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: January 1, 1909
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: UF00075922:00157
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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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PALATKA, FLORIDA, IiRII.A'iJANUAItY 1, 190'J. $1. Per Year.

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The little
church al Norwalk Will
Has Had a Good Year arid Says I Ibo scone of n very pretty wuddlng TIDAL WAVESIn Popular Comedienne./ Now ALREADY CASTIn

I "Thank You." 'l'U98dllf'oembor; ) tweet .ninth, Filling a Three Night En.

p December "To TICK PI ()I'1Ia oi'" PUTNAM Co: when Minn Margaret Hard' and Mr.Kctward gagement at the Howell. the
"Tha 1:1 tall I.IIu\VlllinoHr wore Southern Italy Result in Appalling Grand Piano Contest.
In yen UXW) him been a.. goodYear united, In mnrrlnira by liev. (). JI.Ward Disaster.: The Four Plokerts company, comprising Little Change in Position
our bURlllege dOMI.tU! (he -
panlo of C'reHcent .
City. sixteen people, opened n three '
whole depression under which the The brldo wee attired In a steel More Than 1OO.OOO People Perish. night engagement at the New How- CCandidates..
country ling rested. We asorlno frrny trnvpllnur en It with hat nnd ell Theater lust night und an had
Mr. Ruth H. rilnn Now
''Finds With our success" to the diet that we glove) to inntch. She carried' large Thursduys AsHOctnted; Press dlspntohes been foretold were granted( by large Third In
f have Race.
I Much .
too refused bu .
us to a party to the boquet of pink roaoH tied with white from Home give UelnlU'ofono aurlieniia.
spread I of the depression but have ribbon. 'lliH brklPRinalclH were of the most iippnillng\ dl-nsters '1'.... 1'lckerts company Is one of the The votes credited below to the
r Kane cheerfully about our own business MH! Sarab Hard..., Mice JnRpphlne in the history of the woild-A story very best, repertoire couipnnles) tour- several candidates total 000,040; d
I Of RBlllllg c\olheR-KooII clothes Kurd. and 11IMaVlnnla Wlllmott of Induscrlbnblo. horror and calamity. Ing the south and are everywhere these with more than 25,000 vote
Heavy Clothing. '-litthe leant posslbln margin ofpl'ull Tbi KrooriiBinoii wale MunnrR. James. 't'he earthquake ol Monday morning playing.. (to crowded houses of pleased cast for candidates who have with
MeN HlIl'd. JIIIIWH Ullio cold William. wrought havoc und destruction/ patrons. It was expected that the ".wn.8how that more than a million .
r OI IY trade I this full linn been apeeIfllly ( ale. Mr Harvey Jlard gave the that can not be ..at1I1I1.I ". Italy Is company would open Its Pnlntka engagement ballots have been deposited with
2 good nnd, the holiday. business bi'Idn away. shined by avlHllutlon described as wllh the "N Ight lllders." the Palatka News since the opening
$[ And we have determined to make the prices! so attractive rak compares favorably with the \bunt The church wnA prettily decorated the greatest' disaster In the memory Of the company's presentation of of I the contest three weeks ago.;
yenrx'four business, showing thiit with KnKll; .h Ivy, palms and roRpn. of living limn.. Yet time lull measureof this play the St. Augustine Record The Christmas trade Is responsible I
that every man and boy in Putnam County' Vyjp the panic It nny there hue been., hue After mi elegant clipper at the the catastrophe has not been of Deo. 23d! M"YOI"The for the heavy voting) of the past

'sklikloecT."Wi brlda'n homo, at which only tllem- taken enthusiastic reception given week, though with the opening of ; s
can have aNew lire bcKlnnlni the new yearnhder11wbrighteetproepecteandfor here of Immediate. families were 'Tbi fresh I the Plckerts at the Uenovar Theater the new month and year the settlement .t
presongair. and Mrs. Wlllmott left ceipt of every liypateitfromthe last night proved their popularity of accounts. la likely to result
Suit Over Coat forChristmaS. thin rlll'l we Rliictri'Iy thiink the 1 puoplc .1 lor Ioul Key, 1.1.lmld n shower south Cnlabrliv) Is dotted with with the theater goers of the city and In heavy balloting the coming week.
p or nf I'allll"lnd Putnam county uf I lue and bent WHI| H of their hosts small towns and villages cud new the opening bill, although Intensely It will be seen that there has been ,
"FKABSHIOT3: CIO'fIIlNUl'oMPANY." of nitmds' for a life of much happl- localities uw, reporting almost hourly inulodrnmntic, seemed to strike n I'e' no change In the standing of the two
IIPHH. casualty lists that. run from the sponslve chord. The 'flight Rlder8'fUI'IIIHI..a lending candidates during thin past

i our national l IIlImellt. Tho bride U the daughter. of the hundreds, Into the thousands. one thrill afteranotlierandthe week though Miss Lucks' lend over a
HurloekHlood Itltl-ci-B the national late Col. U. II. Hard of Norwnlk and It I la still Impossible reach /any climax of the first act developed Miss Hnssett bus been reduced from
cure for it. It Is u young lady of many lovable accurate. estimate of the dead, but lit least four guns and a knife or two. GIl.HIIO to 28OUG.
'H- utrriintheiiB HIOIIIach IraltH of the total number is placed anywhere "The Four Plckerts Mrs. Ruth H. Fllnn has advanced
___ ____ .f inonibriiueii proinotfB {flow of disposition. gave a very
dlKPBtlvc Julce8.I"rlll..a the Mr. \Vllhnott la In the employ of between lOO.ouOand IQU.uim. In some pleasing song find dance. specialty between from fourth to third place, over the
''tl Look these fain and Over Coat buiklH you blood Florida fillet; Coast Ity. as a telegraph quarters It Is declared, that the final the nets, amid their mttusicalact Woman's club, and Miss Jessie JUir-
over prices: 1 I up. operator, and nil who know number. will be as high ns UIHMHIO( was very bright. ValClenry. and the ton of Crescent City still holds fifth
him will attest to his popularity mill pardons One-half of the.population Illustrated added much to the place through u gain which shuw.
*) > 100 which formernierly !lilli' IBT,in nil, 11I'1' '"111'1.11I'' ,Ian, m', ;n nm, ':Jill'' l II l sterling worth of Calabria' and eastern Sicily apparently variety." nINTERLACHEN the acquisition of new friends.
has perished. Miss Kssle Wall of Putnam. Hall
i i Our Dignified Countless thousands of woundud ITEMS. tins. written the News requesting' t
r d i l sold lit $15, y = Damages for Trespass. men, women and children( are dying that her name be withdrawn this In

4 H Credit A Jury tu the U. S. District Court today In the ruins. It IK utterly 1mposslblu J. K.: Osteen has sold hiM share of face of the fact that her vote during R
"note. System lit Jacksonville last Tuesday gave I to succor them nil. Nutty' the. grocery stock In the MeTlllastore tho past week has maintained a gain
$9.00 berlesH" wounded of the survivors of IOU cent
to his partner, Louis Motes. Mr. per
ill Col. Sldiu' I. Wnlles for
] ilea broken dowu Iho old feelIng y Judgment who have marie their way to other Ontteit has removed to Pnlntka, end Airs. Louis. Kalbfleld of thin city
I and
ugulnet, tho "hiPtAllninnt' !!!j jif *a.IKJOl1llu8t,. Heury A. lodges cities are still without medical at Mr. Motes will bring his family. In and Miss Viola McLuod of Welakil
K; I ,
50 which' formerly / business" end today number" u lnuda Cumpbull In this county ntse near, on UasIliiKH. certain -- tention. The facilities for proper from the country, occupy the Anderson have also requested the News to.' 1

sI among our customers peoplo Uf this amountaWU: ,1sUKahiHt euro oven In the cities thnt did not cottage and run the store, assisted withdraw. their mimes
In all the professions, as woll glitter are Inadequate. by Miss. Hattie Fraser. The following U the vote up to six
sold nt *< ]17.f>0, 3 :. the defendant Hodges, and The o'clock
ai the great of devasted district ls still filled Wednesday night:
i J k :J j l ers, for whom army It was wnao Initially, ranis!$. 4$>iOn I ) against the defendant. Campbell., with half demented survivors starving Kir. fled Mra1111'10 1 the lleiklemnnn holidays from M Lock. 1'alatlcn .. ... .. ...... H8Ooa
Walles HeI"nd
now $10.00 I H dnslgned.gf tI!! well The known plnlntltT to the Col.people H. of Floridaby In and 'nndenugalinlesslyIn the Of with their are enjoying, Hon. Ueo. llerkelmumi )I..OOlllnoooll. Palatka .... .... .. .. 200S10
r 1c 1 1l We'll furnish your home oomphoto jM his claim the rain The ruins lire still burning. amid parents wife and Mr. 'and Mrs. Mm, Until H. Fitnu, I'alutka, ..... ... 11(1,310( 1'ItumnnY
and you CliO TAKE A (C reiiHon of ngalnnt; King Victor mmanuel and C iieen Mrs Hrthn Iu Club 1 miatka t ........... ... ... M.JU:
l : 1 1 WHOLE YEAR to pay for It. '1 state" for collection of the Indian War Helena arrived In 1I1eaHInaV..dlleB U Vaki W,of Anderson. Un., la also a .,lo'.lo II( llnrton Cr..antCIt.Y.. ........ 70.000 1 y
Fund. The 1 defendant FilKgcrnld
i1// 1 100 which fornN-r- !y If It Is convenient for you to H Claims formerlylived Henry day and both pernonally went to I the lieiklemnnti home. Addle Hullo. ', San Mntuo ................ ,O. 1jQ II(
:; j pay for It In (lU) days we'll'' Rive A. Hodgeeof| Jacksonville The d..tendnntCampbell work to aid the injured Their exninplu guest lit Aauto Hold, I'uliukn. .. ..............., 30,7110
nt $10.00. now you a CiiBh Discount of 15 percent y IW at Batsuma. has been a wonderful Inspiration 11. J. Drew section boss living ntIvenUa Ktliw: Drowjilnir' FrunulH, ... .. ......... !fiH20
,,, .. ly <& or acorrenpnndliiKly' liberal ill resides at Yelvlllll'ton.lIodKPI held tux to the whole cOIlIIII'Y.Evel'Y wax married Sunday morning. Mil Lulu,1'atnnka. ..... ... ..... .... ... 10,745 NJS ,
"H A/'I anMx1 ,al arzxlox dlsiioimt nt any tam' within ; deeds and Campbell) > of land! possible thing Is belli); done to Mrs, Johnson of Greet CoveSprings Kate owou SiiiHiiniii nightii ... .. ..,... lu.iiutImproved
to 1,1)1)0< aures
a-aeY. $11.50 the Installment period.l FI some tended to forward, the work of relief, but the t.lqllirolVhnb"I'ly olllclatlngIn Order null Mull I'ulatka, .... IIWOI.ulla !
)wlw,Y e/ex nY 1 Our" grant, Iii11I11I'ly title to which himself.Col.Valles COli railroad Into the nfilleted IOnn,'. his most pleasing umtiuerudies fluke, i-aliuka .. .... ..... ...... 4.720
la due vested In
success was have been put out of operation JJniflia rl'llllLV'lIe visiting in Pal ,.....
-l Annlo Lam Knntia( Kust l lulatka 8K0
to the .
These are all Genuine Piiestly I"AIaui1* & fiat that we l'.i his charge to the Jury Judge r a, a town of 10,000 people' north ..11n, combined business with pleasure. MfftbtilGootho Rodman .. .. ... ." 8._

guarantee Locke enldaurungother tblntfi: of Itegglo, Is reported an ruhrihliuted.t'he Lllllo Huvor, ICuuka .. ... ... ... .. 8,41)5
t OVERCOATS, and are worth every ivnt of the 4 Everything as Represented "The title of the property dO"Mlnd here! appears entire population Is said. I to have Miss Emma Hester was in town Erma. Wyllu,Intel'Inuhan ...... ...... .... t.075oilvo

to depend in upon all tax perished. Itegglo, a city of r.o.iXH) between trains on Tuesday. ( Knight, Kclgar: .. .. ....... .... 1030Kiltm
regular price. as I have held my rulings so people has been demol'shed. .. .. .. .. ... .. w
practically l.1oo
'H I or Money Refunded I If the law mid Mrs Sarah and daughter, : Knowltnn Pomona y
; far that n tax deed. Phillips
t proceedings have been compiled with Helena of Vera, lhd., lire guests at Lemma Browning, Prannl- ...... .... .. 9 The
Don't buy elsewhere until M fully and completely gives a perfect detailed' storing from refugees the home of her father, Hon. J. Y.Porter. The News hns received through It
Now look over these Astonishingly Low Price! we yen have" seen toy gouda W title but It U not within the powerof only add horror upon' horror to thecalamities the mail some voteator various

the government and the constitution of the tuneful day. n..v.Vm.. of Palatka con ladles who are not candidates and of ee
are on Fresh earth shocks
J. H.Yelverton.Jr were expelIeuced there U likeli ,
: of the United Httttes to deprive ducted communion services at St. whose candidacy no
last .
night lit 1M//.O in V..1abl'II. 1
hood. Hereafter sent In for
0 Vo! any person of hU property withoutdue ., nnd Palermo, Andrews< Episcopal. church nt this votes
Loinon Sicily. 'J'heyw..r. .
Htrt'ot.' other than regular candidates will
Suits of law that he should<
High Grade : process .. not severe. place on Monday.
: his be returned as scattering.' Any party
PALATKA FLORIDA. have opportunity to
|levery pay Deland has been
Of Messlnn's 1X1,000) population it Is Fred K'lhbehn' of In the become- t
county may candidate
law should him
that the
Knmembrr that with taxes, (rive believed that fully iG.KIU( ) visiting friends here for several days. '
"H 100 Black and Blue :::. every to persons by nomination either by
c ;:: notice and opportunity pay
._ every .
w 1
l. \ t purcliase or payment on aaoouut //It mid perished. Forty thousand people The Chilstmas entertainment. at themselves or through friends.
his taxes, requirement
"', Suits formerly 9.00 ."f.'I''" '''<':'' '" lit our stole wo give a u provlxion of the every law should be strictly died In R"ggio. the ball given by the two Sunday vw r
)'lj' ,, ticket for votes In the Croat. !] I with. There have been schools on Christmas evening, was Tie Fortnightly Club.A .
now q. -,j' q Piano Contest. WVi complied Chinatown in Palatka. II lIlt II' to young and 4
6.50 !... several! points upon which the deeds" a very plensnnt civic meeting of the Woman's
; ... If.m 111 111 III III 111'1''' IK aIL, ';"CIO muir/ I I1PPIIi11111PI1111119111119NIi19P1G ift ollered here 'have not compiled with When the beautiful home of Mr. old und the committees were satisfied Fortnightly club was held Dec. 18th
elforts. On '
and Mre.1' B. Merrill with their SaturdayIfternoon
the law. Therefore I Instruct you was convertad at the club rooms in the L..wx. "
60 lilac Suits fur '"''''' 'I&- '
--- --- ---- ----- I Into the home of Rev. S. J.
: a v"l'ltllblnT"Chllleao Ten nt
which number of
that the title as found l by court change at a questions i
merlv $12,50, now J to this property IH In U: NVniles, the plalntlll. The abstract does not It was the scene of' the most o, ding evening was. given and also A und beautifying of Palatka were considered -
'\ ,. ; show that It baa passed from Walles, novel and unique entertainment that blossoming\ ( with much fruit, the < 'f 1
$9.00 ky I 14 Per Cenl.INVESTMENT.. i nor has unv deed been produced to has ever been tendered 1'alalku. so work of the children of the Junior U.I.80ci..ly. The president announced that the

show that the title or that property ciety. It was the occasion of a .: Every; one, seemed to be piano contest now being! carried on
50 [Black and Blue ; i has passed fiomVallen, Chinese supper given by Misses room etnbered and nil had good time. n town was open to the Woman's
rk t I r | by deeds purporting\ to be tax deeds Url/.ella Merrill nnd, orothy Hnuuh. The church buelnees'uteeting was club and urged club members to
Suit formerly 18.50 w == nhloh tlie court has found Invalid ton complimentary fo( some thirty of held nt the residence of I>. M. Cor- work hard to secure the piano for the '
[ ---- ::: Therefore, as to the matters, of the their young friends. It remained. t hell on Monday. : afternoon on account club.
now $12.50 [ 'f r rSg law I instruct yon K..nll..lI1ol1 of the but one person to say how unlike of the Indisposition of sirs As it is now tree planting time the i
[, \A'e have one or two 3 Jury, the title of this property la In renl Chinese tea party It was, (and hen Col'tholl-the mother of the church. club wishes to set out trees on the IIgrounds
50 Black? and BIuALz" hJJ t* Wulles nnd that he In entitled to recover real native. ) so perfectly was every of the new A. C. L, railway
:; : .. != otters in Palatka Heal: =s from the parties whom you little detail observed. POMONA NEWS. station and the corresponding 4

Suits formerly0; j find to have taken from that land The house, redolent with Chinese secretary was Instructed to write to C
Instate where will 32S
i'' we certain propi.ity." !Incense, was elaborately decoratedwith Karlu McRun spent Sunday with Supt. Riddle of the A. C. L., asking r$
now $14.50 '.... Guarantee 14 cent :2C In Its report of the trial of this case fans parasols and many. colored his parents' .at Hnilein.' for a plat of the grounds and permission
: per Times-Union said lanterns, and on the porch u dainty Miss Mercedes Keown .und 1 Master to proceed with such planting

100 Black Suits for- ,,,. ...: 'y on the money invested. fSj "The trial of the case Blurted Monday tea house amid had been constructed ofscreens Willie Keowu arrived Monday fromUeLnnd mid other work as the club can. do atones
j ::= :::: morning, and It was not until hanging tapestries In for a few days visit with ;
Remember ;. afternoon that which t rice cakes with the universal A gift of i)5) from Mrs. A. E. Wilson -
perk 22.50 == we guar- ::: yesterday (Tuesday ) Mrs. c. A. Knowlton.
: now 4
:{ t g the taking of testimony was. com Chlncsfe beverage, ten, was served. a former active member of the
;;; antee 14%. 3 pleted. Argument between counselfor The jolly company of boys and girls Several of our town people were In club, was announced amid the corresponding '
$15.75 both sides was ben I begun. Attorneys niiisqiieradlngns high mandarins l Pnlntko.. shopping before Christmas secretary Instructed, to 7' 1
/ : Write telephone or see! == Axtell and Hinehart representing gay geisha girls presented a most en- among them Hel'hol'IIlId\ Hoy } and cluiuttng picture In their gorgeous Halsey llnele, Mrs JS(. };. Plplar.Airs. appreciation of her gift.A .
{ 50 Mack and Blue :::: :::: the plaiiitllf, attorneys grateful 1
--- Odnm and Calhoun representing lIt Chlneee costumes. very carnival ofcoloisnnd Clues Plplll'Ir... Addle llen- vote ot hunks was also extended
Suits. formerly $25 ---.,. :. defendants The arguments on the resplendent with all the tll'lcJulld Mrs. CourtlnnU Mlddleton. to Mr. Belle of the Wonderland'
_. i | H. Finley Tucker, | points at bustle. weru eloquent nod nocessot. 'les that went toward inn king Miss Margaret, Flsk spent the Moving I picture show for the benefit .r a

l 110\ $19.50 t;"w_uwYq t forceful and from the standpoint of thi Ir contumes oOI/II'I..lo-'vel1 to the Christen uls holidays nt home, returnIng for the club on Lau 17th. The club p( ,
", ..YMn...,... y op. court hour' I'lilutkn flu. 3g" an outsider It would have been hard. proverbial queues amid their own peculiar to Pulalka.' Monday morning then adjourned to meet Jan. Blh,
shoes I when Rev. Win. Wyllie of St. Murk t t
for to have formed a con
t.lj These Suits all purchased by Mr. Fwirn- :: ,tree,, I IJH. :13:: clusion.any jury Hitting. on mats and cushions upon Miss Ethel Smith Is n guest; of her 'church will make an address.UKPORTKK.. ,
the llocr they engaged in 11 ,liceeating parents over Christmas nnd New. 1'R.:811: .

( slide on his recent trip to New York und represent JHmmJllmmJHmJUm lC The News f 1 the yefti'fia times.V contest with chop-sticks'In Year's, going to .Frauds. next week
which Mr. Robert Jlaim.aur proved to resume her school work. Appeal For Tree Planting.
nil that and fabric and best in tailor himself the most proficient, thereby
is latest in
style C. U. Gordon amid family. are As the time for the planting of s
should quick at these winning little Chinese god. Ill the spending U couple of weeks. with trees has returned the Palatka board w, '
made garments. They go t ** .......**.. .*........**.*... 33E9339)Aal! .i'IEEbFm< I other. nntlonnl. guinog which were relatives III UeorKln. of trade. takes this way to urge upon a
in Nov- 111..ypd.II'! Uttlph Phillips and Miss Pulatka, whelhorownel' ;
weather all residents of
prices The exceptionally warm Jennie Weller winners.At Kubnnks .. his holidays
were prize T J. : passed with
this reduction Line SBW n late hour adopting far ns with friends ut St. Augustine, sus or renters co-operate
Hence ) The
U ember left them on our hands. | Only possible the mnnnern' .and customs of pundhugorange work'for about ten them lu this !good. work so nobly be '

when we \1// China the celestial seated. In gun.
.! sale during the pre-Christmas sens6n, guests days Last season about 400 trees were
of Furniture and House couples nt mlnlntnre tables, were Rev and Mrs. J. P. BKHsent tumid set out and It Is the aim and desire
to be | <*> served appropriate courses for this
making .
work from to
money. __ m unique The little attendants for guests Thursday and }<'l'ld..y.their to continue the year
m supper. son and family from Hastings.Mr year until all vacancies are filled.
1\ Misses and
,* Furnishings in the City. m Cecelia were Sprain 1lIrl.r"tVlliard and 1II reo H. C. Mlddleton came. Trees of Improve property not but only the the cash appearance value. .

In Boys Clothing I \ Ureat credit U deservedly reflected up from Long Station Thursday to ns well

\IIC on these charming young hostesses attend the Christmas entertainmentIn The changed appearance of the ,
varied stock on 213-21S.2U' :: nnd those whoso gracefully l assisted the evening. and county lots should encour-
We and city
have an exceptionally large rhpin In their long to be rememberedChinese ,
t R. Ryan Lemon StreetII Tiie Christmas tree was a great iiK.I nil in the good cause. 'They will {
which we will also make BARGAIN PRICKS during M ap. 111) Palatka, Flo.l supper success. being landed. down with serve ns lusting marks to the enter g
+ a The Week cf Prayer. gifts for .everybody and young and priseand thrift of those who planned
all of December. 1l EEEEE6EEe6EEE EEEEEf4feEEEE840E8Ff.E8Ett14gEEEEE6ti Ar old seemed to have the best of times. and curried the work forward.
.. .EEf
E Following the established cnstnm The children carried. out the pro. We most e"rllutlyaollclt the cooperation
forMen's the' Motlioills'8, Baptists. and I'n'sb.vlerluns Itrntn splendidly, with songs and of all enterprising citizens .
Of! course we are Pixlatka'Headquarters' : will 'obseive the week of recitations, and the distribution of that. the work so well begun mar bo

., prayer beginning with the union the wile u time) of wondernuddvllght. carried to a successful completion.n. .
:- ._'rr._._._. ._...,._..,.._._...,.ir.r.rr-ni '" service on Monday\ nlglit, Jun. 4th, presents. R. BKAKKMA.V,
Furnishings Hats ;?j mid continuing through Friday,. night. I>. W. UAMHAUK,
.T The subject for the first evening will Miss Ethel Smith went to Jacksonville H. M de 1IfoN'r [OLLIN.
.. m i W bet "Thu Bible the Word of Uod." Saturday for "a short visit Committee '

l and will be discussed by Rev }:dI with her brother Palatka, Deo. BOtli, '08.Coburn's .
o and Shoes.That !:1' Genuine Rose and Carnation ii I ward Stanley of the Ilaptist' church. W. J. 1 The other pastors will speak on with bin family over Christmas. Minstrels.
that weVoll't .W other. evenings. All theRe services I Howell Theater was well\
fact is so generally understood will be hold nt the Presbyterian Mice FrancisMoblfty. la spending a The new
J. A.
offering l\\ HAT PINS church at 7:31) each even II/If. {pleasant vacation with her sister at filled Tuesday night to greet
press it here, except to say that we are : ljj 1 I B BI What better thing could. we do Hastings.Mm. Coburn's' hud greater been (heralded minstrels.' as something The-
\ company
an especially attractive line for the IIOLIDAI 1 than for the churches. to get togethertor M. K. Erwin spent Tuesday superior this season and it laKulllclent
1 Made from the Real Flower n week of earnest prayer to God in Jacksonville.The\ to say that the audience
I TRADE. I r for the forgiveness. of past sins and was not clUmppolnted In any of the
I for his blessing'upon'us for the New Pure Food Law. various features )

EI:! $1.50 to $2.50. Year? null Our the people pastors ham are an anxious opportunity Secretary Wilson aye: "(Joe of the The singing, especially the quar-
nbJ,cts of the Inw In to Inform the consumer tette work was of a high order, and
Hint make th..11l1J8t of It.

!1 Sent on receipt of price. j All they are cordially invited. to attend drugs of the In luedlolneB.presence of" certain The law harmful requlrott every plause.number The received five "premier a hearty fun ap-
I I r.r.t servleas'OM.The
Clothing' !1 that. the amount of chloroform, makers," are well named, but Oov.
Fearosid e Servant and the Factory Woman. opium morphine, and other habit form- Howell seemed to tnke ranking place

t 1j j If not satisfactory money refunded.;, t j Much aa: I loathe the factory system, lug bottle.drugs The stated manufacturers on" the label of of Chamberlabt' each seconds with Dunlrvy and Futch as fast

it scores In some respects above scnllerlos. Cough Remedy have always Dlcksou, Slater nnd Dillworth are

t In factories'at any rate woman claimed that their remedy did' not contain clever and talented instrumental
\ W t meet with their kind nail have In- any of these drugs, and the truth of lilts and their work evoked hearty

: SMITH The Jeweler W lel'Oolll'8oVlIb many varieties of human this claim la now fully proven, aa no .npplause. The Devern Bros, comedy
C is 11, nature. Hut, chained np la cullorlos mention of them l la niiicle out the label.. acrobats, and Newton the sleepy
omlJany i /IN 1 9 r and kitchens with tether ;Just This rimimly U not only one of the .athlete, each came In fur their share
I long; enough to reach the stocking to safest but one of the beet in use for pf the popular approval., The orchestra -
fr m t Palatka ly lorida. > be mended nod no longer their lives OOUIII l and cold Its value has bol'oprov..n was by no means, the least
$ beyond question during the Important feature. of the show-had
are tare nod starved as the picked
else the audience ,
nanny yours It hums been In general use. there been nothing
bones that they In the pots.Lon.cion
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;jPALATKA Cyrus It. Teed founder and head of am' iiL5" IllVlIlillg( ixilltaJhluItJtltiliI' : '111111 His Maaaura.

;; NEWS the Koreslmn Unity, at Kntero' Lee "A few friends," relates Mr. James r

j. ", and Ad ertlser. county Is dead, mid his alleged wife, 5 What State Editors are Saying J; PAINTERSJLUNDEflSReckless ) Molr In the Draughts World,checker'were

Victor Martin has assumed luad- chatting with Wjlllo\ the w. A. ierryday CO.
Entered at the Falatka poittollloeas champion, In a club after one of bis
ershlp under the name of Viotcrle.lratla. minii ummii'MB.mil nun dMuauiC! i lJEtlSm' In Glasgow
mallable matter of the second ( She was crowned with unusual Pranks Played With days of exhibition play
class. Way to Help Business when a youth, slightly under the Influence Dealers in
_ ceremony in the presence of threatened
One to make Heavenly Bodies. of John Baileycorn
way business good Is )
the 300 or more members of the colony blow-
Falatka. Fla. on for everyone to meet their obligations to monopolize the coiivormillou,
I P ,bUshed at ,
The Koreshaus believe that time promptly. 'Ibis enables horn and giving out In no
your ing his own Crate Material
Fridays byRUSSELL. earth Is round and that the inhabitants creditor to limed his obligations IMPOSSIBILITIES IN NATURE.: uncertain language that ho considered 1 ;:

A VICKERS. live on the Inner surfacH, the I rolJll'lly, and so on through the ell. himself tho equal of Wylllo. The old
tire business. world. Those of us who of him for It time,
sun, moon and solar system being man took no notice of all Kinds.
have let business matters lag could
w... A. RUSSELL E411orOURSTANDARDOF also located Inside They are also make no batter New Year resolutionthan A Rainbow D.plot.d Wrong Side Out but, occupying the usual live mlmitos asked ;

said to maintain the doctrines of to resolve from now on to cultivate and Moon In Positions and Formi In considering the move quietly

free love and universal democracy the habit of being prompt That Could Not OOOUP-Amuilng the youth to remote Ms, lint (not-moio } Fruit and

LIVING 'I'he 1 prompt payer not only helps the Anaohroniima by Old Tim Arti.ta. than n six and a half size), then sub I

10 Prevent Purchase and Sale business of his community, but he stituted his own-'blcb. a large _
When Blcler Haxnard' the novelist of Votes. gains the rU.IectllId confidence of That artists, like authors, should one and went well donn over the

was tn this country several joars time business men and can always commit many errors of fact Is hardly young braggnit's nose-and, casting Vegetable"Wraps.

ago studying social conditions his Editor PALATKA NEWS.: : count on getting; help when he needs a cause for wonder. Rather It is astonishing his eye around tho company, said

crltlclem was. that "the poor people The laws now on the statute books it.-btnrke Telegraph. that they are not found oftener scornfully, 'That's him, /pleasure! The I ..
looking to the punishment of vote at fault In view of the great the retort so much
consider enjoyed
of this country get w hat wo That Class of company
Crowing Papers
:; buyers and sellers have proved Ineffectual variety of knowledge required In their tho youth was Kind to make a
: In Englanil a good Wllbllt\ the and should be repealed. 'The Miami I Metropolis Is one of the work. Despite this, however there Is that exIt. .
Is higher/ aud th..yhave Such laws provide a penalty for both hurried
cost; of living giow'nic number of hltfh-toued papers no manner of excuse for certain ab-
no conveniences, comforts or tha buyer and sellui.. and it* neither that will not help tell time boys I
can Inform against the other without of our homes wheie obtain eurdltlcs. Coat of Big Game Shooting.In "
L Perhaps they are too fastidious they mny For example, there Is the case of an Pal tka Florida.
Inoilnilnatlng\ himself\ thgy can be the purest (?) whiskey and Tom Gin tIme German \posseonloim In Africa II
their testes. to save any depleted an elab- ,
,:' In of no elfuct. Do away with them. toclilnkl I It stands for piohlbltion English painter who pcimlt to shoot costs $200. fcpoclul:
: thing; and they are not BittlaflHd with Then enact n law that, no person of an evil rather than for the legalizing orate rainbow. Unfortunately be a l I" required to 1 kill more

the same menu the year lound, as who has purchased his way to an'' of an evil, even as we prohibit painted It wrong side out. But we permission than two KlrAtfva, four rhlnoceiosen !
III Kugland.' election or who has been t guilty of other crimes rather 1 than logallethorn : forgot amazement at such stupidity In
of olo
the working In tho cano
are shall hold elective and six: zebras
perjury ollloe.
any here Is a shake of right: admiration for the nrtlst's magnificent
That. the cost of living Is high In I Require every person elected to hands" with the Metropolis. Bucucssto audacity when we learn that be pliant shooting the authorities!' uiuatbo t -

this countiy-heie where WH false. ofllcB to make nitth on his Induction you and all jour kind.-Florida/ charged f20 additional for repainting given ono tusk from cacti nnlmnl

the BLOt/ that feeds the wOI'ld-ls lamentably Into the same that his election was ChilHthtn Advocate.That's the rainbow colored In accordance killed The hunter receives II small
.j true. not obtained by the use of mutiny, a fact; It is a glowing class. payment If he BhooH n lion panther
l piomlseof favor. or other mercenary Time la coming when a- man will con with nature's arrangement. wild bonr or hjenn, A permit to kill
,:.' Hut-to conclude that because of consideration, nor that he has consented eider It it a deliberate insult to his Fainter are very prone to distressthe antelopes nml: monkeys cost t, "
our higher standard/ of llvloir and Its that any other person should family for tha newspaper to push billboard astronomers by their reckless gazelles
do I it like thing for him directly or In with the bodies, only $10.
cost, the American wolkinsman* is advertisements of the "I>e- pranks heavenly par 1
the Unicllsh work- directly.It mons of Hum" under his nose.'l'lmne ticularly with the moon. One artist
oil than
no better will thus bo seen that no cnmlidittod -
will Impiuve advertisementsIrenerally. presented a scene in which was a
'( inmnan Is to make a mistaken diagnosis fjr' ollloe\ even though he Tliu wise will
crescent moon low In the eastern sky A WAY THEY HAVE
of conditions.The would be Inclined to swear falsely, outer to his HubKcribem rather than sun. Moreover -
U better could nlfurd to take the rink of buy- the Immoral 1 advertiser. Oilando directly opposite a setting 4ita
American worklntrman
I, In); H vote, for the reason I Hint he this genius disdained the criticisms The Reign of HealthII
, oil In every way.. He gets morn could not I trust the many from whom Hel'0I'ter'8t1 _______ of tho learned lie Insisted that What This! 1'ulutktt CItizen Says %

, for his expenditure. lie Is butter lie would buy to keep the sale, 'a Sfc And What. a Year Would. Be this arrangement was necessary for Only Cori' >l>orulcs the Storyof

f fed, better clothed, better hOIl" o. ret. Amonu the mnnv, some In all The Democratomlts the Chilstmas the composition, Inasmuch as the rest Them"nnJ". Health should always be safeguarded
piobahlllty. would tell that they had of the would be destroyed bya *
Ills family Is better oil In all\ (hem' editorial, this time and tnultum picture
Hold their vote, and would be much11I01' puts In The partlcuhits related by this representative -
full moon-the only one possible and
zealously jealously at
butteradvantages In
respects. His children have likely to do so, when by so do- parvo by expressing the earnest citi/.Hii of Pnhttka are
find better schooling inir knew had violated liopo that the Lord will bless us and such a situation.
they they no i is
: all times. Disease continually
"r admitted ns law, nor brouuhtdlafrrncHUpon; themselves ave us dimming' ; the coining:; year; Other artists have trifled with the similar tn hundindi of olheis. in thin

And Mr. Haggard for U thele was no law It make Mr. Tart n good president; moon by turning Its convexity away city, W hen there are ncoies of people trying to start an insurrection and
much when he said our laboring: men General UllchrlHt n good KOVOIIIOI; from the sun, which Is, of Impossible -
.. would be no disgrace to sell. The course all\ anxious to tell about the benefits -
"not aatiHfled with the mime I end us (good crops and Rood prices the overthrow good health.KIDNEY .
"., are buyer iilone would be disgraced, and therefor abollnh the In nature. In one picture received fiom I the use of ))olln'a youC
menu the year round ime are the 1 If pi'oven unllty would bu expelled ; pistol toteisjgive ; moon was placed near the constellation -
from his oillce\ for violation of the us Juries with brains and courage Kidney Pills, the greatest skeptic In
/workingpeople: In England 1 of the Great Bear though as a
hew and conscience enough to con Palatka. must be convinced Road :it
!Sit down at the table/ of I Hie this vict the guilty as well as acquit the matter of fact the satellite never ventures -
Were system In force the
Into this of tile heavens the following:
to' American worklnjrmun who miikv' be. Innocent; reform thegrurter.; restore part
country would freed of the 1 Ignor- I
truth and honor and duty to their There are, too, oft recurring errors W. E. Wattles, living: on River St CUREIs J
; $:.2 to $2 GO day. There will nut, disinterested and worthless
say Not old place In our lives; abate the fever made In the bulk of the orb. An Palatka, Florida. .II'S:
voter. able sell their
be meat on time table In abundance being In the blood of all of us that makes American astronomer amused himselfby "My wife had been ailllcted with
not of their )
votes fhey out
The Kngllsh worklmrman gets It way to cast them. /go'This class of us a fierce herd of human animals, measuring the moons In a number kidney trouble for it number of jear a preparation everyone oU\ or young

.' once and sometimes twice a week. voters would disfranchise themselves each strugKlInu! ; to beat his neighbor of paintings "lie established the fact and had received no positive 01' lusting needs at this time of the) year to fortify

And will find fruit and many without trouble to the to the goal of selfish K'-ln: ; give UK that by reckoning from the satellite's relief from the various remedies be in
you state.N. the true wisdom to know that there she hud tried I procured a box ol against diseota that nay lurking ,
delicacies undreamed of bv the Kn- J. T. size the average height of the hills In Doan's Kldnev Pills for her at J. ilHatmghton's ,
U enotiich for all and
that we don'thave all vntEvery dose of Rexall
}rulatka Deo :21)tii.) 1908.A \ :. system
these landscapes was forty-three store and artel.
gush: laborer save at Christmas. to break our necks nor destroy drug ,
,. True, many of our working: people our happiness to get it ; dethrone miles. One of the mountains, Indeed using a few doses she said I that she ) Kidney Cure removes disease so much
! well to Bank on Two Legs. those falagods-the lust of money, had the stupendous altitude of a hun had been gieally benefited ; Inflict. further from
llko good living too save you
"For more tunu. thirty years the the lust of power and the lusts of the dred miles. had received more relief from Doan'KKidney

I anything, but there ore some who most popular woo
I, manage to save a little monej'-as Maine was a hank on two legs" says :; restore the fading Ideals of the wrong sometimes necessarily she had previously tiled. Him hnd,

the savings banks testify. Major Holmes Dnv. author of "Klug old family life and the old family religion by reason of the limitations Imposedby been a great\ sulTerer from biickncln
q from outside "Until ho ; drive time low, mean motives and also complained of severe pa 111" Ackerman-Stewart
MI' Haggntd Judged Spruce" was over seventy of retaliation and revenge from the the Ignorance of the period. A through her kidney regions iim'i Drug Co.

appearances. lie saw a laborer in years old Uncle Nato Swan was conductor hearts of men and silence the evil : Dutch artist painted the garden of raking Doan's Kidney Pills two -

j overalls and compared him with the on time Bangor and Plscataquls gossip of women; separate the booe- Eden with well clipped borders and months ago, I have not heard h'r

"2 clerk In England who guts: about the railroad, running between the city and lighter permanently fiom his thiist yew trees trimmed Into fantastic complain of her former troubli-a." :t..U.a.J.D: UU.U"U.La : U.LOPBR BA.I1.KY, J \\ ''':11 HILLMPrcsldont.
m silk Mooscliead lako. With him rode the -which Is much better than to separate shapes. wrought in all innocence, .
The latter wears a 'lid Trot,
same wages. woods and driving crews. When they him t..mporlll'lI.v from his booze; for of such sort were the only gardensof .
a For the BestWOOD
tile and ft frock coat, but he lives III forgot themselves and made a racket and. finally, us the greatest of all his experience. But the excuse

; the ninety corners of a tenemunt on on his train be used to cud them into earthly blessings, send Into each does not apply to a Dutch painting of The G. Loper Bailey !C

winkles ami tea. submission, and no man ever raised heart and home the priceless jewel 1704. This showed Abraham about to *

'1 he plain fact Is that many 1\ his hand against Uncle mmte. When of of sloth contentment and Ignorance, not the and contentment Idleness., slaughter Isaac by means of a blunderbuss Fire Insurance:

. woiktngman's family in this country the men como out of the woods with but that which cumes from the consciousness -the product of an age 8,000

throws away better stuff than his their pay most of them realized from of duty perfotmed and years after the time of the patriarchs! Vue'UQ.J I In the city Leading American auJ Forei if

cousin across the sea lives upon. bitter cxpctlcnce that the city folks willingness to leave the rest to Uod Yet this mistake occurs again and
1 would get all their from -lIuwanlleeVemo"rut. again. There have been elaborate
money away -- cut length
May the day be far away when tho any t1 Companies
., them In a few days As soon as they paintings of the children of Israel
t American woikingmaii" la compelled would get aboard tho train they would And The "Kick" Was Pue- crossing the Red sea with muskets on Shoes send your order to Accident Insurance:
to lower the standard:) of his living to to dollar bills their shoulders. A beautiful ivory
begin strip ten off their The first big fair held In the south ::=

, that of the hopeless creatures over rolls and hand the money to Uncle after the close of the civil war. wits 01IIICOII tankard, an Augsburg carving of the $3 $3.50 $4 W. W. Bainbridge'sNew The Travelers ot Hartfo:

the sua.Hon. Nate to 'sink' for them banking it on (>a. As we stated before early seventeenth century, was sold

call They never forgot nor did be, :aolon liobliiHon, the noted agricultural for a high price in London not long Wood Yard,

:" Sycl. L. Carter of UalnesvllleN and In all the years there was never editor of the New York Tribune ago. The design, which is exquisiteIn TT lakes all !kinds of women Life Insurance:
was In attendance, and] the only at Stanton'sFoundry
f workmanship shows the good Samaritan
a dispute between Conductor Swan
1 I being urged as a candidate for unfuvoiable uriilclsm he had to to make a world and all
r and any of his depositors. When they with his attendants, In the The Old Reliable "German(
speaker of the next. House of Representatives como back on Ills train they were snro I oiler'And was the the Amnlaan following flag: comment did not: Jericho road. One of the servants kinds of shoes to please them. ,
In the .
: 1"lol'ldllegl.lnlure. of carries a gun I Life" of York
enough money for their fare and wave. Phone New
will be of the brainiest Still they all be suited with 40.
Mr. Carter can
J one their tobacco at tile lake outfitting 'Ihe only unfavorable comment we Many a child as well as some older 5

meu In the legislature and his store. They wouldn't nine known very have to make concerning our fair Is persona has puzzled over that beam" Qyeen Quality shoes-so

I selection/ for the speakerchlp wouldbe well vhnt to do with more." Domethlng over v, tiloh the fair managers In the eye of which the New Testament varied and complete is the line. l1t'lP'1"! 11''Jr.J''n1t'l -<1'h-h Marine Insurance:

credit to that body had no contiol. speaks It is not always understood
'I'11<-I'e were no outside editors nor that this means a beam of light.
Her Ideal Villain. We are suiting more women The Leadimg Companies
uth 'I' fulr liuiniigeis/ present.JSo But It was left to Solomon Bernard Order. For 1'nblration.{
i A town ID what Its peoplu make It. The following anecdoto, taken from editor WIIK present from Tampa with them every day because
In his woodcuts Illustrating] the Bible, tllPtlln-tiltCnlirt Klithlh Jndlclnl OJrcoll1'lItlmlll
It slowly by tho accretions "My Story. by Hall Calne. Is Interest- nor Jacksonville, nor ht. PeterHbuig, All Prompt!
j may grow Ing: .. published at Lyons in 1553: to picture their reputation grows every day. (Uouiil. 'lurlohl-l11 Chancuiy. Claims :
nor Miami nor Uihtndo, nor Ualnxsvlllu -
full C'arrli \lfoid\
that: accidentally within its influence this beam l
I Immediately after the production of nor Xjceaburg nor tjanfoid, nor as one of wood, rectangular \M > 13111 fur .',,'oroo. Settled.
A j or It can be pushed Into "The Woman In White," when all Piilatku, nor Lakeland ; Indeed, from In section and several feet In length "Queen Quality"will retain its WIIIIIIIIIlIord 1 1It

j vigorous and rapid growth: by the England was admiring the arch villainy none of the near-by nor dl..tlllltclll..s The matter of costumes offers vast shape longer than any other ,Illll,I m I 'iippoiiiliiK:i Illttl" III Illll i li!II:allldiult IIIMl: ,! Kllltlll nppumlml I'llllHM to tllllt the, Omee. 38 Front 8t PUATB'.fiLet

I aggressive activity of Its business of 1"0"<'0. the author, Wllkle\ opportunity for flaws, which the paint ready made shoe. Try it once. \v lllliinilfiii.l, tho 1 nifunilant, thi'ivlii. -
f element.-Chlpley liunner.' Collins, received n visit from a lady We are receiving by every mall ers have not failed to seize. In the iiiiini,, 'il In a non-rMNlilt'iit of the Htittu of -
t who column upon column of atulf for national gallery at Edinburgh Pha. loilihi., ami that. hlx rtMliluiiLn u unknown :);!( ..1:11:11111:1&1&111: ; ;; ; LI L.L. ::.I.IJJJU. .::
congratulated him his anil that Inis
upon success u\trttiti of
uses tutinlyonuMtiri
! with somewhat Icy cheer and Kiatnltouit publication/ concerningi raoh's daughter and her accompanying anil that tlnru IH no porsott I In thu ;:;.jJ
It him been stated that after Joy i Mid-Winter Fair at 'lampa, otblch women are exhibited garbed In the Herbert Crook Htato of 'Iol/'hill. upon, utioiii tint. ..rvl.'.
then said: "But. Mr. Collins, the great 5. the lion 'I' J. La mmd.B rowum In of HubpoMiia wonlil' hl"lI10h, \ lUifumtant" j us know yourGrocery
I OllchrUt assumes the duties of his failure of your book Is your villain president, and Editor Wallace Sto-: Tong walsted bodices and hooped It U lh,,ri'roii' iiriUnul, that aalil non-ruiil- ;J ,,

j oillce he intends. to take prompt, fiction Excuse me If I say you really do not vnll In secretary, but neither of the skirts of Europe in the sixteenth cen Palatka Fla. niMil l to aiipuar lufHiiilant. to tile IMI lIt anil'It of IB(!L'oliiulalut'huruhy, riinulrcii Illud- ;

I in the Cooper case As the know a illlaln. Your Count Tosco I.a Is mid gentleman put in an appearance tury. The national collection In Lon III milil cultism on 01 bofoiuMONDAY j| :

: crime for which Cooper has been very poor ono and when next jou at our murvelously excellent don has a picture of Joseph and his < tin 1 lot mAr OF FEnRUABY '

: convicted find 1 awaits execution wise want a character of that description I fair. Their absence was the subjectfor kindred In Egypt, where the buildings ;A.hill"wlU" '1105. olh"rwl.e Ibo lllluitatlonii of laid :
comment.bo shown are not at aU Egyptian In their butnkun an tonrmaua by milil Dull -
trust that will not disdain r.'h"
committed in Oov. Ullcluist's home you to come lit
: also we receive pecks of literature style of architecture' m l I. fiirthui' Wants
onlcrail that
to me. I know a "IHnln and have ono distinctly tills Order be ] i
, ;. town It Is presumed that the executive conceinlng the Jloridu.Exposi Italian. In the pulillHhHilonuDii "'5 wk for Kl; htcunsiirrtlve ,.
In my eye at this moment that would same gallery PnoloVeronoBe' For 'O'l'kO ,, NUH"
I In thu ,
Is III to handle It i In- m tion Fair at Jacksonville for gratuitous 1-alalka u no w.cipu r
I far eclipse anything that I have ever publication. Mayor Sebrlng:' Is "The Family of Darius at pulillHhuil, I milil, (Uonatv ami' Htute.V and will be pleased toT

: tolllgently._ _ _ rend of In boohs Don't think that I president and Mr. U. D. Ackerly l U the Feet of Alexander After the Battle' New and Up-to-Date 17th\ itiiniM: of mv>'oveilimr.liaiul, aiidoltli'lal, lila ual this,the a we best

\ am draw Ing upon my Imagination The ."ol."tllryof the Bald fair, amid there 1 of Issus" displays the women of the t .: i'f J
; It took even columns of apace In man Is alive and constantly under uiy are Iirtj-three directors, jet this ai- group In the pointed waists and inflated Furniture and F;. N. t'luik ClruuitOouit :3 goods obtainable :a stirprn-:

, last week's Ocitla Ilunner to publltth gaze In fact, he Is my own IIl1 hnnd." auclatlun was unrepresented lit our skirts that made the familiar dress solicItor U.\I.1I0US. '
House forc'oinulalliant.THE .
the list premium awards on farm The lady, was the wife of Edward fair, which wan pionounoedoby all of Venetian women In the painter's Furnishing Goodsat -- ---.--___ ___n_______ ::!] ingly low prices ,
visitors to ba si) deservedly merltoilnus. time. None but Firsl'l'll\ssloodl! :
t and horticultural, products the recent Bulwcr I.jttou. very low prices PALATKA

I Marlon county fair and the lUtmnlnuoeil So why should we In the Interior Errors that have to do with armor a find BrTelf room h.'re.'s\ :

I m every variety of live stock FlxsdBayensta In London. tear the shirts oil our back and wear may be more readily pardoned, thoughthe Go toRe Pepsi-Cola Bottling COaMu"tlloluror. b want to convince \ ,..n of this' ,
:, from bull to bantam as well as all The pthllege of marching through out our lungs In a wild hurrah. over artists fall lamentably In knowledge '
London with fixed bayonets Is enjoyed their fairs when they ate so absolutely as to the earlier forms of metal of ti so come and see !"\ourielf. ,
I manner of hays grains, fruits vegetables by but Indlllerent to fairs outside jrotectlon.> Thus in S. Mooney tJ to
very regiments, suchas some paintings Bottled -ini-r III
etc. Tho list is valuable Soda Water of All Flavors. u or, phone your
/ the Royal fuallcers who trace their their own cities? showing the time of Christ the warriors ; :!

m chiefly In that It shows to the world origin to Cromwell's trained bands, Don't all answer at OIIUH, please !1- are seen clad In beautifully damascened I'alatku, Florij.ia Hunt tin your onion. u No. 81 and it will recemys

that anything worth raising can be which In later years produced so fauious Ocala thin: tier, mall, yet this form of armor -- And T prompt and cQr" nl tt0fl' i

raised Florida, I and so well rallied l lI a captain as John Gllpln. After Marion County Fair a Bis Success. did not come Into actual use until half Undertaking and T tion. ;

I alt to milks the grower so proud of tho Itoyal fusllecrs, or perhaps even a thousand years later. Embalming. T I r

I ; his accomplishment, t that he Is anxious before them In \point of regimental The. I last day at the fair though not Similarly, in other pictures of Christ's T Free delivery ;
the leant, closed IU,gates to the best
seniority, come tho East Kent "Buffi '" time monks are portrayed in their
j : for all the world to compare It pleased crowd of people last night: Satisfaction Guaranteed.
now the third of the \line, who claima i robes, with tonsures. In fact how
with bellt.I
: the ever congregated for any public
1 similar city ancestry whllo the Royal occasion In the lorty-slx counties In ever, they did not exist In the church norvloo To all our who patrons, : : eo,0o' l nlvo, you:: romin 54: L. C. Stephens
marines for some reason or other also the state of Klorldu. 'Ihls be prior to the fourth century A. D. smith' work slut you' got your ijmi unit lok.
I 4' The Internal Hoard may | | at'010''" """ """, M.",UI... (HENRY
Improvement enjoy time same fixed bayonet rightsin putting It strong, nil the es time it la A curious Illustration of the limitations relalrl.O| don., SCHOOP, Prop.
I of the Htate. has sold 1 to J, U Holies the city. A battalion of tho grena i true and the fair was pronounced set on genius by circumstance is E. O. EARLS !:f Grocer i iII

I Ii of Colorado total of uDH.OuO acres of dler guards was once iaipressed to i the greatest success ever scored In exhibited In one of the world's most Wa Ptilutkn, Florida! r

t. ImU In alternate sections of the I''.\ serve as marines, and hence they I Marlon not exception the balmy famous paintings, "The Last Supper." ,.... .Iwny.Com.and,plviueonr a... ..,.. put l1msmhsr run. .we con.IT Lon.iilnwaDonkey's Kirby ann arorrU: treetfcPalatka i

, erglacUs for tl,016roo. Accoidlng: to share the privilege of tho men who da Mi 1BHU-81! of the, which Sub-Tropical In tho e Expositionof :tlmen was Leonardo da Vinci simply did not Slrool. Palatka, FlorIda European T I tJ Florida. r

the Jacksonville Metropolis, the are "soldiers and sailors too." This deemed phenomenal" n. It wan the know that the table, the cloth the es auran ,

terms of the sale are as follows : also explains why that grenadier but second of Its klml ever lltld In Florida plates, the knives and forks and saltcellars Furnished IJrr"cal:
I "Half of the tallon\ bni for its tattoo "Rule Britan and drew people from all over the were Impossibilities In the Chicken Rooms "' 1II 1I1II1I1IIililtlfrjfrJrrM: : ; : : :: :
purchase to
price goes nia"-as n souvenir: of tho time when stare and way beyond to acltnlieand scene he designed to portray. The Hot and Cold Baths -

I .... the state for its /Individual/ use, while Its combative existence was of the enjoy the display.-Ooula Htar. eastern people of that age who were Remedies AtCHAS ,

the remainder according to agreement amphibious kind.-London Standard his subjects used no table, no chairs, I-IJT.E'S: :
Will Look After His Money Now-
'I of the Internal ImprovementBoard no forks, but squatted about a common KUPPERBUSCH'SPalatkd.

t will be devoted exclusively/ Hon. W. I). Lnmar announces that dUb and at* from It with their fingers. Cream Verm*

to the iiinage" : of the land purchased, In Vain I with the expiration of his term as Plttsburg Post Fla..
I the "In vain. In mini" cried the young Congressman he will retire from
by digging canals. The land
man distractedly. Ells hair fell politics and for several years give
" ,e I it to be paid. for at the rate of .150.I .- wisps about his brows bug ills sole attention to looking after hisfinances. {100 Reward $100. Tim Notice.buVreu. THE GU1SJ K
000 for three and his coontenaumce He will take a home In lol' rrmlflttiof I ibis papar will I b. pleafled ti cridttor,.dietritmittees nail all
the : h"vlnO persosms
I per year yuan, remainder eh.Io".
was deathly white that thera I I la afc IUSHI ono dreiwlad illHemia or tllmaims "YIIIIIM' tile
i being paid In full In two The crowd pressed close Washington reserving n winter tlmlROltmca Jiiw toman a.hl to cum In all Itaaifaa 111'.01,, orll"IIII,., D. 110..1'"III. du..n..d./ so v.. WORMREMEDY
home In Jelfersou Mr. 5 andnhat la Catarrh Hall'a :'h. rbI" ,' tumi
county. Catarrh
m years following" "In vain In vain!" be cried! again, I.Hinar has been In the political life (Jim,. la Sims only positive our now known to i",:,.or:,o ,IIII"iUmumrej IlgIlimmot: : to.1,1,1 i.rluiit estutts (t'
1 ta0 ,
"This contract" further says the with wringing of bands and gnashing of Horldil fur a great: many years the :muillaal, dlaMuie fmtornllf., requires OaMrrh a ennittitutlunal iH'Inif a son.stitimOflel 1""blr: .II"""ollr", *''O lul''hu'',",iiflItlr5i5mt ur time ex"ulI' '
Metropolis "makes absolutely nec- of teeth. 'timid he has more than macln good in treatment, Hall Catarrh Oura la takaa Iniormaliy will be

;' cesaary the continuance of the drainage "What?" cried the crowd. "What Is every position In which the peopleof "aotlnv dtraotly of lime system upon Ills, lhtjnl blood',r 4 In vein?" Florida have placed him. ills troytnictha fiiundatlfmnf lhodlai>aH., and liv Nov.'"lhIOOII, U. Uootlwln.M .
work in the *
1;' Kverglades. thus "The letterrp" cried the thousand of friends throughout the ing tha Lattnnt ativnrtb by bullrUns up thaoonHttttitton -AT_ CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TOM
ending a light. that has lusted young ,state will rejoice to learn that his and rumors la doing Ita Kcnnerly's Seed THE
man as ho .
I escaped.A Wurk Tlia' proprlotoia havano rmtoli f'nth in ItaoiirHllT Store. CC iusVAile5''
; throughout Uov. Broward's administration finances are of such magnitude as to powara lhat they offer Ono HuDdraifcDollar New JtebollnJ *nrt 5..0:0nJ. .55551..."... r".....D ost, p'nil CQ.BallardSnow .
and that has attracted attention peollle for pain-Dr. Thomas demand hU undivided attention, and fur any owe thai It slim to our. Baud . tor llHl of tiMtlitmnlala' llook
Kulocuio Oil that he will not his -8en i for
throughout the entire strongest: cheapest hope remove Addroia r,1. CHKMEX) a CO, Toledo, a I u M.: loaded 'hells, all sixes list anl prlcB/ < LOUie. ...0.
liniment ever devised. A household oUliansblp: from our state.-UadlsooEnterpriseRecorder. shot-4's 8'. of Big/ stock Scliool IP.
Bold by Drugvtit, prloa 79o. and 8's-smokeless b1
/ eouatry. remedy tn America for W years, Taka Ball umlljr Fill for omtlparton. I black powder, at A. OralDKeu', and Iuppl\ell.Florida.! \ ROWTvs, l' latka. Hold: and recommend Stewart t

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News young men
Humor at Funerals

.. bill Who, recently "Jumped" their board lu "Other Dny- Wlllluni Winter FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAYLOCAL
!"'"'" - one of our leading boarding OF THE NILE the famous dramatic crItic. tolls bow

Weather Iteport.: houses were! nob from Attloboro, be and Joseph Jaltcrmni were among: TIME CARD No. 76. Corrected to October 1st. 1908

CreleentOlt, .. rat or. for the Weak Mite ., as was stated lu this paper, tho pnlluonrors lit MrCullouifirs fnnernl. .
For Holiday InK Vu.umbor win, loom soilhilt but from anear by town. There "A* our iiii'liiiieholy train won No. 511 No. 11th MAIN LINE lilt. 75 No, 98 '
was Where "the Stood DAILY DAILY
.. Boy
for Min.Doo.mbur. fur. a young man from Attleboro In the united tu a Philadelphia sll'N'I." snya DAILY DAIlY

Shoppers. 10. HOI"rlny, T .a.. m t II p' 'a. 91"' m. 04 h." party but ha nettled his bill and left Burning Deck." Mr. Winter, "110 gin need( along/ tile Una D 10 pm 020 am ............................ .. ...... .......,.......... Au 7 25 I 48 sin
"ISO. HMmlay. So 7'? lilt ?? "ji!! after the nnd gravely, rpiimrltrd '1 IICMT l.ivw: ft 116 1.10 108ft alii ,A....................... .. let. "oNII.lllla.,, ....... .......... Lv ft 10 pm T 10 I
sir! .;: 110 :r.. K"2J. manner of a gentleman. before thnt tUcro were HO walkIng 78ft pm 114ft.III .............. ... ....... .., .... .."................. 8'" pm e liS am am 4
\\'e\ have an especially 'ii., 445 lit His mlstaku was In ninny on I.m t OIl pn, Lv.......... ". .... .... ..ormo.d................ ...............1.. I 2t pm''' 444 ,
of High Grade .1 yS5"S., : flIt* ss !?4 the associating with CASABlANCA AND HIS FATE. gentlemen 11 my profession.' S Old phi 1 S8 1". Lv........."................ V.ylo............. .....................1'". SOl 1'put 480 am am ,,.

n no display Boxes. I It.. Friday. w>x" r ft' ?|J JJ,4B ha will"beats"b3 and It's ten to one shot Another quaint anecdote which lie It 10 10 Is pin lia: : he Iii I hun lull:: Lv.::::::::::::::::::::,::'::::....:mO kimyrula..;' ,; :..:....:::::::::.::.;::::::::t C a 14$5 pm pat: : bs se 5w ant: -.

,Stationery In 7oJOiIl" more cautious In the se tells with rvfcici.ro\ to 11 inclnmlioly 12 00 nt 4121'11I Lv ..........._.............."..Civ.j, 1282 ton' 162 am"

'fotfotlior with u. choice ) n. WILLIAMS. OlMorvnr. feet Ion of companions' In future. The Th" Facts About the Little Horo of occ'tiHlon III I UiN <.1'(' un tbo burial of n IllS os, sin ant : g ln pin: l.v: .:;:::;;::.:.:::::'::::.::::j.t!.,, 011111.i,' :::. :: :: : ::: : ::::Li,,, n 15 iti plo: I ilti is an Ins,

News Is glad to do the. young man Mr. Htmana' Famous Poem His John Brougham: 12 4U "m 0 00 I". ,.v.................."........ ..lbo..L. 114C a.n. 1 OH am

lot of ."" "" "" "" "" : from Attleboro this tardy Justice. Father and the Tragedy of the "Edwin Booth und I HHHlsk'd to bear : ou cut) am ai 9 7 04 00 I'm pa.t: Ar.iu .:.:::::::::::::::.::.:iio.nllr.; ;. ,;, jjj.t: :::::::::::: ::::::: r dO 85, set.ln 1: 04 15 pm pm:

Perfumes.There hIs pull. I ro'iionf that tho two e 8B am 104ft I" Lv..y I.llIrd..U..I.v. 0 roo ... T fit
Personal and Doomed French Flagahlp, the Orlant. ernvudlRsem': / after: I they hind lowered. T M am It Ill pm .........................."..... ,, .................................Lv 8 00 a.u e iIO pm pm
are also' many Social. Ike Orange Market. tlo 00 am '7 no.1II ......"............ ......................A, "1110 pm is oo pm '
for That wall a lucky child who In the bis cotlln n little tl': Into tbo grave fit 00 am '10 eo am Ar. ..ltonotasi........................... Iv "110 pm II 00 pOI
other articles suitable ."" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" The New York Packer of Saturday latter part of tbo lust century escaped worn coiixtralnoil Tvltu: ninny muttered ta 00 put .Ar..Kulbts Key Jiurk..Lv.......... .1000.10'n..lly
Christmas season. gives the oxuliimatloim of1"0 lu'iT" and 'Ilntae
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the Happy New following concerning the thC ordeal of standing before a clr- ;
Year. up except Bumlny. tSunrtityn. lii Wednetuliiya, i'cuo".yO
headquarters for New York market borl1" to lift It rp ngntn In orderto n Only. and Fridays only'
We aro orange : clo of relatives and fl'ieude-outwardly
and Smokers' K. M. White was visitor to 1'al- "The Florida enlarge the cn\ I ly.: Booth and I, PALATKA BRANCH .
orange market enthusiastIc and
admirIng. Inwardly '
Monday. like ILunk't nnd Ilorntlo, wore standIng -
showed somo Improvement this often greatly bored-to repent tuouo L.av. Xu EAST PALA'rICA TO Arrive leave l'ALA'rICA TO X"Ii'f 4rrl..1I011. '
Articlee. under not r'iborlng! tree obse'lngth080
of Crescent: City: merchants. had a week, although prices apparently well known If somewhat Inaccurate procccdbiis a :! and nothing was PDIMka PALA'CKA P.latko P.lntka l'ALATICA Palatka

Big Assortment Card splendid Christmas trade. were no better. Monday there was a lines that toll us bow "the boy Blood over moro woefully comb: or moro 1m- 080 ala 46 DO om 0 DO om .... ....1'0.47 Belly.,....... e Ift.m
Florida Post Major J. L. Burton will be justiceof good domand but the following dayson on the burning deck" Whether nIne moron sly rnofiil tl." in Hamlet's //nolle 12ft soul is 4ft 111I S 00 1111I 49\ iahhy..,,",,,, S 20 am
I o to nm no St Nil 111ft nm 61 1I.lIy...... 11811 ... 4
Pictures. the peace next Tuesday. account ot Christmas being near times out of ton, tho Infant reciter or, ns ho looked nt In,' lilt those loop( 11oo.m ill Dnily..B. 10 1'lii 8 no I.m OIl l>olly......'..". S 10 a.pm
at hand buyers seemed to be for that of tbo members niclnncholy cycle und with that little 4 Oft pm .No. ftl .ii 20 lila 480 I.m .Au. M eo /,100001111I
"Co. and Mrs. Henson are enter- pretty matter any mull 1 10 pIli 7031". ft7 20 pm

Lounds Drug taming Dr. J. W. Inches of St. Clair, well filled up. The average offerings of the applauding family circle could BO(till, 'It's Vt' Ri'hnive.the list\ recall.tiiunniirlnif' ns be did lila pua as D5 I.m I au pm DO Deity..4. 20 I'm
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Crescent City. Mich.M. on brlghts und russets void at $1.75 have given the data and place of thoocclll'rence

to $:2. with ordinary stock bringing may bo doubtful. The forty SAN MAll BRANCHCONNl.t
H. Read
has sold all the outly 'IJO.) Indian River oranges. sold Hues of Mrs. Ileuiuns gave them all ..... Leave Xa. EASt PAL"TKA TO Arrive Sal", LeiweSon SANM.trEo TO JlABT ArrlnJtutPalatka /
lug; wood lots of the L. A. Hallard around $3 25 the and when BAN MATEO Nitoo )10100 I'ALATICA Palatka
.. -. estate with the pineapple Variety hlatory tbnt they craved,

ranging from, f3:I to $3, according the parrot-Ilka performance closed with Your HairContrary 880010 49 ftO now 000 sum Do DeIiy......... oro am
The Baptlvt Sunday-school put Us to quality. The ollerlngs were "faithful heart" a sentimental niuldon 8 18 pm .o'o. DB daily..5 HII 1.\0 U 10 pin .No. 8. batty..5 tJO pm

M H. READ Christmas celebration over to Mac- pretty heavy."Grapefruit. aunt would sigh, a liberal uncle bestow
day. largesse to the extent of half a No. St No. 111 No. 17 o, J3 lo, n No. 22Sn
night. M\\'rOI\ IIRANCU
r" was Blower than It has
crown, and that was all. ? only Dully Dully Daily Rim. ouily Daily 4 4 4200pm

: REAL ESTATE Miss Mabel Andersen i Is spending been at any time this season Mid It was In 1708 that young Cauablauca -
the Oiopm 000 It1D fv..Jmnlfuolvlllo.' .... ...... \r 7 Stain I 1210pm 810
week with Dr. and :Mrs. Hustings! prlaes were probably at their lowest the ten-year-old sou.of tho com D 40 pm eec pn 0 he .m Iv............. I'.hl" 1I0Rel.. "...........i.v 7 15) "m itPOan 4 eo pm pm
, Crescent: City ."''e. In Jacksonville.M. ebb. The average offerings sold modore of tbo French flagship Orient Is it inclined to run ? 9 In pm a en pm \ 5 4n 1m .................AIIII.lllu. 1..."<'1''...... ........I.v. T 01'' ion I t id. et, 4.n pm ,'
, away ....... ... .... ... .
II (JO pm 7 hit I'au 11) 00 sIn ...... .. .. ......L' 045 ,uu It lIt en I BO pm
II. White, who was IllItel11 for around $1.25 to $3.25; with the best at stood amid the awful devastation of Don't punish it with a cruel ,

The) HilI"-ls Howe property now on the-"Cres-niHrket. a week or more, In slowly recovering; t3.CO'Tangerines and occasionally did fairly Hi. well the himself battle saIled of the la Kilo.the 111 Bonaparte fated Orient had brush and comb! Feed it, nour- .WOo.. I.....zj' .a.noll...,, 0..... CI 11 B,..,h .MOo I.."...11..,, 0.No., C..n.lI....., .0... .eu.'''.'.','1 S..I.,d Omoh _Mo... '.0..11.....,, i

, emit Ills health and strength. rang ish it save it with Ayer's HafrVigor
from Toulon In the previous Hay, takIng ,
) Miss Kate Crawford of DeLuud is lug In" price from $2.25( to $3' per with him a good stock of bur- new Improved formula. 2 40pm 000010 1... If.. 11m" .. Ar. 00 pm A 41 pm I OOO.. I.V..Tlt".lIIe..Ar.-; ;;;
! Particular .Attention given to { strap. S 26 pm 11 00 am l.v--.I..k. "........1... 100 jim S ill ill II 0 00 5,11 .'r.., .."Jur..Lv.. 0 80 aID .
spending the holidays with her gundy and also that famous "camp li Then your hair will remain at S 115 urn II ISO am LyO..... OhI.Lv. 12 !lIlt Iilil 4 n 1"0 II..I ,
I Crescent City; property listed j mother, Mrs.' W. II. Maunders. brary" of cabinet editions., Including 11.0 am Ar..u..... .dIll .11'. .2 DO 1"0 4 00 PJ........ ... ........ ..... .......... ....._..... I I
( with me. LAKE COMO.F. forty volumes of English novels In home, on your head where it .:::.. :

I The ktiminer Cllvedon woe taken which the Bible and the Moran were belongs. An elegant dressing. lIONS MAHK A I* KNIGII PS cay HOCK POll KKV vh.'irA.1) HAVANA ,'
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\ "' M"M- ott the Jacksonville run lust week Waters of Waterburv, Conn.. is classed under tho head of "politics." Keeps the scalp healthy. 4t-ThM. TIMB TAft ES how ihm tlm. .( which. train. may bo o.ok'dlowrie., ... d.r.n from ihti .

( and hag returned to Savannah. a guest at tile Highland House.. Mora. Important still for thoso who love Doe not change fie color of the Fm I,. 'hold 09.'*it.mUonti glf r.jpoo hut ilbl, ihvlr. lof.ninl..... delay l ar dnpurtur or .ny comtrguoin.) tint l iino," ..,.hl........i|,llirrotfom.|I. nut Hum-nnicuJ. _nor_ dutt_ _._Ui._Oumpany .. .

! .4. :I:. Spora-cor: the details of and =
Klngsberry Norton of Jacksonville \Mr. and \Mrs. lironson were visitors picturesque history Formula witn oath bnttlaB'uoWit Polo COPY OP 1 Hit LOCAL, IIt CARD OK 0'I HkK IM-CfilMATION "SUB T lilt 'JICKET Acmes I'.*

Dentist. Is spending the ChrUtmiis season at Jacksonville and !St. Augustine great men ho was accompanied by his to jrourdootor I. D. RAHNER AHlitant Ccncr.l F.....*.. Amt ST. AUCUSTINB.! FLORI %
z then Louis Antoine
private secretary
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Win. recently. t
J .---- Faurelct da Bourrlonno from whose i/ers. Aolc him.boul II, --- -
\ Oflloo At llostdonca oa Prospect Street.TwoentCltv O. Norton. Mr. and NrH. V. Lee Smith of Pomona always entertaining If not Invariably tnan do.. h.MMVI -

I Florid Mrs. Mary Scott :Miller, Mixs Ab- were visitors In town recently. accurate pen wa have a capital account We certainly believe this, or we would

--. bljean Miller and Muster (Jeorge Dr. and Mrs. Nichols of Northflold of the voyage to Egypt not say so. Ayer's Hair Vigor} as now McCORMICK HUBBS & CO.

I St. Johns River by Daylight. Miller, were visitors to Palatkn. Mon Mich., lira expected this week. They !Much of tho tIne was passed by Na- made from our new improved formula. ,
I will bit KueslH lit the Highland House poleon lying lu his berth while Hourr l Is a great preparation for the hair andICDlp.

day.Mr. for the season. Ion no rend to him and In promoting Stops falling hnlr. Cures dan- Commission Merchants.

1 The Beach. & Miller Line and Mrs.' C. S. Gowen and Alfred home discussions on various questions among druir. Promotes the growth of hair
Miss Oowen went down to San was entered -M.d.by ii,.3. O. Ay.r 0,., Lowtll Man '
the scientific and other distinguished
by a burglar, recently, who took
; a Tomatoes
1 Steamer CUBSCI T.I Muteo on their launch to spend Sunday nice coat, several dollars and the remains men who accompanied the expedition.The Pine Apples

1 I with Mr and Mrs. J. A. Crosby.Mr. of Ills 'Xnms plum pudding. flagship carried a population of Waterproofing Match. II '

more than 2,000 souls and the cry of'Man Perhaps of readers would and Early OrangesVegetables
Leaves,rackiionvllleonTueidityilThunidnrsmi and Mrs. K. H. Prior and two Mr.[ and Mrs. Claude Alonjar entertained some your
\ S..liirday. at I:so 'R. m for Green Cote, : overboard!" was not Infrequent. bo Interested to know that I have
chlldrtn of Jacksonville, spent the a party of young folks, (and .
, I'lUtkt croncent. Oily and principal M'ay Dome older ones) In honor of MUsClco On these occasions Bonaparte displayed found a simple. Inexpensive way to Grape Fruit

1 Landing.R Christmas svnson here the guests of and their son Percy A delight a side of his character to which full waterproof matches. Into some meltoclpnrnllln. .

I a.t.mllll.l.av.1 .....oenteltyon Wednw- Mr. O.M. and Miss Florence Nuwbold. evening was spent and delicious justice l Is not always done. Dourrlenne care being taken that It was

t !lI> ,Friday and Mondays at 8:110 a. m. Dr. Sprague received his friends IC8 cream and cake were served. describes his agitation till a rescue as cool as possible I dipped a few ordinary 279 Washington St. New York: ,)

; Jiickionvllta wharf footot Laura StrMt.t.lipboneiW ..11 day Christmas.: In his room. Hewasn't Music by the graphophone and recitations was effected as extreme. On ono parlor matches. After \\llli-
) by C. C. Sullivan were en- occasion a false alarm was raised durIng drawing them and allowing them to
fueling extra well, but he
! Ptlitla wbarf foot of Lemon itro *. joyed. the darkness of night and the supposed cool It was found that they scratched t
the real Christmas cheerto
! dispensed Mr. Way of New Haven, Court, "man" proved to bo the quarter almost as easily as before bolus coated

E. T. CLARK, Traffic, Manager his callers an'ivedlut Tuesday and has joined of a bullock which bud dropped from with the wax. Several were held under Low Holiday RatesTo

The of fruit from the his wife and son, who are guests of the rigging but Napoleon rewarded water for six or seven hours, and
I Jacksonville. Fla. bIg Williams were completed Mr. and !Mrs. Howard Dates. tha rescuers even moro liberally than all of them lighted as easily ns bo- All Points via '

, grove Mr. and Mrs. Ballast of Syracuse usual pointing out that their exertion taro Immersion When the match Is

! last week (ho crop totaling over N. V. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs bad been for what they believed a human scratched tho paraffln l Is first rubbed off

Crescent City Transfer Co., 18,000, boxes. That. Is a olg lot nf fruitto Kil. K. Hulllvan at the Highland life. and the match lights In the usual way. Atlantic Coast line R. R.

come from -10 acres of trees. House. Mrs. Ballast Is 111 rs. Sulli The Beet arrived off tho coast of Africa Matches treated as above would bo .
llenU all trains at Otesarat City Junction. van's sister and Is well known and
. Mrs. II. A. Carll and dauglitfirs, on July 1, and here Uourrlonno very useful on camping or canoeing
much liked In Como. This Is her
Night trains by appointment trips as do not absorb moisture
and and his "Memoirs" leave tho squadron they
\MfHduuies Hitch, Harrington
; flrat visit to Cotno In thirteen years.
S. M. LABBEE. Manager Williams, arrived last week and are Before leavlngshe was badly. burned to accompany the army and his chiefon Since more rubbing Is required to light Tickets on sale Dec. 18th, 19th, 23d, 24th, 25th, 30th,

------ by the exploitlon of an alcohol lamp land. Brueys the French admiral them than the ordinary match. It .
locatud for the 31st 1U08) nntl Jan. Ileturn limit until
pleasantly\ season 1st 1909.\ good Jan.
burning; her face In a terrible man had during the voyage expressed forebodings : would be practically Impossible to set ,

! B.B HARRIS In their delightful winter home ner. Fortunately her sight Is unim as to tho result of an encounter i them on fire by accidental dropping 6th, 1901)
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Mr. and \Mrs. Arthur It Appleby paired. with the British fleet. Nelson Scientific American. Pullman Cars on All Trains.

\ expect to leave next week, for :South Services were held In the \M. K. who sailed from Syrncnse on July 25: ,

Barber (Carolina: where hIlly go to IIInke I hull' church Sunday morning.; Kpworth wits confident but well knew the price Tom Dick and Harry. -------- 41,,.

! t RECENT CITY. repii'nco. They will be League meeting was led by Mrs. R. II bo might bo> called upon to pay. When "Sorno folks have a bard time to timid For detailed information rates schedules reservations I
! permanent I II. lilood-the IplprIrs.\' J. I). Captain Berry said "If we succeed, odd enough names for their children" ,

AclimnMop, end a clean satUfnc- greatly missed by their lends. here. Mitchell being III. The meeting was what will the world say?" Nelson replied said a man In an uptown club the see your nearest ticket ngent, call on. or write to

tory Sh.I\". and Hair Cut: guarantee The streuts of Crescent City never a very Interesting one relative to : "Tbero l Is no If In the case. Thatwo other evening. "They will search

!. Try in,,. tf.L presented a more untidy appenrance : 'Ninas.. t'. C. Sullivan related aVery shall lIu I'e dIH certain. Who may through all kinds of books on the subject A. W. Fritot Frank C. Boylston
Interesting'\inns story ,
; consult all their friends and relatives
than during I ito past several wei ks, live to tell tbo story Is a very different
and burden the DUIsiou I'aMHciitfer An nt. Trur. Passenger Agent
finally youngsterwith
himself he made
A. Ballard Estate and at least 20) complaints to this WELAKA NOTES. question. For ATLANTIC COAST
that famous anticipation, "A peerage something never beard of before."I LINE Jacksonville.) Flu.
with the News.
effect Westminster abbey." know one man, however-ho IH a .. .
The next regular meeting of the R.... Ed wilt Dull of Pomona wee banker and lives on West End avenue
Grove Lots For Sale. The battle began at 0:30: o'clock, '
LadUs' Aid Society of the Howe In town Monday. who, while ho did not spend ninuli .
an hour before nightfall. Nelson onboard
Orovi Memorial\ K. church will be held Sum Sanders killed two One deer the Vanguard flew his colors time In search of names, adopted a i\L\t. DV COMPANY; ATUANTA it.
Lots ,
GO and 72 with 5roomcottsuc.
In[ the river near town this morning. scheme which Is very novel. It took
I aI)) hearing I orange treed, at the homo of Mrs. W U. Saunders lu six places lest they should be shot COMPLETE '
yean carry
with ov.i (nix) boxes of fruit uow onlOncres Summit St., lit 8 p. m. Tuesday, Miss Letha Mack. Is visiting MUses away. In a few minutes after the
on Nettle .and, Viola McLeod. the now complete. The first boy bo nuimul err 'TlifDE%r'iT'witL SAVC'VOU. MosEy,
\> ill be sold at a bargain. attendance, Is ship had gone Into action crows
January Gth. A full Tom tho second Dick and tho third We HAVE -rutBEST TORT ABLE SAW MILU '
GJOV I,..1, ni I and 70, 10'\cl'e\ ., admit desired. Mr. and Mrs. F. C.: Cochrune: and of the first six guns were swept away Harry This particular trio Is about as OUTFITS ON THE MARKET AND VAUI- ,
of I'u- the terrible Ore of tho French fleet atNo. # l
al nbov rnnitly, and Miss Madgn Smith by I
ithout Ius nbotit
building, much talked about In tho 4 OtiS OTHER .
pelglbol'bood MACHINERY IN I .
500 bois ,.f fruit The cantata and Clirlntmiis tree of iitka spent Christmas here. and twice'again during the fight,: were STOCK ,
the noted Toni Dick WE ALSO CAKRY SAWS Of
ns and LIar ALL KINDS
lloth ,il>.>vo lOncre grove;* Are Lake the Presbyterian Sunday-school, "11'. and Mrs. North of Michigan fresh crews called for. The shot ry of. whom nearly every ono him BCI-TINC. AMP MIILI. SUPPLIES. I,, .
bead tore
Cr'"cOlli'Illllr fronts and about the Christmas night at the Auditorium 111''. Mere on ti visit to Mr. and Mrs. which struck Nelson on the heard."-New York Times. SEND foR CATALOGUE ANT t-i
only crowd. and nil enJoyed 1"". I'. Uoohrana from his forehead a piece> of skin TC3TI MOM I W
available water fronts to be had. brought; out a big ACS. HAve O ME ?lACfOF8USIHSS8

Ar'. hi inwii 11m Ita. Klther IOroveUtiliI' the entertainment. Every J. F. Brewer of Jacksonville Is expected rendered which, falling him over for tha lots oue time useful being eye totally -, Too !MUCH\ FAce 0 UY iap THAT ATABOVC ( I.

I".p"r cultivation will sounprodu child received a present from a renl tonight!! to take charge of the ADDRESS.

oeiold at a bargain. Santa Claus.Miss Brewer will bring an automobile insisted on taking his proper turn whoa you have Neuralgia' don't you? OUR ftuA*ANTES VULLPROTtCT 1911.

of Des IofneH, here the wounded for the surgeon's Have tho fao.. lI"Olllt but Rot
lJAllo grove Lots 80, 107. 108, 14;; and Mary O. \Miller which he will operate between among you may ; -
)H Jit 14.1 TliBiie are wood lots suit Iowa, who has been here for two and the railroad. at Satsuma carry attention. Soon after 0 o'clock at rid of tint Neuralgia applying( 'u1I1l"rd'lI 4'
win fur night while ho was Btlll below a cry Snow Liniment Finest thing In When "America" Was Sung for U "
niul 18. Mrs. passenger
punch or ] her aunt
orange grove months on a visit to the world for rheumatism. neuralgia I M n
1.1'0II\ icres at Pomona described Mary Scott Miller, and her cousins, \Mrs. E. Waldron. and Mrs. Km in aErwln arose that tho Orient' was on Bro. burns outs Boalds lame back and all the First TimeA
and unnoticed In the confusion Grove Hall
in Unaided
1,1,1)101",I, ) "IKe' -. '27.lot one, 8BO 81, towel- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Miller, 1 left for own.: of Pomona spent Monday Nelson mndo his way up and Co.pains. Sold! by Aokorman-Htewart Drug Reminiscence of. Boyhood Dr. Edward EverettHale' jj H

home last Monday,
her western from tho quarterdeck his
Thee ; Mrs. J. V. Ward has returned presently "(lit Fourth of In Boston n Crescent City's popular hotel, n
nr> bargnlns for quick biijr greatly to the regret of our young home after spending three very voice wifs beard shouting orders that one July I n renovated, clean, and aIry. Is ta
writes )Dootor Male In hU "HinilnUoeiic -
Apply toHatthevv people. pleasant weeks visiting Mrs. Krwluit the boats should bo lowered to go to s" \Votuan'lIlloll1e Uoinpun- 3 aiiolii; open for the season under R

residence on Pomona. I tbo assistance of the Orient's crew. Apt Pupil. ion "1 hnd' all :i the management ,of' \VM. The D. \V. Beiiham Friend-You took Into for.Jnminry, spout my
H. Read I Tho doomed French flagship bad but your son your : ;:i NORTON.
U rapidly n" rIng A. I.). Williams of Jacksonville nllowance for July nnd nil my 'lec : a
south Prospect street Dr. 'Just been painted nnd quantities of establishment some months ago to tion money' on the Common-poHnI- |;IJ: Jn the midst of the bent or. n
be of Is In town for n few days. teach him tho business I understand. I section of
Real Estate completion. It will one oil and Inflammable material littered bly fur it night In the camera obscure, I n AliKe growing 1.101'1n

the prettiest homes In the place and MUses Suite and Margie! Fink, Susie her, deck. Brueys the admiral was How did It turn out? though I doubt If I liar money ;"J: d... illle boating, llnhlnp! ; and Liq '

Crescent City, Florida.;. Its most attractive features lire the French and Mr. Herbert Flsk of dead but Louis Casablanca and his Business Man (wearily)-Great success enough nil, that-oHrtiilnly for rawoysters : of bird Crescent:ahootliifr.Lake Ueautiful from vlevmi hotel 1J .

verandahs which proj'clrrom Pomona spent Sunday here visiting little son were still on dock. At 10 He's teaching now. three for a cent if small, two Handy to Bteani5 IJ Lvt'fllItdILS. \
front JJ -
large MUses McLeod. for. cent If IIILI!
the n ; probably a
Order o'clock tho ship blew up. "There came iirir -5 host landintr. Board weekn
For Publication. first and second stories by tJ
the nnd
Mrs. Hiloue and Miss Marvin Dil.fJ a burst of thunder sound" and, although A cross man would be worth at least glass spruce[ beer one cent and month at reasonable rates L1 C

'mi'lA'S'? ; ."" "'" KlKhth' Judlclnl .ir-| The Musician club is preparing for lie 01 Nashua visited friends here the commodore was not at the! a dollar a dny moro If ho would become two or three checkerbnrry tuedlllsdlo -N Cnteri to :Northern Tourlrta, LI
""" Vlorliln-ln now lost-and inn ko what nllow-
Uounty, ulinnhHotoll0n.0omplttlnBBlt
wry a recital 1 and C"Utlltlon the evening ::I II IId"Y' Hmo lying "unconhclmis of his eon" good naturcd.-.Atchlson Globe lube. you plHime for rnnmrliulrt. ocoiinum 3 Write for terms. ;:j rr

Bill|, for of Thursday, Jan. 21st, In the Audi Miss Mary McLnnghllu. after a as the poetess has It, for both were ---- sugar oann and other for- j Wm. C NORTON R

J'n"llh, *""'" ;". Dnlo'"lllnt.1"Yorae.. torium. Several from out of town weeks' pleasant visit to her sister seen flinging/ to n Hunting mast after fin| dellouclen. I wits retunilnijpennlleoi [ ,

bill '\ ,'". I"il'.ILd. l I':v allliluvlt, nupuiiiliKl. to tlie, expected to bo present mill take Mrl. W. A. Brewster left Saturday the explosion, neither father nor son It Tastes Good and .* and had to fan PittStieet :h:; Crescent City Florltln.NOT1CI2 R
11,1 are
""' .. .. when
J.... uloye .tnto.1 .." I hutt1"1" Ida Lelb. for[ Palutka.Messrs. wits among the seventy members of Meeting House an ... "
n.",!.:l I. "'"".. Hie llofiiiulnnt, tlinrolnflora part among them :Miss and Edwin saved tho English event of IllHtorlcul linportiince took ct ccccc
McLeod who by
f. '" '"Weirt or the Unite ot Mrs. W. H. unit the crew were Creates
of Palatka" and Strengthymot place. Long columns of boys nnd
tile Unirerilty
ell, 1 tlot'\lltll"I:: \i wnlUoncB I. unknownii Ditllow are home from Stetson boats:
r.. fldl I ii I, .? "'.Chit ace "'. twenty-one. Sadler, a reader, of Lake City.: Heiir to spend the holidays. the maInmast and Ironwork girl were going Into meeting The
U" In From
: tilt
si ; P r oii "p ct..cle of a procession of children FOR PUBLICATION.lHpnrtin .
Hllb Sni"rl"', niwn whom' the wrvlce' ofIb. In mind the date. folks here enjoyed aVery nf the Orient Captain nallowell of the but
going to meeting on tiny .
? "''' "iw'suoh' Ior.idiitm l Itli.cliint The young any at of the Interior '
f nrir' ",,''''''" 11"1'nlilnon-r.ililenl l>.- At special meeting of the town pleasant dance In the Casino: Swlftaure bad n coffla made which !Sunday wan ns wonderful to me fis avul"n'lo

"P'tr, toii i"' '111,1:, '""I. ''l.'"il>y reciiilwl. to ap- Christmas day. the action !Monday nlglit. "memento morl" he presented to the eruption from the lllueUllln U. ... r.A"D O..rloll AT OAIWR5VII.T.il "LA. I
_. !! ; >%1'l""lt thud lu .""' council on
.'" Ofl nr lliforeCol III suspending the hunters are getting lots ofglinle admiral that ho mlxlit at the close of wirtlld have been. Of course I I'oov.mb'r I'. 1155.NotIce .
"ONIJ.\y. hit l.t of Mayor Iloison The neck of the his career of glory bo burled In ono of olned the thronif. Mi) In It that I nm 1 It Imri'by tflvun &hR.'t" Kudy nfKuiikit
DAY OV FtCBRITAHT: roundabout this ,.. .
and his temporary appointment little h..nrll KlfH'lilti. WI on OotolH m, IH( ,
marshal of who
bill ; :': OtIiorwl'" tile allegations, ."IJI.Rd. town till woods these days. his own trophies. Nelson received one tha company ntiiiK' I IfoimitUfiHl, Kntrv: No. "W7I 1 (Merle, I No.
will."..Ittilk; u" M on(..M..a by mild' !>.- of Mr. C. J. Hunter to arrived from this offering In the spirit of the giver the famous cod liver and the nntlonul hymn sung for the first (HilMi" ,, for'. K' of,Ni**:<. Nw'4 of W.;":4 :uml N4or
Morton t timer Nu' .Hi'taion H.TownMliln I II uttth.IliiiiKa
:lii. 1lrtIlr' at .30 per month, were up- Miss Evelyn roll kept It set np on end lu his .....t.'J.lllh.h'' .... ..
PIll' 11,1, !! oril''re l that this, Orilnr l the place Ky., and will spend, even medicine without oil. .' UN 24 Murlilliin 10110111,1 tuitof p
....k.K I' i ['I".o """ ,''" proved. The now marshal has made Mndlsonvllltf.: with her mother In her cabin till tho .remonxtrnnco of. his favorite iron Kwool My Innil country, of ; rrII.o.: >h'<* I liittMitum. to mnku llni.L Kl\n Year

\\' ,I h"I.\\: ; \ \ iiiSS'11': : :: ... several arrests of peace disturbers ha pretty winter cottaire on Third Ave. servant bron'ulit; about Its banishment Vinol is much better than "I hope I did not Join In the slntf- rll'>t to>.il.i HtuhllMll:Imforu tho eltOn('l.rk to ttiu of the liiutl. CMrunit"!KIVliTK I'.

ft'li": !lily. sSJ. olltulnl'I KoHl this, will -London niabe. do ('mirt, nt Fi.lntkiit, FlorMr.*. on the 5bst tiny. .
( i It) 0, i t:: ,Iitti and the fines already collected Edward Rogers of Port Orange Is cod liver oil and emulsions, Inn, for lit that tlma was to nuwvtn > Lk'm'io'r' has, I'
""" mouths AH re and ml, and I nm afraid I (Miiliiitint iiiiinoa. wltnoaHfutP.
JIMKPII firlt fin
PRIOB.! his Dallow.EVSBT. all
while it contains
olruult Oourt. more than pay visiting TUB 'JfHANEMT MilT IK ToWlti because should not have Improved on the A. Jnliii.nil. of JolitiHon, blnrldn.II. .

*, I. l"\K: Tr. Mouor'':::, Deputy Ol rk.u"UiM.lanaSolicitor salary. MOTUEB who Is the medicinal value they do, harmonies "f theooi-HHlnn." 11.: B.U.Mi.tcln'tt.of Wood, i .1 oC Intortiiuhnn.I Kuuka. rioruin.', ,, I"n.V. '
the one always wears a rroj s,
-- \ for Coni.lnlnont At the recent convention of the Is or should be worried when the little cross and disagreeable and >((4,, short it disagrees with no one. SCnItTU'tO Si'ANKINO M. Mnti'h.'U, Kook, ilorIcia.hticNRy 'H. OHTTHB. '4,

JOHN Church: of Jesus Christ of Latter ones have a cough or col
WHITE & CO. Saints (commonly known as ) iroup or pleurisy or pnemonla-thenloinetlilng out of ten Its not the poor fellow's taut, child la actually bad. Some mothers .

lOUItviu. KV; Day JltckRonvlllll, the tO more serious. Ballarn'sUorehound It'. his liver and digestion that make strength creator for old think that all crjlnn Is badness It's not ,

D "*...'.H.. ,- Mormon) held In 01 the Syrup will cure the trouble hun ftello miserable he can't help bang people, delicate children, When your baby cries look for pins or Notice.
"""" -kof,rke,aid subject of a reorganisation: at once and prevent any complication. disagreeable. Are you In danger of some external cause If you can't Hnd Notice IH hnroby given to all nnron hold-

,...FURS faithful In this place was brought 110101 l by ,Aiikernma-Stewart Co. retting Into that condition? Then atari after sickness, and for stub- them give the baby. Whit I's Cream: VeroilfuKO tnt. ; clulniM nunlnNtthneHtni; or J. M. HiuitU* ".
taken. Billiard' Herblne ... ..n".I. to i>ruM.nt tbi* Hntiio to mo. withinbwoi
II:! UIDU but no definite action was somewhat costive, at onua taking fpt born coughs and colds Vinol u the chances are It I Is siulTeringfr"urt >,'.!., for ndJiiKtntHnl.ur tlu ...10.) Kill
.4 tip be matter of deep "I have been the your liver-tb*. safe, aura coil rellab e worms, which .keep It hungry anti b. Imrrrrt : IIn.1 nil IMTMOHH Indebted to tutilvntiitu _
c."I.IV"'I.. ; It seemed to a but Doan's Kegulels gave just vegetable r""IIIILtor. Sold by Aakerman- is unequaled.VINOL orn.8 all tbe tlmo. Pleasant to Uke.- will ..be'u.t immo to flit IM AUmlaiat-
>Ion, : :. concern among the elect that former relultl desired. They ant mildly and" Stewart Drug Co. In Its action trator. Tills I c. IHtli, ltMi. _
are now the b owe I Is perfectly. I I sure J WMITH,
members of the church r"lrllhLte Is Sold\ in Palutka Price S3 cents. AdmlulHtratof ilataIeof11114w :
Ave. by
C or hope of O.rK" B. Krause, 806 Walnut I I j. M. ttmlth, I Me..I.jjflt .
of Sold Aokerman-Stewatt Drug Co. :
; grace by !
cuh; I
berlai Remedy I without "means Altoona. Pa. i ''The News ft tbe year. -62 times Ackermuu-Stovrart Drujf Co., .

..0...... eup.... Wb1foPIDlIouIbokv I glory."

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---- 1 mm:wrwimi,mniBiiiinim, E EMGIEfJIiI'tIIIIUGIWIM' i IIIIpIEIElmll ii !:illIDaJillIIIl.1I1II11JlJllIlIIIIr., .:'111'': ;
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The Palatka News "Order No 11," the graduating mneoni;imuiiiniiiriHJinjH! :, :
aloes of the high school, enjoyed 12 -
course dinner last night, a course be-
and Advertiser. InK served nt the home of each mein- Griffon Brand

H her of the class. This necessitated A <'" .'
3 Days DeIIOIItSnIo some exercise after snob course and
consequent shnrpnnlng of the. In-
tvldual( nppellte. = II
City Happenings and f1 -rU j
The board of county cOl11ml ..lonf'r. ;
: For the Personal Mention. mat I lu adjouined session for .a CI of h
< allort time yexterday' but wore un lUg
able to complete the business In !
hood. Tlie "lelhlng, members or the I {
Sisters of St. Joseph The Nows wishes Itll l'elldpl'li a b'd, l will meet with I the old hour I G Shoes.l a !
Happy New Year ""xt Wt dnendny. vi hen thin old lumid ,
wlillurl1 over H If a Irs to the bu.om- \
Chief of Pollen Hairan Is nursing n Ing board, = is Tailor Made ,[r= !o:

{: Jan. 4-5-6 1909. iiibunclo. nil his neck. / Unpt. W. M. Boyd] k< building a lit 113.12 >64,00 SS.QQ 'Ji
Joseph J. McOrndy of Denver was iiignlllcent 40-foot gasoline launch ;;
a vUltorin the city \V..dllea.y.111B" for U. H Preston of Crescent City. and of Stylishi :
'his haunch Is to have ample cabin ?{
n The Sisters have been under much expense Violet Merwln spent several ccominndatlona with every moderncoveulrnex rb. hti74 l t
dll In & :!; :
nl for the past 8 months and they need your assis ) s Jacksonville this week. and will be equipped i .Fsa- i,, a
l 11 >v. Father Hurry has been spend- with power uleiiglniB.Oeo Fabric and Cut. I > A""u.ace I".sho. 't
t. tance. St. Joseph's Convent is a worthy institu- lu\\\t\ a: 1)01'11011' of the wick In JncltsonMe. F. Enaey spent several. days gr t ( Inrurance.CrawfontShoesareae '1\\ :

tion and it gives us pleasure to assist with A LIB yu In the city this work Mr. Eimey Is ;R good Inside al out. It II my aim to give ..I f

ERAL PERCENTAGE on all "Cash Receipts" for ore, Ola A, ]Homes and Miss. How- "n employe of the Florida, Gust Coast The I Howard Hat Crawford wearers not only leather end Hi
man speut/.yesteidivy In kit Augim- Railway on the Key West extensionvoik I, + etylee such as are used 10 shoes costing ser "
these three days: floe and In stationed at Midway ;ii twice as much, but the benefit of every >r.3 ;'J
Jump. Ills many friends here were i is also a } r 1 desirable Improvement for the making j:r
A little daughter was born to Mr. leaned to sox him and to know that ) 'a more satisfactory\ Ibo"e. That why I lay Crawford C
E Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and Mrs. '1'. J>, Evans jr., ou HunUaylofnlnir. hI a la prospering. Mrs. Enst'v was "f' ''Assurance it Shoe Insurance. If you are ask !!
I also hire during the holidays visitinger of my n to tell you why patented; 5.t
recognizedleader. boxr never
mother !Mrs.' Block. 7 "stay-up" toes break, why Crawford JjC"Tredetrste" ;
It niond 11.Trucmxnof Jackson-
4th 5th; and tithe ii f
'. January lasts are best. Ask him about the Crawford '
vi Ille spent 'Xiniis In the city visiting Thn choir if Bt Minks Episcopal, 1 reinforced shanks, and our "bend" sole leather. Crawford ',

Let everybody who feels an interest in this hOllle 101 kx. church was delll4'hUull.vent..rr"ln..d & features are numerous. That is what makes Crawford Shoes f' il f
m n Monday evening at the home of
\ !Mr. nnd Mrs F. P. DuPont ...ndf"'lOily : popular and Crawford wearers i
cause talk it up among their friends and ask them spent Hunday visiting eels IIHS. Florence, LeBaion. Muslo and 11 .4] allegiant. Buy! Crawforda I / A'7J..tA ,' "
Elves at Federal >olllt.A. goatee were the order of entertainmeat You obtainthese (ji
to these
3 y.
come during days and supply their until a Into hour, when daintyHfreshments 4 can 'f'

wants. Every dollar you spend will help swell H Oiluiu. Esq spent his Christ, were served. The !It 'l Iff
ian holidays at nls old home In'uouibs choir wish to extend their thank
this fund. county, 0.... nod appreciation to Mlts LeBaron. PI i in Palatka I I ,t Charles A. Eaton Company, Ma\r, S8S

Gut Prices. Omnr L. liuydler came up from 1 for her cordial hospitality to them. \ Crawford S/i'tt, BrocklOl1,. Po.chu.ett. t t
Pllim811Ch last Thuisduy. and lunalned Regular Baptist'; sei'vices next Bun 11.1;:*". art Unitn Malt r ;hYo-.w,'1 k. .'
over Sunday with friends. day will beheld at the court lioiwes only of -';;:'A ..".t"' ( ,
We have cut the all Winter Goods. ;;:; ; :.... ...,. -
price on Misses (leol'glnllId Cora ()Aen are follows: Sunday school at 10 a. ".'..-.....-;;I.-.,.. ''..'''.''''.'.',''..'''-r.t. \
Many articles have been reduced one-third or .tlendinx the convention of scliooleuchers 1 m., H. O. teem supeilntundent.'reaching W

more, and by buying now not only help them In Ualnesvllle this week. ; at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. by
you the pastor. All the members ape re-
but save big money on your entire purchase. ration Anderson Chapter, U. D. U., [UeHted to be present both morning M S Brown Clothier andFurnisher
w ill meet with Mrs. Jilackwollliursilay xnd! night ns I ha pastor wishes this I
This is Just the beginning of thetcold weather ,
Jan. Till, at three o'clock to bn f a preparatory service on tmterng .

t and the winter goods is what you need, and it Mr. and Mrs H. J. Iturstnw enter the new house, of worship. ,

4 will pay you to buy now while you can save allied I the l'rl'ab.terlllll choir rat nix The Slnteis of St. Josephs Convent PALATKA, FLORIDA.
o'clock dinner last In this will, :
SaturdaynlRht. city be given( H three

money. Comeand, bring your.friends. days' benefit sale by the Tinniest: ...-n'.' !.!.-I1I'fl'III,1'.. .'.-,. .'/11..111.111"1111'.-.. /.-... ...." '-.,'....' '...'.11. .11'.'.. .1111"-,".....""I'nll''... .1111'...' .,.., -. ,.' ,,... "-,,, ... '" ,, .,- ,-.... .''.;..:1'"IIII"" '''-' .,,1I1I1'1i.111L.lllllllnll.IIIIII,-,'...-.........."..-,.,.".'-, "11I11.._" '.,..'"""""," .",..., ,"10 .'." ""

Thos Itiiifrham of Sanford spent; company next Monday, Tuesday ... .
"ndVedneodl -- --- -
suveialdiijs In the city last week Y. January 4th, fill
I Cut Out This Couponnd will his mother Mrs. N U. Robinson and 6th. In order to make I Ibis Tax Notice.I '
>enent snle'8peclnlly attractive, the UNNN.I\WlNNNNNN l 'W"-NNNi'NnWNiI.I.
J Earnest will alter will be lit ,plecinds with tux "rr'f
hriiifi; I It0 our stoic and! vie will gl\u you r The Home Mission society of the spnclal bargains company In winter goods some, notice nooks on the following' cbi\I, 's:

.. :tOOO1I.S::, for Dollar Methodist chinch will meet Monday of which Is gluon In the descent Cltv. Tiipfxlnv, iiftirnoon, ,
k\er> spent with us, of ai' company' Jan. 6, and ,. Jnn. flPxmma'I'hurelnymnrning I
.Isn,9th. Ht three o'clock with Mrs I. advertisement in this Wednesday in Paiatka.
., rI votes for e\ erj' cent. 'J I his offi'r IIIS'II.J.III Sale Blackwell. 1 Jim. 7 7 Bargains
J. H. Randolph of Baton Rouge, IVNIukn,9'hurxdxynfteruoouIon, 7nterluchen 7
On ChrlHtmas lily Mis A. II. JIolcciinb I- IM spent the Christina holidays [ Tunsdnv';,' nfter'n, Jan 12
I, made strawberry shortcake neie. the guest of Dr. and Mrs. E. 8 Johnson. Wpfltiesdnv, . .Jon I 1.1Holllster ::
from' bellies grown In liar garden on I'rlll, Mr. Randolph' was In charge IVeduesdny.Jon. 211
r Kirby stieet.Mis. of Palatka's sewer constiuollon for Florahome, Friday inoiiihiir, Jmi 22 Farm or Town Property,
the mild ]]raw. of Chattanooga and (Jrnndin' Friday afternoon Jnn., 2}
5Fte&tLaw14tr nnj 1II1'''. (iii,. Couver of PanlollkbH I his was his first visit to Palatka Baldwin School' !, SnturdHV ..Inn. !2Hostwlck :.1
:i .. au a fpi.ndln the holidayiHimon slues the completion of that work Tupsdav' iiiorninir,.Jnn. 211( :5 Timber Lands for Sale Lease.MmA.FORD
'r I: with their patents on J \, ,f nd street friends In Palatka derived much be cloned A. \VJM.AKI' ", I
W C. DoclH'tn of Atlanta head 01 pleasure from his visit. Tex Collector! II.

.I r. the JJodHon Pi'Inters. Supply Co. U !M IKS Ijlicllt Kennerly entertained
in the city the (meat. of Ml. U. P. Yel the graduating; cliss of the high' Sacks Wanted. i
verton on Third stient. school at n theater 1I
at Coburn'smtllstr..ls'l'u..sdllY
party We purvhimoooin, eat. fncd. cottonseed I
Julius Renault, son of Uuoign Renault night and in ad hull and potato stieks If In good[
u former Palatkan now living dltlon several other young people condition Palatka Ice Factory tf,
220-222-224; Lemon Street, i In Atlanta WitS u Christmas; vlslto not In the graduating class but winarn ------------- I

J. to relatives In the city.The 'There"good were fellows"21 young Just people the In same.the WANTED-An experienced book. I

H. Fin ley Tucker real estate party, not Including Miss Margaret keeper wants employment, r. Knh.ret :
New rterryday Block. olIlcB has sold the Henry (Jouvepltice r Wlllard the mascot, nor Mesdame or assistant with to her dull.'9. hit "'J Polk County, Waycross, Gainesville, :
corner of Klrkland and Km Kennei'ly, Rtisenbuig and Willard preferred. AnYlhlnK.d"p. o ,
matt streets, to Ira Ciutchfleld and Mr. 8, J. Kennerly. After the pav. Reference-\\'. A. JoNts" 007 Norwalk and
Oak street, Jacksonx., Flu, Jacksonville :
H. F. Locks and family\ spent their 1 performance the entire party went toes ..
Chilstmus at Otter Creek. 1111Irrue 1I the Kennerly' residence where elegant Dr. ,
I: refreshments were served Armstrong strnlghtena: CIOBK Property for Sale
I Leeks Is to remain then some without knife ,
ten days, the guest of Miss Dorothy Then there followed a pretty dancing eves forma of trouble and overcomes nil :
eye otliue U Laura
53,550.00 THE In 19 Prizes Unnn. party. street, Jackaonvlllp tf I "'iit or will trade :
AIr and Mrs Joel Jenkins of Jlontcl A !large delegation' of young people .
:tlr. N. J., who are spending the from West Palm Beach, inomlj NU'1'll'JJ.: L. Coil lu tin,ID has, I : For Palatka Property. :
winter at Luke Como, were guests at ttaehers, and headed by Ouy I. Mel opened up a new barber shop {In the -r
the calf, spent. several hours In the city Mnrryday bulldlnAll rti :
r BUSH & AFFORD I HanttoKU Hotel over Tuesday / white barbers
a Tuesday en route to the ,
and Wednesday.Rev state educational prompt, polite mitUfnctoi HI. r- t'YN "
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convention In Uainesvllle vice. 12 4-4t "nmm 'JI\II}}
D. Spencer, the well-known The party consisted of Messrs. Guy --- --- --
, Kiiptist preacher of the peninsula. I. !\Ialcnl!. W H. Shelby Cllchton Older -- -- -. -. --.- -,- ..
Piano was In the city Wednesday on hi. J. P. \funl..y., Mrs. O. U. June and your WagomCxrrlag.: F'ne -- -

} Contest way arty lutereats.to Hastings where lie has prop Misses, Imogen Evelyn Farnum Poitman, !Mabel E.Hazard R. Knglw 1111 Mnohinery g. Sewing A !Machine., of the, Ktingp Florid, Kami Purchasing ,....,.....X .....,.,.uJJ.,..,..,,.,"' ,JwuwW4l.w.. ..."' ...... uNUWJWiG.,n O., ,.,f!)G gSx x e.. .." XX .

uenoy( Pnlatka Hid J
Major J. L. Burton of Cussed Kathrvu. Brady Irma Wucy, and 10 toM%. Write nave
I In which residents of Putnam County will be awarded Cltv' was In the city Wednesday. Anna Han Is. It was the purpose. offhe Agents, Ciphers Incubatou Par particulars.and i Cypress

, ,: a beautiful Howard Piano, furnished by the Bush ty Mtijnr of justice Burton of will the assume peace for the dl..U'lctI dlgnl to secure delegation: the to next use elate every convecttonf endeavor supplies. tr ::11 j i Shingles.
& Safford Piano
Co. sole representatives of R. S. I next''urxdny.I the association for West Pain WANTEDLady or gentleman of''

't. Howard Co. The contest to be conducted by the Pal I Mrs. Louis Kalbdild wishes. 10 has Beach just, where been a completod-pl'oh"bly new -jO,000; school heir education to travel for a liar o r For Weather-boarding. :

. t atka News, in behalf of Bush & Safford Co. woos that /her mime was entered I In one of the finest equipped school Salary household flIiO; 1 (articles and specialties.. il
the piano conteat, without her know In per day above expenses.
; buildings the entire south. Dm- Some of the
and aha .. AddressTHH: AI.HXAMIKH: : Siii'i't.v' very best houses are weather '"
edge asks that no votes I boast big their stay In Palatka the
$3,550100 IN NJNTEErJ] PRIZES In' her name made party t'O11 t'ANY, 8DID( ..utboi I'n Mt. Chloaico, it boarded
: Hotel.headquarters at the Saratoga Illinois. 12.1ltCHAlnSltECANEDApply ; with Shingles. They always look well ,
-- J. C. Outsell one of the lending far
-- and
p' One errs of the HolliHter section \\' T. ft t' need no Painting, which Is a great saving. :
I $400 R. S. Howard Piano will be given the visitor in the city this week A tr A Pleasant. Party.A Ajcilirir' Hodge, corner Seventh and We make Shingles 20
person residing in Putnam county who receives the Osteen recently shot u bear welgli Laurel btreets. Ordure promptly inches long which are )
InK about HOD pounds.Mia New Year and leap year party executed the best for this '
highest number of votes, and six certificates, value given at the pleasant home of Miss 1 ;, purpose. Write for prices. J
$200 each to the next six : 1Il. t. Coxe has been spendinihe Mabel Holcomb on Thursday eight. You get the best gicicelies ut low
persons receiving the next: I week III Jacksonville In attenued dby the young ladles of the wear end est prices when you trade with A. ii: N. J.
M. highest number of votes. h upon her ulster, Mra. K. M. Al- In compliment to their young gentle Uialnger, at the new store. Tilghmaii & Sons 1
..,I bin, who has been quite 111 trout I an men friends, was an event to be long tt ,
Six certificates, value $175 each, to the six persons operation at lit Luke's Hospital. remembered by all those privilege Any skin Itching I Is a teutper-tester. )
i receiving the next highest number of votes. Judge K Noble Calhoun has asorthioatnnd to attend. The Itches.more DOIIII'I you scratch '16e wares I It Florida. i

I Six certificates, value $150 each, to the six persons the speaks sorriress III whlsp In a two rs.day'Hacqulied from f find A jollier anywhere first to party finish., and would there be was hard fun to drug ecz..mn-lluy stores skin Ointment itching.carpe At nilus' all. 7XXXY! "".C. -(.".."..'nnJ'''. ;;vFnr+''''+'f'!)''''.'.I'\O"''!''''.',')''.','QIoOQ A!! ,/'I''J'. QWIjOI+)'..'''''''W',", ;XJ', '

- receiving the next highest number of votes. effort. to convince a jury In the Unite 'lliu -
early part of the evening
Jt'ttescourt at Jacksonville 1 In via
Above certificates good for one toward the the week. early passed In playing the usuul games. Bee Onuniter for giouenes. Jimt In
year i In the p ,
which, of course, are ever a source city Prices always reasonable.il =
purchase of a new $400 Howard Piano and are County Superintendent: schools, of pleasure. -- -
transferable. L. K. 'i'nck..r. and Pilnclpal: .. I, ]1. These, followed by a visit to the .1' rnwlatuullorw;, I ,, ', III It{.., l Jill[ | "H| |III i III. .r"11SMIT Rough andDressed
Himea of the Putnam High echo moving plctnre show, In which the
Contest closes April 9th, 1909. are attending the convention of the young Indies did the honors, a Bum U'S : !t LUMBER
state Educational Society ac Oalnesvllle. ptuous supper and a midnight f
"watch" of the old out Home Made Candy
year and the lie
Rules and Regulations Miss Butler trimmer In 11188'Inells' I new year In, concluded an evening Ice L and all kinds 01I
of Cream
millinery store hAS Kone to'' much profit and pleasure. '!

1. Tho contest is open to anyone living in Putnam County ho is Chicago home. DIIaRfutlerexpectetorntu for a live weeks' visit to b ar party The were young voted: ladles Ideal who entertainer planned the = Hot and Cold Drinks. = I BUILDING MATERIAL

known to the conductors of the contest or vouched for by some M0 .and well did each and
by way of New York lu ample tim every one de
reputable porsou, to them well ] serve the praise. --- -- rorHuyler -
mown -- -- I
to for the
prepare spring opening. I Lowest
, The home Write the
2. No employe attache or relative of the was beautifully decorat = Candies. p
of the
proprietors above Mayor Boraen of Crescent City ed for the occasion with
named (firms are eligible to participate in this contest, and will participate brought a launch party of Kentleme and flowers evergreen t
ill no manner. from the orange town to Palatkyesterdny. -.- L. A. SMITH J Squier Lumber Company
In the party were Hmlt = = I ,
'J I 8. In the eventrof a misunderstanding between candidates or other lubbV.: H.; Yells Coe. D. Smith J. St. James' Methodist Church. PHlntka" Fta.lda I

interested in thin contest, such controversy be referred to the H. Pine K. it. Smith and K. M H. ..11I11 i II ,IIIJI 111I.' 'Phone
conductors of the, contest, who alone are the may White. DUTIM, PASl'OB. im in inn 'm<1 'm'' 'h'illI '''I|W n,';: 'II' JJ"Kent No. 111. Palatka, Florida.
persons qualified tu The first
services for 1900 will be ,
render decisions. The Sunday school of St. James held next Sunday as follows Jr.1Jr.lr 1rT ;r-'tU.L.u1J1. LIlLJ<
1. In the event Methodist church enjoyed a van[ly D:43; II.11.
nCallidl\tedeci.les Hiuiduy
to withdraw from the school. La. : M
candidate will not be allowed) to transfer votes to the credit race of, such pulling the Athletic Club room year the school gave $58.00 for mis Nothing like beginningto : Planing Mills River Front, foot of Third Street
another on nuaday evening. There was a give
candidate in the contest large I attendance of children and' least Silklprr,month to tbla sacred at : make your t:
parents and It Is needless to say al nuuse. And next Sunday' Is Mission HI

How and Where to Get VotesThe had a pleasant time. Sunday, -- -
At the next meeting of the Woman's Divine service at 11:1)0: ) a. m. and : ChristmasSelections. !1 ,I --. .- ... I
: : following merchants will give one vote for cent club, January 8th Rev. Wm 7:110: p. m. Junior League. at 8:00: |I', i -== .

., into their establishment for goods which they handle every: paid will Wyllle deliver, rector lecture of 1st. Marks on John church Milton mOn' Monday att..-noon the W. H t g 'I hLtitTla:: .ZZZ :Ib.aco.a.o'Y": : c'PALATKA.

renrnsliluClotliliifr t'o The I unwit Ury Goods. Co. the blind poet the Uoutli ant N.Vf. H Blackwell.meets at the homa of Mrs. J. I'I Drugs r .vjKlOJ*.

J. II. Y'ertulI.I'lIrnltllre, lleibcrt Crook, Shoes.l estuary of whoso birth was com Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and
momorated on Deo. Uth. Wednesday night's service during You
I l 'Jhu 1'al.itku" Ne".H, Printing, the coming' year will\ be of unusun: ,, thus avoid a rush'' !!I Patents.
Mr. and Mra. Pearce of Mlchlga: 'Interest to Sunday' school and can make PRESORIPTIONS
worknrs better OARSfULLY OOMPOUNO6O.
.. WIere Votes May Rp Cast: i A Inillot box will be placed the were here several days lost week on The study of the book of the Act I,I raESK G4RDliiN BEIiiD.
1 News Ollice\ where all votes a visit to Mr. and Ui.. U. F. Bea Is. will be the base from which ;;; ..- Agents HaliotT 11..JI1.2SF"
w a<;; ,, .
Mrs. Penrcea maiden 51'
must be cunt. name was Mia work. We have several .
Louis Renault and Is pleasantly remembered Everybody welcome tallies -- -=
to -
r Hews Job Departs i me For every cent spent with ns for Job by a large circle of Palai services. all. of thet filled Rith':
Work the purchaser will be given.vote ka friends. ""

Subscription Department Among the Christmas gifts reo Lama Shoulder Christmas Novelties. t Jr: ARs !1
: Or..DSUD8CKlIlron.: NFJ\V O D. Delved Rev. Win :
by :
Wylile This W
a common form of .
One Tenr'ssnliscriptlon) . . SIX f ) votes SIX)) vote, were more highly appreciated tha rheumatism. No Internal treatment musou'a I I. All New] ooda just re- Ax BOOK...Y... F w.... .1.... Wrla.... b. ....EDI T
f For club of Five Inb crlptloo... . . .. .22.vivotes 4,(MM) vote was the Aineiloan edition of t he needed. Apply Ch..mberala's; Liniment ceivedond now IF/ 'lIuli._ :/......M .... ............ .
r Fer club ot Tun oub.crivtlon. . . .''M UK) votes 10,Olio vote Prayer !Book of .. Edward the freely twine a day and a quick cure I 18 on dix| t: ,.ads.< Star la your bom.." ,
Tber..l. no limit to the number of clubs each contestant Seventh sent him with the best certain This liniment has Play. Come ad,, see t i : w..x". : ;;
mar seonre.JCJBT 1 wishes of his father-in-law, Mr. Job peolal.y valuable for musoular proven t them. t Op ....e.i. ..... .. .rh'wY.-1l Q.rw. .......
REMEMBER! All rotes mnnt be cant within SEVEN DAYS from Cook, president of the Dllllnghai rheumatism and la sure to achroolo p,N. 16 THE fftANKLlN.TURIIU co" U.rl Ivy Slot Allantao da
the lute of Imme Imllcated In margin. Be sure to write the name of your can Publishing Co. of New York. The quick relief. Chamberlain's J..Inhnent glv ." Miss r __
didat on every ballot. book was printed by special order of la also most excellent' for sprains/ and Kate L. Lucas'

+. Soliciting votes br camliilates or friends within the stores throne.the klnir It upon la size hla 15 accession 11 to the bruises. Price 28 cents j large size 60 THE NEWS
dintribntsng vote x Is Ilium l cent*. For sale by Aekerm.a-Btew. Millinery Store. $1.00 Yeas;
il andeflrsble the a
it by proprietor. noted and Iti value I. 30.tfv Drug Co rJMI""... .. ,

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