doing I ourselves to his absence. Misses Ellen, Mary and Florence Goes Everywhere i;
.. Green, Messrs.\ Fred. Pierce and Joe "
S. business with our people many years I: The Hreen of Frultlnnd attended The Cause of Many
.. Traveling Art Exhibit loanedto the
: .. and I liinnner.always in most satisfactory I I Federation of Woman's Clubs, dance at the Hall Thursday evening. Sudden Deaths. North South East and West

1 PA and which Is being Tim Allen of Crescent Cltv wna In -'V ,
i n'eat Estate I Walter; B. Campbell was quite ill I by the local woman's placed on clubs exhibition of- attendance at the dance last Thurs: There ia a disease prevailing In this
''I twW three day last week, but I day. country most dangerous beeauBelO decep. Consult
was the
\ in fine cl I ''"frying the state, was the attraction at V. I.; Davis Bryant arrived during the -(If II IXtJXl I 1 live. 1\lally.udd,," "Purple Folder.
ao that he
dwelling house, rapidly got up A. hall last Friday afternoon and past week and will spend some time deatha are caused

c'v. r Fine- two. _Story.. -4,',\ '" wall.. .na. barl\on\|: -B-" '... For a day or two his evening. The attendance was all here visiting relatives. by It-heart disease
.: 1OLJXIDU U.H"'U' --- """ quite anxloua about his _.. .. ,
; lot 7\ere : uuc 01 proportion' to tile real merit of Mrs. Henry Bryant! lies returned pneumonia For detailed] information, rates!; schedules and
cent. eondttk 'I ,
at 7 and home train Silver heart failure or reservations ,
cash balance per ftS tlr. Campbell I.SmaU I. the exhibit, which Springs where she ,.
. cess J with llwelli o of comprised oil, hRs, been visiting her daughter, Mrs. ., apoplexy are often t
or about 5 acres lt liked citizens of the water color and 1 the see your nearest ticket agent or write call
farm Half Ca ptace 't' etchings and many W. E. Tydlaga. result of kidney or on f\\
"Fitzhugh rlace. ..';.a' meant everybody was of which Were genuine art treasures. V I [ disease. If
known T.
.River .; BOYLTTON P. A. Jacksonville
St. Johns The evening exhibit was in WH: I kidney trouble U ,. ,
The Lippiucott place on Tbe l.dlel connection t ::.,. -,' allowed advance
lhakeapears olaas met with a card party of which Mrs. should your baby suffer? When be Is '
frontage. the V
, ka one mile of river aterday afL\ oon with Mrs. De- fretful and restless don't experiment on \t- kidtiey-poison- A. W.
the Cit and '. flitch and Mra. Preston were the _11-.1- ed blood will at- FRITOT
Z I1U. In futl him and use old
both m ., the olaaa .will meet any thing your neighbor tack the vital
organs catarrh of ,
Other properties hostesses. It
HE ... edneSd y: was a most delightful recommends. Buy a bottle of Wblte'lOream the bladder the kidneys
steps t or themselves
Apply. 0 ,, that seems to be party, though not well Vermifuge known Division '
erms. so attended greatest '
easy that worm break down and waste cell cell. Passenger Agent, Jacksonville Florid' *" ..
1 away by / "
-- intelve. 1
least I
____ _. with the others. The faq/Jyt the exhibit medicine and cure for all chlldrens diseases Bladder troubles almost always result
---- __ 'nPRgemeU; It Is mild In Its builds I or F. A. YARBOHOUGII Ticket '
--- the
'Interelt members was!! given durlngTvJpBp;' already' the makes thin up 1 from a derangement of the kldueya and Agent, Atp :CoastLine
,been manifest system puny babies fat. a cure is obtained quickest by a
'' ;t the class U I well-filled with social entertainment ,Mrs. J. O. Smith. Tampa Fla. writes: treatment of the kidney. If you are proper feel. Pulatka, Fla. v .
VaTueIf was the probable cause of the slim i'My baby was!! thin and sickly could ing badly you can make no mistake by
Vaults Gift of Lasting attendance though many saw the not retain Its food and orled all 01 Kht. taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the - .

A come to ua art collection In the afternoon. I used one bottle of white's Cream Ver. great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. 'Yt.. \ U5'A'f , \ \ \
and In
Christmas remembrances mlfuite a few days baby was It corrects inability to hold urine and \ \ \ V 1
would have your L. Ail Bat- This paper last week had to be laughing happy and welL" Sold by scalding pain iit passing it, and overcomes V. .% .

., estimates you treasured, choose them with an .Iy for prepared mostly In advance of Aokerman-Stowort, Drug Oo. that nnpleaaant necessity of being 'i J IV. U. aiAULL A. U. MAULL \
or One of the ton, Vt. Christmas In order that the working\ compelled to go often through the day t V

to utility as well as .beauty. value is ;a Uy he force might enjoy the holiday, and Crowd.d. and to get up many times during the ;[ /VYAUlwL .
eye of lasting In tbe Berkshire hill there was a night. The mild and the extraordinary BROS. -
ai.d one
most practical, part therefore It was impossible to note funeral, cud as the friends and mourners 1 effect of Swamp.Root la soon realized
0. PETRE, the entertainments of the day In fathered In the little parlor there It stands the highest for its wonderful I"J I COMMISSION MERCHANTS .

5. Crescent City. But Christmas here com tbe typical New' England female cures of the most distressing casea. 4
V Swamp-Root ia pleasant to take and Is Florida Fruits and .
Fla. BaLiiiTWatcli who mingles curiosity with Produce Specialty.
tk.iv, was a perfect day and the people en- sympathy sold by all druggists in fifty-cent and ,
N Joyed 1t to the full-the little ones and ss she Kluuced around the darkened one-dollar size bottles, You may have a .4 2O3 West Pratt St. Baltimore z;..
yyyrrgCTITYED most of all. In the morning there room >she> said to the bereaved sample bottle of this wonderful new discovery ; Md. '
;- ,----- widow: and a book that tells all 77 I '
about it
was a turkey adopt out at tbe old Florida/ Headquarters : CRESCENT CITY, FLORIDA. .:
"Where did you get that new eight both sent free by mail. Address,Dr. Kil ..
race trnck, and some 10 turkeys were day clock mer & Co., Binghamton N. Y. When e Vfe. '

.. 'Uposed k of aa prlzea for superior 1 "We ain't cot no new eight day f: writing mention reading this generous ; \ \ \ F' \ \FVI\ F\\ _
,offer iu this paper. D u't make .
jirkamanshtp. This was largely I clock. mistake any ........
cow adjusted nded by the men and boys In I "U'nn ain't? WlmP* that In the cor- Root ,but remeuib rthe nameSwamp- --- - -----------------P..
Dark Jersey constructed and Dr.Kilmer'i Swamp-Root,and the Notice of : I Notice of Application for
Application for Tax Ceetl. Tax
there 0"? Deed
afternoon was an Int..r st address
time-keeper second Binghamton N. Y. ,
T calf. Mark lit; _a perfect care-timed to run within a tee ball game between a picked 1 "\ "it that's not an eight day I bottle. on every Notice la hereby' given that Oen. A. Notice. In hereby given that James V,
the utmost DownUs. purchaser tax eettlUoat KJng-> purchaser of "
with Ctocit deceased tax: oertlfloaee. '
ktke \Ve stood
Und bole tbe other. nday. mean a. Crescent City players and htni to make No. 53, dated the 3rd day of July, A. D., I,No. 6'87.dated the lat CIa)" of July', A.
V Watch,does not MceasorUy ng men from the north who] mouru room tot the 3)ainmtPiivate llonpltai and 1W15, baa filed aald oertllloate la my' of. i D. 1901 I, bill tiled sold oertlfloate In my I,

A HAMILTON packing oranges. That It I an.1 ":JMiI... Sallitarium. floe, a sul has made pplloatlon for tax I office and has wade application for Ux;
High pri .. er Is shown the I '. ''If deed to Issue la accordance with law I,deed to Issue In aoeordrmca with law
game by Honor. ; J; r V
Jeweler. L 14fflPIItty fur tbO tr...I1.l\Iont Maid certificate embraces the following I Said certlncate embraces th..
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1,-' -, ..:.. ... -........ DaWltt Clinton Vorus of The brick work on ths uffw depot LEAP YEAR PRIVILEGES !:fiJifififififiY1fi! !: ! =-

Ifjr,1' .Ii, .' t IS"i Birmingham Ala., Is here for a holiday has been completed and/The building CJeSSeiad
" ) .. visit with her parents, Dr. and is now la the hand at the carpenters Are Taken Advantage ?/ 'byP&latka trj Beautiful Hsnd-Psjnud

,.'.." .;: Mrs., W. B Rosenberg.: who will rush I It to completion.In Young Ladies. Who Bowls, Jugs and r ._- ,.
,I ''1'' -'... six weeks' time Palatka will have -
'' el1ot.bGiven
,, ". Dr. Chas. H. Fry and Mr. Fryeof the handsomest depot In the entire Give Greaid B&.H. Fancy PlsCct -
Atlanta, Ga., have been spending state. -" "I wish you would say in your Fre 'l ::
fQr p. the week at the Saratoga Hotel, Dr.. I paper," sold a young mal of discernment Away I Ot""II

I Frye is an eyesight; specialist.M The demand on the part of citizens in social miit.tern and prominent f"J By a fortunate purolmte; I ImL \\111 .."'

Ins Mary Bass, who has been enjoying to have their homes and places of In Palatka society "that the "nflcuiud n larffA qiiftiiMly of ttiuifJ '"bOt, .

the holiday season at home business connected with the vnnw. Leap Year bull given by the young L m ttimt handHomu lu. ma pluooaoft to dtHtrlbnta tai'iim will tI.a, 'I 1,>\l1i"r"Y'"'! :; aJ' (.,,
: ;1 expects to return to her studies at municipal water planb has made the- Ladles of this city to llva members of ffl ttiiionu my utiHtornern hiut frloiulL I. on.
John B. Stetson university,J>eLand, plumbers of Palatka lead the strenuous I the Athletlo club In the Armory Hbnolut ly without; Oont. 11fU It. t rl.,.,. \

.... tomorrow. life during the past ten ;days. New Yoais nlghr, wu. In the opinIon iiuniur tiHUfulwarn of thtu In oawiulwlte oqunl to the and b veiL i irtj 'IA. 'O.d.{ -
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ed The waterls| said to be exceptionally of those who attended, the most tiiflHhapuH nr tliu lutaHt mid tt 1 .
N Mra. W. M. Galllgher and little fine, and the rates, an even 40 per brilliant most petfcotly arranged color* and liniul dMuoiatlona n ,, S. '111,1.,1\ l''
grand-daughter who have been cent reduction from the rates and must oujoyuble dancing party fU uvll that the .Utgh..nt urllntlu .kI

>endaare- spending some Mine at DeLaud have charged by the old company, are the given In this city In-my time. These can pruduua.Ffj _--.....
X mako thin hl>nrnl offor to aho -
returned to the city for the balance things that are causing the hurry. voung ladles have certainly shown 1 my ntiteom Hm>r uutlon) ol yo ._- -
of the winter season. the joung men a thing or''two regarding IT* "imtroniiHo and fut an liKluooinvii 0"\\\\
Drakeford'B barber shop Frank Wattles took an after dinner : thu conduct of a ball which 1 for n Kiunlor HhurA of ytnir tnuljfJ < J...
,/ Luther spin on his bicycle over the new -' UlvliiK you thl emtra Vnluv Wl3nj
",( a has been further beautified by plate hard road to Francis on'New Year's we should profit by." In no way nlTuot ntv prlo ,whluilij \1't. .. .....
said another \
mirror fitted into the wall. It "That Is right, its you have loarueil, ura olwuiJ ....
glass and
j city. day. He left about one o'clock piainlntnit young man, "you can't 1 lui low or lov.or than my ounij \<.nD'
Is a shop that would do credit to a was back and lu his business office It The decorations j 4 potltors.i )1.\11 d
oted.ami. put strong.
xp much larger city..The at 2:80. Mr. Wattles says the road bountiful and the .IHUl.cht.be J Oall and :Inapoot I : 'tho mitnptiP.uw le'l a
were ,
., tomor; house boat Vagabondla, owned Is hard and smooth and that; It is an best ever set before a social gathering I',?!".n.."."uo''l1.11 u..nuu.! ...a..lt. .*..'..?.*......m. ***Pinil \I _l1B--..""r.I''U '.

by J. K. Mellon of Plttsburg, Pa., ideal driveway or bicycle path. Hemet :." .1 eenno& Fail to be Plea.. )1 II" 1:(,!to t4t
,r'st. Aneus-: which met with mishap la the 8avannalwrlvpr tnany trams going and returnIng Tha ladles were not slow in \\
young: l\\1
> Mabel Holt recently, arrived in Pal and states that. the farmers are taking advantage of their leap year 1 Your vory truly, .\>..,,, 111

atka Tuesday and Is moored to the fully appreciating the advantages it privileges. They called for the Hatlie Buky l : \WI

.,., of Po- Mellon pier on River street. glyes; them. young men In hacks and In every \1

city on.dgett The Presbyterian Sunday school The decorations and furnishings way played the escort. Fine Dry GooiU ami Notions, "[I'. ot
hold Christmas exercises nt the In L. A Smith's confectionery store 'There were some M) couples present ImOlos* FurnlHhlngt. iI'O.3' 1)[. 1101

last Monday night with recitations were completed thin week by putting and the scene presented was at once ( ,,1I.e,1t, 801 1
ol church of the little people, In of the large and magnificent brilliant and beautiful. !: !: !: F\I1o. '"

the city on by Home distribution of candy French plate wall mirrors, and the The chapnrones, !Mesdames. A. 8. ',:\\ t"\\1eil
followed by a \
Santa Claus himself. new nickel tables and chairs. These Wlllard \V. H. Rosenberg 8. J. *\_ Ilt.\!! C t\el\1'Ipa
etc. by
nuts, Kennerly and J. W. Kay presided at
of Lake City tables all have marble top.'bl.! !
ay J. Dr. Armstrong, the well-known store Is one of the popular attractionsof the punch bowl. \ V&ott1
aunt Mrs. H. ao:1a':1'JIlI
,.er Jacksonville eye specialist, will resume the city, and Mr. and Mrs. Smith The music- was furnished! by FinUy. @ A Happy tll' : :,

-V" his professional visits down are sparing uo labor 'or expense In 7 w..t
eterinan la here on a vlsdTents through the state every three keeping: ahead, rather than abreast, I 11 1\ 'd.\\P1;

Mr. and !Mrs. Henlsru months. His next visit will ba January of the tI meB. Will Return To Work. New Year to All! L.\C) :re.1 .

22, one day only, at the Arlington church The employes of the Wilson Cypress t V
Hotel. The children of St. Montana Co., and the Belden Cypress \ \",t0 \ U 111\1.<" .
,r. and Mrs. Meyers Albro have Sunday school and members of trr* Door Co. will return to work next The Christrai {tJ dPt
the P.llanford JlIoc\r.SO\1\1t
boat No. 7 of Christmas joyous
Dredge had
turned to their home in Georgia : congregation a o ..
both plants G
theses-big tl\d .
after a pleasant visit with relatives Ross Co. was in port This for repairs boat has Mon a entertainment at Christmas the convent day In which Monday have been closed down for Las passed and we' t', ,,'1/1\\/ 11_'" b ,\\\
and Tuesday. of "
day afternoon
,'In this city. the two weeks and ten days, respectively or' \\0110'

:'Jr Dr. Frank McRae of Melrose, always at three Orange mouths'Mills government flats, at which contract point There the little was a ones program:and of a distribution recitationsby have announced that (hey; will on a 11 h a d a. happy .t \\0\ t\lot\- )it. ""

( a popular visitor In Palntka operations have been In progress for I of presents to all. Miss Dully of that day start up ILg ln. Shingle My tra e has been fu I .,\\o"h\ \" \t\ O\1I.ltl1\
was in the city yesterday weeks past. who and The Tllghman Cypress IV;. tUI1\" .
_ ', three Rome N. Y., was present mill Is undergoing extensive Improvements I\ote\ c 1 t\,

Dr. and Mr Douglas of Alliance, Practice shooting at clay pigeons: who Is an accomplished dramatic recitations and will not resume up to expecta lOns, n ,\,\,,.t\'t'totl1. \01\11_, \\;;\\ \\onWIsh d tleI

Ohio have apartments for the season was the order of the morning on New reader gave some splendid The children manufacturing be/ore the 13th-one to thank you : I .lO1 : 'd 't\1
with Uapt. and Mr J. 1>. Lane.,; Year's day from the O. S. & F. R'y which all enjoyed week later. T"--.' ..
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Some excellent scores were will long remember this happy The has been circulated In your patronage. "O\1..b\e. t\III;... d"
pier. report II
By this time next year oltUens oJ te () .
Palatka will be In a position to brag:, made. Col. HUburn P. M. Hagan I afternoon. the country that these big industries With tqents ,t \tn W all1de.bit.
made 10 out of a the veleran the business t. compli .. I<
rather than apologize for their home and H. Bardin each Major Geo. F. Fowler upon which prosperity ." '

city. possible 26, and Capt. Prltohard came lawyer of Hastings, formerly of this of Palatka. largely depends, ,had the season, I remain j }j11""
next with II>. city, was in Palatka this week greeting ; closed down indefinitely, but such Is t.I \0\

Frank C. Kimball of Boston, an John Mallem,the well-known fruit old frlenda. Major Fowler is as not, and never was Intended to be Yours truly, V\'" a.tr.e'A&o&y .
official of the Palatka Water :Works, dealer next to the postofflce began active all a man of 40 despite the the case. In fact It Is quite-the usual C\IY. S'3\ilil\o\ couslIe \

in here and stopping at the Saratoga the new year by remaining in bed weight of his US years. He was a thing: for each of these institutions to I Miss-Kate Luca ; ; :.:\ : 11

Hotel. with fever. Dr. Steen is attending member of the constitutional con close down for a week- or inoreMurIng ; !AII

Mr*. S. O. Uapers of Crescent City him. John is popular with a large; vention of 1885; says he has never the holiday season.
and they will had political ambition that has not There is no disguising the fact that Fine Millinery ......
mother of Mrs J. 'V. Miller, Is In the army of Palatka people a outlook for ::\\t
him been more than satisfied but would the present business
medical wish for a speedy recovery.
city this week undergoing all '
treatment. of the society young like to live to attend another constitutional these big establishments. is not so i and Notions. \\ M1, \I
Quite a party A.imlt.h. convention, If for no other encouraging as it was one year ago,
Mrs. L.
New Years day was observed In people,, attended chaperoned the Christinas by dance purpose than to assist In abolishing though a general resumption of business ,. STi tE.
: of the the country which 1 rei
closing of the grand juty system throughout
Palatka by a general Point last week going the present -
stores In the afternoonand. Lemon at and returning In the Phillips brothers state which he considers a useless will naturally! follow a restoration.. of 'Notice. ",..
to the people. financial commence on cne pare or 1--- 1
street looked lazy. launch, the Uenevteve. A most delightful burden and/sxpense the people, will bring -change for

The Misses Susie and Lucy John'on : time was reported by all. Speaking: of art in the modern cal I Ilia ),aHA'. .-de aoDUal meeting of the Stockholm

charming young ladles of Atlanta The children of St. Jamns M. K. endars !given out for business purposes "Ueo.B." : Selden. pre ''l.."-.., firs of the Belden Cypress Door Oompanv
have been spending: the week Sunday-school were given: a New to customers by leading business '*-' .. BttyH -1 will be held at the of&oe of the company
with their brother, Dr Johnson.Mrs. Year's party in the Armory In the men and manufacturers, re .I S2lSPBeeVr a r5Teal! falling oil la Palatka, Florlla, on Friday, February
afternoon of that day. It was a minds us that the calneclnrnwt< the building trades all over the 7th, 19O8! at 10 o'clock la the forecoouOzo.
Katherlne Lewis of Yates Center genuine frolic with lex cream on the the W 1l "nC'lWitt'6'bfPrettv country and that as a reatflt orders B. BEKPKN
Kan., Mrs.J. M. Kugg of Barnes children seemed -to I' for their product have not been coming I Pr sldeDt.
City Iowa and Mrs. H. M. Hammof side. And the I ?.eVcjtoheB, \ the top notch of |
usual that the
in at present
LaQrange Mo., arrived In the city take to it naturally. beli ty. It is n copy of the original as ; Notice !
Wednesday for a visit with relatives. t Prof. Benj. F. Lovrse of the I pnlntlng by Alfred Sohwarz entitled prices of raw material the companydoes
manufacture and
I to Prof. Harm/r: the graduate "Nathalie." The picture seems less not propose to For Change of Voting Place in Election

... ; !]':.CJr.'Ig'! of 1're"the '"We old .held at J;". aly ""i chemistry in Johns like the creation of an artist's Imagination pile up a voHt" stock Mr.of its product."is Precinct No. 17, Putnam
t uu ii><* "December said Selden
I university Baltimore than like a living woman. It Flu.
'.wn'np Hopkins was County. -
the It
; new was a mouth for orders and
year never a heavy ,
solemn a distinguished visitor In Palatka was this picture on exhibition In Notice is hereby given that at a
IDSt and
impressive service. this have been lighter
during the holidays. Prof. Lovelace Berlin in 1900 that caused the artist season they regular meeting of the Board of ,
The first social given by the Wo came here to visit his sister Mrs.' E to be summoned to the Imperial than usual, so that It was really an County Commissioners of Putnanx .
man's Fortnightly Club will take N. Maull. HcLflpont his boyhood court and commanded by the emperor advantage for UK to close. "down. We County, Flu: ., held November Mth, -o"l'ro'P t",t.eet. '

place Friday, January 8d at three days In CrescemHllty, where the famIly to paint the portrait of his will starr up on Monday. the 10O7 It was ordered that the voting alde"O.. 1'lotl.de.
o o'clock at the residence of Mrs. S. resided for many years and majesty. F. H. Wilson secretary of Wilson place in Precinct No. 17, Putnam I,
J. HUburn. It Is the wish of the affectionately Cypress Co. also stated that aclose Fl.... located Mon
social where his father Is remembered returned County as now at
committee that all members as the best teacher the Rev. Kdwarcl F. Ley down for the holidays was not roes MIllM, be and is hereby, changed ay"at\t.
will attend. [public school that town ever had.u from Pal atka yesterday afternoon, I unusual and though the machinery to be located at Johnson Htatlon in AIVer bY 0
wl.ere he 'held the quarterly conference of I\n-
was not running, a large
said Preclngt No. 17, In Putnam'
ui 1110 DC. unmes jyiecuoaiscchurch men had been constantly employed Fla.
Monday night. Mr. Ley reports about the mill and in the yards onrepair. order of Board of
By CoiintyConimlHslorers. >
the church year starting well .. JOSEPH PIUCE. .
In that city, with an advance move John Q. Tllghman stated that the [Sonl Clork.Dec. CRESC
ment in all lines of Christian effort. Tllghraan Shingle mills had been ] 1"\1' .
lith) 1007. SOU.
Among the enterprises contemplated closed down In order to give the -- .,. .
l Is the pnrchane. or erection of a mills a general overhauling which stfer"' """ .. Co""
Notice of Taxes.City ''
new and handsome par cnage' which waa now going: on. He hoped to be City .. .... fo'Sthan & -W&)

'" will meet the ne..dlof this growing!; able to start up again by the 13th taxes for 1U07 are now payable A city ."* p i
f church Incidentally he spoke of but that would depend upon their at the olllca of the city tax collector. t
the prosperity of thft city and the ability to get the mills in order. Taxes not paid by January 1, will be weNLorMowitelW "S 1
l large paving contracts which have The trouble with our business" subject to penalty of mix per cent M sohlnlaiSSiys*' '
already begun and which will add nld Mr.'Tllgliman "1111 arises from month beginning; October 10th. "*" ,
much to thin appearance and attractiveness labor conditions and there Is going per Tax payers nmv act accordingly.Otltoe knatA .

of the city generally.- to be a change In this respect or hours ffto 13 a m 2:110\ to vlelLllpd ** **"

The New Store, Merryday Block. Times-Union. there will be. a close down that 4:80 p. m. A.T.: TBIA.Y' UAIH: or CL *-' *

J. O. Osteen one of the prominent means lIompth In Our trouble has City Tax Collaotor, '

men of the Holllster section, been with the common, or unskilledlabor. I W. JACl{ \0:, l\\1\11l1I!O:'

was In the city New Year's day. Mr. The mill may he running all Notice to Stockholders.

Osteen when here told us of the tight today with a man at every ..
Great death of his son. M. L. Oateen, aged point; tomorrow morning n. man Crescent City Fla, Deo. Bl, 11)07.) -' -
20 years, at the home o( J. W. Cannon here or there will not show up and There will be a meeting of the -
/ near Francis on Dec. 12th. we are crippled. These men never stockholders of the PrestonMillerCo. +

This estimable young: man lived near consider our' Interests. They have nt the office of the company In ::E'U tJl.a.:::
been paid big wages: -too blur-and o'clock I ;: ;
Keuka, and leaves a wife and baby. CruDcont City, Fla., at 2 p.
He was born and reared at. Holllster they worked or not as they pleased m., Wednesday, January 15th, 1908. PAl-AT
eleven never giving: us the least notice of C. H. PRESTON President.
and is the first of children Chemicals
their desire to lay oif. The scarcity Drugs, ,
\ of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Osteen to die.
Bargains He was burled lu the family burying: of labor has necessarily caused com NOTICE Pat

ground near his parents' home. His petition among employers and wages ( PRESORIPTIONS o..f
death is greatly deplored. The have been boosted beyond all reason. We have made arrangements for ,
family wishes to thank all the good: They musts coma down. We have cold stornge of pork hams and shoulders rBIliBIl G.t.BDBN BRBD.

\ frlenda for their sympathy and many made a slight reduction In our wage and will furnish Information .

kindnesses shown In the days of their scale." as to the preparation of the pork Ifdesired. ..

? In Every Department. $ aflllctlon.\ In There the wages will also of be common some reduction labor. at 12-27-4t. PALATKA. ICK F AOTORY.

both the Wilson and Selden plants.. -

Their New Pastor. Mr. Wilson salt the reduction would FOR BALE-Two !-story cottage,

Rev Howard Dutlll the new pastor amount to between 5and 6 per cent. 7 rooms .,kltohnn, doublo plsz ns
Mr. Selden said there had been no on flout, 1-Mtbrv pliizxa Ht rear with
of St. James Episcopal
Profit making is over and church south preached his openIng general reduction but.. readjust shed room nmi cioat-t; m..tnt roofs;
sermon before. large congregation : : ment. !Home men would not be good location ; rents for 112 p..r month
That the alfected-others, would to a, slight: each will b" ""!() chvap. Inquire
lust morn InK.
we lose sight of the original : new pastor will prove a wise and extent. WM. TVER on iirpiiU. H, firh Htr<-..t.

successful leader lu the work of this The turpentine cumps all over this near L' m"ui. 1-8 4t.o .

cost and all Winter church is already assured. The bond lection are now using: but llttln labor
and the prospects of an early resumption
of sympathy which must obtain between Order For: Publication.In .
various stills Is
:. jGoods will be closed out the membership and pastor In thing but at gaoci.; the This in. bound to any result the Circuit Court. Eighth Juillulnl, Oir-
Insure earnest and telling ,
order to cult Putnam County Florlilit-la. Chan
.. work has. already been firmly established. In a general readJustmentKunUreduction cery.ICnto .

;. \ without regard to the val The members are delighted labor.of tho wage scale for common Riiy, Oomplnlniinb 1) Hm for

of enthusiasm for their ', '
to the point Ralph R. Rny: Dofttiuluiit. J %'"vo'

.. ue or cost. They must be new pastor, aucl It took but one meet the Week c/ Prayer. 17M nppeni: Ing by nfltduvlt nppBn .: ing to produce this desirable condition. week will be observed Illtul In the I ntxtva Htntuil onttMa thutItolpli
It means a forward move for The coming\ K. Rt... the Unfuntliitit therein nnniudIn
by the Methodist Presbyterlnn andn..ptl.t noa-reiildeiit of tint Htuta or FJui Itln
sbld. James oh IIrch. I
St. churches of thU city ns the u't he In a renUlunt of BnuCtlu, In tha Htuteof
The Christian people of Palatka.Independent WiiHliliiKtoii tlmt ltd 14 over the age of
ThU obsevanoa
of denominational lines "Week of Prayer. twenty-one y"mr and thnt there In no
RnV, Mr.* Dutlll will be general over the United pemoii In tlie Htute of Florida upon whom
Suits Lad will also, welcome States with ovauirllloal churches. tlio, uttrvlue. of HubpoeiiA, would hind:: such
A few Ladies and his family and all of us wish for Services will be held each night except littfendnntt It in thnrefui'e ordered thnt a..ldnnnr..hJ..nt
htm a successful pastorate in this defendant be and lie In hnrobyrequired
Saturday as. follows to appear to the BUI of OotnplnlatlUetl
ies, Misses and Childrens oity. Sunday night Jtev. Edward F. Monday night Jan. 6th, at 7:1)0) at liald cuuue on or before
the Presbyterian church. Rev Howard MONDAY, the 8rd DAY of VBimUAUY,
Jacksonville, the new presiding
LAY of The A. D. 11WH. otherwlite the of livid
much less than Dutlll wllUlead. subject
Coats at elder of the district,preached the will be"'Ihlngs Unseen and Ktornal." bill .:.ltl be tuxedos oonfeMMKi: by snlil l>efendnnt. -
sermon. Mr Ley is one of the able .
Tuesday evening, Methodl&t It In further ordered that thu Oixlerpublliihed ...'
Florida conference who
we can begin to buy them men of the terminated. successful'four church, led by Rev J. C. Ciillum, once a wot.lc for ltv tconri"cutl.weokit .
tins a ,
just of Faith." In the Puliltkn New a ncwnptipupnbllHlied
"The Triumph
years pastorate. In Jacksonville. He subject: In Mild iJounty and Htate.WJtneu .
today. remained in the city ovwr Monday Wednesday evening, IJnntUt my hand unit oiilciul Heal ththu
church Uev. L. R. Lvnn subject! keth day of Vuoumbe..IIII1.
and met many of our people socially. "The Church Made Truly Otorlous." -* JO8B1PH PlttClE

; Thursday piping.; Presbyterian Clark OITouitQBy

l'' : Kid Gloves at Big Reduction. Almon Rosenberg Entertains. church, Rev.nrtowa" : DatUI, aubjad: ItM. RATHOITD PHICK, DuputyOlc,
'.MtSHlOllH." .' I OOXM) ,
.. Among the younger set one of the Friday evening, M,, htt IIh.roh. Uullcllor for Ooitiplainunl.

Comforts, and Blankets at most delightful stfulr* of the holidays Rev. J. O. CuUumviuitlnn ,: rls.
; wns the dinner Pllrty !liven.. hy Unity." fttMjT ".. Good Workmans

Almon Uo..nberlC on D"o. 2tsl The. Th. pititori, eXtenOf ,rllut Jnvl-
: prices you cannot afford to table was artl.Uoall:!,"laid ,r.:;., .;:: t .. .. t.. all to atten J ': .' IItVlooll.
.. ""' ,,- ,
the place, card. and f. r. b .\ Servic
... signed and painted by the t k. Ih L. flow. Prompt

pass. ? \ young host .. .tk! ofjdielr. That's. what youliavn .
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Thog ,I r 'nu'down
Cliiu I
,'""t } 'n every departrnejit /*" 7rf s ami I \\ "dc your..nd '
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